Lawrence has been integral to the proliferation of the Life Rugby program for the past decade.
Life Rugby will be looking for a new Head Coach after Andrew “Tui” Osborne informed Life officials today that he and his family will be relocating at the end of October.
To little surprise, 2015 National Champions Saint Mary’s begin the season atop of the poll. The Gaels are followed by D1A runner-up Life.
Lecture halls are once again being filled with college students on campuses across the country, and with the arrival of the fall semester brings the return of college rugby.
Head Coach Tui Osborne has announced the signing of twelve rugby players who will enroll at Life U this year.
USA Rugby has announced the 2014-15 Collegiate All-Americans for both 15s and sevens, and the lists include 38 players from D1A Rugby.
Twenty-one players from D1A Rugby will attend this week’s Junior and Collegiate Stars and Stripes Camp.
It’s not surprising college rugby’s elite competition will see several of its players link up with the very best club teams in the country.
USA Rugby South has funded a scholarship to the Life Rugby camp. The scholarship has been awarded to Memphis, TN senior Donovan Norphlet.
“I know we’ve achieved something really great for the school and for the rugby team. It’s something I’ll always live with.”