Rugby World Cup 2015 Breaking Barriers

The 2015 Rugby World Cup was economically the most successful to this date. The Cup generated £2.3 billion in economic output according to EY who published the report in 2015. The World Rugby website says that England 2015 was the most competitive, best attended and most viewed internationally. Out of the eight tournaments up to date, […]

Life University Women’s Rugby Claims First National Sevens Title

Even though the weather was not perfect conditions on this past Sunday, May 29, Life University managed a 10-0 win over Lindenwood at the USA Rugby Collegiate National Sevens Championship. One try in both halves was enough to get the win done for their first national title. The conditions of the match were not all […]

Lindenwood To Host Girls High School National Championships

Lindenwood Women’s Rugby is set to host this year’s High School National Invitational Rugby Championships in ST. Charles, MO. The championships are set to be played at the Lindenwood Track and Hunter Stadium on May 21 & 22. There are 14 different high school girls teams entered into the championships. All of the teams will play about […]

Is Nate Ebner Headed to Rio?

New England’s Safety, Nate Ebner proved he is willing to work for his chance at achieving his dream in representing the USA Sevens in Rio this summer. Ebner had three tries this past weekend against Portugal, showing himself as a force to be reckoned with on the pitch. Ebner has increased his chances at playing […]

National Collegiate Sevens Championships Gets Bigger and Better

The 2016 USA Rugby Collegiate Sevens National Championship tournament has been expanded. On Memorial Day weekend (May 27-29), the best collegiate sevens teams will battle it out to see who deserves the title. Throughout the past year teams have had chances to compete for spots in one of the three brackets this year. Most of […]