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Atlantic Coast Releases 2011 Schedule

The Atlantic Coast Rugby League has launched their 2011 schedule. Made up of teams from universities that participate in the ACC, the Atlantic Coast Rugby League was one of the first Division 1 Conferences to cross traditional LAU and TU boundaries in spirit of what was best for the game and their teams.

Set to kickoff at the end of February, the conference plays over the course of eight weekends and culminates in the ACRL Championship on April 23.

ACRL teams include North Carolina, North Carolina State, Wake Forest, Duke, Virigina Tech, Virginia, Maryland, Georgia Tech, and Clemson.

2011 Atlantic Coast Rugby League  Schedule

February 26th

Wake Forest @ Clemson

NC St. @ Georgia Tech

Virginia Tech @ Duke

Maryland @ North Carolina

March 5th

Virginia @ NC St.

Maryland @ Wake Forest

Georgia Tech @ Duke

North Carolina @ Clemson 

March 12th

Clemson @ Georgia Tech

March 19th

Virginia @ Georgia Tech

Virginia Tech @ Clemson

Maryland @ NC St.

Duke @ North Carolina 

March 26th

Wake Forest @ Virginia Tech

North Carolina @ NC St.

Duke @ Virginia

April 2nd

Virginia @ Maryland

Clemson @ Duke

Georgia Tech @ Wake Forest

North Carolina @ Virginia Tech

April 9th

NC St. @ Wake Forest

Clemson @ Virginia

Virginia Tech @ Maryland 

April 16th

Wake Forest @ Virginia

Duke @ Maryland

Georgia Tech @ North Carolina

 NC St. @ Virginia Tech

April 23rd

ACRL Championship Game

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This entry was posted on October 4, 2010 by in College Rugby.
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