Scores and box scores from the Fall College playoffs.
USA Rugby has announced locations and dates for 2018 Fall College Championships and Men's D2 National Championship Series. Vassar College, Scott Boulevard Fields, East Carolina University, and Mount St.
Marist won an exciting final of the Tri State Conference, beating Albany 20-10 to take the championship this past weekend.
With the weather finally turning warmer, it was a perfect day for 7s at Fairfield University. Sixteen teams took part in the event, with four pools of four.
KUTZTOWN, Pa. - The Kutztown University men's and women's rugby clubs have been promoted to Elite Status, effective January 2018.
CHARLOTTE, NC – The Queens University of Charlotte men’s and women’s rugby teams opened there inaugural seasons over the weekend with a pair of wins. The men defeated Furman’s B squad by a score of 63-13 while the women defeated Elon, 94-0.
Big news came out of Charlotte, NC earlier this spring when Queens University of Charlotte announced that it would start up a men’s and women’s varsity rugby program.
It's a small but very important weekend for college rugby, as six major championships are decided.
Kennesaw State has earned the right to face Davenport in the women's DII championship final.
The women's spring DII semifinals are all set for this weekend at Stanford University.
Grand Canyon University made it to the national spring DII women’s college semifinals in the program’s first year in existence.
GCU defeated Western Washington 29-5 on Saturday in the spring quarterfinals, and then survived a tough game against Fresno State, scoring two late tries to come back and win 36-28.
This weekend sees the Women's DII College spring playoffs, with 12 teams in a 1st round an two more getting a bye to the quarterfinals.
All are (we expect) looking for a win April 23 and then a Spring Champion v Fall Champion (Davenport) final in May. Davenport is a formidable opponent, but this run through the playoffs will be good preparation.
Charlotte, NC – Queens University of Charlotte Director of Athletics Cherie Swarthout has announced the addition of men’s and women’s rugby to the departments sport lineup. Both teams will begin competition in the spring of 2018.