With four weeks left in the 2016 Rugby East season, the race is tight with the top four clubs jockeying for position. Army rebounded from its loss to Penn State last weekend to rout a surging Wheeling Jesuit club, 53-7. Penn State remained undefeated after dealing a resilient Iona team a 36-17 defeat and Kutztown rediscovered its winning ways with a dominant second half over St. Bonaventure, 60-... Read More
The final four weeks of the Chesapeake Conference fall season is going to be intense and exciting as five clubs are bunched at the top of the standings. Seven points separate the top five with each club having two or less losses on their record.
On Saturday, James Madison and Towson extended their winning streaks to three and four games, respectively, as the Dukes clobbered Maryland, 41-22, and... Read More
The Empire Conference saw fortunes turn for the defending champion over the weekend, while two teams beat their opposition by the slimmest of margins. Syracuse swept past USMMA King’s Point, 41-10; Binghamton slipped by Fordham, 11-10; and Brockport eked out a 24-22 win against Stony Brook.
Syracuse rebounded from a tough loss last weekend to play the United States Merchant Marines Academy at... Read More
After this past weekend’s results in the Chesapeake Conference, four teams sit atop the standings with one loss records. Mount St. Mary’s, James Madison, and Mary Washington each won, however, Virginia Tech suffered its first loss at the hands of Towson. Competition is incredibly close with five teams separated by six standing points.
In the tightest match of the weekend, Mount St. Mary’s... Read More
With only two teams having winning records and five clubs at 0.500, the Empire Conference is up for grabs as teams move into the meat of the season. Binghamton improved to 2-1 by crushing King’s Point, 63-19; Colgate pulled to even beating Syracuse, 39-10; and Fordham shut out Brockport, 54-0, on Sunday.
Binghamton kept the ball alive and out of the breakdowns to get a leg up on King’s Point and... Read More
With four games in play on Saturday, almost of the teams in the Mid-American Conference were in action. Cincinnati earned its first MAC victory over Ohio, 33-18; Western Michigan moved to 2-0 with a 62-0 blanking of Central Michigan; and Dayton also remained undefeated in the MAC beating Miami, 34-10. Additionally, Kent State unfortunately forfeited to Northern Illinois.
Ohio University came into... Read More
Mount St. Mary’s, Virginia Tech, James Madison, and Towson were all victorious this weekend in the ultra-competitive Chesapeake Collegiate Rugby Conference. Each club has received what they wanted in the conference with intense matchups highlighting the schedule every week. On Saturday, Mount St. Mary’s rebounded from last weekend’s loss to beat Mary Washington, 32-10; Virginia Tech remained... Read More
Two blowouts and a barn-burner highlighted the Mid-American Conference as Bowling Green and Western Michigan played to devastating results, while Ohio University was in a shoot-out with Louisville. Bowling Green got decisive win beating Central Michigan University, 80-6; Western Michigan shut out Kent State University, 61-0; and Ohio University edged Louisville, 48-40.
To this point, Bowling... Read More
The race after three weeks in Chesapeake Collegiate Rugby Conference is incredibly close. Eight of the nine teams have at least one win and only Mary Washington and Virginia Tech are still unbeaten. In week three, Virginia Tech edged Mount St. Mary’s 22-20 and Mary Washington cracked Salisbury, 34-7, to remain undefeated. Georgetown and Towson both picked up their first wins with victories over... Read More
UCLA edged Kutztown in an instant classic and Cal drubbed Arizona to make it an all-California final at the Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Championship. The Bruins and Bears played in back-to-back semifinals in 2013 and 2014, both competitive games won by Cal.
Cal 38-5 Arizona
The opening restart wasn’t taken cleanly, but Cal secured possession eventually, and Anthony Salaber crossed the whitewash... Read More