North Carolina is one of the unknowns coming
into the 2011 Collegiate Rugby Championship. They did not compete in the
inaugural event, but they're not entirely new to the 7s realm either,
having finished second in the Atlantic Coast Invitational in the fall and
had a good showing at Subaru 7s last weekend.
Headlining their roster is captain Alex Lee, RUGBYMag.com DI All American... Read More
LSU finished 3-3 in the College Premier Division, which isn't
a bad mark, but if star center Robert Johns had been healthy, they may have
finished even better.
Johns, along with midfield mate Adam Ducoing, headlines LSU's roster for
the Collegiate Rugby Championship. Both have been the heart and soul of LSU
rugby for the past several seasons, and this is their last year together on... Read More
The defending Collegiate Rugby Championship
titlist Utah Utes have announced their roster for the second-annual event.
Noticeably missing from the roster is Thretton Palamo, who spearheaded the
Ute bid for a championship. He has joined the Utah football program and
will be unavailable.
However, the Utes still have plenty of firepower in their arsenal,
including newcomer Tonata... Read More
Dartmouth has announced its roster for the Collegiate Rugby Championships.
The Big Green will be led by 2010 USA Rugby All-American and 2011
RUGBYMag.com All-East performer Paul Jarvis, who sets the physical tone in
the forwards. An exciting player to watch in the Dartmouth backline is
Tanner Scott. He's new to rugby, but as a 6-4 wideout for Dartmouth's
gridiron squad, Scott was a... Read More
is proud to announce its full slate of Men’s Collegiate All American
The RUGBYMag staff chose to name an
All-Collegiate team of 30 players, which includes American college students
attending school overseas, and players from all divisions in US college
In addition, RUGBYMag.com named an All-CPD
All American Team, as well as All American teams from... Read More
national team games have drawn more than 10,000 fans on a few occasions,
including the first test match of the modern era in 1976, and the USA v.
South Africa in 2001.
But no domestic rugby game outside of the odd international drew as many
fans as the Cal v. BYU game did on Saturday. While a few thousand or so
came to Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah to see Highland v.... Read More
RUGBYMag.com has named its 2010-2011 Men's DI All Americans.
This team of 15 players was selected based on scouting reports, game
reports, coach recommendations, and video and in-person analysis from
National DI champions Davenport have three players on the team, in lock
Damecus Beach, flanker Ryan Hargraves, and center/flyhalf JP Eloff, who
takes outside... Read More
Cal and BYU played yet another collegiate final of the ages, a game that
was in doubt until the end, not always pretty, but always physical, and
Before over 10,000 paying fans, mostly likely the biggest crowd to see a
non-international rugby match in modern American rugby history, Cal won
21-14, and broke... Read More
Cal defeated BYU 21-14 in front of a crowd of almost 10,000 at Rio Tinto
Stadium Saturday evening, winning the first ever College Premier Division
Perhaps 90 percent of that crowd was, naturally, for BYU, and they made
sure you heard it.
The Cougars certainly had the run of player early, forcing a penalty in Cal
territory that... Read More
Roughly two-thirds of the College Premier
Division teams met Friday night in Salt Lake City to discuss the first
season and what issues need to be address in the off-season.
The discussion addressed marketing and
branding – a key to generating more sponsorship income – as well as costs.
The meeting also touched on what programs will be dropping out of the
Already Friday... Read More