Three games, at the moment anyway, look to be on the slate in men's college rugby this weekend; let's keep the fingers crossed they can play them.
First up is the rematch between Arkansas State and Lindenwood. ASU has to feel like they didn't capitalize on the pressure they built a month ago. So have they been able to improve in training since then? Quite possibly.
The Tropical 7s week, which culminates in the tournament April 2-3, is looking nicely put together, but there are still spots open.
As more regions become more open to training and play, more teams are able to get themselves ready.
Iowa State University Head Coach Anthony Frein used hard work, flexibility, communication, and an attention to detail to get his ISU Cyclones college team to play games during the COVID Pandemic.
Normally we rank men's college teams by division, with a D1A ranking separate from a D1AA ranking or DII, but this year is, of course, different from most, and we're just happy to see teams playing.
On Sunday, February 21st at LD Bell High School in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex, the Dallas Reds, together with Gorilla Rugby, hosted a College Rugby Showcase for High School players.
Rugby players from 16 California High Schools and eight Texas High Schools were in attendance.