- All college aged (18-23) women are encouraged to participate.
- This year is the final year of this event, which USA Rugby is changing in 2013 to reflect changing needs.
- We have a short tryout season this year.
- Players are encouraged to attend the May camps and learn some new techniques, styles, or just play next to some different players to build their skills and self-awareness.
The MARFU Women's Collegiate playoffs began Saturday, March 24th with quarterfinal matches hosted by the higher seed. Since there are only seven Division 1 Women's College teams in MARFU, the #1 seed, Penn State received a bye. The results of the matches played are:
Maryland 12-5 James Madison
Virginia 10-0 West Chester
Navy 41-0 Virginia Tech
Shippensburg 45-0 Catholic
Mary Washington 29-5 Saint Mary's
George Washington 34-17 Delaware
Temple 42-5 William & Mary
Cheers to Ursinus Men’s Rugby who were victorious over American University in a St. Patrick’s Day contest in Washington, D.C., this pastweekend. The team now continues in the Nationals playoff competition. Junior Christian Poslock and his teammates prepare to face William and Mary College in VA on the 24th.Read more »
Hi everyone! My name is Tucker Wallace, I am 16 years old, and from Joplin, Missouri. This Summer, I have the opportunity to go to Tonga through HEFY (Humanitarian Experience for Youth) with several other youth to help rebuild an elementary school and add indoor plumbing in a village outside of Nuku Alofa.Read more »
Teams Named for 2012 H.S. National Invitational
BOULDER, Colo. – The teams that will compete for the 2012 Emirates Airline USA Rugby High School National Invitational Tournament have been set. Eight teams will compete in each division; Boy’s High School (single school), Boy’s High School Club (multi-school), and Girl’s High School.
USA Rugby, acting on input from teams and stakeholders in the high school rugby community, altered the format of the tournament making it an invitational to help teams save money while maintaining a high level of play.Read more »