LITTLE ROCK, Ark.,  Nov 13, 2015 - athletes Rachel “Hunter” Griendling and Ashley Perry have signed contracts with USA Rugby to become full-time residents at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California ahead of the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.  Griendling and Perry had previously been residents at the ARPTC, both for under 12 months, before being called up to Team USA.                                    <<read more>>

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.,  Oct 1, 2015 - American Rugby Pro Training Center (ARPTC) Founder and Head Coach Julie McCoy has been selected to lead the USA Rugby Women’s Eagles Sevens squad ahead of the 2015-16 World Rugby Sevens Series and the 2016 Olympic Games. With the move, long-time ARPTC coach, Ellie Karvoski....                                                                                                                     <<read more>>

Cabrera Moves into Women’s Head Coaching Role at ARPTC

Press Release May 29, 2015: Northeast Academy partners with American Rugby Pro Training Center...   LITTLE ROCK, Ark., The American Rugby Pro Training Center today launched a new campaign aimed at capturing the goals and spirit of the year-old training facility ...                    

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Press Release May 20, 2015: American Rugby Pro Training Center Launches Play Up Campaign   LITTLE ROCK, Ark., The American Rugby Pro Training Center today launched a new campaign aimed at capturing the goals and spirit of the year-old training facility ...                        

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Press Release May 10, 2015: American Rugby Pro Training Center’s Challenge Series Welcomes Second Women’s Club Team to Training Center  LITTLE ROCK, Ark., After a highly successful camp with the Women’s Mexico National Sevens Team in late April, American Rugby Pro Training Center is set to host 1823, an Ohio-based women’s club side...

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Press Release May 1, 2015 - American Rugby Pro Training Center signs All-American Roxbury High School Senior to Summer Residency Program               << read more>>

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark., American Rugby Pro Training Center announced today that Laura Cabrera, longtime coach and former national team athlete in both sevens and 15s, will be moving into the Women’s Head Coaching role at the Little Rock training center. Cabrera has been with...

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ARPTC Announces Dates for Inaugural Girls High School Sevens Camp

Karvoski Lead Coach as McCoy Heads To Olympic Training Center

January High Performance Camp Offers Preview of Full-time Residency

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.,  Jan 7, 2016 - American Rugby Pro Training Center (ARPTC) will be hosting a January High Performance
Camp to be held at the Little Rock, Arkansas professional rugby sevens training facility. The camp will run from  January 15 through 18.                          

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The Pickle Juice Company Continues to Make An Impact In Women’s Professional Sports

Press Release May 22, 2015: American Rugby Pro Training Center to Host Women’s All Services Military Sevens Camp   LITTLE ROCK, Ark., The American Rugby Pro Training Center announced today that it will be hosting an All Services Military Women’s Sevens Camp July 24-27, 2015. The camp is open to all female service members, active, guard, and reserve ..

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MESQUITE, Texas, April 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Pickle Juice Company (TPJC), creator of the first sports drink proven to relieve muscle cramps, announces today its latest effort to inspire and support female athletes. Following the formation of its all-female Pickle Juice® Pro Cycling Team and after doubling its investment in women’s cycling year-over-year, TPJC is now spearheading a cycling mentorship program for women, led by the cycling team’s prominent athletes, Colleen Gulick and Alijah Beatty.

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Press Relesase: American Rugby Pro Training Center Launches Play Up Campaign

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., The American Rugby Pro Training Center today launched a new campaign aimed at capturing the goals and spirit of the year-old training facility ...                                << read more>>