It was a difficult weekend to be on the road in D1A Liberty Conference. Colgate, Cortland, Syracuse, Tufts, and Delaware defended their home turfs with victories while Northeastern and Iona were the only teams able to win on the road.
Rutgers at Delaware
Searching for its first win of the fall, Delaware earned a convincing 45-15 victory over Rutgers on Friday night in Newark, Del. After Rutgers... Read More
Early season D1A rugby rages with four games in the Big Ten and Rocky Mountain Conferences. In the Big Ten, Indiana fought off Wisconsin, 53-43, in the game of the day and Michigan State handled Minnesota, 36-22. In the Rockies, Colorado State ran past Utah State, 52-12, while Colorado clipped Wyoming, 38-15.
Indiana escaped with a win in Madison, Wis. over the Badgers, 53-43, in an... Read More
A wild weekend in the Rugby East saw Notre Dame College score the biggest victory in D1A this season and Penn State and Kutztown continue to rock the competition before their head-to-head clash this Saturday.
Army at Notre Dame College
Celebrating homecoming in South Euclid, Ohio, NDC brought their fans what they wanted, a big win versus a top-ranked opponent. Army ventured to Ohio looking to... Read More
With nearly 50 top collegiate and club matches over the weekend, there were blowouts, upsets, and intense new chapters to rivalries that unfolded. Notre Dame College, Indiana, Cortland, Davenport, and Utah Valley were the big winners in college while Metropolis, Norfolk, and Glendale stay undefeated in DI Club.
After beating its first two Rugby East opponents by a combined score of 117-20, Army... Read More
In a busy college weekend across the country, there were a couple of blowouts in the Big Ten and three close matches in the D1AA Chesapeake.
The seventh-ranked Indiana took care of business at home to the tune of an 82-20 win over Purdue. The Boilermakers got out to an early three-point lead, but it didn’t take the Hoosiers long to take control of this match. Flyhalf Alexander Dorrier... Read More
With eight matches in the massive new D1A Liberty conference, over 500 total points were scored in second weekend of play. Fordham, Iona, Binghamton, Syracuse, UConn, Fairfield, Cortland, and Northeastern were victorious with six of the teams scoring over 40 points.
Delaware at Fordham
On Friday night in the Bronx, N.Y., Fordham came back from a halftime deficit only to hold off a late surge by... Read More
After a single game start of the D1A Rugby East last weekend, Army, Penn State, and Kutztown each scored at least 40 points in decisive victories for the first full Saturday of play. The winning squads hit hard and often for their opening wins of the season.
Wheeling Jesuit at Army
After a tightly contested first half at Anderson Rugby Complex in West Point, N.Y., Army outscored Wheeling Jesuit... Read More
It was a big weekend in rugby as the college conferences got their first full work of the season and club action heated up. In addition, the Collegiate All-Americans lost a close match, 20-18, against Oxford University at Talen Energy Stadium outside of Philadelphia, Pa.
Three divisions within D1A saw intense play in the Rugby East, Big Ten, and Liberty Conferences. Each winning team in the Rugby... Read More
With only one D1A Rugby East match on the docket on Saturday, most teams were finishing up their preseason ahead of the three game slate next weekend. In the opening match of the conference, Army shut out Buffalo, 60-0. Five of the six other teams of the conference got their work in playing non-conference opponents to be ready for tseason.
After beating AIC and New England College last weekend, #... Read More
With over 30 games over this weekend in men's college and club rugby, many teams picked up their first wins and others built on their resumes. Next weekend sees most of major conferences in D1A Rugby begin full schedules while the eastern club conferences continue their jaunts through the season.
Action in the Rugby East saw Army shut out Buffalo, 60-0, while Penn State, Notre Dame College, and... Read More