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Hawks' Holiday Girls' Basketball Clinic

This clinic is available for girls who are currently in 4th-8th grade. Cost is $20 and registration is available online at http://rogerwilliams.imodules.com/bballclinic/.  
 
All proceeds to benefit the RWU Women's Basketball team.
 
Check-in inside the upstairs gymnasium in the Campus Recreation Center from 12:00-12:20 p.m.
 
Skills we will be working on during the clinic: Ball Handling, Passing, Shooting, Defense & Rebounding. We put the FUN in fundamentals! Here are some games we will play to support the skills we will work on: Dribble, Knockout, Relay Races, Psycho Ball, Hot Shot, and The Great Hawk Shootout.

Women's Basketball

vs. Wheaton College

Rugby Rout! RWU Women Claim Second National Championship

December 1, 2014

CHERRY HILL, N.J. – For the second time in school history, the Roger Williams University Women's Rugby team won the national championship for small college women's rugby at the national championship tournament.

Last weekend's tournament featured the best teams from four regions of the country, Minnesota-Moorhead from the West, Sacred Heart from the Northeast, Mount St. Mary's from the Mid-Atlantic, and Roger Williams from New England.

After crushing all opponents in the regular season and regional playoffs, the Hawks faced a much stiffer challenge from Moorhead in the semifinal on Saturday.  Freshman center Jacqui Wyka scored first for RWU, but Moorhead came right back and led 7-5.  Sophomore #8 Sadia Crosby then bulled her way into the endzone and the Hawks led once again.

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Men's Basketball

vs. Nichols College

Women's Basketball

vs. Nichols College

Men's Basketball

vs. Johnson & Wales

Women's Basketball

vs. Suffolk

For RWU Hawks, NCAA Tournaments & National Championships on the Horizon

November 19, 2014

BRISTOL, R.I. – With four teams – women’s soccer, men’s and women’s rugby, women’s volleyball – competing for national championships and an individual cross country runner participating in a fifth, the fall athletics season at Roger Williams University is already the most successful in the program’s history.

And with more national championship action scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, there is the potential for the list of victories to grow even further.

“The student-athletes and coaches have been working incredibly hard for months, and all of that is paying off by them reaching the ultimate goal – the national championship in their respective sport,” says Dave Kemmy, director of athletics.

Kemmy says that student-athletes across the Athletics program are sharing in this success, noting huge crowds at women’s soccer and rugby competitions this fall.

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