In a fixture that displayed the best of everything about rugby, the High School All Americans finished their tour or South Africa with a 26-16 victory over Durbanville High School, on a beautiful evening just outside of Cape Town.
Photo: Lisa Henneman (left) of Penn State. The Women’s Collegiate All-American (WCAA) Touring Side faced the CIS All-Canadian team on Thursday night in the 2011 Can-Am Rugby Tournament in Saranac Lake, New York. The WCAA’s lost the match 19-3 and will have a rematch on Sunday in Bloomingdale, New York at 3:30 P.M.
The Women’s Collegiate All-American team has assembled in Lake Placid, NY to prepare for their two matches against the CIS All-Canadian Team in the Can-Am Tournament. The team has been training together since July 25 and will remain in New York until August 1.
The USA Women’s Eagles Roster has been selected for the 2011 Women’s Nations Cup beginning in Canada on August 2. The team will be assembling in Buffalo, New York on Saturday, July 30 to begin training and will face England, Canada, and South Africa on their quest to capture the Women’s Nations Cup.
The third round of play in the Women’s U20 Nations Cup finished Wednesday night at Storke Field and the final matchups have been set. England goes in to the finals 3-0 after their 66-7 victory over South Africa while the USA enters the finals at 2-1 after their 15-5 win over Canada.
To honor one of the most prolific players to ever pull on a United States Eagles jersey, the United States Rugby Football Foundation is pleased to announce the third year of the Kevin Higgins College Scholarship Program.