The Southeastern Collegiate Rugby Conference (SCRC) was started in 2010 to serve the needs of the collegiate rugby community and has been a consistent supporter of the sport for its member teams since inception. The SCRC has proven itself to be responsive to the shifting needs of its members and the collegiate rugby community on the southeastern United States.
Here is news from the conference:
- 2023 SCRC 15s Awards2023 Fall SCRC All Conference awards have been announced along with the Coach and Player of the year for each division. Division 1AA (26) ForwardsWill Meckauskas, KentuckyHolden Hahn, KentuckyTyler Walenga, KentuckyGage Curry, KentuckyMatthew Beacom, TennesseeBrendan Bibb, TennesseeGrant Howard, South CarolinaErik Elken, South CarolinaAndrew Townley, AlabamaJacob Floresca, AlabamaJack Madden, GeorgiaBryce Moberly, Auburn BacksJack Phillips, KentuckyLuke Keough,… Read more: 2023 SCRC 15s Awards
- 2022 SCRC 15s AwardsThe Southeastern Collegiate Rugby Conference has announced the end of season awards and All Conference selections for 2022. Coaches of the Year Division IScott Tungay, Tennessee Division IINick Prather, Auburn 2022 Players of the Year Division IJosh Shetler, Tennessee Division IIDale Hartman, Auburn 2022 All Conference SCRC Division I SCRC Division II
- 2021 SCRC 15s AwardsThe 2021 SCRC XVs All Conference team for both Division I and Division II have been announced. Selections were based on nominations from teams across the conference with each team nominating players from their own team plus also recognizing top players from their opponents throughout the fall campaign. Tennessee’s Greg Janowick is the 2021 SCRC… Read more: 2021 SCRC 15s Awards
- Closing Fall 2021The final week of the regular season will firm up the playoffs on 11/13. In Div I we know its Georgia at Tennessee and Kentucky v Clemson. In Div II it appears Memphis, Auburn, and Georgia Tech are in and its MTSU or Ole Miss in the 4th spot. Overall order of finish still has… Read more: Closing Fall 2021