The top teams in RUGBYMag.com's
Boys Single-School rankings stay where they are as, again, they are
doing what is expected of them.
The big mover was Greenwich, which looked impressive in beating #12
Unionville. Greenwich moves up to #11.
Moving in are Union HS out of Oregon, who have beaten three of the
better... Read More
RUGBYMag.com's Men's DI Club Rankings show little movement as most of the
teams involved did what was expected. OMBAC's defeat of SFGG and Denver's
defeat of Belmont Shore mean that Denver moves up to #5 (remember, we
demurred on moving Denver past SFGG a week ago out of caution as we wanted
to see the Barbarians back up their March 8 performance, which they
OMBAC did... Read More
Seattle-OPSB didn't look like world-beaters in the early going against the
USA U20s, but picked it up late, especially when they added on a couple of
It was, after
all, a scrimmage, and while a shaky loss might be enough to drop a team
down from #1, not when it's a practice game with liberal
What is enough to drop you down from #2 is if you lose. SFGG... Read More
Seattle-OPSB remains on top of our Men's Club Rankings after beating the
club just behind them in the standings in British Columbia.
SFGG and Life stay at #3, while Glendale moves ahead to #4 after an
impressive victory over Santa Monica at home.
Also edging up are the Denver Barbarians, after their victory over Olympic
Club. Austin Blacks beat HARC and move up ahead of the... Read More
Jesuit of Sacramento remains #1 in
the latest Boys High School Single-School Rankings presented by
Selective Service, and not by default. The Marauders do so because
they beat two fairly strong teams quite convincingly, including
previous #22 Clayton Valley.
Moving up closer to them is fellow Northern California team De La... Read More
Seattle-OPSB heads up the first RUGBYMag.com Men's DI Club rankings of
2014, with SFGG, Life University, New York Athletic Club, and Glendale
OPSB is chosen because they have been playing extremely well in an
enormously challenging league, the Okanagan Spring Brewery DI competition
in British Columbia (7-1). In addition, the club has added several
accomplished and... Read More
Not all of the teams ranked in this latest Boys High School Single-School
Rankings presented by Selective Service have been on the field yet. The
different seasons means that some competitions - Southern California - will
end before others begin.
Those on the field get a little boost, but we have to instil some judgment
on the idle teams, as well. Jesuit out of Sacramento stays #1... Read More
We end 2013 in the Men’s College 7s Rankings with our top three relatively
unchanged over the past month or so.
Certainly St. Mary’s could lay claim to being #2 as
they did beat Cal at one point, but Cal also beat St. Mary’s. Cal’s final
results in the PAC 7s pushed them ahead. However, Arkansas State’s
consistency and power leave them at #1.
Life drops down thanks to their loss... Read More
It's been two weeks since we last ranked college 7s teams, and that delay
is telling in a number of ways.
First off, it helps us
illustrate how drastically things can change week-to-week. This week,
Lindenwood drops because they didn't do well in a relatively informal
tournament that included Arkansas State, Davenport, and Oklahoma. But
Lindenwood were without their best player... Read More
At this point in the fall it’s anyone’s game. Any team in the top ten could
potentially win a national championship, and so far most teams have done
something very positive, and one or two things that drag them down a
Arkansas State, having won two tournaments in a row, and having
beaten Life in the last one, jump to #1. St. Mary’s is a bit of a
crap-shoot. Yes they won the... Read More