USA Rugby’s Girls High School All-American XVs will assemble today in Canada for West and East camps running August 7-12 at Brentwood College (West) and August 20-24 at Brock University (East). Players in both camps will train jointly with under-18 teams from Canada allowing both sides to maximize development with a taste of international competition.
LANGFORD, B.C. - 12 USA Girls High School All-Americans (U18) have been named for a NextGen Sevens tournament in Langford, B.C., taking place alongside the senior HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens from May 10-12.
LAFAYETTE, CO. - USA Rugby has today announced the 2019 schedule and selection process for its Men’s High School All-American (U18), Under-20 and Collegiate All-American programs.
The High School All-Americans (HSAA) will participate in two events each on the sevens and fifteens side including one in July and another in December. Both will feature international competition.
CHULA VISTA, CA. - Dates and a location have been set for USA Rugby's Girls and Boys High School All-American (HSAA) winter camps, hosted at the U.S. Olympic Training Site in Chula Vista, CA. Assemblies will take place from Dec. 27-31 on the Girls side and Dec. 26-31 on the Boys side, with invitations for both sent this September.
LAFAYETTE, CO. – The USA Girls’ and Boys’ U18 7s programs will compete in the USA Futures 7s competition during the 45th annual CAN-AM Rugby Tournament at Saranac Lake Placid July 27-29. Taking place in the host region of two Olympic Winter Games (1932 & 1980) and a U.S.
With the Girls HS All Americans on their way to the European U18 7s championships this coming weekend in France, we we wanted to look at where we are as an age-grade program overall.
Will Snape Rogers, who heads up the Women U20s and worked closely with the Girls HS All Americans spoke with Goff Rugby Report's Alex Goff about the programs.
the Girs HS All Americans Powered by Atavus will travel to France to play in the Women's European U18 7s Championships this month.
The HSAA team lost 34-24 in the final last year, and bring a much changed team to this tournament.
The Girls HS All Americans, powered by Atavus, fell to Canada's Maple Leafs U18s in the final of the Tropical 7s International Youth Sevens Saturday in Orlando, Fla.
The HSAA team played in a small but competitive Girls u18 bracket with Canada, The Fort Lauderdale Ruckus Riptide, Indiana River, KIngwood, and the Riptide's 2nd team.
The Girls HS All Americans powered by Atavus went 3-0 in ay One of the Girls European U18 7s Championships, beating Ireland, Russia, and Germany to win Pool C in Vichy, France.
The GHSAA team beat Germany 29-5, Ireland 33-5, and Russia 40-0 to make the quarterfinals.
In the QFs, the Americans will take on Wales, which finished 2nd behind Spain in Pool B.
The USA Rugby Girls HS All Americans Powered by Atavus are in Vichy, France to play in the Rugby Europe Women's U18 7s Championships starting Saturday.
The USA is one of only two non-European team in the 16-country competition. the other is Canada. The Atavus GHSAAs are in Pool C with German, Ireland, and Russia.
Mount Saint Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Md. hosted the Girls HS All Americans U18s and U16s as they faced off with the Quebec U18s and U16s.
It was a very successful assembly for the HS All Americans, as they won all four of the games, but it was also successful in terms of what MSM was able to provide the players, and the experience for the players.
The Girls HS All Americans western team capped off a perfect summer for the program with a 55-5 defeat of the British Columbia U18s Sunday in Seattle.
The HSAA program ended up 6-0, with two HSAA East wins over Quebec's U18s, and two HSAA U16 wins over Quebec's U16s. And on Friday the HSAA West team beat BC 54-24.