Monday Morning Halfback: Tickets Punched in College Rugby
Close contests and exciting outcomes characterized college rugby this past weekend, with big wins from the likes of Kutztown, Syracuse and Tennessee helping solidify conference standings. (Photo by Ryan Connnors)
Mid American: Cincinnati Makes Statement
The Cincinnati Bearcats refused to be intimidated by 13th ranked Bowling Green, defeating the Falcons by a decisive margin.
Rugby East: Kutztown Takes Army in Homecoming Win
Kutztown University (5-0-0) defeats Army (5-2-0) 39-26 on Kutztown's home rugby pitch. A large homecoming crowd cheered on the Golden Bears all afternoon.
SCRC: Tennessee Tames Bulldogs
The Tennessee win over Georgia puts the Vols into the Southeastern Collegiate Rugby Conference playoffs. The SCRC championship game will take place at the ACRC Bowl Series in Charlotte.
Big 10: Indiana Overcomes Michigan State
Indiana defeated Michigan State 64-3 today in Bloomington. It was wet, but that didn't slow down IU's game. Jake Hidalgo scored two of the first three trys for the Hoosiers.
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Empire: Syracuse Wins a Big One
An upset victory over Colgate puts the Orangemen in the Empire Conference final vs Stony Brook. The Raiders could only manage a penalty kick conversion until finally scoring a try at the 78th minute.
ACRL: Clemson Claims Two-Fer
The Clemson Tigers started and ended their weekend with victories in visits to College Park and Charlottesville.
Mid American: West is Best in Michigan
Western Michigan finished the season undefeated in a very tough Mid American Conference, meaning the #13 Broncos have shown they know how to handle Cincinnati and Bowling Green heading into the conference championships in Cincinnati.
ECRC: Boston Unbowed
Fairfield put up a fight, leading at the half, but were worn down by an offensive surge from Boston College as the Eagles eventually prevailed 66-20 to stay undefeated and tied for first with AIC.
Bowl Series Coming in November!
The ACRC Bowl Series returns to the Rugby Athletic Center in Charlotte, NC Nov. 20-22, 2015. The fifteens invitational showcases college conference champions and select teams from around the nation. Read More »