One of the more decorated rivalries in all of college rugby will not be played in 2016/2017, as Utah and Brigham Young will not be renewing the Wasatch Cup in 2017. The game was typically a sellout and often streamed, with a massive traveling trophy going to the victor.
The series has been dominated by the Cougars. Not since 2010, in a non-Wasatch Cup friendly have the Utes beaten them. That... Read More
In the next to last Saturday of the fall season in the Rugby East, Penn State, Wheeling Jesuit, and Iona closed out their year with wins and Buffalo grabbed its second win over West Virginia, 45-24. The Nittany Lions completed their undefeated record with a 41-34 win against Kutztown, Wheeling Jesuit blasted Delaware, 65-12, for its sixth victory, and Iona edged St. Bonaventure, 17-12, in its... Read More
In the late season match between two top 20 ranked service academies, the #13 Army came out hard and fast against #16 Air Force in West Point, N.Y. to win 62-19. The Black Knights dominated the first half scoring 43 straight points before the Zoomies could dot down a try at the whistle. Air Force played inspired rugby in the second half, but the first half onslaught was too much to recover from.... Read More
With only two weeks remaining in the Rugby East season, Penn State, Army, Iona, and St. Bonventure concluded Week Nine with wins. The Nittany Lions remained undefeated with a 66-5 victory over Wheeling Jesuit on Friday night, while Army ended its conference schedule with a 38-19 defeat of Kutztown. Iona took out Buffalo, 31-14, and St. Bonaventure outlasted Delaware, 39-24.
Penn State completed... Read More
In a non-conference match between #13 Davenport and Mid-American Conference leader, Bowling Green State, the Panthers survived a second half assault by the Falcons to win 29-20. After racing out to a 24-3 lead at halftime, Davenport surrendered three straight tries to cut the lead to four points with 15 minutes to go. Davenport’s Dominique Bailey’s eightman pick to the corner in the last minutes... Read More
With three weeks left in the Rugby East season, Wheeling Jesuit, Kutztown, and Iona earned valuable wins to position themselves for the postseason. Conference leaders, Penn State and Army, were idle Saturday as Wheeling Jesuit overpowered Buffalo, 29-6, Kutztown crushed Delaware, 62-19, and Iona stomped West Virginia, 73-14.
Wheeling Jesuit improved to 3-1 in the Rugby East with a 29-6 win over... Read More
With four weeks left in the 2016 Rugby East season, the race is tight with the top four clubs jockeying for position. Army rebounded from its loss to Penn State last weekend to rout a surging Wheeling Jesuit club, 53-7. Penn State remained undefeated after dealing a resilient Iona team a 36-17 defeat and Kutztown rediscovered its winning ways with a dominant second half over St. Bonaventure, 60-... Read More
It took until week five of the Rugby East schedule to see the contenders to the crown battle for conference supremacy. Penn State at Army and Kutztown at Wheeling Jesuit. Each team was undefeated in league play and now, only Penn State and Wheeling Jesuit remain perfect as they downed Army, 29-13, and Kutztown, 33-20, respectively. Two blowouts highlighted wins by St. Bonaventure and Buffalo as... Read More
Before next Saturday’s showdown between the top four teams of the Rugby East, Army, Penn State, Kutztown, and Wheeling Jesuit were victorious this past weekend. Army blew out Delaware, 81-5; Penn State swept St. Bonaventure and Buffalo to a combined score of 137-24; Kutztown crushed Iona, 77-14; and Wheeling Jesuit pummeled West Virginia, 72-12.
For Delaware’s Rugby East home opener in Newark,... Read More
After a tame first half in the annual meeting between Air Force and Navy, the second half was a thriller where the Zoomies retook possession of the Lt Col Kevin Shea Memorial Rugby Cup, 32-21. At the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado on Friday afternoon, the Zoomies held a 12-5 lead at halftime before the Midshipmen went on a torrid run to tie it up at 26 all. Air Force kicked two... Read More