Penn defeated Yale by the score of 21-14 at a well fought match at Dunning-Cohen Champions Field in Penn Park Saturday. Penn scored two first half trys to make the score 14 - nil at the break. After taking a seemingly commanding lead 21-0 early in the 2nd frame, Yale came roaring back to score twice with a chance to tie it up at the final whistle.
Halftime Penn 14 - Yale 0
Final Penn 21 - Yale 14
Harvard defeated Cornell 31-12 at Roberto A. Mignone Field. The halftime score at Mignone was Harvard 17 - Cornell 12. #ThanksRobertoMignone
Cornell try by #3 Zach Tretler. Conversion made by Ryo Inkyo 7-7
Sam Martinez bursts through for a try. Conversion is no good. Score 12-12
Ethan Venosa try. 31-17
NEW YORK CITY, NY -- Brown University Rugby team traveled to the Big Apple to play the Lions of Columbia. The match within two points at the halfway mark went to the favor of Brown in the end by a score of 50 to 29.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard Women cruised to a 91-nil victory over visiting Cornell as Roberto A. Mignone Field was offically opened for business.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard women's rugby team (4-1, 2-1 Ivy) finishes up regular season play as it hosts Cornell (3-0, 3-0 Ivy) at 1 p.m. on Saturday. At the conclusion of the game, there will be a dedication ceremony for the newly-renovated Roberto A. Mignone Field.
Columbia scored seven total trys controlling the entire contest against a traveling University of Pennsylvania. The halftime score was 15- nil Columbia.
Penn travels to NYC to take on Columbia in this Tier 2 Ivy matchup. Penn are looking for win #1 in the Ivies. The match will take place Saturday evening starting at 7:30 on Randall's Island Field 75.
PRINCETON, N.J. – The Dartmouth women’s rugby team capped its 2016 regular season with an 84-15 win at Princeton Saturday afternoon. The Big Green improved to 5-1 overall this fall with a 4-0 mark against Ivy opponents with the win.
A game that was never in doubt, Dartmouth carried a 55-0 lead into halftime and built the lead to 74 before the Tigers finally managed to notch their first points of the day in the 53rd minute.
PRINCETON, N.J. – The Harvard women's rugby team took down Princeton, 58-5, on the road Saturday. The Crimson moved to 4-1 overall, including 2-1 in Ivy League action. Jess Lu scored the only try for Princeton.
The Crimson was rolling in every aspect of the game, dominating offensively while containing the Princeton attack throughout the day. Harvard held its opponents to single digits for the third time this season, and is allowing an average of just under 10 points per contest.
Princeton defeats Columbia by a score of 40-21.Pregame
Columbia travels down Route 1 to Princeton University to take on the Tigers. Princeton (1-0) won big last week on the road at Yale, while Columbia (0-1) lost a 3 try to 3 match when Cornell's Seth Feder became an unexpected star by converting 2 of 3 trys to Columbia's none.
Brown finished a brutal bout with a much deserved win over Harvard on a cloudy Providence fall day, ending with a strong 28-8 score. Both teams were 1-1 before the match, each with a win over UPenn and a loss to Dartmouth. The matched lived up to its expectation as a highly contested and potentially crucial game for Brown.