CPD: Round 2 Results

CPD: Round 2 Results

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March 14, 2011

College Premier Division - Week 2 Scores and Stats

The second week of the CPD season has come and gone, but not without its fair share of excitement. There were high-scoring matches across the board, with the closest margin being a 29-20 victory for Utah over an Arizona State team looking to make a big impact this year.

 

This past week's CPD Barnburner between Colorado and Colorado State ended with a 29-3 victory for Colorado. The Buff's seemed determined to avenge their loss to Arizona State from the start, and made it so by virtually stopping the Ram offense in their tracks.  The Buffaloes move to (1-1) in league play, while the Rams drop to (0-1) after their first ever match in CPD play.  

 

This week's Barnburner is an intrastate match between Kutztown University and Penn State University at the Kutztown Rugby Pitch in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. This will be the first match in CPD play for both, so get ready for a pivotal battle in the Rugby East Division to decide who is the top men's team in Pennsylvania Rugby.


Top Stats for Week 2 of CPD play:

Tries: David Caswell, Central Washington University; Thomas Rooke, Cal; Blaine Scully, Cal; 3 tries each

Conversions: James Bailes, Cal; 8 conversions

Penalty Kicks: Matt Bulkley, Arizona State University; 2 penalty kicks

Drop Goals: Jack Arnold, University of Arizona; 1 drop goal

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


Boxscores:

Colorado 29

Colorado St. 3

Tries: Cox (2), Oesterle, Martin, Folks

none

Conversions: Milek (2)

none

Penalty Kicks: none

Henry

Bookings: Oesterle (yellow)

none

 

Arizona State 20

Utah 29

Tries: Hughes, Utley

Jardine, Ale, Trowbridge, Pati, Katoa

ConversionsBulkley (2)

Pati, Smit

Penalty Kicks: Bulkley (2)

none

Bookings: none

Lomu (yellow)

 

Arizona 56

Wyoming 15

Tries: Getzler, Fass, Mayer, Samons, Arnold, Naber, Thompson, Kunz, Samoy

Reckmeyer (2)

Conversions: Getzler (4)

Kendall

Penalty Kicks: Arnold (Drop)

Kendall

Bookings: none

none

California 106

UC Davis 0

Tries: Scully (3), Rooke (3), Anderson, Bailes, Bosco, Daly, Wrobel, Gallinger (2), Lombardo, Hodson, Braun

none

Conversions: Bailes (8), Aronson (5)

none

Penalty Kicks: none

none

Bookings: none

none

 

San Diego St. 43

UCLA 22

Tries: Kelm (2), Broussard, Bergquist-Turori, Mironov, Shea, Gagel

Sirell, Paxton, Bashara, Mckillen

Conversions: Kelm, Konrad (3)

Penney

Penalty Kicks: none

none

Bookings: Konrad

Yoshida

 

Central Washington 43

Cal Poly-SLO 17

Tries: Stanfill, Wanigasekara, Blair, Farrell, Gordon (2), Nichols

Parsons, Malcolm, Cremen

Conversions: Lee (4) 

Malcolm

Penalty Kicks: none

none

Bookings: none

none

Delaware 41

Ohio St. 17

Tries: Kowalski (2), Sanchez, Ramirez, Gearity, Tomai, Brotz

Walsh

Conversions: Kowalski (2), Matthews

Willatt (2)

Penalty Kicks: none

Willatt

Bookings: Brotz (yellow)

Heard (yellow)

Life 43

Texas A&M 22

Tries: Lambert (2), Penca, Anderson, Maricelli (2), Walker

Leland, Gessner, Bertrand, Parker

Conversions: Blanchet (4)

Mills

Penalty Kicks: none

none

Bookings: Penca (yellow)

De La Garza (yellow)

 

Arkansas St. 58

LSU 0

Tries: Caswell (3), Sullivan, Raath, Gericke, Oliver, Bates, Paterson

none

Conversions: Caswell (5)

none

Penalty Kicks: Caswell

none

Bookings: none

none

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


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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, Uta

 


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