Rugby — Men
Cornell’s Alan Williams — who won gold in the 1924 Paris Games — is the only Ivy Leaguer to ever participate in Olympic rugby. The Americans defeated both Romania and France, the only other teams entered, to capture the crown. In the gold medal game, the Americans defeated the French 17-3. Williams was later instrumental in the founding of the San Francisco Old-Timers Athletic Association.
|Alan Williams (Cornell ’15) •||United States||1924|
• Gold Medal (also indicated by bold name)
• Silver Medal
• Bronze Medal