It’s heating up all over the country as the first day of fall descended upon rugby in the USA. Almost 50 games were played in the top levels of D1A, D1AA, DI Men’s and Women’s Club, and the WPL. It’s still early in most schedules, but big games marked huge returns for squads.
The big "wow" match in D1A was the near upset of Navy against Mary Washington on Friday night. Down 14-0 at the half, the... Read More
With the weather wreaking havoc on the east coast, most matches were able to be played this weekend. It was a full schedule in college as the Rugby East, Big Ten, Liberty, Rocky Mountain, Chesapeake, SCRC, and MARC were in action. In addition to the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and ARP for the men’s side of DI Club, the first weekend of women’s DI was played as well as four games in the WPL. Lastly,... Read More
Despite inclement weather plaguing the East, this weekend marks the first full weekend of 15s rugby. Games were played on all levels on Saturday and Sunday with many amazing results. We will be covering as much as we can to bring you the scores available.
D1A is mostly still in preseason mode with a few clubs taking their first shots at conference play. In the Rugby East, NDC blanked Buffalo, 65-... Read More
With summer 7s almost over, fall 15s are here. For the Labor Day weekend, the preseason for the college ranks is in full effect while Women’s Premier League entered its third week of competition. The schedule opens up next weekend as men’s DI club action starts, D1A college continues its ramp-up to the regular season, DII college has a full slate, and the WPL chugs on with four games.
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Spring 15s are winding down all across the country with playoff rugby in full swing. A quick rundown: the D1A National Championship is set for this Saturday with Life versus Cal, Iowa Central Community College took no prisoners during the weekend to win the NSCRO Champions Cup, OMBAC and Belmont Shore advanced to the PRP Final, Norfolk and Rocky Gorge in the Mid-Atlantic final, the Chicago Lions... Read More
An exciting weekend of American rugby is almost over as D1A is down to four teams with some incredible results, a D1AA Spring Champion is crowned, and Major League Rugby kicked off its inaugural season.
In the D1A quarterfinal round, Life and Cal advanced on one side of the bracket while Penn State and Lindenwood will meet in the other semifinal. Life took care of business in Georgia beating Army... Read More
The national collegiate playoffs are upon the American rugby world and the results went pretty much as expected. The favorites won and won convincingly, albeit for one closer than expected outcome. In the ramp up to MLR opening weekend on Saturday, Rugby United New York’s match against the Ontario Arrows in Canada was snowed out and the Seattle Seawolves play their only prep match today versus... Read More
College, club, and professional rugby are in the final preparation for the playoffs and the start of Major League Rugby season. For college, the D1A playoffs begin Saturday and the spring D1AA started this weekend. Club rugby has a few weeks left before the postseason, but the most of the MLR finished it’s preseason ahead of the openers on April 21st.
In a rematch between Saint Mary’s and Cal,... Read More
With teams across the nation preparing for the playoffs, the end of March brought some dominant victories and surprising results. The teams in the collegiate ranks contined to jockey for position ahead of the postseason while wrapping up their conference schedules. In elite play, the MLR preseason ensued with some eye-opening outcomes and the big dogs in the PRP prevailed at Treasure Island.
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As the East thaws out from its latest Nor’easter, the West remained hot in the in the United States of Rugby. Life, Cal, BYU, and Army flexed their muscles and Rugby United NY bagged its first New York City win. Two draws of almost the same score occurred in the MLR preseason and PRP. With the playoffs in D1A and DI Club fast approaching and the start of the MLR almost here, rugby is only going... Read More