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Men College Di Top 25 Sept 15

Tuesday Sep 15, 2009 in Rankings DI Men's College

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(From 2008-09, Navy in the rain against Virginia, who might make it to the 25 this fall. Marshall Sports Media photo.)


Results are trickling in as the college teams around the country start playing games. ERugbyNews has removed the teams currently not playing fall rugby, and what is left populates our Top 25.

Keep in mind, that only a couple of actual league games are recorded in the results below (Brockport over Syracuse 24-18 and King’s Point over New Paltz 27-0 in fact). So all teams are skating on thin ice. Their rankings are so much smoke and mist at the moment (Colorado moves to #4 thanks to a 3-0 weekend at the Jackalope tournament, which is a series of 40-minute games, for example).

All could change very easily once the standings are at issue.

One reminder about the rankings. The record listed is 80-minute games against other collegiate opponents (DII and Canadians included). The record in (parentheses) is the team’s total record, including shortened tournament games and game against men’s clubs.

Some men’s clubs feature U23 or academy teams. If a college plays those teams, we will treat the games as regular college contests.



ERugbyNews Men DI College Top 25
September 15, 2009


1. Army 0-0
2. Navy 1-0
3. Arkansas State 0-0
4. Colorado (4-1)
5. Utah 1-0
6. Dartmouth 1-1
7. Penn State 2-0
8. Ohio State 0-2
9. Colorado State (2-1)
10. Kutztown 1-0
11. LSU 0-0
12. Wyoming (1-1)
13. Central Washington 0-0
14. Rutgers 1-0 (1-1)
15. Texas A&M 0-0
16. Bowling Green 2-0
17. Minnesota
18. Boston College 0-2 (0-3)
19. Brockport 1-1
20. Syracuse 2-1 (3-1)
21. Virginia Tech (1-0)
22. Washington State 1-0
23. Air Force 1-0 (1-1)
24. North Carolina 0-0
25. King’s Point 1-0

Not playing fall rugby and therefore not ranked in the fall: California, St. Mary’s, San Diego State, BYU, UC Davis, Cal Poly, UCSB, UCLA, Arizona, Sacramento State


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