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WANTED: Siena College Women’s Rugby Club Assistant Coach

  WANTED: Women’s Rugby Club Assistant Coach Category: Administrative and Staff Positions   Department: Student Life Locations: Loudonville, NY Posted: Jun 08, ’17 Type: Part-time Ref. No.: R-1326 Share About Siena College: Siena College is a learning community advancing the ideals of a liberal arts education, rooted in its identity as a Franciscan and Catholic college. […]

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Endicott College Women's Rugby

WANTED: Assistant Rugby Coach at Endicott College

Job Listing Title: Assistant Women’s Rugby Coach Type: Staff Full-/Part-Time: Part-Time Start Date: TBD Hours: Part-Time Date Posted: 2017-06-19 Description: Collaborate with team captains to set goals, develop budgets, evaluate organizational needs, problem-solve, and serve as a liaison with other college departments essential to program implementation and success. Endicott College competes during both the Fall […]

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World Rugby's Hall of Fame in Rugby provided the departure point for the Women's Rugby World Cup trophy as it heads across the Irish Sea for more than four months of activities across the island of Ireland.

Under the Posts – Week of Mar 26, 2017

The top headlines from last week include yellow cards, yellow cards and more yellow cards, an opinion piece from Rugby Heaven, USA and Canada faced off in the CAN-AM series,USA Hockey and the women’s national team have reached an agreement, and the match officials for the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup are announced. As a reminder, […]

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The pools and match schedule have been announced for the first ever round of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in Japan, the HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens on 22-23 April.

Under the Posts – Week of Mar 19, 2017

The top headlines from last week include England winning the Grand Slam, more on the boycott of USA Women’s National Hockey team, what teams are doing to prepare for the WRWC and looking ahead to Hong Kong 7s and Kitakyushu 7s. As a reminder, we are doing weekly posts recapping the top women’s rugby news. Can’t […]

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Beatriz Futuro Muhlbauer of Brazil is tackled by and England player.

Under the Posts – Week of Feb 26, 2017

The top headlines last week covered results from the third round of the Six Nations, more buildup to #USA7s, the continued scrutiny of Ireland’s Six Nations squad and the announcement of a ten team RFU Super Rugby competition. Note that we will end this week’s coverage on March 3 so we can cover #USA7s in full […]

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Under the Posts – Week of Feb 19, 2017

The headlines last week covered the third round of the Six Nations, an escalating controversy with the IRFU and buildup to #USA7s. As a reminder, we are doing weekly posts recapping the top women’s rugby news. Can’t wait a week? Join us on Twitter or on our Facebook page as we will be posting daily. QU Women’s Rugby […]

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Natasha Hunt running in one of 11 England Women tries. Photo credit: Inpho

Under the Posts – Week of Feb 5, 2017

We’re a bit late this week so we’ll dive right in. The headlines were dominated by the opening weekend of the Women’s Six Nations, Australian Rugby Union chief executive Bill Pulver admits the women aren’t being compensated for their value and Carolyn Hitt of Wales Online takes on sexism in rugby. As a reminder, we […]

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Under the Posts – Women’s Rugby News Week of 1/22

In the past we were able to bring you editorial pieces, press releases and even guest columnists. The YSC team is now finding that we have less and less time as our personal family grows and we’ve retired from playing. We’re now coaches, referees and administrators and our perspective is a bit different than a player. […]

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