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.
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.
A 70th minute try from fullback Jake Lachina was the only try of a torrid second half as West Point defeated Navy 27-22 in the annual Army-Navy game.
The try was Lachina’s fourth of the day, as the wing scored three tries before the 15th minute.
One of the great college rugby rivalry games kicks off Saturday as the US Naval Academy hosts West Point in Annapolis.
This is a clash that has often defied predictions - seemingly struggling teams can often come out and win a supposedly superior opponent. That’s because this game means more to everyone - the players, the coaches, the fans - than any other.
In a tight and fairly dramatic clash between two very old rivals, Navy edged Penn State 24-20 in a non-conference game.
The four-team meeting of Life, Clemson, Air Force, and Navy finished off Sunday with Air Force and Life coming away victors.
The United States Naval Academy looked impressive in the program’s opening game of 2016.
Playing in a four-game-four-team weekend in Charlotte, NC, Navy used a superior scrum and some excellent defensive pressure to beat Clemson 36-12.
The US Naval Academy capped off a 5-0 fall with a 37-17 defeat of Notre Dame College Saturday.
Navy and the Falcons were tied 17-17 just after halftime, but then Navy broke away in the second half.
The US Naval Academy had some work to do but managed to defeat University of Notre Dame 25-3 Friday night in South Bend, Ind.
The US Naval Academy regained the Shea Cup with an impressive 28-0 shutout of Air Force Friday night at Annapolis.