The DII College final four took place over the weekend with North Carolina State knocking off defending champions Wisconsin Whitewater. The Wolfpack take the top spot in the rankings after capping off an impressive undefeated season.
Iowa Central gave NC State a tougher game than Whitewater in the semifinals and move into the second spot.
Things get tricky from here down. On the second day of a... Read More
In May of 1999, U. Cal Berkeley won its 16th national D1 Men’s championship, defeating Penn State 36-5 in the final. The championship match was played in San Francisco’s Balboa Stadium.
The win represented the Golden Bears’ ninth consecutive title and reaffirmed the University’s dominance over USA college rugby.
Sixteen teams started out, playing in the opening round in three venues; Berkeley,... Read More
NSCRO powered by Penn Mutual crowned its women’s 15s champions this past weekend and saw three of the four teams earn a place in the men's Champions Cup slated for April 27 and 28 in the spring.
The women’s competition took place entirely in the fall. The four region winners were Salve Regina, Catholic University, Minnesota-Moorhead, and Wayne State.
After all the dust settled, Wayne State... Read More
NC State captured the DII men’s national title with a convincing 57-12 win over two time reigning champions Wisconsin-Whitewater. It was the first national championship in program history.
To get to the finals the Wolfpack had to dispatch a tough Iowa Central squad. The game was 21-17 early in the first half but NC State pulled away for a 33-17 victory over the Tritons.
The Warhawks reached their... Read More
Coming into championship weekend, the DII College rankings were a doozy to complete. Queens College shocked the field two weeks ago to get a shot at dethroning Whitewater and as a result two teams from the Cardinals Conference are headed to the final four. The conference gets a lot of bump thanks to the performance.
The top four are the four remaining teams. Whitewater, NC State, Iowa Central and... Read More
The DIAA Fall Championship is set with St. Joe’s and Bowling Green reaching the December 2nd final in Charlotte, N.C.
Muddy conditions marred the Mt. St. Mary’s venue and the games turned into grind it out affairs. After winning the MARC conference, the St. Joseph's met Salisbury in the round of eight. The Hawks' flyhalf Noah Niu was crucial in orchestrating the Hawks offense. With the score 10-5... Read More
The Men’s DII College final four is set after a weekend of action packed rugby. UW-Whitewater returns seeking its third straight DII title and will be joined by three teams appearing in their first ever DII final four, Queens College, Iowa Central, and NC State.
These four teams will head to Mecklenburg, NC in two weeks to play for a national title.
In a snowy Columbia, Missouri, UW-... Read More
The D1AA Chesapeake Collegiate Rugby Conference released its 2018 all-conference squads on Wednesday. Coaches, evaluators, and administrators picked first and second teams as well as an honorable mention side. Combined, 45 players were chosen from each of the eight schools in the Chesapeake.
“Selections first came from the coaches and then evaluating the teams’ and individuals’ play,” conference... Read More
The DI rankings remain relatively static. Three games with ranked teams took place over the weekend and the better ranked team won in two of those affairs.
The big game of the weekend saw Lindenwood hold off Navy on the road. It was the Lions first real test of the season and they came away with a big road win.
Kutztown beat St. Bonaventure 52-39 in a shootout. The Bonnies have been competitive... Read More
The DII playoffs got under way this weekend and the results caused a shake up in the DII rankings.
Queens College defeated Furman 36-31 showing the power of the Cardinals Conference and the warranted three seeds they got to the post season. Queens moves up to 14 and UVA, who also won this weekend, moves to 10. NC State remains at two.
Iowa Central had a strong second half against IUPUI and won 56... Read More