The MA Sorensen Award, sponsored by the Washington Athletic Club in Seattle, is heavily represented this week in the USA Women’s Stars & Stripes assembly.
Not only are four of the five winners active, they have key leadership roles as well.
The only Sorensen Award winner not in the assembly is the 2020 recipient, Spiff Sedrick, who is still in school.
Rugby in some of the more active areas of the United States has been pulling back in the wake of an increase in COVID-19 cases around the country, and we’d like to try to put this in context, and maybe shed some light on where we’re going.
This article isn't designed to tell you whether we think you should be playing rugby or not. It is designed to give you some information.
National Collegiate Rugby has hired Pat Clifton to run the organization’s 7s competitions as its 7s Commissioner, and the hiring certainly seems to be a decent fit.
(Editor’s note: Pat Clifton and Alex Goff worked together for several years at RugbyMag and United World Sports, and remain friends.)
The Army-Navy rematch this weekend has been canceled.
With COVID-19 cases on the apparent increase around the nation, the West Point and US Naval Academy administrations decided to cancel the games for both men and women.
While the COVID shutdowns and delays mean very, very few college rugby teams and conferences are in action, many are still working on decisions regarding what competition oversight group they want to join.