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WCAAs Named for Opening All-Star Match

  • 01 Aug 2019

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USA RUGBY – Women’s Collegiate All-American XVs Head Coach Katie Dowty has named her match day roster to face the a WPL all-star team tomorrow evening at University of Northern Colorado in Greeley.

The match is part of Women’s All Star Week, taking place August 1st and 3rd, which will bring together four teams including the All-Americans, Women’s Premier League East & West All Stars, as well as a D1/D2 All Star team. 

On Day One, the WPL West and D1/D2 All Stars will play each other first, at 3 PM MT, followed by the All-American game. Losers from Day One will face off at 9:30 AM MT on Day Two, followed by winners from Day One at 11:30 AM MT. All matches are streamed LIVE on with attendance free to all fans. 

All 26 players named to the roster will have an opportunity to see playing time. 

“The energy of the wider training squad has pushed our level of play throughout the week and made selections very competitive,” said Coach Dowty. “These players have some unique strengths that will give us the opportunity to play a very dynamic game. The experience of the WPL players will provide a great challenge – requiring sound fundamentals as well as creative and adaptive play. The All-Star Week is a wonderful opportunity for all the players involved and we are excited to see these young players show what they can do at this level.”

For years, the Women’s Collegiate All-American program has been an honor for selected athletes and an important stepping stone to the senior national team in XVs and 7s. The All-Americans rely on monetary support from the community to reduce or even completely cover assembly costs for players. 

To make a contribution to the program, please contact Chris Reed at

WCAA vs. WPL West

1. Emily Briggs – Brigham Young 

2. Elisha Fromstein – Penn State 

3. Azniv Nalbandian – Penn State 

4. McKenna Strong -Lindenwood 

5. Jennifer Kronish – Lindenwood 

6. Gianna Soloman – Penn State 

7. Allie Schrenker – UT Chattanooga

8. Siale Alatini – American International 

9. Bridget Kahele – Life University

10. McKenzie Hawkins – Lindenwood 

11. Adrienne Yoder – Air Force 

12. Emma Auld – Virginia

13. Daisy Manoa – MiraCosta College

14. Summer Harris-Jones – Life University

15. Jetta Owens – Virginia Tech


16. Hope Cooper – Cal

17. Grace Martin – Quinnipiac 

18. Veronica Overbeek – Davenport 

19. Sophia Nieves – Middlebury College

20. Vanessa Somoza – Chico State 

21. Diana May – Utah Valley 

22. Dana Alimena – Pitzer 

23. Katherine Ramage – Dartmouth College

24. Leah Ingold – Central Washington 

25. Caitlin Weigel – Harvard 

26. Emily Roskopf – Quinnipiac 


Head Coach | Katie Dowty

Assistant Coach | Tiff Faaee

Assistant Coach | Dave Clancy

Assistant Coach | Justin Moss

Physical Performance | Stacey Bridges

Project Soar Shadow Coach | Lindey Wise

Athletic Trainer | Jade Callan

Athletic Trainer | Amie Kern

Team Manager | Annemarie Farrell

ALL STAR WEEK SCHEDULEAll Times Mountain | Stream LIVE on

[TRB editor’s note: We’ve seen different variations of the match-ups for Day 1 but the kickoff times are accurate.]


3 PM: WPL East All-Stars vs Club D1 & D2 All-Stars

5 PM: WPL West All-Stars vs Women’s Collegiate All-Americans


9:30 AM: Losers of Thursday’s matches

11:30 AM: Winners of Thursday’s matches

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