GRR: National Development Academy
Glendale, Colo. — Beginning in May, USA Rugby High Performance Pathways will host seven Talent Identification Camps to find emerging men’s and women’s players for its junior and senior national teams, as well as Major League Rugby.
Many eyes at the Tropical 7s were on the Panther Rugby Academy.
Given that the Panther program entered 16 teams in the tournament was reason enough, but there was also the fact that the PRA has earned the USA Rugby designation of National Development Academy. With that kind of stamp of approval, they beter perform well.
Panther Rugby Academy (PRA) and American Rugby Pro Training Center (ARPTC) have announced a joint strategic alliance to develop rugby programs and further promote USA Rugby High Performance Program.
The organizations will work together to support tours and special events that maximize opportunities for developing rugby athletes.
Brentwood, Tenn.— Panther Rugby Academy has announced that Marty Bradley has joined the Academy’s coaching staff.
Every summer, the opportunities for upward-aspiring athletes grow, and the Northeast Academy’s addition of a women’s program is another example of such. Earlier this week, the USA Rugby-sanctioned National Development Academy released its inaugural roster of 28 women, about half of which are college-aged and younger.