Women's Spring Preview

Nittany Lions Women’s Rugby Squad Looks to Tackle Spring Season

With the spring season already underway, the Nittany Lion women’s rugby squad is looking to capitalize on some talented newcomers to wow the fans. The women’s squad kicked off the season February 10 and began a three-match road trip in France at the start of March. Women’s head coach Kate Daley said the team has a few games under its belt, but she is excited to see how her athletes’ potential comes together as the season continues.

“The team this year is very young and full of incredible potential,” she said. “I am looking forward to the very exciting type of rugby they have the ability to play.”

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Preparing for CRC

Collegiate Rugby Championships Put Nittany Lions on National Stage

While the spring season has yet to play out, Penn State rugby fans are keeping an eye on June 8 when the men’s squad heads to Philadelphia to play in front of a national audience.

The Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Championships (CRC) is an annual rugby sevens invitational played at Talen Energy Stadium – the home of the MLS’ Philadelphia Union. With rugby sevens played as an Olympic sport in 2016 for the first time in nearly a century, the CRC allows collegiate athletes to test their mettle in front of a national TV audience.

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Men's Spring Preview

Nittany Lion Men’s Rugby Squad Ready for Spring Season

As spring rolls around, that means one thing for the Penn State Rugby Club: the spring season and national playoffs for your Nittany Lion men’s squad! As the kickoff for the men’s season approaches March 16, Head Coach Justin Hundley has his athletes ready for what the season and spring playoffs have in store for them.

Here’s your insider guide on what to look for in spring season play:

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