Ryan Roundy scored four tries and BYU came within a missed conversion of
reaching triple figures as the Cougars took Colorado State apart 99-0
Saturday in Provo, Utah.
Above, Ryan Roundy rampages. Below top to bottom, scrum
time, Mike Su'a, Joseph Nicholls touching down. Paul Meyers
photos... Read More
DI college leagues are coming to a climax this weekend.
In Southern California, UCSB essentially has the league wrapped up. They
haven't clinched the league mathematically, but it's only a matter of time.
This weekend, 3-2 Loyola is at USC. They are favored this weekend but then
clash with San Diego next week. That game should decide who finishes
In Northern... Read More
RUGBYMag.com has learned #4 Florida State forfeited their 72-7 win
over Kennesaw State on Jan. 29 for the use of an ineligible player. Florida
State coach Tim Russell says the player lied about being a full-time
student, and when his ineligibility came to the attention of the FSU
coaching staff, the day following the game, they self-reported the incident
to South Collegiate... Read More
Could there be a preview of the DI National Championship this weekend?
Well, if top-ranked Bowling Green, champs of the Midwest East, or #6
Buffalo, champs of New York State, who meet in Cleveland Saturday, are to
see each other in the National playoffs beginning April 30, it will be for
the title, as they are on polar ends of the bracket.
For that reason, plus a few others, the main... Read More
this weekend, six of the remaining 11 seeds to the DII Men's college Sweet
16 will be handed out, as three territories are set to crown their
champions. The South, West and Mid-Atlantic have their semifinals and
finals on Saturday and Sunday, respectively, and 10 of RUGBYMag.com's Top
25 are in action.
In the West, SLU and Arkansas meet in one semifinal that's a rematch of a... Read More
Perhaps no newly-formed college committee has more on its plate than the
Men’s Competitions Committee, considering the looming restructure and all
the questions surrounding it, as well as the increasing demand for a DIII
national competition. Still, the committee’s top priority remains clear:
“Right now our priority that we’ve been given is to work out a college 7s... Read More
Each of the USA Rugby’s four new committees have a lengthy to do list, but
some tasks rank higher than others. For the eligibility committee, the top
priorities are standardization and transparency, says committee chair Marty
“We’re not transparent enough, because right now a kid hears a kid on another
team got a waiver to play, and he feels like he has similar circumstance and
his... Read More
The seating of the 11-person College Management Council is the first step
in building USA Rugby’s new collegiate machine. The idea is to put the
college game in the hands of those who know it best; college coaches,
former coaches and former players.
In the hierarchy of the college game, below the Council will sit four
committees: Women’s Strategic, Eligibility, Men’s... Read More
The University of British Columbia got some measure of revenge over the
visiting St. Mary's Gaels, as the Thunderbirds defeated the tourists 40-5
Friday night in Vancouver.
"Retribution," said UBC assistant coach Paul Horne about the 'Birds'
rebound from a 34-19 loss in the Bay Area a little over a week ago.
"We put out our best starting 15," added UBC Head Coach Spence McTavish.
"That... Read More
It was business as usual on the upper crust of the South Conference, as
Florida State won big, 29-3, over South Carolina. The Gamecocks play a
physical brand of rugby, and that gave the Seminoles fits in the opening
half, as they led just 10-3 at intermission, but FSU ran away with it in
“South Carolina is a big, tough bunch of guys. They just play really hard... Read More