Tiger Sprint Football Drops Season Finale 38-6 Against Penn
Despite 93 yards rushing from Kevin Infante and three sacks by Zack Sobel, the Princeton sprint football team was unable to win its season finale on Powers Field at Princeton Stadium. Penn improved to 5-2 with a 38-6 victory over the winless Tigers.
Despite the tough season, Princeton held tough throughout the first quarter against the Quakers. Penn grabbed the early lead when Todd Busler found Whit Shaw for a 14-yard touchdown, but Princeton settled and the kept the score 7-0 for the rest of the quarter.
Busler found Kamil Okroj for a pair of second-quarter touchdowns (34, 5 yards) to open the lead to 21-0, and then Busler added a 21-yard touchdown run. Ultimately the lead got to 38-0 before Princeton's Jaison Zachariah hit John Wolfe for a 16-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Zachariah completed 15 of 34 passes for 134 yards and the touchdown to Wolfe, who led the receivers with seven catches for 67 yards.
Atraya Dixit led Princeton with eight tackles, while John Moffatt added seven.