College Bowl Series News
SUNY Binghamton won the Empire Conference, but school schedules precluded a trip to the DIAA playoffs - no matter, there’s a Bowl Series game to be won, instead.
The University of Delaware Blues Hens finished off their fall with their first win of the season, and perhaps turned a corner.
The Bowl Series kicked off Saturday with three very intriguing challenge matches held at Iona College.
The game of the day may well have been the opening game, as hosts Iona faced off with ECRC champs AIC. Iona has shown they don’t really like to back down from any opponents, and the Gaels brought an aggressive, hard-charging defense to the contest.
It will be a busy couple of weeks for the Play Rugby USA Academy program as the Bowl Series weekend and then the New York 7s bring some serious competitive opportunities.
Play Rugby will be part of a strong contingent of HS 7s teams playing in between Bowl Series college games this weekend at Iona College. Then next week things get possibly even tougher at the New York 7s.
The Rugby Bowl Series schedule has been set, with 12 college rugby teams facing off this coming weekend at Iona College.
Jimmy Wolfer scored three tries and 23 total points while Chris Curcio scored twice as Saint Joseph's defeated Rutgers to win the Keystone Conference championship Sunday.
Colleges attending the Bowl Series at Iona College November 18-20 will participate in a college fair at the same time.
The college rugby Bowl Series is back for another year, with a three-day event to be held at Iona College in new Rochelle, NY.
The Rugby East fall 2016 schedule has been finalized, with nine teams playing each other once through a busy regular season.
When we at Goff Rugby Report World Headquarters chose Malcolm May as the best forward in Men’s Di college rugby this fall, the choice had to be made having not seen all of the candidates - so we relied in part on coach feedback, and that’s where May excelled.
As college rugby teams do a better job of attracting more athletic players to the game, creating varsity and quasi-varsity programs, and breaking away from the old club model, it’s worth noting when an old-school club team does well.