Club Standings…from

Northeast Women DI Beantown 2-0New York 1-1Keystone 1-1Boston 0-1 Mid-Atlantic Women’s DI NOVA 1-0Maryland 0-1Philadelphia 0-0Washington 0-0 Midwest Women DI Twin Cities 2-0Chicago No Shore 1-0Minn Valkyries 1-0Wisconsin 0-2Chicago 0-2 Pacific Northwest Women’s DI ORSU 3-0E. City Mudhens 1-2Seattle 0-2 Northern California Women’s DI SF Fog 2-0Sacramento 1-1Hayward 0-2Berkeley 0-0Chico 0-0SF BASH 0-0SFGG 0-0 Southern … Read more

College Rugby Standings…from

College Rugby Standings – From Army (-) Current Record 4-0 Won Beantown and beat Navy and Penn State in the process Penn State (-) Current Record 3-1 Lost Beantown final on last-minute try Virginia (-) Current Record 1-0 Big win early. We’ll see. Navy (-) Current Record 3-1 Always out of the blocks carefully. … Read more

College Rugby…15's has begun!

I call this my maze of rugby connections and updates…you will see as you start to read! College RUGBY…and a few club teams too! The Arkansas Iron Maidens (club team) defeated the University of Oklahoma 5-17 on September 10, 2006. From Coach Tracy Curtis:“The Roses were defeated 5-17 by the Arkansas Iron Maidens on Saturday. … Read more

OU vs Oregon…refs suspended. – NORMAN, Okla. — The Pacific-10 Conference suspended for one game the officiating crew and the instant replay officials that worked Saturday’s Oklahoma-Oregon football game after finding mistakes were made in calls near the end of the contest. Pac-10 Commissioner Tom Hansen said Monday that a review by conference officials of video of the … Read more

USA Rugby Announces 2007 National Championships Sites

USA Rugby Announces 2007 National Championships Sites BOULDER , Colo. – USA Rugby announced today the host sites for the 2007 USA Rugby National Championships. “We are very excited about the venues selected for this year’s championships,” USA Rugby Championships Director, Kim Brock said. “We received a lot of fantastic bids and it was a … Read more

New Zealand retain Women's RWC crown

New Zealand retain Women’s RWC crown 17 SEPTEMBER 2006 By Karen Bond and Katy Rank New Zealand have been crowned IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup champions for an unprecedented third time after a hard fought but pulsating 25-17 defeat of England at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Canada. A try by full back Amiria Marsh in … Read more

3 Women Eagles Selected to Women's All-Star XV

3 Women Eagles Selected to Women’s All-Star XV – 9.18.06 – 3 Women Eagles have been selected to the Women’s World Cup All-Star XV. US Captain and lock Jen Crouse, flanker Phaidra Knight, and wing Ellie Karvoski were among those selected by team managers and tournament officials to the elite squad. The announcement was … Read more

College Football…debauchery!

Not sure how many of you follow College football, but this weekend was a great weekend to tune in! Or a crappy weekend if you LOVE notre dame football like I do! Notre Dame (ranked #2) was set to defeat the University of Michigan…who is ranked eleventh…but Brady Quinn had the worst weekend of football … Read more

McDonalds and Hummers

McDonald’s often emphasizes its “long-standing global commitment to environmental protection and leadership.” So why did they give away 42 million toy Hummers in Happy Meals? The fast-food chain that helped make our kids the fattest on Earth cut a deal with General Motors to sell future car buyers on the fun of driving a supersized, … Read more

SHOUTOUT for interpretive dancing

I have to give a shout-out to Angela from the Austin Valkyries for her interpretive dance after practice last night. As I explained in an earlier post about our trip to Pumpkinfest… Angela was given the task of putting together an interpretive dance of the tournament. IT WAS AWESOME! She even made a medley of … Read more