Four thrilling College Premier Division (CPD) matches are set to take place on Saturday May 7 as the postseason gets underway. The top seeds from each of the four conferences earned home field advantage for their performances during the regular season.
BOULDER, Colo. – Four men’s and women’s Division I college rugby teams rose above the rest to advance to the Emirates Airline USA Rugby Men’s and Women’s Division I College Semifinals to be held in Stueber Rugby Stadium in Stanford, Calif. on May 13. The National Championship games will be played on May 14 in Stanford
Harvard, Bowling Green, Davenport, and UCSB all made it through the Rounds of 8 and Rounds of 16 and are set to clash at Stanford on May 13 to determine which teams will take the field for the final on May 14.
Eight teams in the Men's DI College playoffs have been decided after a great day of rugby action at various locations across the country. After today, only four teams will stay standing and qualify for a spot in the Emirates Airline USA Rugby 2011 Men's DI College Semifinals to take place on May 13 in Stanford, Calif.
The DII College Championships are set to take place tomorrow in Pittsburgh. Univ. Wisconsin - Whitewater will take on Middlebury and on the women's side Notre Dame will play Radcliffe College. Kickoff is at noon eastern time tomorrow.
Cougar Women's Rugby, Army, Virginia, and Penn State have all punched their respective tickets to the DI Women's College Semifinals and Championships in Stanford, Calif. after a thrilling weekend of playoff rugby.