Navy defeated Iona 25-7 Saturday on the same day that Iona dedicated the Quinn's Corner, in honor of Iona rugby alum Pat Quinn and his campaign against ALS.
Here are the men's D2 college games going on this weekend.
See the Men D2 Rankings here.
This is a big weekend as the Great Midwest really gets going and the teams in the Northeast also start play.
The Men's D2 college leagues are underway; here's a look at what has happened so far:
Upstate New York: League action begins this weekend with Buffalo State at Fredonia and SUNY Geneseo at RIT. NEWCRC also opens September 15, as does Northern Lights and Rugby Northeast.
The United States Naval Academy Rugby program had three teams play this Saturday, September 8, with all three Midshipmen teams coming away winners.
AIC opened its inaugural DiA season by defeating DIAA and Ivy League squad Yale 38-19.
Center Filippo Banzato opened the scoring four minutes in, capping off an attacking move from a lineout. Lock Malik Walker rambled in from midfield and then Bonzato neeted his second for a 19-0 lead after 30. Yale replied to make it 19-7 at the break.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. —Arkansas State University’s men's rugby team used its depth to unleash firepower on both sides of the ball to defeat Alabama 51-6 in preseason action.
The Southern Rugby Conference has confirmed its schedule for this fall, with both the Eastern and Western divisions kicking off this weekend.
During Navy Rugby’s annual “With You” fundraising dinner this year, the first two Women’s Navy Rugby players will be inducted into the Navy Rugby Hall of Fame. This is the third Hall of Fame class to be inducted into the Navy Rugby Hall of Fame. The Navy Men’s program was established in 1963 and the Women started in 1995.
The Wisconsin Illinois Iowa Men's D2 collegiate league has set its schedule.
The Gold Coast Men's D1 collegiate conference has selected its MVP and all-conference picks.
RuggaMatrix is BACK and Alex and Bruce check in on why it's getting harder, not easier, to go straight from the college ranks to the Eagles and other elite levels.
No holds barred, as usual.
The Legion out of Virginia won the Boys HS bracket at the Monk Vaughan 7s in Richmond, Va. Saturday.
In a competitive bracket, Legion edged Vienna 19-17 in pool play, and also beat Norfolk-Newport News (by a lot).
Fort Hunt was a surprise 0-2 while Richmond won that pool by beating Fort Hunt and Rugby VA.