POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Caylin Parker ran for two touchdowns and Connor Rempel caught a pair of scoring passes as undefeated Dartmouth rolled past Marist in the Big Green's final nonconference game Saturday, 49-7.
The game was the first meeting between the schools. Dartmouth (5-0) now has won 16 straight games against teams from outside the Ivy League and 10 straight games against first-time opponents.
Dartmouth's quarterback triumvirate of Jared Gerbino, Derek Kyler and Jake Pallotta combined to complete 18 of 27 passes for 208 yards and each threw for a touchdown. Eight runners combined for 43 carries for 224 yards. Parker scored from a yard out and added a 43-yard run for a touchdown late in the first half. Rempel caught a 4-yard pass from Gerbino to get the Big Green on the board and added a 1-yard toss from Pallotta early in the third quarter.
The Dartmouth defense did not allow Marist a third-down conversion on 11 tries and stopped them on fourth down in the Red Foxes only attempt. Marist was limited to just 21 net yards on the ground.
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