GRR: Arizona State
Arizona State pulled off a bit of a shock in women's D1 rugby, defeating Grand Canyon University 36-27.
It was a very well-played game given the layoff for both programs, but to see what is essentially a club team defeat a varsity program shows that such a result is possible.
The idea that college rugby conferences should follow college sports conferences in other sports isn't new, nor should it be followed universally, but it does have merit in specific areas.
The USA Men’s Under 20 team may or may not take the field this year—everything is up in the air—but the players selected still deserve recognition in what is becoming an increasingly competitive team to make.
Arizona State standout No. 8 Carson Shoemaker isn’t taking the honor lightly.
It was a somewhat quiet weekend in DIAA, but these players made some noise.Maaveave Petaia, University of Washington
Former center and now flanker Petaia scored two tries in a huge win over Oregon State.
Arizona State pulled off a huge victory over Utah to signal, perhaps, the beginning of its comeback to prominence in D1A.
At the center of that effort was Kyson Jester. The outside center scored three tries to lead the Sun Devils.