DIA Rugby News
The College Rugby scene isn't getting any less convoluted now that we've had a year or so to pull out of 2020's turmoil, and the question remains exactly how each college rugby team will address competition in the future.
The University of Utah has added two former Eagles and Utes alumni to their coaching staff as the program looks to climb back to the level it enjoyed 10 to 15 years ago.
BERKELEY, Calif. (Cal Rugby Press Release)– California rugby will have 13 new faces for the 2021-22 season, a class headlined by eight Californians (including seven from NorCal), two players from Connecticut and three internationals from Australia, Canada and South Africa. Get to know each of the new Golden Bears below.
Saint Mary's defeated BYU 35-28 to move to 4-0 in this shortened college rugby season.
The Gaels have beaten BYU twice, both close games, and also beaten Cal and Central Washington. For BYU, it was yet another close game the Cougars didn't quite win—they have been within reach of Cal, and twice with Saint Mary's, and tied Central Washington.
The captain of Life University, George Phelan joined Life as a freshman from Sedbergh School in England.
The fullback, who can play pretty much anywhere, combines leadership, athletic ability, and a deep understanding of the game toanchor the Running Eagles backline, and team as a whole.