Harvard will face Army in the National Collegiate Women’s Varsity Rugby Association (NCWVRA) quarterfinals. As the higher-seed, Army is the host team in Providence, RI.
Eight members of the National Collegiate Women’s Varsity Rugby Association (NCWVRA) competing in the first-ever championship quarterfinals, hosted by Brown University.
The four victors will advance to the semifinals on Friday, Nov. 20 at Brown University. The championship and 3rd place matches will occur on Sunday, Nov. 22 in Providence, R.I.
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.
Audrey Perez ’17 broke free for the Ivy League Championship-winning try. Dartmouth converted its extra point and held on to the lead to secure the 19-12 victory and its first Ivy League title in its debut season as a varsity program.
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.
A B-Side game was scheduled for 2:30 p.m. There was a parent's BBQ along with the games.
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.
Yale 20 Cornell 10 (Plate final)
Try's: Alina Yaman, Becky Connelly, Angela Henderson and Eshe Sherley