USA Rugby is unveiling a slightly new approach in its high performance pathway.
Part of that will be a verification process to officially recognize National Development Programs (NDPs) as part of its pathway.
The New York 7s is back for Thanksgiving Weekend with a long day of high-end 7s on Randall's Island in New York City.
The College and HS Brackets of the one-day tournament are, as usual, very strong. Here's a quick look:
The Atlantis Rugby Corporation will host an Individual Testing and Open Rugby Sevens Camp for High School Boys/Girls and Women from the EPRU, on Sunday, September 29, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (registration will begin at 8:30 a.m.). The camp will be valuable for novice and experienced players alike and is open to any male or female player registered with USA Rugby.
The Atlantis elite select side has announced that Sophie Pyrz and Jack Bradfield have become the first former Atlantis High School players to play with the senior Atlantis women and men’s teams on an overseas tour.
The New York 7s provides a unique opportunity in the fall and winter to see elite-level HS 7s rugby.
Certainly the LVI is another chance (so maybe unique is too strong a word), but there are so few tournaments where top-of-the-line HS teams from the United States and Canada can face off.