ARCHIVED NEWS AND EVENTS

2/28/2010

USWRF supporters return to New Orleans volunteering with Habitat For Humanity to rebuild homes.

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10/1/2010

WRCA 11 Players to Watch in 2010 – The fall season kicked off this weekend. Here are a handful of some of the top collegiate women players who are poised to have big impacts not just on their teams but also on the collegiate game.

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10/28/2009

The US Women’s Rugby Foundation new Board of Directors member Kerrissa "Kerri" Heffernan. Head Coach of #3 ranked Division I Brown University. Kerri is Founder of the Women's Rugby Coaches Association (WRCA).

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8/1/2009

The US Women’s Rugby Foundation announces new Grant Program targeting youth rugby. To support the growth of future female rugby players, we are offering a Girls’ Rugby Grant.

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6/15/2009

The US Women’s Rugby Foundation approves grant for Women’s National Team (WNT) for radio communications equipment in time for CanAm Games.

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3/15/2009

The US Women’s Rugby Foundation supports USA Sevens Team bid for the World Cup with financial contribution.

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3/11/2009

The New Orleans Rugby Recovery Effort enjoyed a strong third year as twenty USWRF members volunteered at a Jeanie C. Linders Fund “There’s No Place Like Home” home in New Orleans’ Hollygrove neighborhood.

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11/7/2008

The US Women’s Rugby Foundation hosted a 30-Year Reunion to celebrate 30 years of women’s rugby. Olde girls who played at the FIRST WOMEN’S CLUB NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS traveled to Lake Mary Florida to reminisce and watch the Women’s Division I & Division II National Championships.

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2/27/2008

Our 2008 New Orleans Rugby Recovery Effort for the Habitat for Humanity volunteer project was a resounding success. Once again ruggers and supporters from around the country came to New Orleans to lend a helping hand with the ongoing rebuild effort.

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11/10/2007

The US Women’s Rugby Foundation hosted its FIRST ANNUAL WOMEN’S RUGBY ROUNDTABLE on November 10, 2007 in conjunction with the Div I & Div II Women’s Rugby National Championship weekend in Sanford, Florida.

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10/27/2007

The US Women’s Rugby Foundation invites you to attend the First Annual Women’s Rugby Roundtable November 10, 2007 in Sanford, Florida. The event will be a two-part program. A roundtable discussion to focus on building support for Women's Club Rugby and a nutrition seminar presented by Leslie Bonci, Director of Sports Nutrition at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and dietitian for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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10/27/2007

KERRI MORGAN makes USA Quad Rugby Developmental Squad. USWRF makes donation to Kerri Morgan, quad rugby player and one of few women competing for a spot on the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Rugby Team.

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10/8/2007

Throw Me Something, Rugger! The New Orleans Halfmoons will be hosting their 29th Annual Mardi Gras Tournament on February 2nd-3rd, 2008. Consult the Halfmoon's web site for more details. And don't forget that the USWRF offers an opportunity to volunteer for New Orleans Habitat for Humanity in the days preceding the tournament.


10/8/2007

The New Orleans Rugby Recovery Effort is a volunteer opportunity to spend two days working side by side with other volunteers to help clean up and rebuild homes in the New Orleans area. Click here for more information and to volunteer.


3/1/2007

United States Woman's Rugby Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization! Donations made to the USWRF are tax deductible. Visit our Donations Section to start making a difference for Women's Rugby today!

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2/15/2007

After arriving at the Musicians Village and going through orientation, the women rugby volunteers were ready to work with Habitat for Humanity.

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12/15/2006

The US Women’s Rugby Foundation (USWRF) made their introduction at the 2006 Women’s Rugby National Championships held at Disney’s Wide World of Sports. USWRF Board Member Lisa Durham manned the table and fielded questions while handing out over two hundred flyers announcing the Foundation's upcoming projects.

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