Many NIRSA member ask how they can get more involved with the Association and within the NIRSA Championship Series. I’m excited to say that the NIRSA Championship Series has the perfect opportunity for member institutions
UCLA defeated the University of California, Berkeley in an all-California final that pitted the 2011 champion Bruins of USTA Southern California against the four-time champion Golden Bears from USTA Northern California. Earlier in the day,
In Spring 2017, staff at Houston Community College (HCC)—a sizeable southern urban community college system—discussed the possibility of developing a unified sports program. HCC is one of the largest community colleges in the United States,
The NIRSA Championship Series is going to have one busy weekend in April as three championship tournaments come to a head. National basketball, national tennis, and our second 7v7 spring soccer tournament are all taking
It’s that time of year again! As usual, NIRSA Soccer opens up many opportunities to get involved. We’re looking forward to another successful year of regional and national play in 2019.
The NIRSA Soccer Work Team
There is nothing like walking into the gym before everyone gets there—before any players, coaches, or parents line the sidelines, before the anthem plays, before the shoes start squeaking and the first whistle blows. Walking
Hosting a regional tournament is more than just recruiting teams and scheduling games. Hosting a NIRSA regional tournament is about providing our NIRSA members with volunteer opportunities and providing the players and coaches with an
As the sun set in the west, and the 2018 NIRSA National Flag Football Championship drew to a close, participants and volunteers came together to give each other hugs and handshakes to show their appreciation
It has been an hour since the last awards were handed out. Laptops and clipboards, pylons and down boxes have all been packed away. The sun has set.
Hugs and handshakes have been shared amongst dozens
The NIRSA Flag Football Editorial Board was established to review and edit the NIRSA Flag & Touch Football Rules Book & Officials’ Manual, which is edited biannually. The current membership of the Editorial Board can