UCLA vs PSU Penn State - Collegiate Rugby Championship

Men’s Pool B, UCLA v.Penn State: The Nittany Lions crossed first for the 7–0 lead. But an error on the restart followed by a bonehead mistake immediately after saw Penn State playing a man down with UCLA having a freekick at centerfield. Eric Naposki scampered away for the Bruins’ try. The conversion struck off the post, keeping Penn State ahead by two. UCLA, however, was unable to take the lead. In the end, there were no more points claimed in the first half.
In the second half, Cian Barry’s first try and fifth conversion of the tournament put UCLA on top 12–7. But the lead was only temporary as Penn State’s Jack McLean broke free for his second converted try of the match. Penn State’s second try of the half gave Penn State the 19–12 lead with just a restart to come. Penn State looked to have it won but instead of kicking to touch, the Nittany Lions’ player threw the ball to touch, giving UCLA one final shot to tie it. UCLA, thanks to John McKeon timely feeding the rock to Eric Naposki for Naposki’s fourth try of the tournament pulled off the stunning draw.