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Penn State Teams Hit the Road for National Playoffs

April 21 2018: Penn State Women vs. James Madison University – 10am EST

This weekend the women head to East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina for the Round of 16 and 8 of the USA Rugby national playoffs.  The women qualified for nationals this past fall with their B1G Conference Championship victory against the University of Notre Dame.

The Round of 16 will pit Penn State against Mason Dixon Conference #5 James Madison University. Penn State last saw JMU in the spring of 2016, a match that Penn State won decisively despite letting in two tries. On the other side of the bracket is Mason Dixon #1 University of Virginia versus Mason Dixon #3 University of North Carolina. If everything goes according to plan, Penn State will take on the winner, UVA being the heavy favorite, at 11am on Sunday.

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Attend the 2018 Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Championships

Join us in Chester, Pa., June 2-3, for an exciting weekend of men and women’s rugby! The gates open at 7:30 a.m. both days. Buy your tickets here.

Get to Know Your Men’s Rugby Team!

Get to Know Your Men’s Rugby Team!Brendan Collum

Brendan Collum started playing rugby in the third grade, for a local flag rugby team in his hometown.

Five years later he found himself playing tackle in a local club team.

Collum now is a sophomore studying biomedical engineering at Penn State, using his rugby passion and experience to play the Lock position for Penn State Men’s Rugby.

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Corrine Heavner Chooses to be Challenged

Corrine Heavner Chooses to be Challenged

Corrine Heavner can barely remember a time when she wasn’t playing rugby. She had stepped onto the field for the first time when she was four years old and never wanted to take a step away. “I was always drawn to rugby from the very first time I played,” she said.

Heavner values inclusivity and finds that rugby does too, making the sport all the more important to her.

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