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University of North Texas claimed the SWC championship victory last night by defeating Texas State by a score of 32-15. Their win, combined with their undefeated regular season sealed the championship.
The ACRC Bowl Series takes place at Charlotte’s Rugby Athletic Center, a state-of-the-art facility located on 13.4 acres just south of downtown. Among the amenities available to Bowl Series players and attendees are a clubhouse, spacious locker rooms, concessions and libations from the Third Half Pub and a VIP level with complementary food & drink and tables overlooking the pitch.
The ACRC Bowl Series in Charlotte, N.C. will kick off Friday, Nov. 21 with a high school game at 4 p.m., followed by a 6 p.m. game between Boston College (East Coast Rugby Conference) and Iona (Rugby East Conference).
It was beginning to look like a classic Kutztown comeback as the Golden Bears pounded out 11 unanswered points late in Saturday’s game against Army. The Black Knights had utilized their formidable defense to hold the powerful Kutztown forwards to less than 20 points before the late surge, which left Kutztown up with 4 minutes to play.
The ACRC Bowl Series in Charlotte, N.C. is proud to announce Boathouse Sports as a major event partner. Boathouse Sports designs custom performance apparel for elite sports teams around the country including a number of collegiate rugby squads.
The Mid American Conference tournament, which takes place Nov. 8-9, will be a high-stakes affair for the powerhouse squads at the top of this league, known nationwide for being well-stocked with schools committed to excellent club rugby. The tournament winner earns a berth at the ACRC Bowl Series in Charlotte, N.C. on Nov. 21-22.