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09.07.2018 - Alex Goff

The Women's Rugby Coaches & Referees Association is holing its first annual Women in Rugby Conference, to be held December 7-9 in Charlotte, NC.

The focus for this first-of-its-kind event will be: Capitalizing on Women's Leadership & Opportunities in Rugby

08.11.2014 - Anonymous

Submitted by USA Rugby

TUKWILA, Wash. – A year after losing in the USA Rugby Emirates Airline Club 7s National Championship Final, the San Diego Surfers went 6-0 over the weekend to claim the 2014 Championship.

08.07.2014 - Alex Goff

Stars Rugby 7s is an elite rugby 7s program that tours internationally in the pursuit of high level rugby 7s competition. The team offers men and women the chance to play at a high level they may normally never experience.

07.05.2014 - Alex Goff

The Atlanta Harlequins ended Day One at the Cape Fear 7s Women's bracket 4-0 Saturday.

Atlanta won all four gems but none was a blowout, as they defeated the DC furies 19-12, NOVA 20-10 Southern Exposure 29-10, and Berkeley 14-10.

DC are second at 3-1, beating Berkeley somewhat soundly 26-12 and edging Southern Exposure and NOVA.

07.02.2014 - Alex Goff

The Atlanta Women's Rugby Club won the Surfin' 7s this past weekend, in what was the final qualifier for the women's South 7s club qualification process for the National Championships.

West Palm Beach, Fla., the Harlequins went 3-0 on the weekend, beating Orlando Women 22-0 in the final to secure their spot for the region.

06.19.2014 - Alex Goff

The Women's Premier League has announced that Oregon Sports Union (ORSU) will replace Beantown for the 2014 season.

06.06.2014 - GRR Staff
The Atlantis Women VII toured Spain during the last week of May, engaging in a 2-game scrimmage with the Madrid Selection on Wednesday May 28 and then winning the third leg of the Madrid Sevens Series on Saturday May 31. 
06.06.2014 - GRR Staff

Boston Mass. — Beantown RFC today announced its decision to withdraw from the Women’s Premier League and enter New England Rugby Football Union’s Division 1 for the fall 2014 season. Beantown, as one of the original 8 teams during WPL’s inception in 2009, will continue to strive to be at the forefront of Women’s rugby in the USA.