The Washington Loggers select-side program has announced that Central Washington University men’s varsity Head Coach Todd Thornley has joined the Loggers’ coaching staff.
With the rebound from the COVID pandemic still far from a sure thing, rugby organizations around the country are trying to figure out how to avoid losing momentum and to keep players playing.
A plan is coming together in Florida that could offer collegiate players a way to keep playing while keeping their eligibility.
This piece of All-Time American Rugby Players recognition comes in large part thanks to ivyrugby.com.
In the late 1800s colleges played a form of football that was essentially rugby. Over time they adopted rules variations (much as Aussie Rules, Gaelic Football, and Association Football did) and turned it into American Football.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused new and innovative ways to keep the rugby flame burning.
Western Oregon University's rugby team has made good use of shutdown time, using social media and a nifty video to raise money for their local food bank.
The team has been raising donations for the WOU Food Pantry, helping feed those who are struggling financially.