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DIII College Champs Receive Suspension
Coastal Carolina suspended from activity through end of 2009.
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Coastal Carolina Takes DIII College Title
Coastal Carolina defeated Oswego State 36-15 Sunday in the final of the National Small College Rugby Organization DIII menís championships in Cherry Hill, NJ.
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Small Schools Set for DIII College Finals
The National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) will hold its DIII college national finals this weekend in Cherry Hill, NJ. (Including Salve Regina, here celebrating their 21-20 quarterfinal win over Southern Conn.)
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Louisville U. Wins in Opening Game
First game for college team in 25 years.
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After 25 Years, University of Louisville is Back on the Field
There arenít too many college rugby teams starting their inaugural season that already have an All American on their roster. But rugby remains weird that way, and so it is with the University of Louisville, which kicks off its first season in 25 years Saturday.
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Holy Cross Wins DIV Title
Only two LAUs play DIV women's college rugby, but they had a championship, which Holy Cross took with an impressive win over Albright. Holy Cross - Womenís D4 National Collegiate Champion: (FRONT, L-R) Coach Alyssa Maki, Lauren Metevier, Kelly Lyons, Stacy Powell, Mary Beth Cotty, Kate Donovan, Meghan Tenca, Sarah Arruda. (BACK) Jennifer Guzman, Meaghan Flanigan, Stephanie Thrasher, Michelle Ruiz, Kerry Sorensen, Christina Polachi, Marina Vornle von Haagenfels, Tara Greeley, Jaeyeon Lee, Elizabeth Schroeder, Elizabeth McNaught, Caitlyn Cerundolo, Elizabeth Reidy, Sinthia Pena, Alicia Peracchia, Melissa Bardaro, Cara O'Connor, Molly Oliver
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Bryant Wins Women's Small College Title
Bryant College wins the unofficial DIII national women's college championship. Bryant University, Womenís Division 3 National Collegiate Champion: (FRONT, L-R) Lauren Lastrina, Carly Warland, Lindsay Rankin, Ashley Crawfrod, Devon McCarty, Cori Marsh, Keriann Grey. (ROW 2) Katherine Corliss, Dallas Harasim, Sarah Costello, Krista Hoffmaster, Rachael Colcord, Sarah Ferguson, Allison Peppel, Raisa Dougan, Rosanna Harter, Katherine Shea. (BACK) Andriana Evangelista, Allison Salzberg, Kelly McDonough, Sarah Melly, Kyla Briggs, Kimberlee Rich, Meghan Johnson, Catherine Land, Sara Morgan, Kelly Campelia, Heather Miller, Maria Acosta, Alexandra Walewski, Ashley McNamara, Gianna Mennone, Christina Knips.
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Plymouth Wins DIII Title
May 1, 2008 Ė Plymouth State defeated Furman 22-17 to win the quasi-official menís national DIII college playoffs Sunday at Hamilton College, in Clinton, NY.
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Friends, Teammates Mourn Player's Passing
Longwood star Todd Miller passed away Sunday, one week after sustaining a head injury in a game.
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Lower Division College Playoffs Formalized
The NRSCO puts a more official-looking face on DIII and DIV championships.
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