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On the final day of the DII USA Rugby 7s national championships, Minnesota-Duluth knocked off rival Wisconsin-Whitewater and St. Louis University to win the title. The Fighting Penguins were the first ever team to win both the DII 15s title and the DII 7s title in the same school year. Like the DI
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Team USA capped off its finest season yet with a third-place finish at London 7s, beating Fiji 26-... read more
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Third Northeast Academy Training Hub Announced Ahead of June 11th Combine and NTC FOR IMMEDIATE... read more
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Pool E features South Carolina, Michigan, Wisconsin and UCLA. This group is incredibly balanced... read more
by Brett Anker
On the final day of the DII USA Rugby 7s national championships, Minnesota-Duluth knocked off rival... read more
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On the third and final day of the USA Rugby 7s DI national championships, St. Mary’s held off a... read more
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The USA Rugby DII national 7s tournament continued today with each team playing three games. The... read more
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The Gentlemen of Aspen go on to win the first annual Aspen 7s Rugby Tournament at Rio Grande Field... read more
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 Professional collegiate rugby coaches Matt Sherman (Army West Point), Blake Burdette (Penn... read more
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The last game for the U20 USA Junior All Americans will occur against Uruguay Sunday, May 1, ... read more
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by Pat Clifton
Mike Friday’s squad fell just a few minutes short of returning to the London 7s cup final Sunday at... read more
by Pat Clifton
Perry Baker’s four tries and a perfect six-for-six conversions from Madison Hughes saw the Eagles... read more
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Team USA went 1-1-1 on day one in London, beating Samoa 12-5 to start the day, then falling 14-10... read more
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For the second year in a row, an impressive panel of speakers will lead a rugby seminar in... read more
by Pat Clifton
SEATTLE – (April 27, 2016) ATAVUS  and Volt Athletics today announced the launch of a new... read more
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Rugby in America's high schools represented the last place of expansion. Today, rugby is the nation... read more
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British Columbia defeated Atlantis 7s to win the boys U-18 division at the Las Vegas Invitational.... read more
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This essay is by a candidate for the  Dog River Howlers' ( http://youtu.be/... read more

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High School > Boys > HS Club

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The latest Boys HS Club Rankings features a few changes as there seems to have been a shakeup in Northern California.

Sierra Foothills looks exceptionally strong with their early results, while Danville, while solid, has stumbled somewhat, as has Granite Bay.

With Belmont Shore being heavily connected to Wilson HS, the Wilson team's success so far this season helps Belmont Shore.

It's very cold still, so we will know more as the weather warms.
 

RankTeamTrend
1United (Utah)-
2Cathedral (Ind.)-
3San Diego Mustangs (Calif.)
4Sierra Foothills (Calif.)
5Liberty (Wash.)
6Colorado Springs (Colo.)
7Chuckanut Bay (Wash.)

International > Men > IRB Rankings

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RankTeamTrend
1NEW ZEALAND93.81
2SOUTH AFRICA89.34
3AUSTRALIA86.88
4ENGLAND85.68
5IRELAND82.13
6WALES80.7
7FRANCE80.07
8ARGENTINA76.44
9SAMOA75.49