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Fall Season Preview

Michigan rugby is back on campus and is set to start the fall campaign with an intercity battle against the Ann Arbor men’s club this Saturday on Elbel Field at 6:00pm. The following week on September 7th, Air Force comes to town for a Friday night battle on North Field at 6:15pm. The Zoomies were …

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Michigan Takes Second at State Games

After a glorious day of rugby the Michigan team grabbed the silver medal in the Meijer State Games. Many failures, many successes, and much fun filled the day as the team represented U of M well. The fundamentals, teamwork, and determination exhibited will serve the club well in the upcoming fall season. Meijer State Games …

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Meet February Player of the Month: Nic Bishar

February Player of the Month is Nic Bishar. This comes as no surprise to those affiliated with the UMRFC. Nic’s  inspiring work ethic and attitude has made him a leader on and off the field in just a year’s time. You may recall seeing his name in the West Virginia match report for perhaps one …

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UMRFC Adopts a Family for the Holidays

The UMRFC recently participated in the Volunteers of America Michigan’s Family Adoption Program. The program helps organize the giving of gifts for over 24,000 people during the holiday season. This includes more than 16,000 children. The program not only serves as a way to help families in need, but helps add perspective to many of …

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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 Edges Pitt 31-27

Pittsburgh, PA – The men in blue finished the playoff weekend 1-1 after tipping the University of Pittsburgh 31-27. Conditions remained poor and limited attacking opportunities.  However, both teams manage to play field position well and took their chances when close to the goal line.  Michigan did so early, jumping out to a 12-0 lead …

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Michigan Falls to West Virginia 24-5

Pittsburgh, PA – The maize and blue woke up to an unexpected two inches of snow on the ground.  Unfortunately, conditions at the field were even worse. West Virginia was able to out-muscle U of M on a snowy field filled with very large pools of water.  The conditions led to a large amount of …

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