Central Washington University has posted the job description for the currently-vacant position of Men's Rugby Head Coach.
Previous Head Coach Tony Pacheco left the program in May, and the team was run by graduate assistant Todd Thornley at the recent USA Rugby College 7s Championships.
Both Central Washington and New England College will attend the Men's DI bracket of USA Rugby's College 7s Championships without a head coach, but all should be OK for the weekend regardless.
ELLENSBURG, Wash. - The Central Washington University Department of Athletics announced Thursday that Men's Rugby Head Coach Tony Pacheco is stepping down from the position he has held since 2014.
It will be BYU and Cal once again in the Varsity Cup final, but it almost wasn't.
BYU was once again formidable, with the Whippy brothers right in the middle of the action. Josh Whippy scored two early tries and Jared Whippy converted them and added a penalty which, along with tries from Zane Mendenhall and Josh Anderson, staked BYU to a 27-8 halftime lead over Arkansas State.
Could this be the year that it all gets shaken up?
You wonder. Here in the Varsity Cup, the same four teams had been in the semifinals for the last three years. That's changed this year as Arkansas State upended Navy to get to the top four. Now, could the run of three-straight BYU v Cal finals be stopped?
It could be.
Central Washington once again met the University of Utah in the Varsity Cup quarterfinals, and once again the Wildcats emerged victorious.
We're into the Quarterfinals of the Varsity Cup, and the games are a little tougher to pick, with an expectation that a couple, as least, will be close.
Playing with the wind or against it, Central Washington seems to have the run of the breeze Saturday in their opening round Varsity Cup clash with UCLA.
Here’s a quick rundown of the Varsity Cup games this weekend.
BYU smacked Arizona State 113-8 Saturday night to finish off the day's VC games.
The month of April is around the corner and that means playoff time in college rugby, including the Varsity Cup.
Well that was quick.
Seth Halliman made his debut for the USA 7s team in the squad’s opening game of the Canada 7s, and it didn’t take long for him to make an impact.
Among the teams deeply disappointed in not winning the Men’s DI College 7s Championships in Denver, Central Washington would have to be at the top of the list.
Leading Davenport 21-12 with just a couple of minutes to go, the Wildcats saw it all disappear.