Sorensen Award News
Richelle Stephens, who represented the USA in the 2016 Olympics just out of high school, is now a finalist for the MA Sorensen Award as the top women's college rugby player in the USA.
Stephens is a classic flyhalf, a distributor who understands space and uses her running ability, kicking, and passing to exploit it.
Susan Adegoke is one of four finalists for the MA Sorensen Award as the top women's college rugby player in the country for the 2020-2021 season.
After voting from the MA Sorensen Award panel, college rugby teams around the country, and college rugby fans, the finalists for the MA Sorensen Award have been confirmed.
Four finalists have been selected, and now the MA Sorensen Panel will vote to select the top women's collegiate player in the USA.
Here are the four finalists:
The nominees for the 2020-2021 MA Sorensen Award have been finalized.
This list of nine top collegiate players is of course affected by the COVID shutdowns. Many college teams have not been able to play anywhere near a full season, if they have been able to play at all.
It's time for fans to make themselves heard.
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2016: Hope Rogers, Penn State
2017: Ilona Maher, Quinnipiac
2018: McKenzie Hawkins, Lindenwood
2019: Emily Henrich, Dartmouth
2020: Spiff Sedrick, Life University