The Rugby H2H tournament represents an exciting opportunity for the entire Ivy Rugby Conference to shine. This competition brings Ivy the student community, rugby alumni, family, sponsors and fans from around the...
Looking for that special gift for the rugby fan in your life? NOW is the time to buy! Custom Columbia Rugby Gear is available for a limited time ONLY. The store will be open until April 22nd, so stop in now to shop!
CURFC is back from our successful spring tour to the Bahamas. After a hard week of practice and two successful games, we have returned bronzer, a little sore, better at rugby, and a lot closer as a team. Check our page for updates on our upcoming home games!
With both teams coming into the game undefeated in Ivy South play, the match between the University of Penn Quakers and the Columbia University Lions at Penn Park promised to be a great match, and neither team disappointed. In a scrappy contest, the home team held off a late Columbia rally for a 22-18 victory.
Columbia took a lead into halftime against Princeton lead by an Alex Plana and Petey Palello. In the second half, Plana, Pablo and a try by Michael Poage put it away for Columbia. Princeton tries by Nick Martin and Etienne Gallant kept the Tigers in the contest.
After trailing 17-7 at the half, Cornell came charging back to take 22-20 on a try by Cornell's Andrew Sapozink with less than 20 minutes left. Columbia scored two late trys though, when it counted and overtook Cornell at the final whistle 32-22.
Columbia falls to Penn at Randall's Island, NY with the final score 50-21. Coming off a close and hard fought match in Philadelphia, both the University of Pennsylvania Quakers and the Columbia University Lions looked for a decisive victory in their rematch at Randall’s Island.
Cornell Men hosted Columbia University in its Ivy League home opener last Saturday. After a morning of consistent rain two hours prior, the weather cleared up in time for the noon kick-off. The Columbia side captured the win with the help of their stout defense 20-12.
By the end of the fall season, the Columbia Rugby Football Club was in shambles. After a posting a 1-8 league season with just a lone win over Brown and developing a bad reputation due to poor sideline behavior, trash talking, and dangerous play, the club recognized that change was necessary. When Josh Tobin, CC’13, was elected president in late November, he sat the team down for a talk.
A sunny, yet cool day at the beautiful Brown University Rugby pitch saw a game of a Ivy Barbarians (Mixture of players from Brown & Harvard Universities) Vs the touring Frederickton Loyalists from New Brusnwick, Canada. Over 100 points would be scored today.
Ivy Rugby Conference 15s third-place and 7s runner-up Columbia defeated visiting NY State runner-up #19 Syracuse 53-33 at the Columbia University soccer stadium Saturday afternoon, with the Lions' best all-around performance of the season.
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY -- In a game that bore witness to both teams playing some ferocious defense and with plenty of attacking options on display up front and in the back divisions, the spectators enjoyed a thrilling contest. Columbia seemed to have the edge in terms of size and weight but one might have been forgiven for thinking that it was Vassar who led in that department judging by the excellent tackling.