Princeton-Cornell Postgame Notes

  • Senior linebacker Jackson Weber had nine tackles, giving him 199 for his career. He is just one shy of becoming the 23rd Cornellian to reach 200 tackles.
  • Junior James Eaton had his first two career sacks for the Big Red.
  • With his 214 passing yards, sophomore Dalton Banks moved into 15th place on the school’s single-season list (1,709 yards), while his 13th touchdown placed him seventh.
  • Senior Ben Rogers caught his 10th career touchdown pass, becoming the 12th player in school history to reach that milestone.
  • Junior Ryan Weigel, who also competes for the Big Red track team as a sprinter, earned his first varsity action and returned three kickoffs for 49 yards, including a 32-yard return that ranks as the longest of the season by a Cornell player.
  • Senior Chris Fraser continued to separate himself from other Cornell and Ivy League punters by ending the day with 66 career punts inside the 20, 45 punts of 50 or more yards and a school-record 47 punts fair caught.
  • Fraser has punted footballs 8,722 yards in his career, just 52 yards short of Mike Baumgartel’s record (8.774).
  • Dartmouth comes into this Saturday’s game with Cornell after giving Harvard a close game, 23-21. The Crimson and Penn are currently tied for the Ivy League lead with a 4-0 record, followed by Princeton at 3-1.