(WIN) Regis University @ University of Northern Colorado

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Details

Date Time Competition Season
October 2, 2016 1:00 pm Primary League 2016-2017

Venue

Regis Rugby Field
3333 Regis Blvd, Denver, CO 80221, USA

Results

TeamTriesConversionsBPPoints
REGIS126172
UNC117

REGIS

# Player Position T C P DG
1Cameron AmadorProp0000
2Raemon GillFly-half0000
2Richard TorresHooker0000
2Patrick HewittFlanker0000
3Jon St. LouisProp0000
3Cameron TrostNumber Eight0000
3Brendan NilandLock2000
4Tom WalrodLock0000
5Timmy LynchLock0000
6Kevin KohmannFlanker0000
6Alex YniguezFlanker1000
7Jared ClementsFlanker0000
9Vic GausepohlScrum-half0000
9Kevin BurnhamFly-half0000
10Tommy Mac CárthaighFly-half0000
10Matthew HuffFly-half1000
11Ben WebsterCentre0000
11Spencer BowlesWing0000
11Charlie SabinFull-back0000
12Clayton AndersonCentre1000
13Andrew HoyCentre2000
14Brien CampbellWing0000
14Beau VrbasWing0000
15Ian BrownFull-back2000
 Total 9000

UNC

Position T C P DG
 1170

Recap

Starting 15- Cameron Amador, Patrick Hewitt, John St. Louis, Brendan Niland, Timmy Lynch, Jared Clements, Alex Yniguez, Rae Gill, Donovan Ronan, Matt Huff, Angel Mendez, Clayton Anderson, Andrew Hoy, Ian Brown, Beau Vrbas. (Bold indicates player was substituted out during match)
Reserves: Mark Huston, Kevin Kohmann, Brien Campbell, Max Weaver, Vic Gausepohl, Cody Hutchinson, Tom Walrod, Brayan Rodriguez. (Bold indicates reserve was substituted into match)

After a lengthy pre-season, with multiple home matches, Regis opened the season on the road to start their 2016 season. Regis is new to NSCRO, but the opponent is a familiar one, especially for all 3 coaches. UNC’s field was pristine, and the weather was perfect for rugby. Regis kicked off the match, and stole the ball in the air, but unfortunately was offside on kickoff. This did not stop Regis from quickly getting the ball back and getting the first try of the match, and a good conversion gave Regis a quick 7-0 lead and confidence. UNC was quick to get a break by their fly-half and get a try of his own, and with the score under the posts, the game was starting with quick strikes. Regis settled into their game with the forwards showing terrific effort in their support of each other and when the backline broke through. Donovan Ronan mastered the chemistry between quick forward ball, and spinning the ball wide to the backs. The ball was often so quick that Regis earned two penalty try’s. UNC was often caught deep when they did have the ball and had to resort to kicking, which allowed for Ian Brown and Angel Mendez to counter attack with speed and make back most of the meters gained from the kick. The rest of the match was all Regis, with only a few breaks into Regis territory by UNC, primarily by their 13, who is a tough runner and often required multiple tacklers. Regis was able to maintain possession on a majority of their set pieces, and limited their penalty count, which made a big difference in time of possession. Overall this match was dominated by the Regis forwards, and after they broke the gain line multiple times, Donovan would send the ball wide to the backs, which were able to convert the open space into try’s with regularity.