Arkansas St edges Clemson

Arkansas State scored two tries in the second half to come from behind and defeat Clemson University 14-10 Saturday afternoon in the Mid-South Conference. It was a tight game throughout, and was a tough oss for the Tigers, who fielded ten players under the age of 20...Read More


Lindenwood Shuts Out Clemson

Lindenwood University shut out Clemson 39-0 Saturday night in St. Charles, Mo., putting together a fairly impressive defensive display. Clemson battled through the entire game and had some scoring opportunities, but the...Read More


Davenport Strikes First Mid South

The Mid-South Conference opened play this week, with one conference game and one conference member getting an early season run out. Davenport dispatched Clemson 35-14 for its second ever win against a Mid-South opponent...Read More


Clemson Player of the year

A move to a new position helped make James Rogers' senior season with the Clemson University rugby team a special one. A graduate of Sparta High School, Rogers capped a memorable rugby career...Read More


Rugby Celebrates 50th Anniversary

More than 200 Clemson Rugby alumni, with families in tow, converge on Clemson's campus April 7-9 for an anniversary celebration. But the occasion does more than mark 50 years that the program has been on campus; it provides current and former players...Read More

Strong Second Half Sees Clemson Past Dartmouth

In front of hundreds of rugby alumni and fans, Clemson defeated Dartmouth 36-29 to advance to the quarterfinals of the Penn Mutual Varsity Cup. After losing to Dartmouth two years ago in the first round, the Tigers enacted some revenge thanks to a strong second half performance...Read More

Lindenwood Clemson Advance Lvi Crc Cup Final

The cup semifinals in the 2017 Las Vegas Invitational College Rugby Championships Qualifier consisted of a blowout and nail-biter. In the first semifinal between #1 Lindenwood and #5 Notre Dame College, the Lions trounced the Falcons...Read More

Varsity Cup Finalizes Brackets

Fourteen well-regarded college teams will compete in a four-weekend playoffs. Two teams - the top finishers from 2016 that remain in the competition - will get a bye. The opening round kicks off April 8 at six different universities across the nation, followed by the April 15 quarterfinals and April 22 semifinals before the May 6 Varsity Cup final...Read More

Tight Contests Mid South Opening Weekend

The Mid-South conference opened play this weekend with a pair of close games. Life edged Lindenwood 24-18 in Georgia but the big winner of the weekend was Clemson. In their first ever DIA match, The Tigers won a thrilling 34-33 shootout over Davenport in South Carolina....Read More