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MAY 2, 2015 | 2pm MT / 4pm ET

VARSITY CUP

Rugby Championship

PENN MUTUAL

Varsity Cup Rugby Championship

A Tournament of Champions

The Varsity Cup is America’s top collegiate postseason championship. The mission of the Varsity Cup is to grow American rugby by harnessing the collective strength of collegiate rugby and collegiate sport in general. The Varsity Cup features twelve of the most recognized and accomplished collegiate rugby programs in the country vying for the right to be named the Varsity Cup National Collegiate Champion.

FINAL SCORE

BYU CAL
43 33

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Penn Mutual to title sponsor the Varsity Cup Rugby Championship

Penn Mutual, United World Sports and NBC Sports Group Announce Title Sponsorship of Collegiate Rugby Championship and Varsity Cup Rugby Championship Sponsorship driven by sport’s increasing popularity, solidifies Philadelphia as the home of collegiate rugby Horsham, Pa. – September 15, 2014 – The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, United World Sports and NBC Sports Group(…)

Varsity Cup adds Arizona State

Varsity Cup adds Arizona State

NEW YORK – The Varsity Cup announced Thursday that Arizona State University will join its national collegiate rugby championship postseason in the spring of 2015. “On behalf of the Varsity Cup universities and our commercial partner, United World Sports, I offer a sincere welcome to Arizona State,” said Varsity Cup founder and Brigham Young head coach(…)

Arkansas State Set to Join Varsity Cup

Arkansas State Set to Join Varsity Cup

Tweet It: @varsity_cup announces the addition of @ASTATERUGBY (Arkansas State) to the Varsity Cup Championship July 3rd, 2014 New York, NY – The Varsity Cup is pleased to announce that Arkansas State will be the newest addition to the national championship competition. For the second time in two years, the Varsity Cup will be expanding.(…)

BYU Claims 2014 Varsity Cup

BYU Claims 2014 Varsity Cup

In front of 10,172 fans, BYU defeated Cal for its second consecutive Varsity Cup title.  Leading throughout the contest, BYU defeated Cal 44-33 in at Rio Tinto Stadium. Paul Lasike opened the scoring for BYU off a line break and missed tackle from Cal. Fullback Josh Whippy popped a pass back inside after beating a(…)