High School Girls
Rugby Idaho kicks off its Girls HS fall 7s today, September 8 with the first of 13 days of competition.
The Junior Varsity teams will face off tonight starting at 6PM Mountain Time at Mountain View High School with five teams each playing twice. Tomorrow, September 9, the Varsity teams will face off at Eagle HS.
The latest list of college commits includes some fancy talent among girls HS rugby in Wisconsin.
While the Badger State is dispersing its abilities throughout the land, on the men's side, Utah is bringing in more players, including a few transfers, while Cal has officially named its 14-player incoming freshman class. Some of those we listed before but we're listing them again.
The tipping point for USA Youth AND High School's members to all get on board with USA Rugby appears to have been just that little bit of wiggle room in negotiations, and perhaps a pervading feeling that having a central National Governing Body is still something most members want.
GRR posted this little video on Instagram and it’s getting some traction because rugby coaches, players, and fans get it.
It’s not that we’re against high-performance, or championships, or playing around the country. But the thing is, those things will be very difficult to pursue as we come back from the COVID-19 shutdowns.
Amid all the talk about not being able to play rugby, it’s easy to lose perspective, but sometimes rugby is more than just rugby, and playing it, or not, has greater importance than just having a good time.