GRR: NIRA Women
The NCAA Board of Governors was expected today to announce a halting or delay of fall sports championships, but stopped short of that recommendation.
American International College men's and women's rugby have announced that they will follow the lead of the university and the related sports conferences in not competing this fall.
The Northeast-10 Conference, which is where AIC plays most of its sports, announced that in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all competition will be suspended through December 31.
Return to play in college rugby looks to be a confused cluster after this week.
Colleges around the USA are coming up with creative and disparate plans to get students back to school, and for rugby programs that isn’t necessarily good news.
Through all the discussion of which college conferences will join which college umbrella organization, we at Goff Rugby Report felt it was time once again to look at who is going where.
To do that we took official announcements, a little rumor, and plenty of analysis and guesswork to come up with some numbers.
The National Intercollegiate Rugby Association (NIRA), which is the competition for NCAA varsity women's college rugby programs, has released its all-academic team.
The list was divided into three groups, a list of those earning a Grade Point Average of 3.7 or higher, a list of those with GPAs of 3.5-3.7, and those with GPAs of 3.3 to 3.5.