Women's Rugby Heads To Cambridge, Mass. To Take On Harvard On Tuesday, Sept. 17

Game #4
Tuesday, September 17, 2013, 7:30 p.m.
Quinnipiac University vs. Harvard University
Harvard Stadium  - Cambridge, Mass.

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The Quinnipiac University women's rugby team will travel to Cambridge, Mass. to take on Harvard University on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m.

Last Time Out
The Quinnipiac University women's rugby team lost to Norwich, 41-5, in a Northeast Rugby Conference match-up at NU Dog River Rugby Pitch in Northfield, Vt. The loss is the Bobcats' first of the year as they drop to 2-1 overall and 0-1 in the Northeast Rugby Conference Norwich remains undefeated at 3-0 while opening NRC play at 1-0.

Scouting the Crimson
The 2013-2014 season will be a special season for Harvard. The Crimson are playing their inaugural season in the Ivy League. The matchup vs Quinnipiac marks their first match as a varsity sport. Women's Rugby is the 42nd varsity sport in Harvard's history and the 20th women's sport overall at Harvard.

All- Time against Harvard
This match will be the first time these two programs have met.
Soaring Above the RestQuinnipiac tallied their second win of the season over the Air Force Falcons, 35-14, on Saturday, Sept. 7. Sophomore Natalie Kosko led the effort with two tries. Freshman Maggie Myles picked up her first career try in the victory.

Racking up the Myles 
Newcomer Maggie Myles recorded her first try of her freshman campaign against Air Force (9/7).  The rookie has accounted for 18 points on the young season to lead her class in scoring.

Kosko Cracks a Career High
Sophomore Natalie Kosko marked a career high with five tries in one game against the Panthers of Eastern Illinois (8/31).  The wing has 35 points this season and totals 150 points for her career in just her second season with the Bobcats.

Out of the Gates
The Bobcats opened their 2013-14 season with a win, 65-7, on the road against EIU, Saturday, Aug. 31. This was the fourth meeting between these two NCAA Division I programs. Natalie Kosko recorded five tries in the meeting, while junior Elisa Cuellar had arguably the best outing of her career with a pair of tries, an assist and a steal from the Panthers.