GRR: Women DII College
The Tri-State Rugby Conference has announced that it will not have a rugby competition this fall.
Several universities in the conference have suspended inter-collegiate competition and many club sports have followed suit.
So the Tri-State Conference, men and women, will not support a competition and announced that all games are suspended. Teams will also not be charged dues.
The NCAA Board of Governors was expected today to announce a halting or delay of fall sports championships, but stopped short of that recommendation.
Return to play in college rugby looks to be a confused cluster after this week.
Colleges around the USA are coming up with creative and disparate plans to get students back to school, and for rugby programs that isn’t necessarily good news.
Through all the discussion of which college conferences will join which college umbrella organization, we at Goff Rugby Report felt it was time once again to look at who is going where.
To do that we took official announcements, a little rumor, and plenty of analysis and guesswork to come up with some numbers.
Late last month National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) CEO Steve Cohen wrote to World Rugby seeking clarification on World Rugby regulations that might affect NCR’s relationship with USA Rugby—the reply was not necessarily as clear as either NCR or USA Rugby probably wanted.