The Southeastern Collegiate Rugby Conference (SCRC) was started in 2010 to serve the needs of the collegiate rugby community and has been a consistent supporter of the sport for its member teams since inception. The SCRC has proven itself to be responsive to the shifting needs of its members and the collegiate rugby community on the southeastern United States.
Here is news from the conference:
- Southeastern Conference moves 15s Competition to SpringAugust 03, 2020 – The Southeastern Collegiate Rugby Conference (SCRC) announced today that it has moved the 15s conference competition to the spring semester as a result of travel restrictions and other insurmountable obstacles related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This move affects both Division 1 and Division 2 teams of the SCRC. As student athletes […]
- SCRC Evaluates Affiliation OptionsSCRC Conference Commissioner Marty Bradley has been spending hours calling, talking, thinking and evaluating options for affiliation for the SCRC since the collapse of USA Rugby. The possibilities for conference affiliation are many, each one with opportunities and challenges. We are grateful for the work of Marty on these important matters for the conference. He […]
- USA Rugby Cancels CompetitionsUSA Rugby canceled all post season play in the USA. On March 20th they issued the following statement. “All sanctioned competition and rugby activities are suspended for the foreseeable future, effective March 20, 2020. Members and clubs are asked to refrain from match play, training or team gatherings during this period. Accident and Liability claims will […]
- Alabama wins at LA 7sMarch 2, 2020 – The Alabama 7s rugby team took first place honors in the Los Angeles 7s competition beating New Mexico Highlands University in the big stadium last weekend. It is a thrill that SCRC was so well represented at this top flight event. You can read the full report from Goff Rugby here.