GREELY, CO. - USA Rugby will host Women’s All-Star Week, a two-part competition taking place August 1st and 3rd at the University of Colorado in Greeley, featuring teams from the Women’s Premier League (East and West), Division I and Division II All-Stars, as well as the Collegiate All-Americans.
Dartmouth College center Emily Henrich, already capped by the USA as a freshman, has won the MA Sorensen Award as the top women’s college player of 2018-19.
Henrich, who earned her first USA cap in November against New Zealand, has entered college rugby and not missed a step after being a high school standout for Orchard Park in New York, and with the select touring side Atlantis.
Who has qualified for the USA Rugby Collegiate 7s Championships?
LAFAYETTE, CO. - USA Rugby has today named Head Coaches and support staff for its Women’s Under-20s, Collegiate All-American sevens and fifteens programs.
Votes from college teams and from players and fans from around the country have finalized the five finalist for the MA Sorensen Award.
The 2019 MA Sorensen Award Finalists are (photos in order of player, photo credit below):
Fans and teams can vote to whittle the Rudy Scholz and MA Sorensen award nominees down to the finalists.
Here's how you can make your voice heard:
(Voting wraps up April 19)
If you are a coach or key leader of a college rugby team, vote here:
Rugby tours find their genesis in many ways, from a coach harkening back to the good old days when touring was often the purpose of the game, to a desire to find challenging competition; what happens when the coach just falls in love with a country?
The nominees for the MA Sorensen Award for the top women's college player in the country have been released.
The award is named after groundbreaking William & Mary and USA prop MaryAnne Sorensen, who was a pioneer in the women's game as a player and a coach, and remains a highly-respected doctor. Sorensen has been present at all three Sorensen Award presentations.
The National Small College Organization has taken the spoils in the Las Vegas Invitational Women's College 7s.
NSCRO put in two teams in the bracket and those teams went undefeated until they met in the final. Only AIC and Utah Valley came close.'
The location for USA Rugby's 2019 Collegiate 7s National Championships have been finalized, with Tucson's Kino Sports complex playing host on Memorial Day Weekend, May 24-26.
Since the inception of World Rugby’s ambitious plan, Accelerating the Global Development of Women in Rugby 2017-2025, which aims to strengthen and support the growth of the women’s game and promote parity, important advances have been made both on and off the field in year one of implementation.