College players who are proactive in their rugby development, and sometimes lucky enough to have a connection or two abroad, will leave the States in order to improve their individual game over the summer.
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.
Former Men’s Eagle lock Luke Gross has taken over the position of head coach for the University of Colorado’s Men’s Rugby Club.
USA Rugby South has funded a scholarship to the Life Rugby camp. The scholarship has been awarded to Memphis, TN senior Donovan Norphlet.
Penn State is pleased to announce the posting for hire of two Head Coaches, one each to work with its Men’s and Women’s teams. The positions are full-time hirings with full University benefits.
“I know we’ve achieved something really great for the school and for the rugby team. It’s something I’ll always live with.”
LSU will be joining D1A Rugby for the 2015-16 season as the newest member of the Red River Conference.
Home to three of the top four teams in the country, it’s no secret the Mid-South has a plethora of quality rugby players within the Conference.
The West Conference showcased plenty of talent this season – especially from top dogs Air Force and Colorado State.
Saint Mary’s has reclaimed the No. 1 ranking in the Canterbury Top 20 to close the season after its win over Life in the D1A National Championship.