The last weekend of rugby in 2018 for most clubs brought the tremendous highs of a championship and devastating lows of defeat. Over 50 games in the men’s and women’s games saw new conference winners in D1A, teams one step closer to national titles, and a new promotion to the top women’s league.
The D1A Liberty Conference concluded its season with a challenge series of eight games at Fairfield... Read More
A wild, jammed-packed weekend was filled with championships, huge victories, and devastating defeats. Bad weather postponed many games but with only three weeks left in the fall, clubs all across the country battled the elements for some of the best rugby of the season.
The WPL wrapped up its season with a double shot of games on Friday and Sunday. After the Friday semifinals, the San Diego... Read More
With only four weeks left in the fall season, squads from all over the country are making their moves for postseason glory.
In D1A, the Big Ten has had the most parity in the league. Undefeated Ohio State took over first place with a 22-17 win over Wisconsin. Indiana rebounded from its loss to the Badgers last week to beat Illinois and Michigan State cut down Michigan, 25-15, in the Battle for... Read More
Fall finally has arrived and there is plenty to get excited about as colder weather approaches. The highlights of Saturday include Ohio State’s upset of Indiana, a pair of intense fights in the Rugby East, an offensive explosion between Old Blue and Life, a three-way dogfight in the WPL, and multiple blowouts.
The downward spiral continues for Indiana as the Hoosiers dropped their second straight... Read More
The first weekend of October brought a Big Ten surprise, a hundred-point debut, a Chicago club upset, and a multitude of dominating victories. Fall rugby is in full swing as the conferences are moving into the meat of their schedules and potential champions are making their mark.
The surprise of D1A was Wisconsin’s 40-24 win over Indiana in Madison, Wis. After an early season loss, Wisconsin beat... Read More
After five weeks of fall 15s, rugby is in full swing in the college, club, and professional ranks. Ten of the top 25 D1A teams were on the pitch on Saturday along with four conferences in club land and sixth week games in the WPL.
Out of the ten top 25 D1A squads playing this weekend, eight were victorious. Penn State, Army, Arkansas State, Indiana, Iona, and St. Bonaventure added to their win... Read More
It’s heating up all over the country as the first day of fall descended upon rugby in the USA. Almost 50 games were played in the top levels of D1A, D1AA, DI Men’s and Women’s Club, and the WPL. It’s still early in most schedules, but big games marked huge returns for squads.
The big "wow" match in D1A was the near upset of Navy against Mary Washington on Friday night. Down 14-0 at the half, the... Read More
With the weather wreaking havoc on the east coast, most matches were able to be played this weekend. It was a full schedule in college as the Rugby East, Big Ten, Liberty, Rocky Mountain, Chesapeake, SCRC, and MARC were in action. In addition to the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and ARP for the men’s side of DI Club, the first weekend of women’s DI was played as well as four games in the WPL. Lastly,... Read More
Despite inclement weather plaguing the East, this weekend marks the first full weekend of 15s rugby. Games were played on all levels on Saturday and Sunday with many amazing results. We will be covering as much as we can to bring you the scores available.
D1A is mostly still in preseason mode with a few clubs taking their first shots at conference play. In the Rugby East, NDC blanked Buffalo, 65-... Read More
With summer 7s almost over, fall 15s are here. For the Labor Day weekend, the preseason for the college ranks is in full effect while Women’s Premier League entered its third week of competition. The schedule opens up next weekend as men’s DI club action starts, D1A college continues its ramp-up to the regular season, DII college has a full slate, and the WPL chugs on with four games.
For D1A... Read More