GRR: DI Women College
Eight women's D1 college conferences have voted unanimously to united as one organization, remain directly linked with USA Rugby, and pursue a strategic partnership with the Collegiate Rugby Association of America.
The Midwest D1 Women’s Rugby Conference has joined NSCRO starting this fall.
The first Women’s D1 conference to make the move to the new Women’s Open Division, the conference includes the University of Minnesota, which made the national D1 fall semis in November.
This coming week we’ll hear more about the goings on in college rugby—where conferences will play and what organization they will join.
As some businesses open in some states and restrictions related to COVID-19 ease up, don’t expect rugby to follow suit.
Sports in general will probably not get back to normal anytime soon, but there’s also a hierarchy of sports when it comes to deciding how to get back to competition.
Sui A'au is a powerful running center from Central Washington; Sarah Skinner is a long-striding aerial artist No. 8 from the US Naval Academy.
Both are finalists for the MA Sorensen Award as the top women's college rugby player in the USA.
Click on the embedded interviews to learn more about these intelligent and talented student-athletes.