Dartmouth and Harvard both won big to set themselves up for a highly-anticipated clash in two weeks, a clash that could well be a NIRA DI final preview.
Harvard got four tries from freshman PK Vincze and two from Sabrina Kim, who continues a four-game scoring streak.
Two games headline the women's slate of college games this weekend.
Harvard gets a stern test and then a week off in the Women’s National Intercollegiate Rugby Association (NIRA) league, and that’s good timing as the Crimson prepares to face Dartmouth October 23.
For the defending NIRA champion Crimson (they won it all in 2019 and there was no NIRA season in 2020), this is exactly what they want as they think about another championship.
Dartmouth and Harvard remain undefeated in NIRA's DI and look to be on a collision course not only for October 23, but for the final on November 20.
Dartmouth kept rolling in the National Intercollegiate Rugby Association (NIRA) DI, exploding for several late tries to defeated Quinnipiac 50-10 in Week 2 of action.
For Dartmouth, center Lilly Durbin was once again an offensive force, as the 5th-year senior and former Fallbrook HS product ran in three tries.