Playoff Race in Full Swing in SCRC

Who's tops in the Southeastern Collegiate Rugby Conference? According to Tennessee head coach and SCRC league secretary Martin Bradley, the conference championship, which takes place Nov 15-16 in Columbia, SC, looks to play out this way:

Quarterfinals

  • East (two of three): Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina
  • West (two of three): Alabama, Mississippi State, Auburn

Semifinals

  • West 1 will play East 2
  • East 1 will play West 2 

There’s plenty of action before the clash in Columbia, though, as the top two teams from the East and West divisions will be determined by league play over the next three weekends.

The two top teams in the league will qualify and attend the ACRC Bowl Series in Charlotte, N.C. on Nov. 21-22. The SCRC Champion will square off against the ACRL (Schools of the ACC) Champion.  Read More»

SCRC weekend matchups 

Mississippi State @ Alabama

Mississippi State leads the SCRC West Division with a 4-0 record, while a strong Alabama team seeks to preserve its 2nd spot in the West and bounce back from a tough road loss to USC on Oct 11.

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Vanderbilt @ South Carolina

After winning big against Kentucky, USC hopes to take care of Vanderbilt before a meeting with the UT Volunteers on Nov. 8. 

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About the ACRC Bowl Series

High-level collegiate rugby competition comes to Charlotte, N.C. Nov. 21-22, 2014 with the inaugural American Collegiate Rugby Championship Bowl Series. This series of matches in traditional bowl format brings the very best college rugby teams from around the country to Charlotte’s Rugby Athletic Center, a sports and events venue located just three miles from downtown.

The ACRC Bowl Series will feature eight championship bowl games over two days. The champions and runner-ups have been selected to compete from the Atlantic Coast Rugby Conference, the East Coast Rugby Conference, the Empire Rugby Conference, the Keystone Rugby Conference, the Mid American Rugby Conference, the Rugby East Conference, the Southeastern Collegiate Rugby Conference, and the Southwest Collegiate Rugby Conference.

The tournament is managed by URugby, a division of Sevens Sports LLC, a sports event management and marketing company specializing in creating great experiences around the sport of rugby.

Competition gets underway under the lights Friday evening Nov. 21, and heats up Saturday as the best college teams in the nation take to the pitch to compete for hardware and glory.

Be a part of the inaugural ACRC Bowl Series

A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact sponsor@URugby.com or call Stephen Siano 610.389.4474