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The Keystone Rugby Conference has seen more than its share of drama this fall as several teams vie for the chance to play a fellow conference champ at the ACRC Bowl Series.   

The key URugby matchups didn't disappoint yesterday. A number of high-stakes games took place this weekend as conference standings begin to settle out in advance of the American Collegiate Rugby Championship Bowl Series (Charlotte, N.C., Nov. 21-22). Sixteen top teams from eight conferences will get invites to play in the series. 

A number of high-stakes games take place this weekend as conference standings begin to settle out in advance of the American Collegiate Rugby Championship Bowl Series (Charlotte, N.C., Nov. 21-22). Sixteen top teams from eight conferences will get invites to play in the series. 

American Collegiate Rugby Championships

There's a little bit of change in the ACRC Coaches Poll for this week. The top three of Kutztown, Penn State, and Army stay the same despite Army's win over Penn State earlier in the season. Army's close escape from Iona might be part of the reason, while PSU seems to be improving.

Be sure to follow URugby and the ACRC Bowl Series on Twitter and Facebook for reports on fall collegiate rugby action around the country, as well as updates on the teams headed to the ACRC Bowl Championship Series in Charlotte Nov. 21-22!

Gearing up for the American Collegiate Rugby Championships Bowl Series in Charlotte, N.C., there’s a lot of tight competition in college conferences around the country. The performance of top teams in each league will determine who gets an official invite to the elite series at the Rugby Athletic Center in North Carolina’s Queen City on Nov. 21-22.

If the season ended today, 16 teams from eight conferences plus independents would meet in Charlotte as per the following breakdown of invitations. Invitations will be based on conference performance as well as strength of schedule.

Gearing up for the American Collegiate Rugby Championships Bowl Series in Charlotte, N.C., there’s a lot of tight competition in college conferences around the country. The performance of top teams in each league will determine who gets an official invite to the elite series at the Rugby Athletic Center in North Carolina’s Queen City on Nov. 21-22.

If the season ended today, 16 teams from eight conferences plus independents would meet in Charlotte as per the following breakdown of invitations. Invitations will be based on conference performance as well as strength of schedule.

American Collegiate Rugby Championships

Clemson soundly defeated North Carolina 69-0 Friday evening to lead. The win puts Clemson on top of the ACRL and in great shape moving towards the ACRC Bowl Series on November 21-22 in Charlotte, NC. Atlantic Coast Rugby League has committed their top two teams to the Bowl weekend.

Keystone Rugby Conference

In @Keystone_Rugby conference The @TempleU_Rugby Owls soundly defeated @WCUramsRugby Rams today by a final score of 68-22.

Empire Rugby Conference

Stony Brook controlled Kings Point (United States Merchant Marine Academy) throughout the contest taking an early lead and scoring all of their four tries in the first half and holding on in the second for a 30-12 victory. The win puts Stony Brook on top of the Empire Conference and in great position for the ACRC Bowl Series on November 21-22 in Charlotte, NC.

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