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National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) Division II is exciting not just because it’s a new competition but for the bridge it represents. High-achieving small colleges – like Wayne State ..
National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) holds its women’s 15s national championships this weekend in Houston, Texas. The entire organization flows into these competitions, so there are no fall ..
You have to give it to Wayne State College Rugby. The Nebraska program faces challenges like geographic isolation, a total student population of fewer than 4,000, and no in-state high ..
Roger Williams University (Bristol, R.I.) has an interesting profile. The Bristol, R.I., program is enrollment eligible for the National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) Small College Division, ..
30 November — National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) announced that the 2023 Collegiate Rugby Championship (CRC) will be held on April 28-30 at the Maryland SoccerPlex in the Washington ..
The Big 10 conference joined National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) this year and its champion, Univ. Michigan, is heading to the Division I National Championship this Sunday, Dec. 4, in Houston, ..
The U.S. Coast Guard Academy (USCGA) has advanced to every Division II fall semifinal since 2016, making it one of the most prevalent college 15s programs in the USA Rugby / ACRA / CRAA ..
There have been lots of big rugby weeks in the past month, but this weekend is tops. Several collegiate champions will be named, senior club all-stars funnel to Texas, and the USA Women’s ..
Vassar College won the 2021 Collegiate Rugby Association of America (CRAA) Division II Fall Championship, but defending said title wasn’t a stated goal at the beginning of the 2022 ..
Marquette University is heading back to nationals for a second-straight year, but this time in Division II, a new women’s competition within National Collegiate Rugby (NCR). It’s ..
Dartmouth College has won three of the last four National Intercollegiate Rugby Association (NIRA) Division 1 titles, but none of those seasons have been easy, and no final has been ..
The College of St. Scholastica is making its first-ever appearance at the Small College 15s National Championship, one of three National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) women’s competitions ..
Bowdoin College won its third-straight National Intercollegiate Rugby Association (NIRA) Division 3 National Championship, and this title run was particularly satisfying. After a big graduating ..
The College Rugby Association of America (CRAA) women’s Division II Fall Championship took an unconventional route this year. Three conference champions advanced directly to the Dec. ..
(NEW YORK, Nov. 22, 2022) Coming off its first multi-city season in 2022, Premier Rugby Sevens (PR7s) will host Open Trials in eight markets across North America starting in January ..
When Queens University of Charlotte Women’s Rugby returned to campus this fall, it was met with change and uncertainty. The head coaching position needed to be filled, the access ..
Navy is back at the Collegiate Rugby Association of America (CRAA) Division I Fall Championship, but it was by no means an easy return. A tough schedule, injuries, a semifinal play-in ..
It’s Saturday night and lots of important rugby has happened these past two days, but the weekend isn’t over and there’s still much at stake. Keep in mind that following ..
The University of Connecticut (UCONN) is heading to the U.S. Naval Academy this Saturday for the College Rugby Association of America (CRAA) semifinals. The Huskies are happy to be back ..
Central Washington University Women's Rugby is returning to the East Coast for the second time this fall, this time in pursuit of a DI Elite national championship berth. The field ..
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