Colorado State W

Colorado State W

About

Colorado State University’s Women’s Rugby team is a Division 1 competitive sport club. Sport Clubs are organizations that give students the opportunity to play their favorite sport at a competitive level. The main differences between a Varsity-level program and a sport club team are the level of funding, no formal recruiting, and we do not have a full time coaching staff. As a sport club, the team receives a limited annual budget from student fee allocations and generates most of their operating budget from dues and fund raising activities. Participating on a sport club team is a good way to keep that competitive edge and have fun at the same time. As a member of the Pacific Mountain Rugby Conference we play other highly competitive teams including the University of Colorado, Brigham Young University, U.S. Air Force Academy, University of Wyoming, University of New Mexico, University of Northern Colorado, and others. Our goal is to establish ourselves as a dominate presence in the western territory, which includes ultimately winning the regional tournament and placing in the National Tournament. In the 2010-2011 season, CSU Women's Rugby won the Western Region tournament, which won them one of sixteen spots at the Nationals. They went 1-1 at the tournament, which concluded the most successful season the team has had thus far.

In the 2010-2011 season, CSU Women's Rugby won the Western Region tournament, which won them one of sixteen spots at the Nationals. They went 1-1 at the tournament, which concluded the most successful season the team has had thus far.