West Point (Army), NY, offers its third year of a girls’ rugby camp.
This session is an excellent opportunity for young women to improve basic rugby skills under seasoned supervision.
The camp has gained popularity by offering a high-quality rugby experience for all levels of rugby play.
Importantly, West Point features an outstanding camp staff with years of coaching proficiency.
Bill LeClerc... Read More
The fine rugby program at West Point announces the 2019 continuation of the well-run summer camp for girls. As before, there are two sessions with different start dates.
(Rugby Today interviewed West Point's Assistant Women's Rugby Coach, Lara Vivolo, about the Girls Summer Camp. Lara is a former Women’s Eagle at Sevens and Fifteens.)
Rugby Today: This is the West Point Girls Rugby Camp’s third... Read More
Yale University, under the aegis of Greg McWilliams, Director of Rugby, presented a one-day, coaches training seminar in New Haven, engaging the services of Kiwi Scott Robertson. Robertson, a former All Black with 22-appearances, is the successful coach of the Canterbury Crusaders, winners in 2017 and 2018 of the Super Rugby Championship. He also coached the New Zealand U20 squad to their U20... Read More
Rugby Today: This is the West Point Girls Rugby Camp’s second year: What do you offer?
Coach Lara Vivolo: Our camp will give young female athletes time and training to develop and improve abilities in fundamental skills and tactics of rugby in a healthy and positive environment. This year, we anticipate more girls enrolled so we can spend more time to improve players in their specific positional... Read More
This summer, parents can give young female rugby players an opportunity to improve skills at the Army Girl’s Rugby Camp at scenic and historic West Point, NY, fifty-miles north of New York City.
At the modern Anderson Rugby Complex, a talented coaching staff of rugby experts, including Head Coach, Bill LeClerc, Steve Lewis, USA Coach of the Year in 2015, and Army Women’s Assistant Coach, Lara... Read More
The Eagle Impact Rugby Academy (EIRA) Mid-Atlantic Regional Academy launches it’s 2017/2018 coaching season on October 15th at Gonzaga College High School in Washington, D.C. with a training session for coaches from 10:00am to 1:00pm followed by a Player Talent ID Clinic from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.
We are pleased to announce that we are adding girls rugby to the program this year.
The training session... Read More
Army West Point is offering an overnight summer rugby camp for girls 12 to 18 years old.
This marks the first-year of this three-session training experience.
The coaching staff is exceptional; including Bill LeClerc, Head Men’s Coach at Army, Steve Lewis, USA 2014-2015 Coach of the year, and finally, Lara Vivolo, Assistant Women’s Army Coach, and former USA Eagles player. The ratio will be ten... Read More
Press Release - Landshark Rugby Academy, a full-scale development program for both men’s and women’s athletes, has partnered with USA Rugby to join the ranks of the other National Development Academies to become the official NDA of the Mid-Atlantic region along with the current ODA Scion Rugby.
Landshark will be based out of the Baltimore/Annapolis, Md. area and is headed up by current Rocky... Read More
This summer, parents can give their young female rugby players an opportunity to improve skills at the Army Girl’s Rugby Camp at scenic and historic West Point, NY, fifty-miles north of New York City.
At the modern Anderson Rugby Complex, a talented coaching staff of rugby experts, including Head Coach, Bill LeClerc, Steve Lewis, USA Coach of the Year in 2015, and Army Women’s Assistant Coach,... Read More
A casual chat between rugby guys has led to an opportunity to bring former Rugby World Cup winning coach, Sir Graham Henry, to the United States in April. The joint venture between Tiger Rugby, the Northern California RFU (NCRFU), Life West Rugby and The Rugby Site, sees the former All Black Coach travel to San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta and Clemson on a 12-day tour.
The trip came about after... Read More