Life’s visit to Davenport isn’t your typical match between teams at the opposite ends of the conference standings.
The current task of preparing for Cal is more than enough to get Saint Mary’s minds removed from the two-match losing streak and focused on beating the Bears.
Since 2011, more than 1,200 college rugby players have been publicly acknowledged for their accomplishments as scholars and athletes.
A 5-0 weekend and a tournament championship at the Four Leaf 15s made for a successful Saturday of rugby for Army.
The Zoomies’ return to the top 10 as a result of their 54-22 beat down of Colorado.
BYU proved too powerful on the day and the Cougars overwhelmed Utah to win the annual Wasatch Cup.
Weeks after a slow start prevented Lindenwood from upsetting the Running Eagles, the Lions kept pace with Life from the opening whistle, only to fall, 18-15.
If it wasn’t for the play of Konrad, the Aztecs would have never been in position to win the match, but it’s what he did on the final play of the match to seal his spot Player of the Week.
One of the biggest rivalries in college rugby will be renewed March 21 when Utah faces in-state rival BYU in the Wasatch Cup.
The weekly Mid-South showdown heads to St. Charles, Mo., this weekend where Lindenwood gets a second crack at Life.