2014 Men's Fall Standings

1st XV

W
L
T
Pts
Dartmouth 7 0 0 35
Cornell 5 2 0 25
Brown 4 3 0 22
Princeton 4 3 0 21
Columbia 4
3
0
20
Yale
2
5
0
12
Harvard
1
5
1
4
Penn
0
6
1
0

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2014 Women's Fall Stnd.

1st XV

W
L
T
Points
Brown 5 0 0 25
Dartmouth 3 2 0 16
Princeton 3 2 0 15
Harvard 3 2 0 14
Penn 3 2 0 14
Cornell 2 3 0 10
Columbia 1 4
0
5
Yale
0
5
0
2

* Harvard, '13 Champion

Ivy Conference Scoring System

W (win): 4 pts for a win
L (loss): 0 pts for a loss
T (tie): 2 pts for a tie
Try bonus: 1 pt for 4 or > tries
Loss bonus: 1 pt for loss by 7 pts or <

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By Jim Sturdivant

During a recent rugby tournament at Dartmouth between the schools of the Ivy League, a successful goal kick by Penn Women’s Rugby Football Club fly-half Sophia Hu was met with an unusual reaction from the rest of the team. Rather than applauding and shouting encouragement, Hu’s teammates could be seen waving and twisting their arms in the air.  

Colin Walmsley '15, a center on the Dartmouth men’s rugby team, will study anthropology at Oxford University as Dartmouth’s 78th Rhodes Scholar, the university announced this week. 

November 17, 2014

Longtime Brown rugby coach Linton A. “Jay” Fluck was elected to the Brown University Athletic Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Nov. 8, 2014. 

November 08, 2014

The eight men's rugby squads of the Ivy League descended on Princeton University's Rickerson Field last weekend for the fall 7s championships. When the dust settled over the long shadows of a November afternoon in Central Jersey, Dartmouth held the cup, flanked in the winner's circle by runners-up Yale and Penn.       

November 08, 2014

Dartmouth capped off its fall season with a successful weekend at the Ivy Rugby 7s Championships at Princeton. Displaying the depth of its program, the Big Green sent three sides to compete in the two tournament divisions. After a full day of rugby, all three teams emerged on top, as the 1st team was crowned champions of the A division, and the 2nd and 3rd teams were declared co-champions of the B division. 

November 02, 2014

An exciting weekend of play in Hanover saw hard-fought contests—and at least one upset—on the way to the crowning of a victor in the women's Ivy 15s. When the dust settled Brown would hoist the Cup as 2014 Ivy Rugby Champion.   

October 25, 2014

Cornell traveled across New England to Cambridge, Massachusetts to take on Harvard this past Saturday. The Big Red got rolling early and kept scoring often on the way to a 51-12 victory. 

October 25, 2014

Brown wins a close match against Princeton 24-20, scoring 4 tries to lock up second place in the Ivy standings. Princeton also scored 4 tries in a losing effort and racked up 2 bonus points in the standings, earning them sole possession of third in the league.

October 18, 2014

The weather made things difficult for both teams, but Penn pulled out a hard-fought win over Cornell on Saturday.

October 18, 2014

Big Green crowned champs with 90-7 Homecoming victory over Brown

October 18, 2014

Yale prevails over Columbia 48-12 in a hard-fought physical match in New Haven.

October 18, 2014

It was a beautiful day to play rugby and Brown was ready for the Princeton Tigers when they came to town.

October 18, 2014

Cornell took on the University of Pennsylvania this Saturday at home for Cornell Homecoming. In front of larger than usual crowd of fans, friends, and alumni, the Big Red put on a strong showing, beating the Fighting Quakers 41-22. 

October 11, 2014

Princeton defeats Yale in New Haven 27-0. It was the last home game of the season for the Bulldogs.  

October 11, 2014

Big Green Tops the Bulldogs to Reach 5-0

New Haven, CT – The DRFC travelled to New Haven last Saturday to take on Yale. The first XV would win 42-7 in a fiercely contested match, while the second XV completed a 57-0 shutout. Even a few development squad players got in on the action, capping off the day with a friendly game of sevens. 

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