2016 Men's Fall Standings

1st XV

GP
W
L
T
Pts
Dartmouth 7 7 0 0 34
Brown 7 5 2 0 25
Harvard 7 5 2 0 24
Princeton 7 4 3 0 20
Penn 7 4 3 0 17
Yale 7 2 5 0 11
Cornell 7 1 6 0 7
Columbia 7 0 7 0 4

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2016 Women's Fall Stnd.

Tier 1

GP
W
L
T
Pts
Dartmouth 4 4 0 0 20
Harvard 4 3 1 0 16
Princeton 4 2 2 0 9
Brown 4 1 3 0 4

Tier 2

GP
W
L
T
Pts
Cornell 4 3 1 0 15
Yale 4 2 2 0 11
Columbia 4 1 3 0 6
Penn 4 0 4 0 0

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

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

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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October 22, 2010

Changes are-a-brewing in USA collegieate rugby lately which positively affects the newly-formed Ivy League Rugby Conference. First, Dartmouth College Rugby Club has opted in to their invitation to participate in the inaugural season of USA Rugby’s Division I Premier Championship which kicks off this Spring (see College D1 Schedule set for Dartmouth).

October 22, 2010

We announce with regret that Head Coach Tonee Labar must step down from his coaching responsibilities for the remainder of the season for undisclosed personal reasons.  We wish Tonee all the best and hope that the issues are resolved quickly.  In the meantime, local alumni Steve Sable, Morgan McGowan, Eamon Molloy, and Chris Morris and Faculty Advisor Dexter Kozen will assume coaching duties temporarily for the remainder of the fall season.

October 17, 2010

Hanover, NH – This weekend was another successful one for the Big Green.  Dartmouth rugby faced two more Ivy League opponents at home, adding two more wins to their strong season.

October 09, 2010

October 9, Hanover, NH – Dartmouth was able to test the limits of the new 1959 Touring Squad Scoreboard this weekend in their first Ivy home match of the year against Brown. Meanwhile, on the sidelines 60th anniversary celebration was in full swing.  More than 150 former players, their family members, and guests attended the event to celebrate multiple generations of Dartmouth rugby excellence on and off the field.

October 11, 2010

New to our rankings this week are New Mexico and Columbia, both of which have been quietly beavering away in their respective regions to compile winning records. They enter the rankings at the expense of North Carolina and Georgia.

October 09, 2010

It was the the Big Green of Dartmouth who made a big splash in round four of the Ivy League Rugby Conference competition as they moved to 4-0 with a huge victory over Brown. The Big Red of Cornell moved from last to fifth with a win over Penn and Columbia took over sole possession of 2nd place with a win over Princeton 22-12.

October 02, 2010

The second weekend of Ivy League competition saw the Big Green win to make it 3-0, while the Big Red moved to 0-3. Ironically, Dartmouth won it's third straight on the road and Cornell lost it's third in a row at home.

September 26, 2010

The Ivy League opened up action this weekend with two games in two days. Sunday all eight teams played their second round of matches. After just the second day of competition only Dartmouth and Yale remain undefeated.

September 25, 2010

Dartmouth, Yale, Columbia and Brown were all Day 1 winners in the first weekend of Ivy League Rugby competition. It was Yale with the most stunning victory, though, as the Bulldogs rebounded from a 17-nil halftime deficit versus the Big Red of Cornell.

October 03, 2010

Penn started strong, despite an early sin bin, scoring a short-handed try by Nabil Darwich. Penn lost the lead then quickly got it back on a Darwich interception taking a 10-7 lead. The rest of the scoring belonged to Columbia who took a 15-10 lead into halftime before winning going away 41-10. 2009 All-Ivy Conor Russomano scored the last 2 trys of the match for the Lions.

October 02, 2010

It was a beautiful day for rugby as the Ivy League’s only undefeated (2-0) teams faced off in New Haven Connecticut. Led by the three first half tries of Paul Jarvis, defending Ivy League Champion Dartmouth improved its record to 3-0 with its 36-15 win over Yale this past Saturday.

October 02, 2010

Both Harvard and Brown were looking to put a win on the board and turn a 1-1 first weekend into a positive result. Each team scored twice during the contest. In the end it was Harvard's de la Cal kicking that provided the margin.  de la Cal booted 3 penalties and a conversion. Hanrahan and Cummins scored for Harvard, while Karwaski and McGinn dotted down for Brown. Jethani chipped in one penalty.

September 11, 2010

After spending a little too much time at the Palms on Friday night, the alumni Z-side came out flat against a young, but game, Cornell A-side. The result was a fast and devastating attack by the A-side backs and a 20-0 lead for the youngsters after only 20 minutes.

October 09, 2010

Cornell scored seven tries to Penn's four to pick up it's first win of the Ivy League season. The win and bonus point put Cornell into fifth place and in position to make the playoffs.

October 02, 2010

Ithaca, NY - Princeton traveled to Ithaca this past Saturday for a match against the Big Red of Cornell. Following an 0-2 start, Princeton recorded its first victory of the season with a 20-7 win over Cornell. With the loss, the Big Red fell to a disappointing 0-3 after three home matches.

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