Fort Miami Co-Coach Mike Hayden said his team is ready to play after
qualifying for the final eight of the women’s DII club
Led by co-captains KayJay McAuley (prop) and Michelle Horevitz (lock) Fort
Miami is looking to continue their improvement. Brie Cokos
and Devin Huber hold down a backline that has gotten better throughout
the season, thanks also to the addition... Read More
The Las Vegas Slots are making some history as they make their debut in a
national championship weekend.
The Slots starts their national championship quest Friday morning against
Severn River, and it’s the first time they will be playing at this
“We are all really excited for this weekend,” said Las Vegas club president
Alexis Kadolph. “It’s almost unexplainable the... Read More
The USA Women’s National Team is still several thousand dollars short of
their travel bill for their tour to Europe November 13-25.
The Eagles have
allocated budget funds to the trip, but as everyone who has planned travel
well in advance, especially for 30 or so individuals, costs can change
quickly (and rarely do they go down).
USA Head Coach Pete Steinberg has published an... Read More
The USA Women's 7s team has won the Women's International 7s Invitational
in Guangzhou, China after wading impressively through the second day of
The Eagles were 3-0 on Day One, but all that did was re-seed the eight
teams for the knockout rounds on Sunday.
That pitted the USA against Thailand in the quarterfinals, won easily by
the Americans 45-0.
The shock... Read More
The USA women's 7s team has started very well in the Women's 7s
Invitational in Guanzhou, China.
They shut out Singapore 59-0, and then followed that up with a 52-0 win
over the Philippines.
In that second game, six players scored eight tries, with Bui Baravilala
scoring two and adding six conversions for 22 points, and Kimber Rozier
also... Read More
The top two
teams in the Women’s Ivy League Green Division won and look set to clinch
those spots as the season winds down.
Brown stays undefeated at 5-0 after edging a determined Harvard team. Early
tries from Jessica Sawadago and Saskia Morgan put Bruno up 14-5, and when
Michelle van der Ploeg forced a Harvard turnover and fed Patti Ekpo for the
long-range run, Brown was in... Read More
It’s a clash of the fantastical as the Midwest DII women’s club playoffs
start this weekend.
Just take a look at the four conference leads hosting games this weekend –
you’ve got Scylla (of Milwaukee), the monster of Homeric legend (and
possibly the mythical manifestation of a real scary cliff-face in the
You’ve got the Amazons (the 2nd side of Twin Cities), the... Read More
USA fullback Ashley Kmiecik might be looking ahead to the USA Women’s
National Team tour of Europe in November, but right now she’s in the middle
of a club season, trying to get the Emerald City Mudhens back in
The Mudhens can
certainly score points, but have been undone by their defense, sitting at
2-3 so far this season despite averaging over 30 points a game. On... Read More
The season began for schools from the Big 10 as eight of their women's
rugby teams got into the action this past weekend.
Penn State, led by a huge game from freshman center Brianna Troyer, who
scored two tries and was monstrous on defense all day long, beat a good
Ohio State team 70-5. Bianca Dalal kicked five conversions, Lauren Shissler
got four, and flanker Nadia Garnett... Read More
Princeton women improved to 2-0 in the Ivy League with a 34-12 defeat of
The Tigers sprinted to a 17-0 halftime lead, and despite two tries from
Harvard's wing Aniebiet Abasi, held on for the victory.
Meanwhile, Brown University, supposedly in a rebuilding year, moved to 2-0
with an impressive 10-0 victory over Dartmouth. In yet another wet day for
Brown, who... Read More