Senior running back Jonathan Rigaud tied a school record with four rushing touchdowns as the Johns Hopkins football team picked up its 20th consecutive regular-season win with a 49-0 victory at Dickinson on Saturday afternoon.
Rigaud totalled 130 yards on the ground and scored twice in the game's first four minutes as the 11th-ranked Blue Jays (6-0) took command early. It marked the sixth time in school history that a player has rushed for four scores in a game.
JHU also got a 5-yard scoring run from JD Abbott, a 10-yard touchdown pass from Robbie Matey to A.J. Safi, and a 65-yard scoring pass from Jared Beekman to Braden Anderson.
Defensively, the Blue Jays forced four turnovers and recorded eight tackles for loss while holding Dickinson (2-4) to 272 total yards.
Johns Hopkins returns to action Friday for a key Centennial Conference matchup against Gettysburg College. The game begins at 7 p.m. at Homewood Field.Read more from hopkinssports.com