GRR: DI Women College
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.
In response to COVID-19, the NCAA is considering reducing the number of sports a college has to support in order to be considered D1.
The current rules say that FBS schools must field at least 16 teams and D1 schools at least 14 teams. A minimum of eight of the FBS list of 16 must be women's teams.
College Rugby Association of America's Paul Keeler talks to Alex Goff about what the new future in college rugby will look like.
How will the CRAA work with the expanded National Small College Rugby Organization?
Will DIAA conferences and teams be able to join the CRAA, and would they have to follow a D1A model in terms of dues and competitions?