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So Much Rugby, RUCK OVER!

So much rugby news these days…don’t blink because you’ll miss something! We want to make sure that doesn’t happen so we’ve put it all together for you in one post. Read on for news on Olympic Qualification, USA Rugby Club Championships, the Women’s Rugby World Cup, the Rugby Goddess, Banned Coaches, #HERRUGBYCOUNTS, the Men’s Rugby […]

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Her Rugby Counts | #HERRUGBYCOUNTS


We’d just finished surveying the attending teams of the Collegiate Rugby Championship (CRC) about their experience attending the tournament and were crafting our own article. Then the #HERRUGBYCOUNTS campaign broke and we knew we had to get behind it. Becky Carlson, head coach of Quinnipiac University’s varsity women’s rugby team is asking for change and […]

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Penn State Women's Rugby Captures USA College 7s and Collegiate Rugby Championship 7s

Penn State Women’s Rugby Claims Three Titles in 2015

Penn State has added another accolade to their long list of achievements. Two weeks ago they clinched the 2015 USA Rugby College 7s Women’s Division I National Championship and last week they also captured the 2015 Collegiate Rugby Championships (CRCs). They’ve now captured the USA Rugby 15s and 7s titles and the USA Sevens 7s CRC […]

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2015 USA Rugby NASCs

National All Star Competition (NASC) at JMU | Jun 2-Jun 6, 2015

The return of the National All Star Competition (NASC) (in a different format) is here! It includes 203 senior, collegiate, and U20 women as USA Rugby works to realign their pathways. They’ve flocked to James Madison University and were divided into four senior, two collegiate, and two U20 teams for a two-game series within each respective age […]

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Rugby Olympic Qualification

USA Lose 15-14 to England in 3rd/4th Match at Amsterdam 7s

England Women have qualified on behalf of Team GB for the Olympics in Rio 2016, following a nail-biting 15-14 victory over USA at the Amsterdam Sevens. England had lost to Australia 26-0 in the semi-final and when USA lost to Canada, the pair ended up in a winner takes all bronze medal match to determine […]

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Notre Dame College Women's Rugby

Notre Dame College scores 11 tries in DII Championship victory

Hannah Gauthreaux scored 24 points for Notre Dame College in its 69-10 defeat of University of California – Riverside in the Women’s Division II National Championship Saturday. The first match of the 2015 USA Rugby College 15s National Championships at Fifth Third Bank Stadium at Kennesaw State University saw 36 points scored in the first […]

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Penn State | Women's Division 1 Collegiate Rugby Champion

Penn State defends Division I title with defeat of Central Washington

Penn State’s 11th consecutive trip to the Women’s Division I National Championship match ended in favor of the Nittany Lions, who defeated Central Washington, 61-7, Saturday for their fourth consecutive title. Capped Women’s Eagle Hope Rogers scored two tries in the win, while Katie Mueller was named Most Valuable Player at the 2015 USA Rugby […]

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USA Rugby College 15s National Championship

2015 USA Rugby College 15s National Championship – May 9

The 2015 USA Rugby College 15s National Championships are May 9 and will take place at Kennesaw State University. In DI, Fall Champion Penn State will face off against the Spring Champion Central Washington. In DII, Fall Champion Notre Dame College will face Spring Champion University Cal Riverside. One wonders how the Fall teams have been […]

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Girls High School National Championship

2015 Girls’ High School Rugby National Invitational Championships – May 16-17

The 2015 Girls’ High School Rugby National Invitational Championships are taking place May 16-17, 2015 at Founder’s Field in Pittsburgh, PA. The 16 team Championship features two divisions and is celebrating it’s 15th year! Quarterfinal and Semifinal matches will be held Saturday, May 16, with Division Finals played the morning and afternoon of Sunday, May 17. […]

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