Niku Kruger, the sensational Kutztown University scrum-half that scored the game winning try against Life University, which in turn, catapulted the Golden Bears into the CRC championship. Niku Kruger, the all time leading scorer in Kutztown Rugby sevens history. Niku Kruger, the young lion who fought back from two ACL surgeries on the same knee. […]
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By Alex Goff (Originally published Sat, 09/27/2014 – 17:47 – goffrugbyreport.com. Reprinted with permission.) Robert Stortz scored three tries as Kutztown remained in 1st in the Rugby East – here is our full-conference wrapup. Army moved to 2-0 in Rugby East and so did Kutztown as a big day in that conference’s season came to a close. […]
By Alex Solomon (Originally published 9/16/14 on d1arugby.com. Reprinted with permission) KUTZTOWN, Pa. – Kutztown took its first step towards defending its 2013 Rugby East title and welcomed Buffalo to D1A Rugby to the tune of a 62-0 shutout in the process. The Golden Bears didn’t let the wet conditions slow their ball on […]
By Alex Goff Originally published by www.goffrugbyreport.com Reprinted with Permission Robert Stortz is back, and it wasn’t easy. It was Friedrich Nietzsche who said that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger … or perhaps it was Kelly Clarkson. With Kutztown University’s Robert Stortz being a double-major in Political Science and History, and also a […]
Kutztown returns triumphantly from their Canadian jaunt. On Saturday, the Golden Bears defeated Ottawa University 57-10. The running Bears scored nine try’s with six conversions. Freshman Nu’u Aiava, Junior Jordan Ghyzal and Sophomore Alex Duke, each dotted down one time. Hat tricks were recorded by reserve sophomore Flanker Allan Kaufman and Senior Winger Robert Stortz. […]
Fresh off of the 2014 Collegiate Rugby Championship, KU standouts Michael Lawrenson and Niku Kruger were named to the AIG Men’s Collegiate All-American team. Among the startling lineup, Lawrenson and Kruger were instrumental in back to back wins against Cambridge University, only coming up short against the Ontario Blues.