#1 BYU vs. #6 Central Washington University

BYU advanced to the 2015 Penn Mutual Varsity Cup National Championship by beating Central Washington University in the semifinal of the Varsity Cup. The Cougars also celebrated their 50th Anniversary with Alumni and family.

#1 BYU vs. USU (March 28, 2015)

The BYU Cougars recorded two shut-outs in successive games as BYU handed Utah State a 100-0 loss on South Field to close out the 2015 regular season. The Cougars now turn to the Varisty Cup post-season where BYU await the winner of UCLA and the Air Force Academy April 11th.

#1 BYU vs. UVU (March 25, 2015)

The BYU Cougars passed the century mark against the Wolverines of UVU as they continue to march on toward the 2015 Penn Mutual Varsity Cup National Championship playoffs. BYU 109 UVU 0.

#1 BYU vs. #4 SMC (March 14, 2015)

BYU upheld it’s #1 ranking and came from 16-0 down to beat the #4 St. Mary’s College Gaels on South Field for the second time in 2015.

BYU vs. CALIFORNIA (May 3, 2014)

BYU Rugby came into the 2014 Varsity Cup Championship game looking to win its third straight national championship and second straight Varsity Cup Championship. The Cougars faced a tough University of California team in a rematch of the 2013 Varsity Cup Championship, and were able to hold off a late Golden Bears rally to win 43-33.

BYUtv: Rugby’s Pursuit to 3-Peat

BYUtv Sports reporter, Skyler Hardman goes on the field with BYU Rugby as they seek to win their third straight national championship against Cal this weekend. For more check out

BYU vs. Navy (4/26/14)

Provo, UT—The BYU Cougars weathered the rainy and windy conditions today on South Field to beat the formidable Naval Academy Midshipmen to advance to the Varsity Cup National Championship by the score of 60 to 0.

BYU vs. Utah (4/4/14)

PROVO, Utah—No.3 BYU rugby jumped ahead of No.9 Utah early Friday night and was able to hang on to win 41-21 in front of a standing-room-only crowd at South Field. With the victory, the Cougars beat the Utes for the ninth time in 10 to keep the Wasatch Cup in Provo for another year.