Towson opened their inaugural season in the Mid Atlantic Rugby Conference (MARC) with a trip to the University of Delaware and a nicely-taken victory.
Towson struck first when junior scrumhalfH Jake Commodari picked off an errant pass at the Delaware 10-meter-line and darted to the tryline carrying a defender to score in the corner.
The Chesapeake Collegiate Conference has named its all-conference team. The list of 28 players includes representatives from all nine teams.
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As expected, it's all down to the final weekends in the Chesapeake Conference.
For a new conference, the Chesapeake Collegiate has been a rousing success.
Few conferences can boast so many close games, and the conference itself is still hugely competitive, with five teams still in with a shot at a conference title.
The University of Mary Washington defeated Salisbury University in Fredericksburg, Va. Saturday in the 2nd Chesapeake Rugby Conference game for both teams.
UMW got out to a fast start with a try from flyhalf Terence McPhillips in the first few minutes. This began up a flurry of scoring from UMW as they posted 17 points in the first 15 minutes.
The brand-new Chesapeake Rugby Conference opened up for business this weekend with three games.
The newly-formed Chesapeake Conference has finalized its schedule for the fall of 2016.
Full game footage of the 2015 Men's DII college semifinal between Towson and Wisconsin-Whitewater.
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Bruised and battered, Towson University comes into the national men’s DII semifinals having escaped the closest of the four quarterfinals.
The Tigers held off Rowan 44-41 in the last round, and the game was every bit as close as the score indicates.
But now facing Wisconsin-Whitewater in this weekend’s semis in Greenville, SC, the Towson coaching staff has changed nothing.
Well, that could have been very different. Towson University is in the national DII semifinals, after beating Rowan, but it almost frittered away in the final moments, as Rowan scored two late tries to make it 44-41.
On a cold, wet day #6-ranked DII college team Towson University pulled off something of an upset in beating #4 Salisbury to win the Capital Rugby Conference.
The game was not a pretty one, with rain making for a slick ball, and many knock-ons. But it had plenty of drama, with Towson mounting a long goal-line stand at the end of the game to come away 13-10 winners.