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Bison Rugby kicks off season with loss to Robert Morris University

Written By Gracey Evans, Sports Photo Editor

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The Bisons lost two players in their opening match — seniors Brady Winner and Jerimiah Elsass both suffered injuries. Winner suffered a head injury in the first half, and Elsass got a high ankle sprain in the second half.

The rugby team’s next game is scheduled for Sept. 17 against their rival, Carnegie Mellon, at Cupples Field in the South Side.

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