USA Rugby has announced the dates and matchups for the inaugural Women's Division I College Elite playoffs.
The eight teams will be split into two pools of four, with the highest-seeded team in each pool hosting the first and second round matchups.
The Tri-State Conference has named its Women's All-Conference team:
Maggie Allardice, Junior, No. 8
Sharnice Jones, Senior, Fullback
Kasey Dolan, Senior, Flyhalf
Brittaney Smith, Senior, Prop
The UVa women's team gathered its third win of the season after defeating East Carolina, Tennessee, and NC State.
The Virginia players found their toughest competition thus far in NC State, yet even though UVa inside center Zoe Schmitt claims the score doesn’t reflect the actual game, UVa shut down NC State to take home a 75-0 victory.
Sean “Tag” Cobb posted this status to Facebook on February 5 at 4:19am: “So it is 4:00am and I can't sleep. Yesterday I was diagnosed with MS which has [led] me to think a lot about pretty much everything. Luckily it has lead me to understand how blessed I truly am.
Eastern Washington capped off an undefeated run in the Cascade Collegiate Women’s Rugby Conference with a 36-27 defeat of Western Washington Saturday.
The win put EWU at 5-0, and dropped WWU to 3-2 and out of contention for the championship game, which will be between EWU and Western Oregon. Those two teams battled to a 7-0 EWU win last fall, and so the final should be a good one.