Penn State’s own Justin Hundley returns to State College after 10 years away, bringing a new dynamic as an experienced coach
He sat up, held gingerly by a few hands from behind. Hearing voices from every direction, words registered, but nothing … More
Originally published at: http://d1arugby.com/news/d1a-weekend-recap-week-5/ Photo Credit: Army-West Point Now that the October 15th playoff deadline has passed, the second half of … More
This week’s D1A competition saw a plethora of top matchups across conferences, resulting in both statement wins by top contenders … More
A new conference, along with playoff realignments and a plethora of new coaching moves, promises to make this D1A Rugby’s most exciting year yet.
Top Northeast teams from the Empire and East Coast Rugby Conferences are joining D1A, giving college rugby a newfound presence in the Northeast.
CLDT is often considered one of the most difficult and taxing exercises by cadets, but also one of the most rewarding and beneficial.
Top talents from schools such as Indiana, Davenport, and Lindenwood have joined up with the Lions in search of a National Club 7s Title.
The tournament was named in 1991 to commemorate UCF rugby player Todd Miller who severely injured his neck and spine and was partially paralyzed in a match in October of that year.
Once runaway AL favorites, ‘Stros head into final months with question marks in rotation and Pen