ANNAPOLIS, Md.—The US Naval Academy women's team has officially joined the National Intercollegiate Rugby Association (NIRA) competition for NCAA Varsity programs.
Navy competed as an independent team in CRAA D1 during its first varsity season and now will be joining NIRA's D1 for the fall of 2024 2023.
At least 18 women's D1 college teams are in action this weekend with an eye toward a spring championship in Houston.
These are CRAA teams and the Florida, Pacific Mountain, and Pacific Desert conferences are heating up really quick.
Army West Point's women's rugby program is looking for an assistant coach.
Supporters of college rugby can have their voice heard in the selection process for the MA Sorensen Award.
Presented to the top women's collegiate rugby player of the season, the MA Sorensen Award has been presented by the Washington Athletic Club of Seattle, Wash. every year since 2016.
The past winners are:
This fall produced fully nine women’s collegiate champions on at least a moderately national level.NIRA
Three of them were in the NCAA varsity league, NIRA.
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