The various college rugby seasons are well underway and we’ve got all the teams and standings for you! This year we’re including NSCRO, NIRA and USA Rugby.
In USA Rugby D1 Elite, Lindenwood defeated Life. This is the second year in a row for the Lions to take the title.
In NIRA, Dartmouth took its first NIRA title last year.
In USA Rugby D1, Air Force won the fall championship while BYU won in the Spring.
In USA Rugby D2, Vassar won the fall championship while Fresno State won in the Spring.
In NSCRO, Wayne State won their 10th title and made it back-to-back again.
NOTE: Everything is listed in alphabetical order, feel to use CTRL-F (CMD-F for MAC) to quickly find the team you’re interested in.
The NIRA semi-finals are November 9 with the higher seed hosting.
- Harvard vs Dartmouth
- US Military Academy vs Quinnipiac
- Brown vs Queens Univ
- West Chester vs Mount St. Mary’s
- Colby-Sawyer vs Univ. New England
- Bowdoin vs Norwich
NIRA Championships – Nov 17
Cambridge, Massachusetts and will be live streamed on ESPN+
D1 EliteStandings won’t be available until Spring 2020.
USA Rugby D1 Elite PlayoffsSchedule
USA Rugby D1 Elite ChampionshipSchedule
Texas Rugby UnionSchedule
USA Rugby Fall PlayoffsSchedule
USA Rugby Fall ChampionshipSchedule
USA Rugby Spring PlayoffsSchedule
USA Rugby Spring ChampionshipSchedule
NSCRO starts their regional playoffs November 9-10. View the brackets here.
- Northeast Region – hosted by Union College, Schenectady, NY
- Mid-Atlantic Region – hosted by Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA
- Central Region – hosted by Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH
- West Region – hosted by Wayne State College, Wayne, NE