We've got our sx finalists for the three tiers in the National Intercollegiate Rugby Association (NIRA), after some dramatic semifinals on Saturday.
The University of California women's team might not have concentrated on 7s training, but it didn't really matter.
Cal won the Pacific Mountain West women's 7s championships this past weekend at Stanford, overcoming an early loss to the hosts to beat San Francisco, Chico State, Fresno State, and, in the final, Stanford.
It’s NIRA playoff time already with 12 teams looking for championship in three divisions.
The National Intercollegiate Rugby Association pits varsity women’s programs against each other. The top tier features five teams, reduced from previous years as the balance of power and strength levels out.
That’s why we’ve seen Brown, West Chester, and AIC move into a 2nd tier.
The Fall 2019 playoff brackets are set for the USA Rugby Women's Collegiate Fall Championships.
Defending women's DI fal champion Air Force is set to face a very tough Indiana team in the Round of 8. Air Force defeated Wyoming 83-19 over the weekend to win the Rocky Mountain Conference behind the superb work of Adrienne Yoder at center.
The Tri-State Conference crowns a champion in its women's bracket this weekend.
Vassar takes on surprise semifinalists RPI and Fairfield plays Marist.
The Men's Pacific Western Conference and the Women's Pacific Mountain West Conference will hold their 7s championships November 2 at Stanford University.
The tournament will be shown live on Facebook (link coming).
Dartmouth defeated Harvard 41-22 to win the Women's Ivy League Championship on Saturday, garnering some payback for a 50-34 Harvard win earlier in the fall.
Freshman Kristin Bitter scored a try, four conversions, and a penalty to log 16 points, while junior Idia Ihensekhien ran in three tries.
Who's going to make it to the women's DII college playoffs? Here's a look at some of the conferences and how close they are to finding a champion.Rugby Northeast
Colby and Bryant are still undefeated and will meet each other this coming weekend. Both are 5-0 and it's a simple case of these two battling it out.
The National Intercollegiate Rugby Association top tier is almost done with its regular season, with Harvard and Dartmouth winning big this past weekend.
It's that time again, as we start to think who might be the top college rugby players in the country.
That would be the Rudy Scholz Award for men and the MA Sorensen Award for women. The awards are selected by a combination of fan voting, coach voting, and a panel of experts.
LAFAYETTE, CO - The Fall 2019 Men’s and Women’s Championship Series, along with the Men’s D2 National Championship, will commence December 7th-8th at the The Mecklenburg County Sportsplex @ Matthews in Charlotte, NC.
NSCRO has officially awarded the hosting rights for its Fall men’s playoffs.
The selection process for the Spring playoff and National Championship events is underway.
The Central Region Championships for both the Challenge Cup and Champions Cup will be hosted by the City of Columbia, MO. on 9-10 November 2019 at the Scott Boulevard Fields in Columbia, Mo.