WELCOME TO KSU WOMEN'S RUGBY!
Spring semester has arrived!
Schedule for the Spring 2013 season has been posted!
Practices are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays @ 7:40 PM at the Old Stadium.
If you are interested in joining our team, feel free to come on down to one of our practices! You're also welcome to email our recruitment officer.
Thanks to our Friends!
Many student athletes playing Rugby at Kansas State University focus their education on engineering. This growing field helps students gain knowledge of practical concepts such as the use of shaft encoders and encoder products during their time at Kansas State. We encourage all of our student athletes to pursue their educational goals and work hard to achieve them.
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The K-State Women's Rugby Team is a community of women with a common interest: athletics. We love to play and this is our game. We compete with a variety of teams from around the region, including both collegiate and club teams. Matches are held on the weekends during the fall and spring semesters, with a break during the winter.
Interested in becoming a part of our team? Feel free to join us at practice! We meet at 8:00pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at Memorial Stadium. If you have questions or want more information, contact one of our officers. Most of us have no prior rugby experience, but we have learned to play and in playing we have learned to love the sport. You don't have to be a student or rugby veteran, and you can hop on board even in the middle of the season--as long as you are willing to work, you can become a vital part of our team.
Check out our schedule page to see when and where we're playing next!