National Championship Match Report

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2016 National D1 Champions

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GLENDALE, CO – The Mystics managed to stick out the full 80 minutes against the Austin Blacks in a back and forth contest that was up for grabs until the final minutes of the game. The final score was 45-33 to the Mystics, but the match was an incredibly close contest until the Mystics scored in the dying minutes to put them out of Austin reach. It was an absolute rollercoaster of a match where both teams had momentum and the lead at various stages. In case you missed it, the full match is currently available online at The Rugby Channel. Continue reading

Support the Mystic 7s at Nationals

MALDEN, MA – For the second straight year, the Mystic 7s squad played through some of the toughest 7s competition in the country en route to the 7s National Championships in Denver, CO over the weekend of August 13-14.

The Monsters from Malden are looking to improve on their top 3 finish in the 2015 tournament, and see if we can claim a 15s and 7s double for the Mystics. As always, competing on the road comes at a high cost, especially in the wake of our Championship-winning trip to Colorado in June. We are hoping that all members of Mystic Nation can contribute some small amount of money towards the trip. Continue reading

Mystics Qualify for Club 7s Nationals!

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY – The Mystics fell two points short against Old Blue in the cup semi-final at the Saratoga 7s this past weekend, but their Plate victory was enough to book their ticket to the Club 7s National Championships. The Mystics will be flying out to Denver, CO to participate in the Championships over the weekend of August 13th and 14th, and will be looking to make it a 15s and 7s double in Denver after their D1 National 15s Championship in early June.

More details will be coming soon, so stay tuned!

Middle Schoolers Make Mystic History

Middle School Tackle SquadThis past Saturday saw the Mystic middle school tackle program travel down to South Shore to participate in their first official match! We are extremely proud of the co-ed squad and hope that they can keep at it all the way through high school and beyond! Congratulations to the middle schoolers and the youth program coordinators for all their hard work.