American International College won over Dartmotuh in convincing fashion Saturday, beating the top Ivy League team 79-14 in a non-conference clash between the two.
AIC ’center Adrian Ray was a central part of his team’s victory over NEC this past weekend.
Ray, a power-running midfielder out of the Perry Street Prep program in Washington, DC, provided one of the great highlights of the day, thundering over a defender to score one of AIC’s four tries on the night.
American International College (0-2) gave Norwich (1-0) a run, coming out hard in the DI varsity match Sunday. But the Cadets exerted themselves in the second half and pulled away for the 48-32 win.
After winning the National Small College Rugby Organization championship, New England College is now in DI, and will open the fall 2015 ECRC conference schedule with a clash against defending conference champion AIC.
The second DI game of the varsity season occurred between Army and American International College yesterday, and the Cadets put themselves on the winning end of a thrilling 29-26 contest. The Yellow Jackets did well to overcome a two-try deficit in the first half and even briefly took the lead, but a 75th minute try gave the West Pointers the cushion they needed for the win.
Labor Day Weekend starts with some exciting women’s college games, which involve five DI and DII varsity programs going head-to-head.
American International College got a late try from flyhalf Jihad Khabir to defeat Penn State 34-27 in an early-season clash between the two top college programs.
AIC took an early lead with a penalty kick from fullback Michele Magistrali, but Penn State scrumhalf Jimmy Ronan tied it up two minutes later.
American International College and Penn State kick off their seasons this weekend as they face off in a non-conference game.
The teams have decided to treat it like a regular game - no expanded sub rules or scrimmage rules - and just see who’s got what.
If you are looking for perfect combination of accomplished college rugby team that has been playing a lot of 7s at a high level, well then, have a look at AIC.
American International College is redefining itself. The Yellow Jackets entered the fall 2014 season searching for a new head coach and bidding farewell to teammates who relocated to other DI scholarship programs around the country.
AIC has qualified for USA Rugby’s College 7s Championships as the Yellow Jackets won the Armory 7s Sunday in Springfield, Mass.
AIC blew through the competition, giving up only 26 points in six games, and beating Boston College 41-7 in the final.
It’s all about how you finish, and for American International College, it’s been like that all weekend.
The Yellowjackets won three tense games in the CRC Qualifier at the LVI, putting them in what promises to be a tense final against Arkansas State.