Can't Touch This: First Annual Touch Rugby Tournament Promises Burgers, Beers, and Bruised Egos

Nobody died of salmonella. Player injuries were isolated to a couple scraped knees and a few bruised egos. Clear skies. 85 degrees. Burgers, beers, and blues on the gerry-rigged I-POD system. The first annual HBS Touch Rugby Tournament was a resounding success for all who attended. Of the estimated 150 participants, over half laced up… Continue reading Can't Touch This: First Annual Touch Rugby Tournament Promises Burgers, Beers, and Bruised Egos

Defeating NH, NE Continues On Track To The Playoffs

Another disputed match, yet quite a different one, compared to the usual. The star of the game was Katie Sumpton (NE), who scored two goals, decisively unbalancing the score to NE. The game started with a ball hitting the post after Cameron Ogden’s (NE) shot. Almost no one believed, except for Sumpton who stroked it… Continue reading Defeating NH, NE Continues On Track To The Playoffs

Harvard Dominates Wharton Rugby Tournament

Dominate seems like a strong word, doesn’t it? After a demoralizing last minute loss in the 2003 Wharton rugby tournament, Harvard was victorious last weekend in this year’s tournament. However, there is a reason why the headline does not read ‘Harvard Wins Wharton Rugby Tournament’. And that reason is that what occurred was closer to… Continue reading Harvard Dominates Wharton Rugby Tournament

HBS Loses Tough Battle

Long weekends typically mean one of two things for the HBS rugby team: a full strength squad out to wreak havoc on opposing teams and foreign cities OR a depleted squad playing in the local league, while much of the club takes a deserved vacation from Boston and the RFC. Last weekend was the later,… Continue reading HBS Loses Tough Battle