Conference Champions BACK TO BACK

November 9, 2015

Your Screaming Minks once again were crowned the Cardinal Conference Champions after overwhelming vicotories this past weekend at the conference tournament.  Saturday in the first semi-final W&L easily posted 82 points against a Hampden Sydney side.  W&L 82 – HSC 10.  Sunday’s championship match had W&L outpacing CNU 37-10.  Next stop, East Coast Regionals at Mt St Mary’s Univerisity in Emmitsburg PA on Dec 5-6.


CCRC Tournament Schedule – This Weekend

November 2, 2015

W&L received the #1 seed for this weekend’s conferenece tournement.  All matches will be played at VMI on thier North Post drill fields, located on thier back campus down by their tennis courts and baseball stadium.  Parking will be at a premium, so consider parking at W&L across from the Law School and walk the Chessie Trail to the pitches.


Saturday, Nov 7, 2015

Time Pitch Game Teams Length
0900 Turf Plate play-in Christendom v Madison 60 min
1000 Grass NChall-1 W&L v HSC 80 min
1015 Turf NChamp-1 UofR v Duke 60 min
1130 Turf CP-1 Heat v LFCC 80 min
1130 Grass D2-1 VMI v VCU 80 min
1300 Turf Dev EHC v Lynchburg 80 min
1300 Grass D2-2 ODU v UMW 80 min
1430 Grass NChall-2 CNU v Roanoke 80 min
1430 Turf CP-2 Griffins v winner Plate play-in 60 min
1600 Turf NChamp-2 W&M v UofR 60 min


Sunday, Nov 8, 2015

Time Field Game Teams Time
1000 Turf NChall-3 (3rd/4th) Loser NChall-1 v Loser NChall-2 80 min
1000 Grass D2-3 (3rd/4th) Loser D2 1 v Loser D2-2 80 min
1130 Turf CP-3 (3rd/4th) Loser CP-1 v Loser CP-2 80 min
1130 Grass NChall-4 (1st/2nd) Winner NChall-1 v NChall-2 80 min
1300 Turf CP-4 (1st/2nd) Winner CP-1 v Winner CP-2 80 min
1300 Grass NChamp-3 W&M v Duke 80 min
1430 Grass D2-4 (1st/2nd) Winner D2-1 v Winner D2-2 80 min

Another season starts today

September 12, 2015

IToday under gray sky’s the Minks travel up I-81 to face Lord Fairfax CC.  The first game of the season kicks off at 1pm. Swing by if you’re in the area.

Minks Claim National Third Place

April 21, 2015

A great season has concluded with the Minks claiming a National Third Place title for NSCRO.   Tournament match reports forthcoming.

Semi-Final: W&L 15, University of Northern Colorado 32

Third Place: W&L 44, Indiana Purdue Ft. Wayne 5

Couldn’t be more proud of our players for their heart & soul and for their dertmination throughout the season up through the final match.   All Scremaing Minks, current and former,  should be standing tall and smiling on how the club has performed.  Thanks to all players (especially our seniors), all the families and fans who came out for the matches (especially) in Pittsburgh, all our rugby alumni, and to the coaches who continue to give their time.

I’ts a good time to be a Screaming Mink!

Watch Live ~ National Championship

April 13, 2015

To watch live – go to either the NSCRO home page at on the day of the event or….

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Any questions / issues regarding the above links, please contact Jordan McMillen at

Saturday April 18 – Times shown are Eastern Time Zone
12pm – Washington & Lee University (East Coast Region Champion) vs. University of Northern Colorado (West Region Champion)
2pm – Indiana-Purdue Ft. Wayne (Central Region Champion) vs University of the Pacific (Pacific Coast Champion)

Sunday April 19
11AM – 3rd Place
1PM – Final followed by the NSCRO Awards Ceremony

Final Four Teams set and Live Streaming

April 8, 2015

Saturday, April 18
12 noon: W&L v Northern Colorado
2pm: Indiana Purdue Ft Wayne v Univeristy of the Pacific

Sunday, April 19
11am – 3rd place match
1pm – Finals immeditalty followed by NSCRO Awards Cermemony

All matches will be streamed LIVE and FREE through

Season Kick-Off Brings Victory

March 5, 2015

Match recap: Saturday, February 28:
Geoge Washington University vs. Screaming Minks

{{Lexington, VA}}  The Minks kicked the season off surrounded by 8′ of piled up snow on Wilson field today. With this being the last weekend of W&L Feb. break, we were a little short handed missing about 10-15 players. Our young players stepped-up and lots of players played out of position and did a great job. The opening ten minutes looked like we hadn’t missed a step since last season going up 12-0. After that poor scrums and a lot of penalties keep GWU in the match. It was back and forth through out the match as both teams traded the lead several times. Final score Minks 31 GWU 30. A hardly fought match against a strong Div. II team so good way to start the season. Next a long travel to VMI on March 7. Hopefully the snow wll melt and we can get into a normal practice schedule. Go Minks!!