Chesapeake Conf. News
The Chesapeake Collegiate Conference has named its first-team and second-team all-conference players.
The University of Mary Washington had to battle for it, but came away with a four-try bonus point and a 22-12 victory over Virginia Tech in the Chesapeake Conference.
it was a muddy affair in Blacksburg, Va,, but it was enough for the Mothers to almost clinch the Chesapeake. UMW just has to garner a single bonus point from its final two league games to secure 1st place.
Big news out of Emmitsburg, Md. as Mount Saint Mary’s has elevated the men’s rugby program to the status of Premier Team Sport.
University of South Carolina won the opening Chesapeake Conference 7s tournament of the season, beating James Madison 14-7 in the final.
Played in snowy conditions at Towson University, the tournament included six teams from the Chesapeake and several others from outside the conference (including USC).
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.
James Madison played in all four of the Chesapeake Conference 7s series tournaments, and didn't win any of them, but in the final championship tournament this past weekend, JMU came through with a series of surprise results to take the title.
The University of Maryland won the 2nd Chesapeake Collegiate Conference tournament this past weekend, defeating tournament hosts James Madison in the final.
The University of Mary Washington rugby program and the Austin Huns rugby club will officially announce tomorrow a partnership.
Goff Rugby Report has released its list of top forwards in DIAA fall rugby.
The Chesapeake Collegiate Conference has named its all-conference team. The list of 28 players includes representatives from all nine teams.
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Goff Rugby Report has released its top 50 backs of the DIAA fall season.
Eastern Kentucky University hosts half of the DIAA playoff bracket, and a very, very difficult half it is.
Bowling Green plays Mount Saint Mary’s, while James Madison plays Lindenwood-Belleville in what most would say is the tougher, one through four, half of the eight-team fall playoffs.