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WEST CHESTER, PA  28 APRIL 2018 – The NSCRO/Penn Mutual Women’s 7’s Select Side will compete in the Collegiate Rugby Championships to be held in Philadelphia, PA on June 1-3, 2018. This will be the third trip to the CRC’s for the program comprising some of the best players from our 130 women’s teams.

All players on NSCRO member teams are eligible for selection through the online Player Recommendation Form ( The recommendation process is a pathway for the players from the  teams who may not be as successful at the National level, and who otherwise may not get seen by the NSCRO coaching staff. The success of this pathway, and the success of the program, lies in the hands of the team coaches who all have the opportunity to advocate for their players selection.

We accept recommendations anytime during the year. Final selections for the squad participating in the CRC will be made on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018. 

The program is made possible by Penn Mutual and their continued support in the growth of women’s rugby. Contact Bryn Chivers via email at [email protected] or via phone at 773-308-3430 if you have questions about the program or would like to discuss a player in more details.

Discounted tickets for the Men’s and Women’s Collegiate Rugby Championships are available through this link where you can save over 40% on tickets for the entire weekend.

About National Small College Rugby Organization

Since 2007, the National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) has been at the forefront of fostering and developing small college rugby programs in the United States. NSCRO is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing services to small college programs that raise the profile, image, and benefits of collegiate rugby in the eyes of school administrators. 
Comprised of nearly 400 men’s and women’s college rugby clubs who participate in more than 30 leagues, NSCRO provides an opportunity for these programs to showcase their abilities to a broader audience with a chance at a national title and ranking. Along with recognizing club and player success on and off the field, the increased visibility NSCRO creates has led to improved school support, greater on-campus interest in rugby, and growth in financial support and alumni involvement.