Here are the historical men's college champions of major playoffs in the USA.
As of December 4, 2019
Western Michigan club president and mechanical engineering student Joey Backe tells us why his Broncos are in the DIAA fall final.
The venue hosting the LA 7s February 29-March 1 has undergone some major upgrades in the last few years, making Dignity Health Sports Park—slated to be the rugby venue for the 2028 Olympics—something of a newly-burnished jewel on the rugby landscape.
The US Air Force Academy has a long history of success, and the team to build on it this weekend.
Defending Women’s D1 fall champs, and defending D1 Women's 7s champs, Air Force goes into Sunday’s final against Navy having steamrolled their opponents, and as such are probably favorites.
The Boys High School National Championship committee has announced that it will return to the Regional Athletic Complex in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The story now is well-known; Iowa Central Community College was bumped up from DII to DIAA in the middle of the season—late in the middle of the season—and the Tritons still managed to win through, get an invitation to the DIAA playoffs, and make this weekend’s final.
It’d be no surprise that the players have a bit of a chip on their shoulder.
The Rocky Mountain men's DII college conference has named its All-Conference team.
The list, not surprisingly, includes several players from the top three teams in the conference, Montana State, Northern Colorado, and Colorado Mesa. Those three produce 13 of the 15 All-Conference players.
World Rugby is calling it a dawn of a new era for rugby sevens; really what it is is a reset, but it's still an important reset.
After trying to run Men's and Women's HSBC Sevens World Series events separately (with some exceptions), the events will be largely combined this season.
At first glance it appears that things have been a bit of a knife edge for Norwich University, but ask the players and they say it’s all been a bit more chill.
A very specific decision moment is responsible for Navy being in the Women’s Fall DI College final against Air Force.
With the playoffs looming, the Midshipmen had scheduled a game with Notre Dame on November 16. But as the season progressed, Navy realized they might have done enough for an at-large place in the playoffs.
Former USA Eagle, current Oregon State University Head Coach, and Certified Nutrition Coach, Troy Hall is starting a new rugby-focused business with his wife, working to bring personal preparation knowledge to the masses.
Grandville HS girls ended this fall with a state championship as they avenged last year's championship game loss to Sparta-Rock with a 22-10 win for the Bulldogs.
With seniors Gina Pollice and Hanna Sarber scoring tries, and junior Hannah Koorndyk adding one of her own, Grandville held off an early onslaught from Sparta-Rock.
The LA 7s World Series tournament has an invitational surrounding it which has over two-dozen brackets, one that gives players an exciting playing experience and while also exposing them to some of the top rugby athletes around the world.
The Diatomic Warriors defeated Upright Rugby out of Ontario to win the Boys HS Premier bracket of the New York 7s Saturday in New York City.
The Warriors is a team made up of players from Xavier HS in New York, Gonzaga HS in Washington DC, and Greenwich HS in Connecticut. The squad was rounded out with three players who play their rugby in the Republic of Georgia.
The Washington Loggers state rep side has reached an agreement with the British Columbia RFU to player the British Columbia Representative XV at all age grades, U14, U16, and U18, in the summer of 2020.
The matches expand a cross-border development partnership that began in 2014, based on long-standing relationships at the men’s club level.
The New York Athletic Club Foundation collegiates dominated the opposition to win the Men's College bracket at the New York 7s.
The New York 7s is back for Thanksgiving Weekend with a long day of high-end 7s on Randall's Island in New York City.
The College and HS Brackets of the one-day tournament are, as usual, very strong. Here's a quick look:
D1A Rugby vice president Teshay Flowers sat down with Goff Rugby Report to discuss the latest developments in the competition.
Flowers discussed the development of the College Rugby Association of America, 7s, the deal with For The Fan, and how women's college rugby fits into it all.
D1A Rugby's new broadcast partner For The Fan will run a rugby marathon Saturday as part of its promotion of its rugby coverage.
For The Fan, which shows on regular TV as Eleven Sports, and on device and TV apps as For The Fan, will be showing DIA rugby games (no paywall) most of the day on Saturday.
Bellingham, Wash.–Varsity high school rugby is coming to Bellingham, Wash.
The Chuckanut Bay Athletic Association (CBAA) has reached a formal agreement with the Bellingham School District to develop new girls and boys rugby teams at each of three high schools in the Northwestern Washington city—Bellingham HS, Squalicum HS, and Sehome HS.