WASHINGTON — Aaron Shampklin carried the ball 14 times for 183 yards and two touchdowns, Charlie Dean passed for two scores, and Harvard beat Georgetown, 44-9, on Saturday.
Harvard scored a touchdown on its opening three drives and cruised. Aidan Borguet rushed for a 56-yard touchdown, Dean connected with Kaedyn Odermann for a 31-yard score, and Shampklin added a 36-yard scoring run for his first TD since Nov. 3, 2018.
Borguet finished with 80 yards rushing for Harvard (1-0), which played for the first time since Nov. 23, 2019. The Crimson is 5-0 against the Hoyas since 2014, outscoring them, 195-31.
Harvard coach Tim Murphy tied Yale’s Carm Cozza for the most wins at an Ivy League school with 179.
Joseph Brunell was 20-of-37 passing for 249 yards for Georgetown (1-1), which faces another Ivy League school next week at Columbia. Cameron Crayton caught seven passes for 114 yards and Joshua Tomas added 56 yards with a touchdown.