CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The No. 7 Harvard women's rugby team dominated Friday night under the lights of Roberto A. Mignone Field and defeated Mt. St. Mary's 130-0 to move to 2-0-1 on the season. This was the second highest-scoring game in program history, just missing the previous record of 132 points against Penn on Oct. 24, 2015.
Six different players accounted for the nine tries in the first half for the Crimson, giving Harvard a 55-0 lead at the end of the first 40 minutes of play. Freshman Milan Roberts kicked off the action for the Crimson, securing the team's first try about four minutes into the first half. Freshman Sabrina Kim, sophomores Delia Hellander and Brooklyn Davis and juniors Jenny Kronish and Caitlin Weigel all touched down for the Crimson in the first half. Kronish completed five of the nine conversions in the first 40 minutes of play.
Sophomore Robyn Beese scored the first try of the second half for the Crimson, lifting the score to 60-0. Sophomore Dominique Cantave quickly followed with a try of her own and a conversion by Kronish gave the Crimson a 67-0 lead. Nine more tries for the Crimson secured the 130-0 victory.
- Ten different players scored the 20 tries for the Crimson, including three tries each from freshman Milan Roberts, sophomores Dominique Cantave and Delia Hellander and junior Caitlin Weigel.
- Junior Jenny Kronish completed 10 of 15 conversion kicks against the Mountaineers, while junior Caitlin Weigel completed two and sophomore Delia Hellander completed three.
- Harvard moves to 1-0 against Mt. St. Mary's in program history.
- Harvard's 130-0 victory is the largest margin in program history.
- This was the second-highest scoring game for the Crimson, only two points behind Harvard's 132 against Penn on Oct. 24, 2015.
Harvard travels to Brown on Sunday, Oct. 1 to take on the Bears at 2 p.m.