The spring season is getting into full swing as a number of the top teams are finally getting started. All of the favorites won but there were a couple of intriguing results.
Both St. Mary’s and Cal won big and remain in the top spots. While third ranked Life was idle, BYU played a fairly close game with Grand Canyon. A rocky start put GCU in an early 19-0 hole but the Arizona school ended up... Read More
There were three DIA non-conference games over the weekend with highly ranked teams. BYU and Lindenwood both beat ranked opponents while Arkansas State defeated NSCRO powerhouse Iowa Central.
BYU opened its season with a win over Grand Canyon. The Cougars started fast taking a quick 19-0 lead on the backs of Tua Laei and Tosh Wilcox. Maceo Brown, who added two tries, on the day broke through, the... Read More
The action in the D1A PAC Conference centered around Arizona State’s trek to California for a pair of matches and #2 Cal challenging a men’s club to a duel. ASU ended up splitting their road trip by losing to UCLA, 47-5, but beating USC, 22-20, on Sunday. Cal brought the full ferocity of the Bears to Olympic Club on Saturday beating the Pacific Rugby Premiership outfit, 87-19.
In Westwood, Calif... Read More
The second week of the D1A California Conference saw the frontrunner and the newcomer notch victories. Both squads were road warriors as No. 1 ranked Saint Mary’s blitzed San Diego State, 62-5, in San Diego, Calif. and #21 UC Davis took down Cal Poly, 33-27, in San Luis Obispo. The first weekend of February sees St. Mary’s battle Olympic Club, UC Davis take on UC Santa Barbara, and SDSU host Cal... Read More
The spring season is starting to heat up and the west coast teams are finally getting a chance to test their mettle. With a handful of games this weekend the rankings shifted.
After an impressive start to the spring, St. Mary’s takes the top spot. Several impressive wins has led the committee to move them into the top spot.
Cal has dropped to number two. The Bears beat Cal Poly 81-6 over the... Read More
WEST CHESTER, PA 22 January 2018 – The National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) has just released its Men’s Top 40 Ranking.
Iowa Central Community College is currently ranked #1 followed by: Salve Regina University, Franciscan University, The Claremont Colleges and Loyola University Maryland to round out the top five. The full list is below and can also be downloaded here.RANK
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After a fall semester that saw the Red River Rugby Collegiate Conference crown a 7s champion (Arkansas) and begin its 15s slate, the conference resumed its season on Jan. 20.
Baylor and Texas Tech played a league match, which the Bears won convincingly, and LSU stepped out to face national powerhouse Life in a road fixture.
Baylor 59, Texas Tech 17
In the spring opener for both teams, the Bears... Read More
A superb defensive effort sparked a second-half comeback that saw Grand Canyon University upset San Diego State, 22-18. In San Diego, Calif., the ‘Lopes endured a pair of yellow cards at the end of each half to emerge victoriously. Trailing 10-3 at the half, GCU scored three tries in the second half to pull off the upset and secure its second D1A win.
“Our boys really dug deep,” GCU head coach... Read More
There were only a handful of games this past weekend so the rankings saw little movement.
Cal started its season off strong with a perfect 4-0 record at the Dennis Storer Classic. The Bears put up over 45 points in all four shortened contests and only conceded one try on the day. They remain the top team.
Arizona defeated Grand Canyon 53-22 to start the spring campaign. The Wildcats remain at 13... Read More
The unofficial opening of the spring rugby season commenced this weekend at the Dennis Storer Classic in Los Angeles, Calif. Named in honor of the U.S. National team and UCLA coach, the tournament gathered a conglomerate of squads in the University of California system to test their mettle against each other. Cal, UCLA, UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz, and UC San Diego played a total of eight games to... Read More