Harvard University 32 - Cornell University 7

Cornell played one of their best games of the season leading and holding Harvard close throughout the entire match. Cornell came out fired and determined to prove to themselves and others that they were not a team to be taken lightly.

Dartmouth 55, Penn 3

On a cold, blustery New Hampshire day, undefeated Dartmouth went out to a 19-3 halftime lead over the University of Pennsylvania and then scored 36 unanswered second half points to cruise home with a 55-3 win. Dartmouth’s Brothers led all scorers with 18 points (2 tries and 4 conversions).

Rugby 7s Becomes Olympic Sport

Rugby 7s received an overwhelming yes vote to be added to the Olympic Games for 2016 and 2020 at the International Olympic Committee meeting in Copenhagen Friday.

Brown Second XV 15 vs. Yale Second XV 5

Brown scored one unconverted try in the first half and two in the second half to Yale's one unconverted second half try.

With the field conditions as they were, any scoring would be a surprise from the Second XV. However, the home team showed a lot of promise from a young Brown squad, outplaying the Yale team and putting number 8 Gabe Heidrich’10 over for a try in the first half for a 5-0 lead.

Harvard University 0 @ Dartmouth College 31

Dartmouth sloshed its way to a tough win in the rain, downing a perennial rival and previously unbeaten Harvard side 31‐0. Rain had already soaked Brophy for a week as drizzle hung in the air throughout the match, the skies occasionally opening up to pour on the players.

Dartmouth College 31 (1st XV ) v. Harvard University 0 (1st XV )
Referee: Boulet Kick-off Time: 12:00 PM

Yale University 11 @ Brown University 27

Brown completely dominated Yale in the second half scoring the last 21 points of the match in Week 3, Round 4 of the Ivy League Rugby Championship Series 2009.

Brown University (1st XV) v. Yale University (1st XV)
Referee: Antoine Galou
Kick-off: 10:00 am

Cornell University 0 @ University of Pennsylvania 41

The battle of the 0-3 of the Ivy League Rugby Championship Series 2009 was a little more one-sided this past Saturday in Philadelphia, as Penn scored all the points winning 41-0.

Columbia University 5 @ Princeton University 11

Week 3, Match 4 of the Ivy League Rugby Championship Series 2009.

Columbia travels down I95 to meet the Princeton Tigers. Both Columbia and Princeton are coming off their first wins of the season last week each winning at home. Columbia defeated the University of Pennsylvania 30-18 while Princeton came from behind to beat Cornell 33-22. BROWN • COLUMBIA • CORNELL • DARTMOUTH • HARVARD • PENN • PRINCETON • YALE

University of Pennsylvania 18 @ Columbia University 30

Week 2 of the Ivy League Rugby Championship Series 2009.

Photo and Write-up by Ed Hagerty Rugby Magazine New York, NY - Led by two tries apiece from wing Zach Bull and flanker Derrick Lipscomb, Columbia defeated the University of Pennsylvania 30-18 under the lights at Baker Field in New York City. Columbia’s record is now 1-2, while Penn falls to 0-3.

Brown University 11 @ Harvard University 69

Cambridge, Mass. - Harvard won its third straight match of the new Ivy League Series with an eleven try, 69-10 dismantling of Brown.

Dan Deighton led Harvard with five tries while Jonny Miller contributed 19 points from a try and seven conversions. Harvard started Round Three with high spirits after a solid week of training. They went out to a 31-6 halftime lead on tries by Deighton (2), Xander Groeneveld (2) and Jonny Miller; with Miller adding three conversions. Sam Rabb’s two penalty kicks accounted for Brown’s first-half scoring.