With PRO Rugby looming on the horizon and players signing on to play in the premier league, its effects are already being felt in the Men’s Club ranks, especially in Northern California. Over 25 players have committed to playing with PRO Rugby from NorCal and the results on Saturday reflected that fact.
Life West, who has about a dozen players given the opportunity to play up in PRO Rugby, only... Read More
With the winter break over, the clubs of the Division I Mid-Atlantic Conference kicked off the spring with two divisional games and two friendlies so two teams could get some extra seasoning before starting the spring.
Undefeated Rocky Gorge ventured south to Norfolk and further asserted its dominance over the conference with a 46-15 victory. The other game was a nail-biter with both teams... Read More
The two-month race to the divisional playoffs of the Division I Men’s Club Mid-Atlantic Conference (MAC) begins this Saturday. The teams from Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North Carolina have been ramping up their preparation for the upcoming season by playing top collegiate sides and clubs from the American Rugby Premiership.
The last couple of weeks of the preseason have come with mixed... Read More
Through eight weeks of the spring 2016 season for Northern California, only two teams have unblemished records. Life West and Santa Clara successfully defended their résumés this past Saturday as the Gladiators blitzed San Jose 112-10 and Santa Rosa bashed the Sacramento Blackhawks, 61-29.
For San Francisco-Golden Gate, the winning streak is now at three games with a 43-12 win over the Sacramento... Read More
Two undefeated teams remain in Northern California after seven weeks of Division I play with Life West and Santa Rosa both opening up their seasons with five straight wins. Life West took out the formerly undefeated EPA Razorbacks, 47-21, and in its first significant test, Santa Rosa handed the Sacramento Lions its second loss, 33-14. San Francisco Golden Gate picked up its second straight win... Read More
With week six in the books, three undefeated teams remain with Life West and the EPA Razorbacks atop the south division and Santa Rosa alone in the north. The EPA Razorbacks’ speed and quickness took care of the previously unbeaten Sacramento Lions, 26-13, and Life West continued to rack up the points and bodies as they laid waste to the Sacramento Blackhawks, 50-7. Santa Rosa dispatched the San... Read More
With most of the teams of the Division I NorCal idle, Santa Rosa remained undefeated with a 32-5 win over San Francisco-Golden Gate. With the victory, Santa Rosa ties the 3-0 Sacramento Lions for the top spot in the north division. Santa Rosa has enjoyed success early this season with wins over the Sacramento Blackhawks and Fresno, while SFGG has struggled to find the tryzone in its three games.... Read More
With only two games on the schedule for the DI NorCal, Life West and the EPA Razorbacks notched their second wins to join the Sacramento Lions at the top of the division. The Gladiators of Life West easily dispatched Fresno, 65-5, and the EPA Razorbacks clobbered the San Jose Seahawks, 59-9.
In its second game at the Division I level, Life West took the pitch for its first home game at Sunset... Read More
Week Two in Division I of the Northern California and Southern California Conferences ended with a few blowouts and close affairs.
In NorCal, the Sacramento Lions earned their second win of the season narrowly beating SF-Golden Gate, 15-13, the EPA Razorbacks pounded Fresno, 60-8, Santa Rosa edged the Sacramento Blackhawks, 13-3, and the Life West Gladiators captured its first ever DI victory... Read More
The start of the new year means the beginning of the 2016 season for the Southern California Rugby Football Union. Six Division I clubs were in action attempting to shake off the winter rust and start the year off on a positive note. Belmont Shore, who captured the SoCal title last season, blasted Pasadena, 69-10, the Downtown Rhinos edged Los Angeles 33-22, and OMBAC blanked the San Diego Old... Read More