National Small College Rugby Organization LLC: Latest News: NSCRO Provides Financial Support for Players at Women’s Collegiate All-American Camps

2013 WCAA Camp Players
Amber Kutnink, Morgan Myers and Jacie Vonada at WCAA Camp
Wednesday, June 19
NSCRO Provides Financial Support for Players at Women’s Collegiate All-American Camps

The Women's Collegiate All-American (WCAA) Program held two regional combine camps in May. Cal Maritime University and James Madison University hosted the regional combine camps on May 23-26 and May 30-June 1 respectively. Based on selections from the combine camps, University of Northern Colorado – Greeley will then play host to about 40 student athletes on July 18-21. The camps will include testing, drills, unit skills, evaluation and organized scrimmaging. All WCAA coaches will be on hand to evaluate the talent and identify prospective players for their respective teams.

“These new, larger regional camps will allow us to see and work with more players from a wider range of college programs, ensuring that we get the best athletes with the most potential to compete during our upcoming international tour,” WCAAs Head Coach Martha Daines said.

As part of its commitment to small college rugby, NSCRO provided a grant of $100 for each player to offset their “out of pocket” cost to attend a camp. The players who attended a camp and benefited from this were:

CMA Camp
Amber Kutnink, Wayne State College
Jacie Vonada, South Dakota State University
Morgan Myers, South Dakota State University

JMU Camp
Robin Bradley, Wheaton College
Leslie Ota, Fordham University
Katlyn Foss, Augustana College

NSCRO is proud of these players who are striving to the best player they can be.