GRR: PMC North
The Pacific Mountain Rugby Conference (PMRC) has named its playoff competitors, and eight teams spanning from San Diego to Pullman, Wash., will converge on Stanford March 28-29.
Washington State will take the second North seed to the Pacific Mountain Conference championship (March 28-29), and Saturday’s game against Central Washington proved that the Cougars deserve it. Even though the Wildcats prevailed 31-19, WSU rounded out its regular season with a playoff-worthy performance.
A nice race has developed in the Pacific Mountain Conference’s North division. Central Washington has established itself as the title favorite, but Washington State and Oregon are now embattled in a neck-and-neck for second. And there’s plenty at stake.
(originally posted on Stanford Women's Rugby)
Stanford began Pacific Mountain Conference play at UC Davis with a dramatic come-from-behind 14-12 victory.
The season is still young for those spring-oriented conferences, but a few DI colleges showed their hand in last weekend's games. The entire Pacific Mountain Conference is contesting league games on Saturday, and the South is joining the fray as well.