After the match the Brown team let out a weak cheer compared with Penn's boisterous celebration. The Ivy Rugby Conference 2nd place Brown Men's side had fully expected to add to its win column on its long ride from Rhode Island, but the team went back disgruntled just as 1st place Dartmouth did after playing Penn to a 5-5 second half tie in its 31- 5 win two weeks earlier.Posted: 10/23/2017
Brown Men worked its way back to second in the Ivies with a convincing win over over Yale 22-0. Penn traveled to Columbia and pulled away with a 36-7 victory under the lights.Posted: 10/18/2017
Elmgrove Avenue Providence, Rhode Island 1:00 P.M. - Family weekend at Brown brought out a good crowd to see the Bears whitewash Yale in an Ivy Conference Match on Saturday. Although Brown continues to have a case of the hiccups which at times seems to stall its potential, this match was never in doubt. Yale tackled bravely and played hard, but when Brown needed a stop on defense, the team did not disappoint.
Dartmouth senior Frankie Sands scored twice to lead the Big Green over rival Harvard and take sole possession of first place. Brown and Harvard Men won easily. With their wins and a Yale loss to Dartmouth, the race for second heats up with all three at 3-1 in the conference.Posted: 10/07/2017
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The top-ranked Dartmouth women’s rugby team continued on its undefeated season with a 39-10 victory over No. 4 Harvard at Mignone Field on Saturday afternoon.Posted: 10/07/2017
The Yale and Dartmouth Men stayed undefeated and Brown showed promise with a convincing win over Princeton. Dartmouth Women defeated Princeton.Posted: 10/01/2017
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The No. 7 Harvard women's rugby team opened Ivy play with a 84-8 victory over No. 10 Brown on Sunday afternoon at Marvel Field. The Crimson moves to 3-0-1 this season.Posted: 10/01/2017
Irish Cultural Center Canton, MA 12:00 P.M. - In wet windy conditions for most of this match, Brown dominated the Princeton forwards for a solid victory on Saturday. Due to the unavailability of the Brown Rugby Field on the day, Brown hosted Princeton at the Irish Cultural Center in Canton, Massachusetts. This facility with changing rooms and several fields, all meticulously maintained, was a terrific venue for the match. As Brown departed Providence for Canton in bright sunshine, the sky to the northeast was ominous and we were not disappointed as a deluge of rain for the next two hours resulted in very wet and slippery footing for the match. Although this weekend ended the 80 degree summer conditions we have been experiencing, the mid-50’s temperatures were ideal for the players.