About the Rocky Mountain Challenge
The Rocky Mountain Challenge is America's Premier Rugby Tournament. Founded in 2000, the Rocky Mountain Challenge was the first high school all-star tournament of its kind, and was the predecessor of what are today known as Regional Cup Tournaments by USA Rugby.
Teams from all over the United States compete in 6 brackets- Tier I (Seniors/Juniors, Boys and Girls), Tier II (Sophomores/Freshmen, Boys and Girls) and this year both Boys and Girls Middle School. The Rocky Mountain Challenge continues its long-standing tradition of providing the highest level of high school rugby competition in the country.
We have National Level Coaches and Selectors at the Rocky Mountain Challenge to evaluate the players. The players identified by the coaches and selectors will be invited to advanced camps.
Tournament Director: Bob Lesnansky
Official Tournament Contact: Rich Cortez
Competition Director: Erik Geib