GRR: Women Rugby World Cup
Keenya Warner was capped eight times for the USA, which may not be a lot, but she made them count.
The vice captain for the 2006 Rugby World Cup team, she commanded great respect in the midfield as one of the best centers in the tournament. She helped lead the USA to a 4-1 record and a 5th-place finish that was lower than they truly deserved.
Kristin Zdanczewicz carried the nickname "Ham" for much of her career, so-named because the pronunciation of her last name rhymed with "sandwich" ... OK, maybe you had to be there.
Legendary coach Graham Smith sits down with Bruce McLane to talk about coaching coaches, how player-centric and player-focused are different, and how you're still required to be a coach, and he touches on how he helped build England into a world champion.
The Women's Rugby Coaches & Referees Association is holing its first annual Women in Rugby Conference, to be held December 7-9 in Charlotte, NC.
The focus for this first-of-its-kind event will be: Capitalizing on Women's Leadership & Opportunities in Rugby
The USA Women's National Team is in Ireland now for the Women's Rugby World Cup, and they've arrived early.