And you think you have problems with your equipment. Harvard flanker Patrick Holkins took a direct hit to his right ear against Dartmouth in 2006 that demolished his hearing aid. “I accepted that, for safety reasons, I would have to play ‘unaided,’” he says. Meaning, he would play without any ability to hear what was going on at all.
With the tournament dates set and the final arrangements being made including a full final round at the Columbia University’s Baker Field Athletic Complex in Manhattan, New York City, New York, the Ivy Championship looks to be as good as it gets for 2009.
Besides Bill Clinton (second row, Oxford, sustained a concussion) and George W. Bush (fullback, Yale, delivered a famous sucker punch), we can add Woodrow 'Tommy' Wilson to the plaque of U.S. presidents who have dallied with rugby.
Brown Women executed a patient, controlled game plan to perfection and beat the women of Army 24-15 to earn the number 1 seed from the Northeast and a third trip to the national championships.