DII Mens Teams: Nashville, Chattanooga, New Orleans, Birmingham
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September 17: Nashville kicked-off the season with a bunch of new faces, making the long trek to face a very strong Charlotte team in a friendly, but was outmatched and outgunned, losing 82-0.
September 23: Nashville took multiple sides to Birmingham and played two matches versus Northern Illinois and Birmingham, splitting the two friendlies, beating Northern Illinois and losing to Birmingham.
October 7: Facing their biggest rival for the first Matrix match of the year, Nashville traveled to Chattanooga and played a great first half, but Nooga was too much and pulled away, winning 38-14.
October 14: Rebounding from their tough Matrix loss, Nashville unleashed an offensive fury with a bunch new players, throttling Hopkinsville in a friendly, 59-12.
October 28: The Possums from East Tennessee made a strong charge late in the game, but Nashville holds on for their first win in Matrix play, beating Knoxville 36-24.
November 4: Nashville closes out the Fall session with a commanding win over the Memphis Blues 30-7 finishing the Fall season 2-1 in Matrix play, 4-3 overall.
March 3: Nashville extends it's winning streak to four matches as they topped the Possums in Knoxville, 32-14. With the victory, Nashville has all but wrapped up a spot in the True South Playoffs, improving it's record to 5-3 overall, 3-1 in Matrix play.
March 17: It was a St. Patrick's day party as Nashville played their first international match in over two years hosting the Turks & Caicos social side in friendly competition. Some great rugby, camaraderie and fun times. In the end, Nashville won 49-12; improving to 6-3 overall.
March 24: It was a rough day at the office for Nashville as in-state rivals, Chattanooga came to Nash Bash and won 32-0. It was a defensive struggle and close game in the first half, but Nooga ran away with it in the second half. Nashville is now 6-4 overall, 3-2 in Matrix play.
April 14: After a long lay-off due to bye weeks and weather cancellations, Nashville traveled down to the Big Easy for their final game of the regular season, and took care of business in a weather-shortened contest, beating New Orleans 20-8. Nashville ends the 2017/18 season 7-4 overall, 4-2 in Matrix play, qualifying for the True South Conference Championship in Nashville on April 21-22.