Girls High School All-Americans

High School All-Americans (HSAA) are rugby players in 7s or 15s who fit within the ages of 17-18 years old and currently participate in a high school rugby program. Selections for USA Rugby’s High School All-American assemblies and competitions are primarily made from Regional Cup Tournaments across the nation. All camps and competitions are focused on long-term player development.

For questions regarding High School All-American selections and upcoming assemblies, please contact:

  • Women’s 7s and 15s | Martha Daines • mdaines@usarugby.org
  • Registered USA Rugby members who have competed in Regional Cup Tournaments and feel they have been overlooked for an All-American assembly may submit their information through a nomination form at hiperforms.com.

Regional Cup Tournaments

To become a High School All-American, athletes should compete in one or more of the five Regional Cup Tournaments throughout the country. RCTs serve as the core talent identification competition for athletes at the high school level. All-American scouts attend the tournaments ever year to make selections for upcoming All-American camps and tours. For more information on how to join a participating team, contact your State Rugby Organization (SRO).

For more information regarding the team and selection process, please contact Director Martha Daines.

Schedule & Results

*2019 assembly dates and details to follow.

DateOpponentCompetitionLocation
December 2019TBAWinter Camp 2019 TBA