Following on from our recent op-ed from Rafael Zahralddin, it seems like National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) has a case that the Ted Stevens Act gives them free rein to pretty much do what they want.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t still complications in bringing the college game together (if that, in the end, is what everyone wants … don’t we?).
In our tracking of college commits for the fall semester, we've got a large number of players from the Marin Highlanders out of Northern California connecting with college rugby programs all over the country, from Oregon to Wisconsin to Arizona to West Point.
Five Women's DII College conferences that participate in spring playoffs have announced, as a group, to join the College Rugby Association of American (CRAA), and work within the USA Rugby framework as the competition goes forward.
The Tri-State Collegiate Conference has named its women's All-Conference 1st-team and 2nd-team selections for the 2019-2020 season.
This is a summary opinion column outlining a longer op-ed submitted by Rafael Zahralddin. The link to the more detailed article is below.