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Monthly Archive for November, 2009

In the Northeast final Middlebury lost to UVM by 4 points.  Middlebury comes back from 3 – 14 to lead by 1 point with 20 minutes left.  With 10 minutes left UVM scores a good try spreading the ball wide from a turnover midfield just inside the Middlebury half. Both teams had played tough games […]

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One of the two UMass-Amherst’s field is unplayable so kick-off is being delayed till 1:30 PM (after the DI women’s collegiate Northeast final). The 3rd installment in the Vermont teams’ rugby saga: once again Middlebury will play their northern neighbors UVM in this 2009 – 2010 DII men’s collegiate rugby calendar.  Middlebury has won both […]

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Middlebury beat Stony Brook in the NRU semifinal by 11 points at UMass-Amherst.  The muddy, uneven field was drenched with rain and there were literally puddles all over.  The rain only let up for the 30 mins after the other semi-final – as soon as our game kicked it began to drizzle and only got […]

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The #2 seed Middlebury will play #3 Stony Brook University in the NRU Semifinal, 2 PM kick-off at UMass-Amherst.  Stony Brook beat BU 31 – 29 to reach this stage.  In the other semifinal #4 UVM will play top seed UMass-Amherst.  Both winners of the semifinal games will automatically qualify for the national tournament in […]

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Middlebury books a place in the Northeast semi’s with a win over Hamilton 51 – 5.  The win is a great bounce-back for Middlebury after suffering their worst loss in recent history to UMass-Amherst the previous weekend.  This young team worked hard all week to correct their mistakes and bring new players up-to-speed.  With injuries […]

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This Saturday Middlebury, the New England #2 seed, takes on the New York #2 seed, Hamiltion, at the Tree Farm fields in Essex Junction (click here for directions).  Kick-off at 1 PM.  It will be the end of the season for one of the teams with the winner going on to the NRU Championship weekend […]

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In the New England Championship Final Middlebury lost to UMass by 34 points to 3. UMass scores early in the first half and shows absolute dominance in the scrum, which continued throughout the game – the Midd pack were only able to win 1 or 2 of their own scrums let alone compete on UMass’ […]

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