Olympic Rugby | Rio 2016

A Guide to Olympic Rugby Qualification | Rio 2016

Only 12 Women’s teams will participate in the Rio Olympics in 2016. Brazil will automatically qualify as a host nation along with the top four teams from the Women’s Sevens World Series. If you’re counting with us, that leaves seven open spots…how will those be determined? Read on as we’ve supplied our Olympic rugby qualification guide below. […]

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Bryant University Women's Rugby

WANTED: Assistant Women’s Rugby Coach – Bryant University Women’s Rugby

This position reports to the Director of Intramural and Club Sports, and is responsible to manage all phases of a competitive club rugby program in compliance with all program, conference, and institutional rules and regulations. Principle Accountabilities: Assistant with direct responsibility of the Women’s Rugby Program Direct one or more division area(s) (i.e. A/B teams), […]

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EPRU

EPRU Women’s Collegiate Basic Skills 7s Clinic – Feb 20

The EPRU will be hosting a Basic Skills 7s Clinic for collegiate women’s players on February 20 from 1:00 to 4:00 at Upper Providence Twp. Recreation Center, Collegeville, PA. The clinic is FREE to EPRU CIPP’d members. All others are only $10.00. To register and for more information, go to http://www.epru.org/news/womens-collegiate-basic-skills-7s-clinic

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Sao Paulo 7s - Top 4 Women's Rugby Teams

Sao Paulo 7s | 2015 – 2016 Women’s Sevens World Series Rugby

After a first round full of upsets in Dubai, the São Paulo tournament is set for more top matches Feb 20 and 21st, 2016. Dubai boasted a massive crowd for the final matches, with two of those going into extra-time. Throw in defeats for defending champions New Zealand, the continued rise of Russia, the ball skills […]

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Philadelphia Women's Rugby

Philadelphia Women’s Rugby to Host Annual Collegiate Clinic

Join Philadelphia Women’s Rugby on Sunday, February 14th from 8:30am-12pm at Temple University for a few hours of instructional rugby. The Philadelphia Women’s Rugby team along with head coach Bob Weir are looking forward to hosting local area college rugby players and providing them with individualized coaching and introducing new skill sets that will advance their rugby knowledge. PWRFC […]

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American University Women's Rugby

WANTED: American University Women’s Rugby Club Head Coach

American University Women’s Rugby is looking for a coach this upcoming Fall 2016-Spring 2017 season.  AUWRFC is a competitive DII collegiate club which practices Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5PM-7PM (4PM-6PM during Daylight Savings Time), with various fitness sessions on Wednesdays. Coaching presence would be mandatory for Tuesday/Thursday practices, and preferred on Wednesdays. All practices take place in the […]

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Wheeling Jesuit University Women's Rugby

Wheeling Jesuit University Seeks Program Starting Women’s Rugby Coach

The newest Varsity women’s college program is searching for it’s head rugby coach. The Wheeling Jesuit Cardinals will field its first women’s rugby team next fall semester. APPLY Reporting to the University’s Athletic Director, the Head Women’s Rugby Coach  is responsible for all aspects of a Women’s Rugby program including: recruiting, budgeting, practice and game coaching, […]

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World Rugby

World Rugby Adds Rankings for International Women’s Rugby

World Rugby has announced details of their official global ranking system for women’s test rugby. Some press releases claim it is the first ever, but we know that Scrumqueens has been ranking women’s rugby teams for a few years now. Maybe they weren’t “official” but it was a start! The World Rugby rankings were introduced after […]

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USA Rugby

2015-2016 D1 & D2 Women’s Club Rugby Standings

This year we’ve combined the Women’s Club Rugby standings as they travel to the same regional playoffs and National Championship. The 2015-2016 D1 & D2 seasons are well underway and we’ve got all the teams and standings for you! The league remains unchanged and is split into eight competitive regions. Overall we are looking at about 20-25 D1 […]

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