The location for USA Rugby's 2019 Collegiate 7s National Championships have been finalized, with Tucson's Kino Sports complex playing host on Memorial Day Weekend, May 24-26.
Loudonville, NY – Siena College has hired Greg Matthew of Loudonville, NY as rugby coordinator, a new position specifically created to recruit students to Siena.
The Southern Rugby Conference has confirmed its schedule for this fall, with both the Eastern and Western divisions kicking off this weekend.
The Wisconsin Illinois Iowa Men's D2 collegiate league has set its schedule.
EASTON, Mass. -The Norwich University men's rugby team won its second straight conference 7s championship to punch its ticket to the USA Rugby 7s National Championship at Infinity Park in Glendale, Colorado for the second straight year. The tournament will take place the weekend of May 19th and 20th.
John Roberts, who founded the Furman rugby team in 1998 and developed it into one of the nation’s top small college rugby programs, has stepped down as head coach.
Sacred Heart, which won the Tri-State Conference in the fall of 2016 and finished 2nd in 2017, is shifting to the New England Wide Conference for the 2017-18 season.
Head Coach Ray Peterson said that the move was precipitated by a desire for more consistent competition, and also travel considerations.
Western State and Montana State are already on a winning road in the Rocky Mountain Men's DII Conference.
The new Midwest DII Conference could be a dark horse in the playoff picture, with several solid programs that ave won at the DII or NSCRO level.
Among them is Bethel College in Mishawaka, IN. With Gil Gadia in as Head Coach and Darrell Knowlton, assistant coach in charge of the forwards, Bethel has moved up from NSCRO to try its hand at DII.
USA Rugby has named their men's Collegiate All Americans.
This list is not the list of who will play for the All Americans this September against Oxford University. Instead, this is the list of players honored as the best at their positions.
To see more recognition for men's college players go to the following
Big news came out of Charlotte, NC earlier this spring when Queens University of Charlotte announced that it would start up a men’s and women’s varsity rugby program.