This coming week we’ll hear more about the goings on in college rugby—where conferences will play and what organization they will join.
Claremont Colleges won the NSCRO national championship twice in the last three seasons, and finished 2nd the other year—to AD-supported Iowa Central CC—but there's more to come.
Certainly favored to win it all again this year before the COVID-19 pandemic shut everything down, Claremont Colleges is nicely set to show well next year, too.
The National Small College Rugby Organization has named 25 student-athletes as Men’s NSCRO All-Americans, and 25 Rising Stars for the 2019-2020 season.
NSCRO has over 6,500 active men's collegiate players. Players were primarily considered based on club nominations submitted to NSCRO and reports from NSCRO scouts at our Fall playoffs.
The National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) has announced a list of twenty-five student-athletes named to the NSCRO Women’s All-Americans for the 2019-20 season.
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.