The scores speak for themselves this weekend as nearly 50 matches were played to the top competitive divisions of rugby.
In D1A, Penn State posted a 30-point win against Kutztown to assert itself as the team to beat in the Rugby East. Also in the conference, NDC and St. Bonaventure picked up victories over Buffalo and Wheeling Jesuit, respectively.
Indiana survived another Big Ten test with a... Read More
With nearly 50 top collegiate and club matches over the weekend, there were blowouts, upsets, and intense new chapters to rivalries that unfolded. Notre Dame College, Indiana, Cortland, Davenport, and Utah Valley were the big winners in college while Metropolis, Norfolk, and Glendale stay undefeated in DI Club.
After beating its first two Rugby East opponents by a combined score of 117-20, Army... Read More
It was a big weekend in rugby as the college conferences got their first full work of the season and club action heated up. In addition, the Collegiate All-Americans lost a close match, 20-18, against Oxford University at Talen Energy Stadium outside of Philadelphia, Pa.
Three divisions within D1A saw intense play in the Rugby East, Big Ten, and Liberty Conferences. Each winning team in the Rugby... Read More
With over 30 games over this weekend in men's college and club rugby, many teams picked up their first wins and others built on their resumes. Next weekend sees most of major conferences in D1A Rugby begin full schedules while the eastern club conferences continue their jaunts through the season.
Action in the Rugby East saw Army shut out Buffalo, 60-0, while Penn State, Notre Dame College, and... Read More
Only one week removed from the Club 7s National Championship, 15s rugby begins anew starting in the Midwest. Fifteens crept up on the Midwest, but the scores didn’t show the rust of the summer. Three hundred total points were scored in four games with the top three teams from last season starting 2017 on a high note. With no Midwest competition planned for the spring, the conference started early... Read More
Five new champions were crowned this past weekend at Infinity Park in Glendale, Colo. at the USA Rugby Emirate Airline Club National Championships. In the Saturday Division I matches, the Life West Gladiatrix dispatched the Raleigh Venom, 39-17, and the Austin Huns came back to beat NYAC, 27-23, in the final minutes of the men’s final. On Sunday, the St. Louis Royals beat the Bremer County Bucks... Read More
It’s a whole new ballgame in the DI Red River Conference as the new look Austin Huns are challenging for the top spot in the league. After dispatching OMBAC last weekend, the Huns took another major step knocking off the defending conference champions, the Dallas Reds, 24-18 on Saturday. In the Houston Athletic versus the Dallas Harlequins match, the Quins beat HARC, 36-19.
Dallas Reds at the... Read More
The second week of the DI Red River season featured a severe blowout and big scare to the National Finalist. The Dallas Reds picked up their first win of 2017 with the 92-8 destruction of the Houston Athletic Rugby Club (HARC) and the Austin Blacks capitalized on a late yellow card to score two tries to defeat the Dallas Harlequins, 35-27.
Houston Athletic at Dallas Reds
It was a true team effort... Read More
Five weeks of intense competition of the inaugural California Cup concluded on Saturday with OMBAC emerging as champions over Life West, 26-22. At the Grande Final at Treasure Island, San Francisco, Calif., OMBAC built a 20-3 lead at the half only to have Life West surge back with the help of a couple yellow cards. Two second half penalties gave OMBAC enough of an edge to hold off the Gladiators... Read More
In the last round before the California Cup Grande Final next weekend at Treasure Island, Life West and OMBAC punched their tickets to championship on Saturday. With the Olympic Club versus Belmont Shore match being rained out, the last two games of the competition were win or go home. Life West came back from a 14-point deficit to beat SFGG in the final minutes to win 36-34 and OMBAC bashed the... Read More