Building on a highly successful first year in 2015, USA Rugby’s Girls High School All-Americans powered by ATAVUS has expanded its schedule in 2016 to continue to grow the pool at the girls under-18 level, better prepare athletes for elite competition, and help accelerate these athletes’ trajectory through the age-grade pathway.
Two-hundred and fifteen athletes in the Women's National Team Pathway are convening at Tigertown in southern Florida Monday, Dec. 28, through Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016, for the National All-Star Competition.
Sports compression wear leader SKINS has partnered with USA Rugby, the national governing body for the sport of rugby in America, as an official supplier of compression product. Through this partnership, SKINS will provide USA Rugby men’s and women’s national teams with compression garments for training, travel and recovery.
The AIG Women’s Collegiate All-American Sevens completed their first tournament Sunday on a successful note, winning the Elite City Sevens Cup with a second defeat of American Rugby Pro Training Center in as many days.
The first competition day at Elite City Sevens in Malvern, Pa., concluded with a third victory for the first AIG Women’s Collegiate All-Americans Sevens side at Greater Chester Valley Sports Association.