Ben Pinkelman heading to Rio with Team USA
Colorado State's Pinkelman tabbed as one of the 12 to bring back gold for the USA at the Olympics.
16 D1A players to tour Australia with MCAAs
Over half of the touring Collegiate All-American represent D1A Rugby schools.
All-Americans littered with D1A talent
Forty-four players from D1A Rugby earned a place on the 2015-16 Collegiate All-Americans.
Club 7s an avenue to keep ball in-hand
D1A players have linked up with the best club teams in the country to play sevens this summer.
D1A Rugby Heads south of the equator
Several players are heading abroad this summer to challenge themselves and improve their game.
Two D1A grads help Austin to DI Club Finals
Davenport's O'Donnell and Indiana's Winn enjoyed Club Championships despite loss to Mystic River.
Gaels reflect on 6-0 run to College 7s title
Disgusted with its loss against Life in the D1A Final, Saint Mary's washed the taste of defeat out of their mouth with a College 7s National Championship.
Eleven from D1A to compete at College 7s
'15 Champs Lindenwood return to defend its title, while ten others have sights on 2016 Cup Finals.
The Coolest Kids in California
Saint Mary's College leads the way with 10 selections to California's All-Conference Team.
The All-Stars of the Mid-South
There is plenty of talent to choose from in the selections for the Mid-South's All-Conference Team.
Life captures second D1A title
National Championship MVP Harley Davidson scored a try at Saint Mary's Stadium as the Running Eagles ended a two-year title drought at college rugby's elite level
A Rivalry renewed - Life vs. Saint Mary's
Life and Saint Mary's have emerged from the D1A field to compete for a National Championship.
Saint Mary's: a club team with varsity heart
Saint Mary's Rugby might be a club sport, but its players treat it with a varsity-like work ethic.
The Life Rugby Sacrafice
Davidson and Warren didn't envision playing in the forwards, but are making massive impacts.
Semifinals: Saint Mary's vs. Utah
The Gaels beat Utah earlier this year by seven points. How will the Utes fare in the Semifinals?
Can Life tame Lions in Playoffs?
After nearly knocking off Life in March, the Lions seek a Semifinal upset of its conference rival.
The very best of the Southwest
LSU, Oklahoma and Texas A&M lead the charge in Red River's list of the conference's best players.
After falling to them twice during the regular season, can DU upset Life in the D1A Quarterfinals?
Several D1A graduates, and even a few current D1A players, have made PRO Rugby rosters.
Indiana, Life, St. Mary's and Utah all have byes, while the other 8 teams will open playoffs April 16.
Several recent D1A grads & a pair of Lindenwood freshmen help fuel a 2nd-place finish at the ARC.
8 D1A teams will battle for Top 20 positioning against out of conference opposition this weekend.
Rivalry between Davenport & Lindenwood carries extra meaning with Memorial Shield on the line.
Several teams are in Vegas to compete in 7s or 15s, while others have been named to select sides.
Life's 30-point win over the Lions is a statement heard loud & clear - the Running Eagles are good.
Life hasn't lost a conference match in two years, but the Panthers and Lions look to change that.
The Gaels have dropped three straight against BYU since defeating the Cougars in 2014.
Of the starting XV who faced Canada, nine represent schools from D1A Rugby.
Saint Mary's is the obvious favorite, but how the rest of California shapes up is anyone's guess.
Dominant performance over Gamecocks was a exactly what Life's coaching staff wanted to see.
LSU and Oklahoma appear to be conference favorites, but it's anyone's contest in the Red River.
Lindenwood bounced back with a dominating performance against Santa Clara.
Lindenwood heads west to play both the Gaels and newly-ranked Santa Clara.
MJAAs finish its second winter camp with two scrimmages against No. 3 Lindenwood.
After winning the West Conference in the fall, the Utes look towards a busy spring semester.
Saint Mary's grueling 2016 calendar begins with a challenge from San Francisco Golden Gate.
Over half of the 52 players competing at this week's U20 camp hail from a D1A Rugby program.
Several '15 grads have joined some of the best domestic clubs, while others are playing abroad.
D1A Rugby checks in with four teams about their relationship with football on campus.
Conference Champions Indiana, as well as Ohio State and Wisconsin place five players each.
West Champions Utah and a host of All-Americans fill out 1st and 2nd Team All-Conference squads.
Deadlocked at 14-14 at halftime, Indiana dominated the second half to beat Ohio State, 34-14.
A plethora of talent on display as 50 of the conference's best recognized as All-Rugby East.
Hard-fought wins over Michigan and Wisconsin place the Buckeyes and Hoosiers in the BTU Final.
Four D1A Rugby players return to their respective clubs after gaining international experience.
Big Ten's top four teams collide this weekend to decide who will play for the BTU Championship.
Nittany Lions need a bonus-point win to catch the Golden Bears and claim the Rugby East title.
Arizona, Colorado, Oregon St. & Utah seek Cup contention at this weekend's PAC 7s Championship.
Led by senior Peter Malcolm and a host of up-and-comers, Wheeling Jesuit is on the rise.
Penn St. tries to stay within arm's reach of KU vs. Iona, and the Bonnies & Cardinals are in action.
Using the fall to compete in 7s and develop 15s, the young Wildcats are making positive strides.
Purdue shrugs off Illinois for its first win, while Indiana and Michigan win with ease.
Utah has been putting teams to the sword, but the rest of the West standings are up for grabs.
Plus, No. 15 Ohio St. & No. 13 Wisconsin win big, while Illinois takes its second consecutive match.
No. 9 Indiana has a chance to make a statement versus Davenport, Life returns against Clemson
Indiana, Ohio St. & Wisconsin are undefeated, but other teams are ready for second half success.
Usual suspects Army, Kutztown & Penn State lead the table, while WJU and Iona aren't far off.
Playing both sevens and 15s, the five-team California Conference is staying busy during the fall.
Equipped with one of the most dynamic backlines in the country, Indiana is ready for big a season.
The 20th-ranked Gaels have already won more matches than last year and are looking for more.
The Buffaloes also impress in their opening weekend win over rival Colorado State
Top-five teams Davenport, Life and Lindenwood gear up to improve during nonconference games.
Addition of Utah and three coaching replacements mark a season of change in the West.
Kutztown and Penn State win in dominating fashion, and Iona moves to 2-1.
Indiana looks like favorites, but several other teams look capable of making a run at the BTU title.