STANFORD, Calif. – Penn State University won its third consecutive Women’s Division I National Championship Saturday with a 38-0 defeat of Stanford University at the Cardinal’s home field of Steuber Rugby Stadium. The two teams played well in their respective Semifinal Friday, but the Final was all Penn State from the beginning.
STANFORD, Calif. – The Gaels completed its final step in its 12-month road to redemption. Under the bright lights of Steuber Rugby Stadium at Stanford University, a year after coming up just short in the D1A Final, Saint Mary's College defeated Life University, 21-6, to win its first National Championship.
The Surfside 7s will hold The American High School Sevens Championship July 19-20 in Stone Harbor, NJ.
Twenty-four high school boys teams, eight high school freshman boys teams, and eight high school girls teams will battle it out for the title of American High School Sevens Champion.
STANFORD, Calif. – The University of Arizona’s inspired trek to the Men’s Division I-AA National Championship was stopped short by the University of Central Florida Sunday at Steuber Rugby Stadium, as the Knights won their second consecutive title with a 64-13 victory.
STANFORD, Calif. – Mary Washington responded to every Cal State, Northridge, attack and defeated the Matadors, 36-22, in the Women’s Division II Final to become the National Champion Sunday at Steuber Rugby Stadium.
STANFORD, Calif. – The University of Central Florida booked a spot in their second-straight Men’s Division I-AA College National Championship game thanks to a 43-5 victory against University of San Diego in the semifinal Saturday at Steuber Rugby Stadium.
The Knights will face the University of Arizona, as the Wildcats defeated Bowling Green to advance to the final on Sunday.
Full game footage from the 2014 Women's DI College semifinals, with the first game being Stanford v American International College, and the second game being Penn State v West Chester.
Both games from Steuber Stadium at Stanford University.
RuggaMatrix AmericaRuggaMatrix America Show #129: Billy Talks
Alex Goff checks in with USA U20s Head Coach Billy Millard, who also discusses his HP pathway job with USA Rugby.
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USA Scrum-Half Mike Petri explains what he does in the gym specific to his position on the rugby pitch.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Brown will elevate its women's rugby team from club level to full varsity status for the 2014-15 academic year.
Brown joins the growing list of varsity teams.
Women's rugby will be the university’s 21st women's varsity team, making Brown a leader in varsity options for female athletes of all NCAA institutions.
Inside the 22 is a short opinion column by Alex Goff and perhaps some guest writers. It is limited to 22 words.
I see too many photos of players with mouthguards sticking out? Defeats the purpose. Mold it to your teeth, save brainpower.
The Director of Rugby of the US Military Academy at West Point is seeking qualified candidates to become the men’s Head Rugby Coach on or about 10 July 2014. The successful candidate will be a contract employee of the Military Academy. Compensation will be commensurate with his/her qualifications and experience.
Divine Savior Holy Angels won the Midwest HS Girls title this past weekend, defeating Catholic Memorial 36-5 in the final.
DSHA has been in recent years, pushed by the likes of Catholic, Lakewood, and others, but this year there was no arguing their power.
The National High School Boys Invitational Tournament has announced its seeds for the 2014 NIT to be held May 15-17 in Elkhart, Ind.
The tournament will be split into three brackets: Single-School, Multi-School Clubs, and a Combined tier.
Here are the seeds:
Midwest SS Playoffs
La Salette 33-12 Pulaski
St. Edward 40-12 Fishers
St. Ignatius 12-7 Brownsburg
Penn 30-10 W. Ottawa
Pulaski 41-6 Fishers
Brownsburg 12-7 W. Ottawa
St. Edward 13-12 La Salette
Penn 26-14 St. Igantius
Wando, ranked 1st in the state and 21st nationally, was able to capitalize on depth and experience to capture their first state title.
Greenville, ranked 2nd in the state and 25th nationally, captured the top title in 2008 and played a great match, but ultimately failed to take advantage of their opportunities to put points on the board.
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