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 <

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

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Madison Hughes

Madison Hughes
Madison Hughes
Madison Hughes
Dartmouth '15
undecided
Active Player
Height: 
5'8"
Weight: 
170
Rugby Stuff
Rugby Start Year: 
2001
Favorite Rugby Player: 
Jason Robinson
Favorite Teammate: 
Matt Long
Position: 
Fullback, Wing
Hometown: 
London, United Kingdom

Describe you rugby experience at Dartmouth: Rugby has been an incredible part of my Dartmouth experience so far. The camaraderie among the team is incredible and makes it a real pleasure to come to practice everyday.

How did you find rugby? I first played when I was 7 when I started at Shrewsbury House school. I enjoyed the game from the start (when it wasn't raining), and continued to play throughout the rest of my school career.

Define what Rugby Culture means to you: Rugby has long been defined by its inclusivity, and equality. It is perhaps a cliche, but the idea that there is a position for someone of any shape, or size means that everyone can learn to love and excel at the game. A team cannot be successful unless everyone buys in and is featured. Rugby is not a sport where one star is enough for success.

Favorite rugby moment to date: Winning the CRC my freshman year was an incredible experience. It is the nature of college sport that there is always an element of uncertainty about how a successful team can maintain success from year to year. I was overwhelmed by the support given to me from my more senior teammates from day 1. Winning the CRC was an unbelievable way to cap off that first year.

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