Here are the games this weekend in Men's DI college rugby.
Cal Poly can make a statement in the California Conference, even if the Mustangs lose to Saint Mary's (which is what most would expect). If they are competitive, then that's a sign that what we at Goff Rugby Report suspect - the California is a competitive conference throughout, not just at the top - is true.
Well there was bound to be a shakeup in the rankings at some point, and frankly we didn't think it would be this week, but there you go.
NEW YORK – The Varsity Cup has released the brackets for its 2017 playoff today, Feb. 22.
Fourteen well-regarded college teams will compete in a four-weekend playoffs. Two teams - the top finishers from 2016 that remain in the competition - will get a bye.
There's much to decide and follow in this weekend's action in Men's DI College Rugby.
Berkeley, Calif. – The Cal Golden Bears prepare to meet their longtime rivals the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds 2 pm Saturday at Witter Rugby Field, where California aims to turn the tides against a powerful UBC team.
In this latest edition of the Goff Rugby Report all-DI men's college rankings, Cal remains at #1 basically because they did exactly what you'd expect (beat a ranked team ranked in the 20s), and then did it again, on the same day, with a different lineup.
(Thanks to Colleen McCloskey for the photos - Navy in solid blue, Penn State in stripes) - Penn State and Navy met up Saturday in what was essentially the teams' kickoff to their Varsity Cup buildup.
Here are the weekend's DI men's college rugby games, with several top-ranked teams in action.
Here are the latest standings from Men's DIA and DIAA college rugby conferences.
NEW YORK City (Varsity Cup Release) – The 2017 Penn Mutual Varsity Cup Rugby Championship kicks off once again this April with 14 teams vying in the April postseason to advance to May’s championship final.
In one of the higher-ranked clashes of the early part of this spring DI college season, Central Washington defeated Lindenwood 21-3 19-3 in St. Charles, Mo. Saturday night.