GREELEY, Colo. – The Women’s Collegiate All-American 15’s has named their full squad for All-Star Week taking place Aug. 1 and 3 at the University of Northern Colorado. Central Washington Women’s Rugby had three student-athletes named to the All-American squad.

The three Wildcats that will join the team in early August are Spencer Boldt, Leah Marie Ingold, and Bianca Ortiz-Pallen. Bodlt will play at the fullback position for the All-American team. Ingold is listed as Flyhalf for the squad, while Ortiz-Pallen will play the Back row position.

“These student-athletes are more than deserving of this honor,” CWU Head Women’s Rugby Coach Trevor Richards said. “Day in and day out these three led from the front all season and set the standard for CWU Women’s Rugby in the classroom as well as the pitch. They are a true representation of what it means to be a Wildcat.”

The All-Star Week is an event that will bring together four teams including the All-Americans, Women’s Premier League East & West All Stars, as well as a D1/D2 All Star team. On Day One, the WPL West and D1/D2 All Stars will play each other first, at 3 p.m. mountain time, after which the All-Americans will face the WPL East All Stars at 5 p.m. mountain time.

On Day two, the day one losers will face off at 9:30 a.m. with winners playing in the final at 11:30 a.m. Admission is free to all fans and a live stream available on the Women’s Premier League Facebook page, facebook.com/wplrugby.

Fans can also follow live score updates from the All-Star Week though the USA Rugby social media channels (@USARugby). To see the full All-American squad, fans can click the link above.

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