Berkeley, Calif. (Cal Rugby Release) —The California rugby program has added 14 incoming freshmen to the 2020-21 roster. The class includes seven former team captains, 11 recruits who attended a total of 22 combined Cal Rugby Summer Camps and 11 U.S. passport holders.
(NCR Press Release)—National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) is pleased to announce the hiring of Jeremy Treece as its new Chief Executive Officer. Steve Cohen, current CEO and founder of National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) will be focusing his time on strategic programming for the organization.
GRR posted this little video on Instagram and it’s getting some traction because rugby coaches, players, and fans get it.
It’s not that we’re against high-performance, or championships, or playing around the country. But the thing is, those things will be very difficult to pursue as we come back from the COVID-19 shutdowns.
In an opener of what promises to be a hugely disrupted collegiate rugby season, Iowa Central Community College defeated Iowa State 23-14 Saturday.
The game was touted as a scrimmage as both programs were just trying to get players on the field. Still it was a real rugby game with tackles and scrums and everything.
Herriman grads are moving on to BYU and we've got four, including Ammon Sagala transferring from Utah State to the Cougars. Players out of Utah often go on to LDS Mission Carson Connors is listed and he's going on Mission first. Taysan Hammer (pictured) is listed and he is coming back from Mission to suit up for BYU.
We've got more recruits for Lindenwood, Texas Tech, and Kentucky.