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The nominees for the 2019-2020 MA Sorensen Award for the top women's college player in the USA have been confirmed.
The shuttering of the collegiate season offers an opportunity for USA Rugby to fix a broken sevens system.
For years now, we've been chasing the game when it comes to the collegiate sevens landscape. We're not talking entirely about how the CRC beat USA Rugby to the punch back in 2010 (although it did); what we are talking about it planning.
Should USA Rugby, D1A, and NSCRO award college rugby players an additional year of eligibility because o the season has been shut down due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak?
Coaches and observers have already put forth that idea, some within hours of hearing that USA Rugby has shut down the season. And there's no gray area here—the college rugby season is over.
D1A Rugby has confirmed that it will cancel the 2020 playoffs and national championships, and that the D1 Elite playoffs, which were to be held in conjunction with D1A, are also canceled.
The National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCO) has canceled the remainder of its season.
This includes its 15s and 7s championships, and is all as a response to the threat of the Coronavirus (COVID19).
The NSCRO Men's 15s All-Star Championships slated for the last weekend in May is still on, for the moment.