CPD: Round 4 Results

College Premier Division Week 4 Stats and Scores


The fourth week of CPD play was yet another thrilling display of collegiate rugby competition.  There were a few dominant performances, a couple nail-biters, and a statement made in the "Barnburner".  


In the West, BYU completed their matches against Colorado schools with a dominant performance over CSU with hat tricks by Dylan Lubbe, Jared Whippy, and Ryan Roundy. 


The Rugby East Division saw Penn State come away with another close win over Dartmouth while Army fought off a determined Kutztown team with a 33-26 victory.


In the "Barnburner" Arizona State came away with a 38-15 victory over Arizona.  This intrastate match was controlled by ASU for the majority of play with the Sun Devils earning four tries and hitting three penalty kicks.  

CPD Statistical Leaders through Week 4:


Tries: Ryan Roundy, BYU; 12 tries

Conversions: Shaun Davies, BYU; 29 conversions

Penalty Kicks: Michael Mills, Texas A&M; William Holder, Army; Samuel Anderson, Tennessee; 4 Penalty Kicks each

Drop Goals: Four players tied with one each.





Arizona State 38Arizona 15
Tries: Zurek, Steinbeck, Utley, SleemLundahl, Getzler
Conversions: Sandstrom (3)Getzler
Penalty Kicks: Sandstrom (3), Johnston (Drop)Getzler
Bookings: noneGetzler (yellow)



BYU 99Colorado State 0
Tries: Roundy (4), Lubbe (3), Whippy (3), Bonham, Harrison, Davies (2), Nichollsnone
Conversions: Davies (12)none
Penalty Kicks: nonenone
Bookings: Vimahi (red)none



San Diego State 38Cal Poly-SLO 22
Tries: Broussard, Reed, Purcell, Shea (2)Sharpe, Mcneal, Malcolm, Hamilton
Conversions: Kelm (2)Spiers
Penalty Kicks: Kelm (3)none
Bookings: noneMcneal, Varea



Cal 44Central Washington 14
Tries: Anderson (2), Barrett, Braun (2), Tucker, Bosco Bates, Farrell
Conversions: Aronson (3)Hamilton (2)
Penalty Kicks: Aronsonnone
Bookings: noneHamilton

St. Mary's 49Claremont 0
Tries: McGowan, Heath, Napier, Brewer (2), Reavey, Holguin, Wallace (2)none
Conversions: Heath (2)none
Penalty Kicks: nonenone
Bookings: nonenone

UCLA 14UC Davis 5
Tries: Parr, BasaraChalian
Conversions: Pritchard (2)none
Penalty Kicks: nonenone
Bookings: nonenone



Arkansas State 41Oklahoma 3
Tries: Abe, Swanepoel, Gragg, Mizell, Sullivan (2), Batesnone
Conversions: Sullivan (3)none
Penalty Kicks: noneGivens
Bookings: J. Mizell, Bates (yellows)Wilkinson (yellow)

Tennessee 28Texas A&M 25
Tries: Evans, Anderson, GoffLeland, Telaneus, Bertrand, Mills
Conversions: Anderson (2)Mills
Penalty Kicks: Anderson (3)Mills
Bookings: nonenone

Life 71LSU 8
Tries: Dunn, Bester, Hollis (2), Cowley, Dolan (2), Grossheider, Lambert (3)Savage
Conversions: Cowley (8)none
Penalty Kicks: noneAlongi
Bookings: nonenone


Navy 46Rutgers 5
Tries: Ousley, Byrne (2), Scovill, Hancock, Feller, VarvoutisRubenstein
Conversions: Arnsberfer, Rohrs (3)none
Penalty Kicks: Rohrsnone
Bookings: nonenone
Penn State 22Dartmouth 19
Tries: DeFalco, Karas (2)Grant (2), Downer
Conversions: Baker (2)Fish (2)
Penalty Kicks: Baker none
Bookings: noneBrakeley
Army 33Kutztown 27
Tries: Holder, Palmer, Leatigaga, GeibAbt, Acker, Brooks
Conversions: Holder (2)Acker (3)
Penalty Kicks: Holder (3)Acker (2)
Bookings: Ryannone

CPD Schedule for April 2

Rugby East
Penn State at Navy Noon EDT
Dartmouth at Army 1 pm EDT
Ohio State at Kutztown 1:30 pm EDT
Texas A&M at Notre Dame Noon EDT
Life at Arkansas State 1 pm CDT
Tennessee at Oklahoma 1 pm EDT

**Wyoming at BYU 7 pm MDT
Arizona at Utah 1 pm MDT
Arizona State at Colorado State 1 pm MDT
Air Force at Colorado 2 pm MDT at Infinity Park, Glendale, Colorado
** Game played on April 1
Central Washington at UC Davis 1 pm PDT
St. Mary's at Cal Poly-SLO 1 pm PDT
Cal at UCLA 1:30 pm PDT
**Cal at Claremont 1 pm PDT
** Game played on April 3

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