San Diego State defeated UC Santa Barbara 25-13 in Santa Barbara, Calif., Saturday. Despite not displaying its best performance, San Diego State managed to scrape out a victory heading into next week's bout with Santa Clara.
Santa Barbara opened the scoring with a penalty to take a 3-0 lead, but San Diego State answered with three tries in the first half to take a 15-3 advantage into the break.... Read More
Been a crazy few weeks since our last ranking, with upsets and notable scalps being claimed. It's only going to continue to heat up over the coming weeks. In order to explain the movement, we'll give you a reason for each team moving up and each team moving down.
Central Washington - The Wildcats are crushing everything in their path. Granted, they're in a weak competition.
Army -... Read More
In the fifth week of the Pacific Western Rugby Conference schedule, the top two teams, undefeated UC Davis and one-loss Chico State, preserved their records with wins. The Aggies (4-0) took care of Nevada (2-2), 44-10, and Chico State (4-1) blanked San Francisco State (0-4), 69-0. Stanford improved to 3-1 with a 64-21 win over Sacramento State (2-2), and UC Santa Cruz defeated Fresno (1-3), 43-17... Read More
To decide state bragging rights and the home of the David Blank Trophy, rivals Arizona and Arizona State met in Tempe, where the clubs battled to a 34-15 Sun Devil victory. The win marks ASU's first conference victory of the season.
The game was the first year of the David Blank Trophy, which honors a special individual that played prop for ASU and later Tempe Rugby Club. Dave was instrumental in... Read More
Saint Mary’s and fellow California Conference club Santa Clara soundly defeated their opponentS by over 50 points on Saturday. Saint Mary’s destroyed San Diego State, 78-5, and Santa Clara silenced UC Santa Barbara, 60-8.
San Diego State at Saint Mary’s
Powered by a four-try performance by wing Mason Colombo and a total of 12 tries, the Gaels dispatched of San Diego State, 78-5, before their home... Read More
With stalwart defense and strong forward play, Life University blanked Clemson, 51-0, in Marrieta, Ga Saturday. Paired with a victory over Navy last weekend, Life has now defeated Varsity Cup opponents two consecutive weeks.
The Running Eagles opened the scoring inside 10 minutes. After knocking on the door for the first several, Life scored off a short ruck to take a 7-0 lead. The home side... Read More
Davenport avenged a fall loss with a 16-7 win over Arkansas State in Jonesboro, Ark., Saturday. Despite only being able to practice outside one time prior to the match, the Michigan-based side pulled off a solid road victory.
The visitors controlled most of the play in the first half and kept the Red Wolves off the scoreboard. JP Eloff opened the scoring for Davenport with a penalty. Eloff would... Read More
In a battle between two Varsity Cup squads, Navy outlasted Clemson 39-25 at the Charlotte Rugby Complex. It was the second meeting of the season between the two sides, with Navy taking the first matchup in the fall with a more lopsided score line.
Clemson started strong and was knocking on the door in the opening minute but a knock on near the goal line thwarted an early attacking chance. In the... Read More
In Week 4 action in the Pacific West Conference, Chico State stomped San Jose State, 66-0, and UC Davis allowed only six points and scored 10 tries en route to a 67-6 victory over UC Santa Cruz. In a back-and-forth affair, Sacramento State edged Nevada, 36-32, and Fresno State beat San Francisco State, 23-15.
Chico State at San Jose State
After dropping their first match to UC Davis, Chico State... Read More
BERKELEY – The Golden Bears racked up 16 tries Saturday in a 100-17 win over Arizona State on Witter Rugby Field. Sione Sina and Harry Adolphus both had hat tricks as California (8-1, 2-0 PAC) took sole possession of first place in the PAC Rugby Conference.
Miles Honens was the other multi-try scorer for Cal, which had four different conversion kickers – Jake Anderson (7-of-11), Adolphus (1-of-1... Read More