Sorensen Award News
Coaches of college rugby teams can vote in a special poll to help select the finalists for the Rudy Scholz and MA Sorensen awards for the top men's and women's college rugby players.
While there is a poll for fans ...
Go here for the Scholz fan poll.
A panel of coaches, administrators, and media members have selected the nominees for the 2017-18 MA Sorensen Award.
MA Sorensen was a trailblazing prop in American college rugby and World Cup winner, and she lends her name to the award for the best women's D1 college player of the season.
Quinnipiac center Ilona Maher has been named the winner of the 2016-17 MA Sorensen Award as the top women's college rugby player in the country.
In a women’s college rugby environment where varsity programs are spring up all over, UC Davis is a national power paddling against the tide, and heaving the biggest paddle may well be Sydnee Watanabe.
Sometimes, when you’re cruising in space on a rugby field, the ball in hand, you’ve just got to make a decision.
Francesca Sands knows that, and knows that when you make a decision, it helps when you make it fast.
It's a simple question and a simple, and easy answer for Danielle Walko Siua ...
What do you love most about rugby? The Notre Dame College Sorensen Award Finalist was quick to answer: "Besides hitting people? The sense of family."
The finalists for the 2016-17 MA Sorensen Award have been named, as the search for the top women's DI-level college rugby player is now down to four.
The 2016-17 nominees for the MA Sorensen Award have been selected - now college rugby fans, players and coaches can vote for the finalists!
The inaugural Rudy Scholz and MA Sorensen Awards have been honored for an award in their own right.
The Scholz and Sorensen Awards were created by the Washington Athletic Club of Seattle, Wash., in conjunction with Goff Rugby Report and with the support of USA Rugby's Collegiate division, and recognize the best Men's and Women's collegiate rugby players.
The Washington Athletic Club hosted a gala rugby event Saturday, June 11 at the WAC’s Seattle headquarters, with over 100 people treated to dinner, speeches, and media presentations for the MA Sorensen and Rudy Scholz collegiate rugby awards.
Penn State prop Hope Rogers has been named as the first-ever MA Sorensen Award Winner as the best women’s college rugby player in the country.
The award, presented by the Washington Athletic Club of Seattle, Wash. in conjunction with Goff Rugby Report, will be formally presented at a gala event on June 11.