Presentations announced for 2015 National Development Summit

Presentations announced for 2015 National Development Summit

12.10.14

The list of presenters and presentations for the 2015 National Development Summit in Chicago, Ill., has been announced.
Penn State dominant in Division I Fall Championship win over Norwich

Penn State dominant in Division I Fall Championship win over Norwich

12.08.14

Penn State’s storied program is one step closer to its ninth National Championship after defeating Norwich, 42-5, Sunday, Dec. 7, in the USA Rugby Women’s Division I Fall Championship Final hosted by ACRA
Falcons of Notre Dame soar to Fall Championship victory

Falcons of Notre Dame soar to Fall Championship victory

12.08.14

A day after beating Kutztown in the Fall Championship Semifinal, Notre Dame College defeated Winona State, 45-10, and claimed the Women’s Division II Fall Championship title.
2015 NDS Featured Presenters: Chris Brown, Mike Friday, Pete Steinberg

2015 NDS Featured Presenters: Chris Brown, Mike Friday, Pete Steinberg

11.24.14

With USA Rugby National Sevens Director Alex Magleby and 15s High Performance Manager and AIG Men’s Junior All-American Head Coach Billy Millard already scheduled to present at the 2015 National Development Summit in Chicago, three additional members of national team coaching staffs will speak at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare hotel and conference center.
Reigning Champion UM-Duluth, three others advance to Men's Division II Semifinals

Reigning Champion UM-Duluth, three others advance to Men's Division II Semifinals

11.24.14

Four teams remain in the quest to be crowned 2014 USA Rugby Men’s Division II College National Champion. James Madison, Notre Dame College, UW-Duluth and UW-Whitewater each escaped Nov. 21-22’s Regional Playoff rounds undefeated to reach the Dec. 6-7 National Championship weekend.
Rugby for all: International Gay Rugby and the Bingham Cup

Rugby for all: International Gay Rugby and the Bingham Cup

11.20.14

Earlier this week, International Gay Rugby – formerly the International Gay Rugby Administration and Board – announced the return of the Bingham Cup to the United States, with the city of Nashville, Tenn., receiving more votes than Chicago, Ill., in the final round of the bid process.