Below are the updated standings for active DI and DII women's college conferences. There were a slew of forfeits, postponements and cancelations last weekend, so there wasn't too much movement in any league. One important update occurred in Southern California, as CSU Fullerton was removed from the standings, as were the forfeit wins it afforded league mates.
It was billed as the “game to watch,” and CSU Northridge and UC Riverside did not disappoint. With 10 minutes remaining in the game, Riverside trailed USA Rugby’s DII national runner-up by two points, but then a yellow card opened up the necessary space for CSU Northridge to run in three tries to finish the game 38-17.
The current USA Rugby DII women’s college champion, Mary Washington, has announced the availability of rugby scholarships.
Two of three women's DI college games scheduled for the Pacific Mountain Conference South came off last weekend, and both were good battles. The Arizona State vs. UCLA game did not occur due to a referee mix-up, but the Bruins made good on a 26-16 victory over UC Santa Barbara and leap-frogged its opponent in the standings.
Life University has recorded another intimidating win in the South Independent DI women’s conference. After opening up its first-ever matrix season with a 90-0 win against Florida State last weekend, the Running Eagles trampled Tennessee 122-0 on Saturday.