Goff Rugby Report has named its 2014 Girls High School award recipients, and the player of the year comes as no surprise. Morris and Atlantis Rugby alum Tess Feury took top honors for her leadership and stellar performance on the field last year.
The Atlantic Coast Rugby 7s Series returns in 2015 for its 3rd year. The ACRL is proud to continue providing quality competition and a top level student experience for rugby athletes throughout the region.
Even Crazy Eddie might not believe these bargain prices on ACRC Bowl Series t-shirts. We are selling these high-quality shirts for $15 a piece with FREE shipping. Limited sizes and quantities available.
Dec. 8, 2014 - New England College’s Director of Rugby Jeremy Treece notified the National Small College Rugby Association (NSCRO) late last week that its program will make the surprise move to Division 1 next fall.
Since it began competing in the NSCRO playoff system in the fall of 2012, NEC has found great success winning the 2014 7’s national championship and finishing 2nd in the 15’s, all within a one-month period in the spring of 2014. NEC also finished 3rd in both in 2013.
The reviews are in, and the ACRC Bowl Series is getting high praise from the world of rugby. "I got to say this, the ACRC Bowl Event ... was absolutely fantastic," Bruce McLean, head coach of the Iona College RFC, said on Goff Rugby Report's Ruggamatrix America Podcast. "The [Rugby Athletic Center] was beyond our expectations—I don't think the website does it justice. The event that Sevens Sports ran was second to none, first class ... everything was running like clockwork."