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The National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCO) has canceled the remainder of its season.
This includes its 15s and 7s championships, and is all as a response to the threat of the Coronavirus (COVID19).
The NSCRO Men's 15s All-Star Championships slated for the last weekend in May is still on, for the moment.
Rugby organizations around the USA have halted activities in order to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID19). They are working in conjunction with USA Rugby on these decisions.
While we have a long list below, it's all moot because USA Rugby's Board of Directors just voted to ban all rugby for 30 days.
D1A Rugby has announced that it will suspend play through the end of March.
Here is the statement released by the D1A Executive Committee:
Central Washington rode a huge second-half surge to beat Army 51-20 Wednesday afternoon in a meeting at Cal Maritime in Vallejo, Calif.
The result cemented CWU as a top-10 team, and virtually guaranteed a place in the D1A playoffs.
In This Week in College Rugby Week 9 sees an intense few days of high-ranking matchups.
Matt McCarthy takes a closer look at Army vs Cal, while Alex Goff breaks down the difference-maker in Saint Mary's vs Navy, and Gift Egbelu examines Lindenwood vs Arkansas State.