Seattle beat New York 33-21.
The Seattle Seawolves improved to 3-2, and stayed unbeaten at home, by beating Rugby United New York 33-21 on Sunday at Starfire Stadium.
The Seawolves made their move late in the first half, turning a seven-point deficit into a 12-point lead at halftime.
After halftime, the Seawolves ran the score up to 33-14 before cruising to their second consecutive victory.
The Seawolves have a bye week next week and host the Houston SaberCats on March 10. That game will be on ROOT Sports.
Two more wins for UW softball
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The UW softball team wrapped up a 6-0 win through the Mary Nutter Classic at Cathedral, Calif.
The No. 5 Huskies (15-1) finished the day with a 4-1 win against No. 23 Texas Tech.
Madison Huskey and Taryn Atlee drove in two runs each for UW. Taran Alvelo (7-1) had her 70th complete game, giving up a run on five hits. She struck out 12 and walked one.
Earlier in the day, UW beat Northwestern 3-1. Gabbie Plain threw 41/3 perfect innings of relief for UW, striking out five to improve to 5-0.
Elaine Helm hit a two-run homer for UW.
• Jake Taylor hit a bases-clearing double in the eighth inning to lift Seattle U to an 8-6 win over Omaha at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue. Seattle U (3-4) split the four-game set with the Mavericks. Taylor was 2 for 2 with four RBI, and Justin Mazzone hit his fourth homer.
• Washington State (2-6) used a six-run eighth inning to beat host Santa Clara 10-6 and split the four-game series. Freshmen Kyle Manzardo was 4 for 5 with three RBI and Kodie Kolden was 3 for 5 with three RBI. They were teammates at Coer d’Alene (Idaho) High School.