Harvard opens their 2019 Fall Ivy Season with a 85-6 win against the Big Red. With championship aspirations, Harvard aimed to control the game and come out with a big statement win. Kick-off was at 3pm at Mignone Field. Admission was free.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.- The Crimson came out firing on all cylinders to beat Dartmouth 50-32 in its season opener. Harvard now moves to 2-1 on the season.Posted: 09/21/2019
Five matches are set to be played in the Ivies tommorrow, Saturday September 21st.Posted: 09/20/2019
For a third week in a row, Brown’s first XV came away victorious . This time, the victim was Ivy rival UPenn. Despite being the “City of Brotherly Love”, the Bears showed no love for the Quakers as they ran in 7 tries on the day conceding none. This was the last pre-conference outing before the league opener next week at home vs Columbia.Posted: 09/18/2019
The Brown second XV were limited to a 40-minute game because of field usage time. With a number of new faces, and a few injuries, 23 players saw action in a 19-0 win over a new Penn Second XV.Posted: 09/18/2019
David Hollenbach created the illustration above depicting a young John Heisman gathering what appears to be a rugby ball. Considering the history of rugby and American football in the 1870s, it's clear that Heisman grew up playing the game of rugby. Following right behind the innovations of Walter Camp at Yale, Heisman picked up the torch at Brown and then the University of Pennsylvania.Posted: 09/09/2019
John Heisman and the 1890 Penn Quakers pose for a classic photo. An eye injury before the season’s last game may have led him to coaching over a law career.Posted: 09/09/2019