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Michigan Outpaces MSU, 33-22

In perhaps one of their best outings of the season, The University of Michigan Rugby Football Club took 3rd place in the Big Ten East Division after beating rival, Michigan State, 33-22. The two met in the first week of Big Ten play and MSU came out on top. This time around, however, Michigan’s controlled …

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Michigan Handles Purdue, 34-5

A staunch defense gave the Wolverines plenty of attacking opportunities as Michigan cruised to their first Big Ten win. But for UMRFC head coach Matt Trenary, the highlight of the game was Michigan’s defense. “It was the focus of the week,” Trenary said. “They came out and executed, and for most of the game our …

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U of M Bested by ’07 Team, 29-22

The first half was forgettable. And then the Michigan men’s rugby team came alive, but the Wolverines had no response for a final push by the Olde Boys and lost, 29-22. The Olde Boys — most of whom were members of the 2007 Midwest Championship squad — took a commanding lead early, scoring three tries …

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January Player of the Month: Kevin Cheng

Kevin Cheng has been selected as UMRFC’s first ever player of the month. He is motivated to help the club’s vision off the field and has also been a great contributor on it. This past fall, Kevin scored 7 tries as a wing for the club’s second side and earned his first first-team appearance in …

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2012 Officers Elected

Elections for the 2012 club officers were held today at Mason Hall. Congratulations to the elected officers and thanks to the outgoing members for all of your time and effort. President – Ian Etheart Vice-President – Karl Boothman Captain – Mike LaCivita Assistant Captain – Grady Bridges Treasurer – Nic Bishar Match Coordinator – Pete …

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Michigan Beaten by Grand Valley 37-7

Allendale, MI – Michigan was beaten soundly by Grand Valley today 37-7.  Numerous penalties and handling errors prevented any sort of momentum for the men in blue who now take Michigan’s #3 seed into playoffs. The opening minutes saw Michigan steal a ruck from GVSU and move the ball inside the Lakers’ 22.  Michigan forced …

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Michigan Claims 22-13 Win Over WMU

Two tries and a conversion from Grady Bridges helped Michigan hold off Western Michigan today at North Field. The win also secures a playoff spot for the Maize and Blue. The game started well with a deep kickoff from Evan Noon. The blue committed a penalty to let WMU out but most of the rugby …

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