USA Rugby CEO Dan Payne is stepping down after the Rugby World Cup Sevens this July in San Francisco.
Payne told the USA Rugby Board of Directors in February, and employees were told this weekend and Monday.
For more on this development, go here.
USA Rugby has announced it is launching its official search for the USA Women's 15s National Team Head Coach.
Pete Steinberg stepped down in October following the Women's Rugby World Cup. His post has been unfilled since then, while new General Manager of Women's High Performance, Emilie Bydwell, has been working on a new strategic plan.
The National Development Summit kicks off this coming weekend in Denver, and there’s one presentation attendees cannot miss.
Development isn’t always the #1 topic at the NDS presentations, especially development of rugby as a sport, as a pursuit, as a business, and as a high performance entity all in one.
USA Rugby has announced that the February 3 doubleheader February 3 at the StubHub Center has changed.
What is staying the same is the USA Men's National Team facing off with Argentina XV in the Americas Rugby Championship.
USA Rugby and the Worcester Warriors have announced that Gary Gold, who was expected to stay with Worcester through May, will join the Eagles January 1.
The USA Rugby Congress has announced that it will be raising dues.
We at Goff Rugby Report got a little advice about buying tickets for the Rugby World Cup 7s at AT&T Park in San Francisco next summer, and we thought we'd pass it along.
USA Rugby has named their men's Collegiate All Americans.
This list is not the list of who will play for the All Americans this September against Oxford University. Instead, this is the list of players honored as the best at their positions.
To see more recognition for men's college players go to the following
A year after USA Rugby first started looking into guidelines for how young players are introduced to the game, and some action is going to be taken this summer.
USA Rugby Soliciting HS-Youth Eligibility Opinions
LAFAYETTE, Colo. (USA Rugby Release) - USA Rugby welcomes applications from individual teams or clubs, to local Unions or National Development Academies to host a one-day National Assessment Camp (NAC) in 2017.
So we now know the teams playing for a major 7s championship in college rugby, and, boy, it's a lot of teams.
It's a lot even though USA Rugby drastically reduced their number of teams participating. We still have 16 USA DI Men's teams, 24 CRC Men's teams, 12 USA Women's teams, 16 CRC Women's teams, 12 USA DII Men's teams, 8 NSCRO Men's teams, and 6 CRC Collegiate Challenge teams.