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Scholz and Sorensen Award News

05.02.2022 - Alex Goff

Eti Haungatau limped off the field at the D1 Elite final having done enough.

04.29.2022 - Alex Goff

Saher Hamdan plays center for Life University, except when she's a hooker, a flanker, No. 8 ... or pretty much anywhere in the backline.

This MA Sorensen Award Finalist can play almost anywhere, and she does it all at a high level. A high level,s he stresses, that is maintained by her teammates at Life University.

04.29.2022 - Alex Goff

Kaitlyn Schwarting's leadership and broad range of talents has seen her make it to the list of finalists for the MA Sorensen Award.

She doesn't do it with power but she does do it with strength, throwing herself into the defensive responsibilities of being a center on one of the best teams in the nation, and facing up to some imposing defenses.

04.28.2022 - Alex Goff

While the D1A season ended a little earlier than Sam Golla wanted, the Cal captain has received accolades from around the country for his play.

This is tough to do for a lock, and a testament, in part, to Golla's play and leadership, and also to the attention the Rudy Scholz Award panelists give to rewarding the best players in the country.

04.26.2022 - Alex Goff

The MVP of the National Intercollegiate Rugby Association D1 final, Dartmouth No. 8 Idia Ihensekhien is a finalist for the MA Sorensen Award as the best women's collegiate rugby player.

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