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Is the Journey Worth It? Our Graduates share their experiences!

“No other country in the world offers the facilities, opportunities, and support that the US college sport system provides.” – Hugh Clarke, Pepperdine University. It’s true. If you want to train like a professional athlete in your chosen field AND obtain a degree whilst living and travelling the country, then college sport in the US is definitely a worthwhile pursuit Continue Reading

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The Ruggers Edge continue Partnership

Mar 1, 2018 – Denver, CO: The Rugger’s Edge and Study & Play USA are proud to continue their partnership for 2018. “As the popularity of studying and playing rugby in the U.S. continues to grow, working with a company like Study and Play USA was a natural next step for The Rugger’s Edge,” Karen Fong Donoghue, founder of The Rugger’s Edge said

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Study & Play in The Ivy Leagues

You’ve heard of the Ivy League Universities, right?
As a refresher, The Ivy League is a group of eight historic, distinguished colleges and universities in the East of the USA, known for their ivy-covered brick buildings. The members of the Ivy League are Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale Universities; Dartmouth College; and the University of Pennsylvania.

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USA Rugby – Ticking the Boxes

The final whistle blows and just like that, USA Rugby ticks another box along the way to being considered a ‘rugby nation’- a legitimate global force in the game they play in heaven.

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Would You Like a Free Online Health Check?

Is social media behaviour taken into account when recruiters, coaches and schools are evaluating athletes? Absolutely. Is it unfair that you are being judged on something completely unrelated to your athletic prowess? Maybe. But it’s happening. Every day college coaches receive reports on the social media posts of prospective recruits. What they contain either helps, or hurts, that player’s opportunities Continue Reading

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