Join us for the October Cascade All Star 7’s camp. This is a select side camp for the inaugural Cascade All Star 7’s team.
When: Sunday, October 28, 2018, Noon to 4pm
Where: Seattle University’s indoor turf field at 550 14th Ave, Seattle, WA 98112 (SU’s gym)
What to bring: Cleats, rugby shorts, mouth guard, a light and a dark jersey/shirt, water, and snacks
Photo Credit: NSCRO – 2017 All Star 7s
CCWRC will be putting together an All Star 7s Team to travel to St. Petersburg, FL to play in the NSCRO All Star 7s Championship at Eckerd College January 19-20, 2019. We are seeking current players from Whitman College, Seattle University, University of Puget Sound, Reed, Lewis & Clark, Western Oregon University, and Southern Oregon University.
For those who do not know what an All Star Team (aka select side team) is, it is a team composed of players from various teams in a rugby conference. Typically they are players who have never played together, unless multiple players from one team are selected, but they have often played against each other. Player experience often ranges from rookie to seasoned veteran. These players are the best of the best and are very adaptable. Still not sure of what an All Star Team is? Think of our 15s and 7s Eagles.
We will hold two to three camps (team selection and practice) prior to our travel to Florida. For those interested in attending our camps (location and date(s) TBA) please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Nervous about coming to a camp on your own? Grab a teammate and bring her along!
Pictured is a mock-up of our All Star jersey!!
Seattle University’s Player of the Week is Hannah! “Not only does Hannah’s warm and playful personality bring fun energy to the team, she also happened to be an incredibly fly half. ‘I’ve played a number of sports growing up, but I stated playing rugby in high school and I have never played a sport with such an all around environment of love and support. It’s a sport and a community that provides women with so much confidence, which I think is so incredibly important, especially at this time in our lives. When I tell people I play rugby I usually get a look of surprise mixed with awe and usually a little fear, and I love that and I love rugby.'” Hannah is Seattle U’s Veep. (credit-@seattleuwomensrugby)
Who is your player of the week?
Stay tuned for a write-up about this Saturday’s upcoming matches, the first of the spring season!
Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 Volunteer Program
“Be a part of Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018, the first Rugby World Cup taking place on American soil! Beyond the competition at AT&T Park, our volunteering efforts will stretch across various locations such as hotels, training facilities, and transportation hubs with roles such as Bay Area Ambassadors, Rugby Geniuses and support for Media, Production & Operations teams”.
If you happen to be out of the loop, World Cup Rugby 7s will be held at AT&T Park in San Francisco beginning Friday, July 20, 2018 through Sunday, July 22, 2018. Volunteers are needed from Monday, July 16, 2018 through Wednesday, July 25, 2018.
This is an amazing opportunity to participate without playing! For those of you who need internships, your volunteering can be considered as such. Volunteers submit an application and provide information about where they would like to placed, which means there’s potential to have a somewhat tailored experience. Applications should be submitted soon so that interviews and training can happen in the spring (it’s only January and not officially spring yet).
Please see this Volunteer One-Sheet which will provide you with more information as well as where to submit your application. This opportunity is not limited to college students or ruggers only, so if this is something you would be interested in, submit your application now (https://www.rwcsevens.com/volunteer).
It is officially almost the end of 2017 and boy has it been a year! Hopefully everyone is pulling through their holiday hangovers of too much fun, food, and excitement. We are excited to announce the release of the 2018 Spring Schedule. We don’t anticipate any changes, but as we’ve all learned, especially this fall season, we are a fluid ever-changing conference and ultimately change is inevitable. That being said, do not hesitate to contact Q with questions or concerns related to the schedule or anything else.
We hope you have a wonderful New Year’s Eve! Stay safe and we’ll see you back on the pitch in 2018.
|Feb 17th||at Willamette||at Whitman||at L&C||SU||EWU||UPS||BYE|
|Feb 24th||UPS||WOU||at EWU||BYE||at L&C||Willamette||at SU|
|Mar 3rd||BYE||at UPS||SU||WOU||BYE||Vegas 7s||at Whitman|
|Mar 10th||L&C||BYE||Spring Break||Spring Break||WOU||at EWU||at Willamette|
|Mar 17th||at WOU||at L&C||Spring Break||Spring Break||BYE||SU||EWU|
|Mar 24th||Spring Break||Spring Break||BYE||Spring Break||Spring Break||Spring Break||Spring Break|
|Mar 31st||Spring Break||Spring Break||Whitman||at UPS||Spring Break||Spring Break||Spring Break|
|Apr 7th||DII Sweet 16s?||Prom Dress||NSCRO Plyoffs?|
|Trny @ L&C?|
|Apr 14th||Prom Dress|
|Trny @ L&C?|
|Apr 28th||Alumni Wknd|
DI and DII Women’s Rugby Semi-Finals
DI and DII Women’s Rugby Finals
For more information check it out on USA Rugby.
The Spring Season for CCWRC kicks off this weekend. We hope you are all ready for some amazing rugby. As you are out there practicing in the cold and the wet; we thought we would share some motivating news with you!
USA Rugby has announced the dates for the National Championship (Locations are coming in the next 3 weeks)
Selection Announcements: April 7
“Play-In” Round of 32 (If deemed appropriate by USA Rugby): April 12-13
Round of 16: April 25-27
Semi-Finals/Finals: May 9-11
A few things explained
Who goes and who stays?
The CCWRC Conference Champion team will have an automatic bid into play off rounds.
How will we decide the Champion?
USA Rugby requires (with some provisos of understanding) that all teams play 5 games to qualify for post-season. As we get scores from the last season and this seaon, CCWRC will discuss with all teams what the conference championship will look like, where it will be, and how many teams will be involved. Check your emails as the season progresses.
What if you are 2nd in the conference?
This is where the (Possible) Round of 32 comes in. If you do not get an automatic qualify bid (i.e. first place) you can submit an At Large Selection. Depending on what USA rugby feels this may qualify you for post-season play.
What does this mean for you right now?
Keep playing hard and schedule friendlies with teams that will challenge you.
Start fundraising for travel!
Send your unnoficial scores to email@example.com. While these won’t be final scores it may be a quicker way to keep our page updated.
Still have questions or are just super confused?
Email your President! firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have scores from your games please email them to email@example.com
We will post unofficial scores until we have the official scores.
As we all know the Washington State University Women’s Rugby Club has recently been leading the D2 post-seasons. With multiple appearances in Post season play and lots of hardware to boot, these Cougs are set to continue on the tradition again this year.
CCWRC couldn’t be more proud to be represented by these Cougs at the USA Rugby D2 National Championship.
Read about the Cougs journey in the Spokesman-Review article here and if you are in the Stanford area come out to cheer on the Cougs this weekend!