USA Rugby National Championship Series


The 2014-2015 D1 Women’s Rugby Club is well underway and we’ve got all the teams and standings for you! Just like last year the league is broken up into eight competitive regions. Overall we are looking at about 20-25 D1 teams in the country, divided into two Leagues. The Western half of the country is competing in the […]

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USA Rugby Women’s DI and DII Regional Spring Championships – Apr 10-11, 2015

The locations and teams for the April 10-12 Women’s Division I and Division II Regional Spring Championships have been finalized. The completion of conference playoffs has seen Conference Champions into Regionals, while nine DI teams reach the round of 16 as at-large participants, and five DII teams fill out Regionals by way of at-large placement. […]

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USA Rugby Academy, Serevi Rugby announce summer 2015 Resident Camps

The USA Rugby Academy, powered by Serevi®, has announced dates and locations for its 2015 series of High Performance Resident Camps aimed at identifying top players and providing a specific development pathway to the men’s and women’s U.S. National Teams. Working alongside USA Rugby, Serevi will host four resident camps around the country providing the […]

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WANTED: USA Rugby Seeking Head Coaches for WCAAs & GHSAAs

USA Rugby is looking for candidates for head coach roles for their Women’s Collegiate All-Americans and Girls High School All-Americans. Applicant coaches must hold a Level 200 certification, while those interested in the WCAA and GHSAA positions will need a record of coaching women that demonstrates excellence over time. Leadership and communication skills will be important […]

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New Zealand beat hosts to win at Atlanta 7s

A day of sensational rugby in Atlanta finished with New Zealand winning another round of the 2014-15 World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series and edging closer to Olympic qualification. The defending champions beat their hosts USA 50-12 in front of a raucous crowd in America’s deep south. With Tournament MVP Kayla McAlister at her scintillating best in Atlanta and Portia […]

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USA Rugby Adjusts Women’s Eagles Pathway, NASCs & Coaching Opps

Lots of things have been happening with the development of women’s rugby at USA Rugby in the past few months. First it was the announcement of the new Women’s Eagles Pathway (including bringing back the NASCs), then Pete Steingberg weighed (defended) in on the NASCs and finally the Elite Coach Pathway & Elite Coach Development Program was released. Lets […]

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