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.Posted: 11/20/2008
Jonesin' for a Monday off from work? Here's what you need - three pals, a round of golf, a couple of pops and a few laughs. Also, a rare chance to play the private Spring Ford Country Club golf course, home to the Philadelphia PGA Championship. All that and support of a great cause. It's a WIN-WIN.
October 13th Set for Inaugural Fight MS Outing Monday, October 13th has been chosen for the inaugural Fight MS golf outing. The outing will be a scramble format with a 12 noon shotgun start at the Spring Ford Country Club in Royersford, PA.Posted: 10/13/2008
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Dear Friend of Brown Men’s Rugby,
The Princeton Rugby site, sponsored by The Friends of Princeton Rugby, features news and information as it relates to both the men's and the women's teams.Posted: 05/28/2008
All eight ivy coaches weighed in to select the 2008 all-ivy squad. A total of 59 players were singled out for their excellence at the 2008 Ivy tournament. Congratulations to all!Posted: 05/19/2008
The Brown University Women’s Rugby team didn’t always enjoy the view from above. It took them 30 years to win the DI Northeast Championship, achieved in 2007 after an undefeated fall regular season.
A total of eleven Ivy League players were selected to the ARN Down Under Rugby All-American Squad. The 11 Ivy players represent three of the eight Ivy League institutions, Dartmouth (7), Harvard (3) and Yale (1). Congratulations to our Ivy All-Americans.Posted: 05/07/2008
If you are anywhere near Stanford University today, stop by and cheer on the Women's National Final Four contender Brown University lead by head coach Kerri Heffernan as they look to take down last year's national champion Penn State University. Brown looked strong as they shut out all takers at the Ivies scoring 143 unanswered points.
Brown won two of three, beating Yale in round one, losing to Harvard in round two and coming back on Sunday to beat Penn ( who had beaten Princeton) for third place. What was characteristic for Brown was its commitment to the team pattern, solid defense and the inability of any of Brown’s opponents to outplay our forwards.
Dartmouth won the 2008 Ivy League Championship in what can only be described as extremely convincing fashion. Led by two tries from wing Dave Chattman, the Big Green destroyed Harvard 41-0 in the final.Posted: 04/26/2008