Kyle Van Wynsberghe scored the first touchdown for the reborn Ravens on Saturday, but it wasn't nearly enough as Carleton lost its first Canadian university football home game in 15 years, 47-8 to the Waterloo Warriors.
Carleton has resurrected its football program this season after pulling the plug on the team after the 1998 season.
Trailing 24-0 in the third quarter, Van Wynsberghe caught a 22-yard pass from Jesse Mills to cut the Waterloo lead.
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Carleton had to settle for a field goal and a rouge in last weekend's season-opening 71-4 road loss to the Western Mustangs.
Jamie Cook was 19-of-28 passing for 242 yards and touchdown for Waterloo (1-2). He also rushed nine times for 70 yards and TD
Nick Anapolsky was Cook's top target, hauling in 12 catches for 110 yards and touchdown, Danny Silvestri rushed 13 times for 120 yards and two scores.
Mills finished 11-of-15 passing for 134 yards and the TD to Van Wynsberghe, who finished with six catches for 87 yards.
After Carleton (0-2) finally got on the board, Waterloo exploded with 23 unanswered points in the fourth to put the game well out of reach.
Elsewhere on Saturday, the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees beat the University of Toronto Varsity Blues 34-10 with Prime Minister Stephen Harper in attendance.