College Station, Texas (Texas A&M Release) – The Texas A&M Men’s Rugby Club has announced that former Aggie Rugby halfback Ryan Marshall has joind the program as their Backs Coach for the 2017-2018 rugby season.
Marshall returns to the Aggie Rugby family after coaching the Katy Barbarians RFC high school squad for four years.
The University of Arkansas has won the Red River Conference 7s, defeating Texas A&M 17-12 in the final.
LSU can clinch the Red River South with a win over Texas A&M this weekend, but in fact it's pretty much a foregone conclusion win or lose.
LSU defeated Texas A&M 36-26 in the Red River Conference, on Saturday, while Oklahoma put Baylor to the sword with a 37-0 shutout in a pair of results that put the Red River on its head.
Texas A&M may be leading the Red River, and Baylor may be close behind (Baylor to 4-0 with Win Over Texas State), but eyes are also on LSU, especially since the Tigers will face the Aggies this weekend.
LSU just barely got by Texas A&M Saturday to remain undefeated in the Red River Conference in DIA rugby.
Texas is one game away from winning the Southwest DI conference title. The Longhorns are 3-0 and have one more match against Texas Tech this weekend, thus ending home-and-away series with its two conference mates. The league victor will move onto the fall DI championship, the details of which have yet to be released.
Texas A&M defeated TCU 29-13 Saturday in a very scrappy and somewhat uneven Red River Conference game.
The victory put A&M at 3-1 and almost guarantees the Aggies will finish 2nd in the conference behind Oklahoma, who finished their conference play in the fall and went 5-0.
One of the strange things about the Red River DIA Conference is that, while the teams involved have not finished all of their games, and have had to wait some months to finish, the league itself is decided as Oklahoma played all five of their conference matches in the fall, and won them all.