The finalists for the MA Sorensen Award as the top women's college rugby player in the United States have been selected.
A combination of coach/team votes, and fan votes, have whittled the list of nominees down to five finalists. The top fan vote-getter is an automatic finalist, and so is the top team vote-getter (those votes usually logged by coaches or team presidents).
College Rugby Association of America's Paul Keeler talks to Alex Goff about what the new future in college rugby will look like.
How will the CRAA work with the expanded National Small College Rugby Organization?
Will DIAA conferences and teams be able to join the CRAA, and would they have to follow a D1A model in terms of dues and competitions?
The National Small College Rugby Organization has announced some changes it has made in order to further separate from USA Rugby.
There is still time to vote for the Rudy Scholz and MA Sorensen Nominees.
Here’s what you need to know:Deadline
Friday, April 3 is the final day of voting.
Post University in Waterbury Conn. has announced its women’s rugby team will be joining the NCAA and the National Intercollegiate Rugby Association (NIRA) beginning in the Fall of 2020.
This is the first season for the Post University program.