Boston Women’s Qualified for USA Rugby Club 7s National Championship
Throughout the summer, BWRFC’s 7s Team has taken New England by storm. With early tournament wins at Worcester 7s and Newport 7s, and an overtime second place finish at Springfield 7s, Boston Women’s cinched the New England 7s Series Title and headed to playoffs at Saratoga 7s Tournament on July 18th! After an amazing day, and a tough loss to New York Women’s Rugby Club – Boston qualified for the Club 7s National Championships on August 8-9th in Des Moines, Iowa. There Boston will be one of 15 highly competitive clubs from around the nation working to take home the USA Rugby 7s Championship Title.
If you’re interested in supporting the players traveling to Nationals – please donate to assist their travel at the link below! Any contribution, large or small, helps the BWRFC players compete at the highest levels in the country.
Boston Women’s Players Competing at Club 7s National Championships:
|Lisa Van Eerde|
30th Cape Cod Sevens Tournament
While BWRFC sent a competitive team to Saratoga 7s, the bulk of the team cheered from the Cape while hosting the 30th Annual Cape Cod Sevens Tournament. This year’s holiday-themed fun tournament was a wild success for competitive, social, collegiate and men’s competitors alike – as it was the first time that BWRFC welcomed men’s teams into the historic tournament. It was a beautiful day, filled with tons of fun for all the participants.
Women’s Competitive Bracket Winners: North Shore Women’s Rugby
Men’s Competitive Bracket Winners: Boston Maccabi Rugby
Women’s Social Bracket Winners: Albany Women’s Rugby
Women’s Collegiate Bracket Winners: Boston College Women’s Rugby
Stay tuned for more information about the 2016 Cape Cod Seven’s Tournament! We just finished – but we wan’t wait to play with everyone again next year!
Northeast Olympic Development Academy Welcomes Five BWRFC Players to their Roster
In its first year of existence for female athletes, the Northeast Olympic Development Academy (ODA) has asked five BWRFC players to join the roster of this year-round olympic 7s training program. According to the website: ”The purpose of the ODA is to identify, develop and prepare Sevens rugby players with the intention of placing ambitious athletes onto the USA [Women's] National team and the 2016 USA Olympic team. The ODA will provide athletes with top level coaching, physical preparation, and playing competition to accelerate their personal development as Sevens players in line with current USA Eagles High Performance criteria.” We’re so proud of our players and are joined by the whole Boston Women’s family in cheering their accomplishments as they work to grow, develop and compete at the highest levels.
Congratulations BWRFC Players:
Lisa Van Eerde
BWRFC Welcomes New Players
for 2015 Fall Season
Boston Women’s is getting ready to return to our love of competitive 15s. We take the fields this weekend at the Saranac Pan-Am Rugby Tournament to kick off our 15s season. In August, we’ll transition from 7s to 15s as we prepare for a full fall schedule! We’ve loved a summer of playing with collegiate players from UCONN, UMASS, Boston College, Boston University, etc. But even as we say goodbye and good luck to those players headed back to their school teams, we welcome all players interested in playing rugby to come out and join us this fall! Newly graduated ruggers moving to Boston, brand new players, athletes that are looking for a new sport to embrace and women returning to the game after a break are all welcome to join us! Learn more at our New Players Page - or send us an email at email@example.com .
Fall Season Games Kick-Off September 12th and we’re excited to start a new competitive season with new and returning players wearing the Navy and White! Go Boston!