EASTON, Mass. -The Norwich University men's rugby team won its second straight conference 7s championship to punch its ticket to the USA Rugby 7s National Championship at Infinity Park in Glendale, Colorado for the second straight year. The tournament will take place the weekend of May 19th and 20th.
Sponsored by the Washington Athletic Club of Seattle, the Rudy Scholz Award is presented to the top men's DI college rugby player for the school year 2017-18, and the MA Sorensen Award is presented to the top women's DI college player.
After a panel created a list of nominees, and fans and coaches voted, we are down to five finalists for each category. Here they are:
Big news out of Emmitsburg, Md. as Mount Saint Mary’s has elevated the men’s rugby program to the status of Premier Team Sport.
Coaches of college rugby teams can vote in a special poll to help select the finalists for the Rudy Scholz and MA Sorensen awards for the top men's and women's college rugby players.
While there is a poll for fans ...
Go here for the Scholz fan poll.
UMW won the 2018 Cherry Blossom 15s Tournament this past weekend, going 6-0 over two days and scoring 229 points to their opponents' 37.
This historic tournament, in its 52nd year, featured Virginia Tech, SUNY Oswego, RPI, Christendom, Univ of MD, Georgetown, Xavier of Cincinnati, Salisbury, and Towson St among others.
A panel of coaches, administrators, and media members have selected the nominees for the 2017-18 Rudy Scholz Award.
Rudy Scholz was a standout for Santa Clara and won two Olympic gold medals in rugby in 1920 and 1924. He now lends his name to the award for the best men's D1 college player of the season.
(Cal Rugby Release)On the weekend of Charter Day celebrating the 150th anniversary of the University of California, 13 Golden Bears scored a total of 17 tries, including three by winger Justin Dunn, as Cal beat Dartmouth College, 101-31, Saturday on Witter Rugby Field.
In 2019 the University of Arizona Rugby Club will celebrate 50 Years and at that celebration, the Trustees of the Arizona Rugby Alumni Association will honor legendary former Coach William David Sitton by his induction to the Arizona Rugby Hall of Fame.
The Southern Rugby Conference 7s series continues this weekend with UNC-Charlotte in the lead.
After the first tournament, held at The Citadel, UNC-C defeated Furman in the final 36-7. All of the teams involved get points in the series, and 16 college programs are involved.
Here are the standings and results from The Citadel.
The Ariel Re 7s kicks off this coming weekend, with 16 college 7s teams, plus some high school and youth teams, at the National Sports Centre of Bermuda.
AIC and Colgate will enter two teams in the women's bracket, while the Bermuda All Stars and Ithaca field one team each.
Boise State pulled off a bit of a surprise result in the Northwest Collegiate Rugby Conference, beating Oregon 53-28.
Led by a superb defensive effort from No. 8 Joe Green, Boise State put in one of its more complete efforts.
BSU started six freshmen and three sophomores.
SAN JOSE, Calif. – Ranked 1st in the DIAA Pacific Western Rugby Conference, Chico State University heads down to play #2 Stanford University at Steuber Stadium in Palo Alto Saturday in a meeting of undefeated teams.
This game will likely decide who finishes in 1st in the conference.