With the aim of becoming better rugby players, and ultimately a better team, Saint Mary’s has once again compiled the most difficult schedule in college rugby.
Coaches from across the Big Ten Universities Conference have compiled a list of the league’s best performers from the fall season to be part of the 2015 All-Conference team.
Indiana's win over Rugby East Champions Kutztown pushed the Hoosiers to its highest Canterbury D1A Top 20 ranking of the season.
The series of Bowl games included several intriguing matchups, it was the game that pitted Indiana versus Kutztown that proved to be the weekend’s best fixture.
The Australian Indigenous U20 team continued their winning trend on their USA tour with a hard fought win over San Diego State.
Indiana will face Kutztown in a battle between Big Ten and Rugby East Champs. Iona take on Delaware, and St. Bonaventure plays Western Michigan.
The Wolverines were never even allowed an opportunity to hang with a determined Wisconsin side thanks to Crass and his back-to-back tries in the game’s opening 15 minutes.
With so many impressive team efforts this fall, the West inevitably has some standout performers worthy of praise for their hard work and a place on the All-Conference team.
Some took over great teams and continued to be great. Others quickly collected wins with their new squad, and some got started in building their struggling teams into great rugby programs.
Andrew Osborne, who coached Life University to a National Championship, has joined the Bonnies staff.