DIA Rugby News
Arizona visits Air Force in one of two DIA playoff games this weekend, and like the other, this one's kind of hard to predict.
The first round of the DIA playoffs is halfway done already, but two games remain, and both are compelling.
Playoffs often force some serious moves in the Men's All-DI playoffs, and we're right into playoffs now.
Given that DI-level teams have three (three!) postseasons to keep track of, we are, of course, still trying to figure out who would beat whom were they to face off.
Lindenwood University defeated Davenport 36-14 Saturday in a game that doubled as the final Mid-South league game and next week's DIA playoff.
Since Lindenwood and Davenport were slated to play in the DIA playoffs anyway, Lindenwood offered Davenport the option of making this game count twice, thus saving Davenport the trip to St. Charles, Mo. next week.
Playoff time and tour time means the number of domestic college rugby games drop considerably.
San Diego State University's men's rugby team just completed a short but fulfilling tour of the Republic of Georgia.
Top to bottom - before, during, and after Sunday's game. And players meeting the Minister of Sport.
Baylor's defeat of LSU in the Red River Conference final puts the entire DIA playoff picture into some muddiness as we await the latest rankings.
(This article contains some changes from the original based on what teams will be playing in the playoffs ... basically we shouldn't have had Arkansas State in there, sorry -AG)
Life University finished off their Mid-South season with a 6-0 record after defeating Davenport 45-11 Saturday.
Here is the list of major college DI 15s game this weekend.
The list is getting smaller as some conference seasons wind down and playoffs gear up.
We tell you a little bit about the Red River playoff, and Pacific Western playoffs, and the the Ivy League play-in.
It's rematch time as BYU hosts Central Washington in a clash of one former and one current Varsity Cup team.
There was something historic about the Saint Mary’s victory over Cal this past weekend.
Part of it might have been television - the game was shown live on Pac-12 Networks Bay Area, and on delay elsewhere. It was exciting. It was sometimes well played, and sometimes featured mistakes. And it had atmosphere - palpable atmosphere you could see on the screen.
Saint Mary’s College defeated Cal 27-24 Saturday evening at Witter Field in a stirring comeback.
This game is an enormous rivalry between the two stories rugby universities, but Cal has won easily the lion’s share of the games. But this year the Gaels came in confident, and were looking for an upset.