Alex Van Pelt completed a 25-yard touchdown pass to Olanda Truitt on fourth down with 1:30 left, then connected with Ronald Redmon for the two-point conversion as No. 25 Pittsburgh rallied to tie Syracuse, 20-20, yesterday in Syracuse, N.Y.

The Orangemen (1-1-2) led, 20-12, with 3:41 left when David Walker fumbled the ball away at his 36 and Prentiss Wright recovered for the Panthers (2-1-1).

Marvin Graves, a redshirt freshman quarterback who finished the game 12 for 15 and 150 yards, scored on a runs of four and three yards and threw to Shelby Hill for a four-yard touchdown pass that put Syracuse ahead, 20-10, with 13:13 left.

Pitt's Mark Gunn blocked John Biskup's point-after kick and Doug Hetzler returned it 90 yards to give the Panthers two points.

Dartmouth 33, Lehigh 14: Kicker Dennis Durkin hit four field goals and tailback Shon Page rushed for 148 yards as Dartmouth (1-1) scored on its first three possessions of the game to beat Lehigh (2-1), ranked 20th in Division I-AA, in Hanover, N.H.

Dartmouth led by 7-0 in the first quarter when quarterback Matt Brzica hit Jerry Gilbert for a five-yard touchdown pass to cap a 13-play, 54-yard drive that included a botched punt attempt at midfield. Brzica fumbled the snap and ran eight yards to keep the drive moving.

Army 41, VMI 17: Mike Mayweather rushed for a career-high 227 yards and three touchdowns and led the Cadets in a mistake-filled game in West Point, N.Y.

The Keydets (2-2) have lost 32 straight games on artificial turf. They took their lone lead when Army quarterback Bryan McWilliams fumbled and Todd Washington recovered at the Army 39. Quarterback Tony Scales scored on a 13-yard run with 4:10 left in the first quarter and Wade Hawkins, who earlier kicked a 22-yard field goal, made it 10-7.

Louisville 9, West Virginia 7: Klaus Wilmsmeyer hit three field goals to lead visiting Louisville.

Wilmsmeyer's last field goal was a 42-yarder with 3:47 left that gave the Cardinals a 3-0-1 record. The Mountaineers (1-2) had taken a 7-6 lead following a 12-play, 48-yard drive.

Holy Cross 15, Penn 3: Tom Ciaccio threw for two touchdowns and the Holy Cross defense had nine sacks as the Crusaders (1-1-1) defeated Pennsylvania (1-1) in Philadelphia in the first meeting between the teams.

Yale 18, Lafayette 17: Jim Hodson's 38-yard field goal attempt with seven seconds remaining just barely missed to the right as Yale (2-0) hung on to beat Lafayette (1-2) in New Haven, Conn.

Princeton 23, Fordham 14: Chris Lutz kicked a game-winning 20-yard field with 4:02 to play as the host Tigers (1-1) blew a 10-point lead and then rallied with two scores in the final minutes.

Bucknell 41, Columbia 16: Quarterback Todd Hatajik completed 18 of 21 attempts for 224 yards and four touchdowns to lead Bucknell (2-1) in Lewisburg, Pa.

Harvard 26, Northeastern 0: Senior Adam Lazarre-White, a converted halfback, passed for two touchdowns in his varsity debut at quarterback in Cambridge, Mass.