The Rocky Mountain men’s D1A conference has officially delayed any rugby until the fall.
The conference, which includes Colorado, Colorado State, Utah Valley, Utah State, New Mexico, and Wyoming will look at what they can do in the spring. However, playing in the early spring is difficult for those schools because it can snow well into March, sometimes later.
One of the unanswered questions in American rugby right now is how USA Rugby and National Collegiate Rugby will work together.
Lindenwood University's men's rugby program has announced some changes in its coaching staff.
Actual rugby games in America may be few and far between but already Dakota Southworth made his presence known.
Iowa Central Community College’s metronomically active flanker was the player of the game in last week’s outing against Iowa State, and received kudos from both coaches.
“Their #7 just has an incredible work rate,” enthused Iowa Sate Head Coach Anthony Frein.
The latest list of college commits includes some fancy talent among girls HS rugby in Wisconsin.
While the Badger State is dispersing its abilities throughout the land, on the men's side, Utah is bringing in more players, including a few transfers, while Cal has officially named its 14-player incoming freshman class. Some of those we listed before but we're listing them again.