GRR: Women DII College
The American Collegiate Rugby Association (ACRA) will hold its 2021-22 Sevens Championship this Spring on the weekend of April 30-May 1, 2022.
There is a lot going on at Maryville University as the St. Louis-area college is embracing rugby in its athletic department.
The split of collegiate rugby has resulted in a long list of major championships, and while some of that isn't any different from the way it's always been, there are now some championships split upon split upon split.
Vassar College's domination of the women's ACRA competition was complete on Saturday as eviscerated Temple 74-5.
Temple found no justice in anything they tries. Kick out of your own 22 and fullback Vivika Sheppard is there to burn you and either score (she got two) or set up her embarrassment of riches in terms of talented teammates.
There's little doubt that the ACRA final this weekend is the culmination of the biggest and strongest women's D2 college competition.
With NCR dubbing its women's competition D1, and with ACRA boasting about 40 teams and with the CRAA-overseen Rocky Mountain Conference added in for the playoffs, No other competition approached it.