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 … Read more

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Under the Posts – Week of Feb 12, 2017

We’re a late again this week so please enjoy these two pictures of a future rugby star! Cole, our son just turned two and is already a die-hard rugby fan! Bonus fun, check out this video of him watching Sydney 7s. The headlines last week were dominated by the second round of the Women’s Six Nations, the … Read more

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 … Read more

Under the Posts – Week of Jan 29, 2017 – PART 2

Here is part 2 of our Jan 29th week (here is Part 1). Sydney 7s and Six Nations dominated the news last week! 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. Pick your flavor! I … Read more

Under the Posts – Week of Jan 29, 2017 – PART 1

There is so much Sydney 7s and Six Nations news this week, we thought we’d break the week into two and we’ll do part 1 today. 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 … Read more

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. … Read more

USA Eagles Beat Brazil for 11th place at Dubai 7s

The Women’s Eagles Sevens saved the best for last at Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens, beating Brazil, 26-17, in the 11th-Place Playoff Friday. Bulou Mataitoga scored her first career HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series try to kick off a four-try scoring streak for Richie Walker’s side in the first half. The Eagles finish the … Read more

USA Eagles Embark on Pre WRWC November Tour

The Women’s Eagles have left for Montpellier today and have five days of camp before they face France, a formidable opponent. This will be a unique opportunity for the Eagles to test themselves against the current 2016 RBS Six Nations Championship and most recently, France beat World Cup Champion England, Nov. 9, in preparation for the … Read more

Kelly Griffin Hired as Santa Barbara NDA Head Women’s Rugby Coach

The Santa Barbara National Development Academy, a member of the Olympic Development Program is pleased to announce the hiring of Kelly Griffin as Head Coach of the Women’s program.  The Women’s National Development Academy (NDA) is set to launch in Santa Barbara, January of 2017. As a member of the USA Rugby Women’s National Sevens team, … Read more

WANTED: Assistant Coach, USA Rugby National Senior Women’s Sevens Team

Reports To: Manager, High Performance. Overview: The Assistant Coach, Women’s Senior 7s Team, has a primary role to support the Head Coach, Women’s Senior 7s Team in selecting and coaching the Women’s 7s Squad and Team for success on the World Stage (World Cup, Olympics, World Rugby World Series, etc.). The position will have a … Read more