GRR: PAC Rugby Conference
The Mid-South is back on the field and already we've got a key matchup as Top-10 teams Lindenwood (#3) and Arkansas State (#7) meet in a game that will likely be very close.
STANFORD, Calif. – California went 5-0 and won PAC 7s Champions on Sunday, taking the tournamet for the seventh time in the past eight years.
After going 3-0 to sweep pool play on Saturday, the Bears entered Sunday with a tough challenge against the UCLA Bruins in the Cup Semifinal.
It's going to be a bit of a repeat of October as November welcomes the PAC-12 Conference Sevens to Stanford.
Arizona State is back. The college program opened up its PAC Rugby Conference season with a 32-27 defeat of Utah Saturday, signalling perhaps a return to the level the Sun Devils enjoyed before a program suspension suffered a couple of years ago.
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The University of California got two tries from scrumhalf Keanu Andrade and scored 24 in each half to beat Arizona 48-17 in PAC Rugby Conference action this weekend.
In a game between the FloRugby #3 and #9, it was the higher-ranked team that came away victorious.
Freshman Kevin Saunders was brought in to start for Cal and scored the Bears' first try.