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08.15.2014 - Jackie Finlan
When you’ve got a winning team, there’s nothing a coach likes more than a small graduating class. West Chester women’s coach Tony DeRemer has just that.
08.14.2014 - Jackie Finlan

On July 1, the women’s team at Life University officially became a varsity program. Big changes lie ahead, not least among them the opportunity to offer more athletic scholarships, but coach Rosalind Chou isn’t rushing the growth of the young program.

Chou is fortunate to have Director of Rugby Dan Payne lending guidance.

08.14.2014 - Jackie Finlan
Notre Dame College is expanding operations this fall, recruiting well enough to field two teams in ACRA’s DII women’s college competition.
08.11.2014 - Jackie Finlan
Quinnipiac University has another great recruiting class entering its ranks this 2014-15 season. In addition to tapping some of the country’s top high schools, head coach Rebecca Carlson has extended her reach not only to other sports but also to other countries. “We are looking forward to the largest and most talented class we have ever had,” Carlson said.
08.07.2014 - Alex Goff
The Women’s Collegiate All Americans team that won two games in Canada was, predictably, full of players from many of the highest-profile college programs in the country, but that doesn’t mean there’s no room for a small-school play. Few get much smaller than Molloy College.

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