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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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2015 USA Rugby Club Regionals & National Championships

The dates and locations for the 2015 USA Rugby Club National Championships have been announced. Ray Sheeran Field at Treasure Island in San Francisco and Rugby Athletic Center and Skillbeck Athletic Grounds in Charlotte will host the Western and Eastern Regionals, respectively, May 30-31 before finalists from Men’s Division I, Men’s Division II, Men’s Division […]

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NOVA Collegiate 7s Qualifying Tournament – April 19th, 2015

The Northern Virginia (NOVA) Women’s Rugby Club is again hosting a Qualifying Tournament for Collegiate 7s rugby teams at Signal Hill Park in Manasas, VA on Sunday, April 19th. As a USA Rugby sanctioned event, the winner of the Women’s tournament automatically qualifies for Collegiate 7s Nationals May 22-24. At the request of USA Rugby, […]

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University of Denver to host 2015 College 7s National Championships

USA Rugby, in partnership with IMG, will hold the 2015 College 7s National Championships at the University of Denver. Forty-eight of college rugby’s finest men’s and women’s programs will descend upon the University of Denver campus May 23-24 to compete in three tournament fields – Men’s Division I, Men’s Division II, and the Women’s Division. […]

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The Future of Women’s Rugby in America – Pam Kosanke & Pete Steinberg

This year at the National Development Summit (NDS) there was an amazing track focused on the Women’s Rugby World Cup (WRWC). We already shared a presentation by Pete Steingberg and Peter Bagetta on their experience at the 2014 WRWC and the lessons learned. Now we bring you another sneak peek into another amazing presentation by Pam […]

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Notre Dame Women's Rugby wins 2014 Fall Regional Collegiate Championship

Notre Dame Women’s Rugby Soars to 2014 USA Rugby Div II Collegiate Fall Championship

A day after beating Kutztown in the Fall Championship Semifinal, Notre Dame College defeated Winona State, 45-10, and claimed the Women’s Division II Fall Championship title. Up against a physically imposing Winona State side, the Falcons of Notre Dame managed to execute their game plan, which included spreading the ball quickly and avoiding punishment at […]

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USA Rugby WPL Eligibility Concerns Continue

The WPL Championship is in the books, congratulations to the Glendale Raptors on taking that honor home! But the USA Rugby WPL eligibility issues that plagued the WPL Championships haven’t been forgotten so easily. To recap quickly, the Atlanta Harlequins knowingly played an ineligibly player on day one of the WPL Championships. In that match, […]

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2014 Women's Rugby Small College National Championships

2014 Women’s Rugby Small College National Championships – Nov 22-23, 2014

The 2014 NSCRO Women’s Rugby Small College National Playoffs have been whittled down to the top four teams! Minnesota State University Moorhead, Roger Williams University, Sacred Heart University and Mount St. Marys University are competing in the National Championship event set for Nov. 22-23 in Cherry Hill, NJ, hosted by Philadelphia Women’s Rugby. Only one team will be named […]

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Semifinals set for 2014 Fall Regional Women’s Rugby Collegiate Championship

The Semifinal matchups are set for the USA Rugby Women’s Division I and II College Fall Championships! Congratulations to the DI Women’s Rugby Colleges Penn State, Quinnipiac, Indiana and Norwich. Congratulations are also in order for the DII Women’s Rugby Colleges including Notre Dame, Winona, Kutztown and Bowdoin. Defending National Champion Penn State looked strong […]

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