With the first few games in Men's DII College done, we've got enough data for a first stab at the rankings.
Watch out for a few new faces as the Midwest Conference gets rolling.
Latest scores from men's DII college action this week.
The Men's DII college leagues begin the march to a national championship in December with this weekend, and everyone will have a tough time catching up with the defending champion Wisconsin-Whitewater Warhawks.
As usual it's a bit of a hedge maze to navigate the US DI college, but we've still got to navigate it.
Right now we have 70 teams in D1A, the most ever. They are split into the following conferences (or not conferences). We've got some links to more detailed articles if you want them.
It was a bit of a soft opening for DII men's college teams Labor Day Weekend, but some teams have already kicked off.
Missouri S&T was really strong two years ago in the Gateway, and made a statement a week ago with a big victory over Principia. The Miners were tough and physical and that saw them through.
CHARLOTTE, NC – The Queens University of Charlotte men’s and women’s rugby teams opened there inaugural seasons over the weekend with a pair of wins. The men defeated Furman’s B squad by a score of 63-13 while the women defeated Elon, 94-0.
In a entertaining and rainy day of rugby the UMW Futures side beat Christendom College 36-19 and the UMW first side ran out a 63-5 decision over the Griffins u23 side from NoVA.
IUPUI opened its season this past weekend with an impressive 35-0 defeat of Ball State, and the program is looking for some big things this year.
West Chester, PA (NSCRO Release) - An exciting opportunity is available from the National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) to take the lead role in the administration of its Men’s 7s National Playoff Qualifiers and Championship!
The Tri-State Conference kicks off in two weeks and we could once again see a new champion.
Two years ago RPI tok the conference, and while the Engineers made the playoffs this year, they weren't as strong and didn't quite pull off the repeat. Last fall, Sacred Heart rolled to a conference title, but, as with many teams, they have had to deal with some turnover.
The University of Vermont is still looking for games.
It was a tough off-season for UVM, as the rest of the NECRC moved to other conferences. In the end, what had been perhaps the most competitive conference in the nation, top to bottom, with Norwich, Rhode Island, Middlebury, and New Hampshire, as well as Vermont, battling it out every week.