CPD : Round 1 Results

CPD : Round 1 Results

College Premier Division: Round 1 Results

 


 
 

March 7, 2011

College Premier Division - Week 1 Scores and Stats

The inaugural weekend of College Premier Division play has come to an end and what a weekend it was! We saw numerous exciting matches accompanied by some outstanding individual performances; notably a four try match by Cal's Derek Asbun.

 

This past week's CPD Barnburner, the Wasatch Cup between BYU and Utah, was played in front of 6,000 fans and ended in favor of BYU 40-22, bringing their Wasatch Cup record to 7-1.  This week's Barnburner of the week is between bitter rivals Colorado and Colorado State at Infinity Park in Glendale, Colorado.  Last October CSU edged out Colorado 32-29 in a match that went down to the wire, thus setting the stage for this week's highly anticipated rematch.

 


Top Stats:

Tries: Derek Asbun, Cal, 4 tries

Conversions: James Bailes, Cal, 7 conversions

Penalty Kicks: Ryan Hamilton, Central Washington University, 3 penalty kicks

Drop Goals: Dylan Lubbe, Brigham Young University, 1 drop goal

For player and team stats, conference standings, and fixtures, visit the CPD Stats Portal.


Boxscores:

 

BYU 40 Utah 22
Tries: Lubbe, Roundy, Leaatoa, Whippy (2) Houma, Metcalf, Burd
Conversions: Davies (3) Lauti (2)
Penalty Kicks: Davies (2), Lubbe (Drop Goal) Lauti
Bookings: Malani (yellow) Jardine, Houma (yellows)

 

 

Arizona State 48 Colorado 19
Tries: Sandstrom, Hughes, Johnston, Kohl, Coyle (2), Utley, Rygiel Cox, Lahman, Shafer
Conversions: Bulkley (4) Milek, Kilfoyle
Penalty Kicks: none none
Bookings: none none

 

 

Air Force 52 Wyoming 0
Tries: Russomanno, Cleveland (2), Griffin II (2), Ruize, Ollis, Roberts none
Conversions: Cleveland (6) none
Penalty Kicks: none none
Bookings: none Loftness (yellow)

 

 

California 95 San Diego State 0
Tries: Asbun (4), Bailes, Barrett, Kelly (2), McTurk, Ring, Gallinger (2), Muhn, Hodson, Bosco none
Conversions: Bailes (7), Aronson (3) none
Penalty Kicks: none none
Bookings: none none

 

St. Mary's 52 UC Davis 10
Tries: Haley, Crawford (2), Wallace, Jones, Hensley, Carlson, Brewer Maldonado
Conversions: Brewer (5), Reavey Harrison
Penalty Kicks: none Harrison
Bookings: none none

 

 

Cal Poly-SLO 27 UCLA 14
Tries: Parsons, Varea, Saldana, Hamilton, Malcolm Martini, Paxton
Conversions: Ferri Pritchard (2)
Penalty Kicks: none none
Bookings: none Sirell (yellow)

 

 

Central Washington 44 Claremont 27
Tries: Reher, Stanfill (2), Bates, Blair Astor, Bellinger (3), Meng
Conversions: Hamilton (4), Lee Astor
Penalty Kicks: Hamilton (3) none
Bookings: Reher, Robinson, Bates, Richardson none

 

NAVY 44 Ohio St. 26
Tries: Rohrs (2), Siefring (2), Feller, Bova Cochran (2), Hickey, Rhodes Jr.
Conversions: Arnsberger (4) Willatt (3)
Penalty Kicks: Arnsberger (2) none
Bookings: Riddick (yellow) none

 

 

Army 58 Rutgers 15
Tries: Belden (2), Johnson, Laetsch, Palmer, Beck (2), Holder, Vessell Wilczek, Rubenstein, Malanka
Conversions: Holder (5) none
Penalty Kicks: Holder none
Bookings: none none

 

Dartmouth 15 Delaware 5
Tries: C. Downer (2), N. Downer Combs
Conversions: none none
Penalty Kicks: none none
Bookings: none Tapp, Batten (yellows)

Life 54 Tennessee 3
Tries: Marshall (2), Lambert, Cariaga, Grossheider, Dolan (3), Dunn none
Conversions: Blanchet (3) none
Penalty Kicks: Blanchet Anderson
Bookings: none none

 

 

 

 

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About College Premier Division

The College Premier Division is an elite collegiate rugby competition sanctioned and administered by USA Rugby.  The CPD is modeled after NCAA competitions and features 31 elite men’s college rugby programs competing in four conferences, Rugby East, Mid-South, Western, and Pacific. The regular season sees all teams in the conference play one another, with the two top seeds qualifying for the playoffs.  Playoffs are single elimination and the two unbeaten teams advance to the CPD final.  The winner of the CPD will be declared the National Champion. 

CPD Quarterfinals | May 7, 2011 |Various Locations

CPD Semifinals | May 14, 2011 | Infinity Park | Glendale, Colorado 

CPD Championship | May 21, 2011 | Rio Tinto Stadium | Sandy, Utah

 

 

 

 

 

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