2015 Men's Fall Standings

1st XV

GP
W
L
T
Pts
Dartmouth 7 7 0 0 35
Harvard 7 6 1 0 30
Cornell 7 4 3 0 21
Brown 7 3 3 1 16
Columbia 7 2 4 1 13
Yale 7 2 5 0 12
Penn 7 1 5 1 9
Princeton 7 1 5 1 8

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2015 Women's Fall Stnd.

1st XV

GP
W
L
T
Pts
Dartmouth 5 5 0 0 24
Brown 5 4 1 0 21
Harvard 5 3 2 0 15
Cornell 5 3 2 0 14
Princeton 5 2 3 0 11
Yale 5 2 3 0 11
Penn 5 1 4 0 5
Columbia 5 0 5 0 1

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

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

2013 Men's Fall Standings

1st XV North Division

 
W
L
T
Pts
Dartmouth
6
0
0

30

Harvard
4
2
0
19
Brown
2
4
0
11
Yale
0
6
0
0

1st XV South Division

 
W
L
T
Pts
Cornell
6
0
0
29
Penn
3
3
0
17
Princeton
2
4
0
11
Columbia 1 5
0
7

2013 Women's Fall Stnd.

1st XV Green Division

 
W
L
T
Points
* Harvard 2 1 0 11
Dartmouth 3 0 0 13
Brown 1 2 0 7
Princeton 0 3 0 2
 

1st XV White Division

 
W
L
T
Points
Cornell 3 0 0 16
Penn 2 1 0 10
Columbia 1 2 0 5
Yale 0 3 0 0

* 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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January 30, 2016

The Ivy Rugby Annual General Meeting took place Saturday, Jan. 30 at Yale. On the agenda were competition rules, match scheduling, spring tournaments, league marketing, digital strategy and much more.

Spring 2016 schedules are taking shape across the Ivies as teams hit the gym and get ready for competition. Here are a few highlights.

Much is written about the birth of American Football in the Ivy League in the 1870s, but it was not until 1880 that Walter Camp lobbied the Ivies and succeeded to change the game from 15-a-side to 11-a-side. If we read between the lines of this American Football article, it's rugby that was predominantly played in the second half of the 1870s and it was played at Yale, Harvard, Princeton and Columbia.

Thirteen Ivy women were part of the Women’s National All-Star Competition Dec. 28-Jan. 3 at Tigertown in Lakeland, Fla.

November 22, 2015

Princeton Women's Rugby showed grit and talent in almost reaching the finals of the Fall D1 Championships, defeating the University of Notre Dame 49-18 in quarterfinal action in Pittsburgh but losing the next day (Nov. 22) on a last-play-of-the-game penalty to University of Connecticut 22-19.

November 21, 2015

In a nail-biter at Baker Field, Columbia scored with a minute left in the game to pull out a dramatic, one-point victory over Princeton. After trailing 25-12 at the half, Princeton roared back with three unanswered tries to take a 29-25 lead before the Lions dotted down in the corner to seal the win. 

November 20, 2015

After a slightly delayed KO due to some heavy Northeast traffic, the final match of the fall for either team saw Harvard face Yale in New Haven. A tightly-contested first half left the score 7-5 in the Crimson's favor at the break. Harvard pulled away in the second half with three tries. A final Yale try from Evan Brown near the end was not enough as the visitors walked off with a 24-12 victory.

November 14, 2015

This past weekend, the Dartmouth Rugby Club hosted Harvard in the Ivy Championship game. Both teams had been unbeaten in their Ivy rugby match ups, thus setting the stage for a big showdown between the two teams. Both teams fought bravely with Dartmouth ending up the victors, winning by a score of 51-19.

November 08, 2015

It was a tale of two halves as Brown took a 12-0 lead into the half in what was described as a fierce wind. The match changed as Dartmouth took the wind into the second half and after tying the match 12-12 near the 60 minute mark of the match, scored with two minutes left to go to win 19-12.

November 07, 2015

Cornell visited Yale for a 1 p.m. match. Tries by Charlie Hill '18, Jacob Woocher '16 and Luke Thomas '16 with three conversions by Evan Brown '16 helped Yale to a 21-13 win. There has been some positive play for the Bulldogs this Fall, with Yale scoring 18 tries in their 5 league games.

November 07, 2015

The 2015 Ivy women's fifteens championship was played the weekend of Nov. 7-8 at Corey Ford Rugby Field on the campus of Dartmouth College.

Yale topped Cornell 20-10 in the Plate Final of the 2015 Ivy 15s Tournament in Hanover, NH on Sunday. The Bulldogs shut out Penn 72-0 the day before. The following write-ups are by Yale coach Craig Wilson.

November 07, 2015

Dartmouth defeated Columbia in a one-sided affair. The Big Green dominated the contest. The full match report can be found on the Dartmouth website.

November 07, 2015

Cornell scored all 28 points in the first half then held on to defeat Columbia 28-12 and move on to the Plate Championship.

Princeton has had an up-and-down fall that includes some convincing wins and hard-fought losses. With last weekend's 62-0 blanking of Columbia, the Tigers show that they are a team worthy of respect coming into the Women's 15s Tournament. Dartmouth took care of Yale, while Cornell shut out Penn.   

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