U. of Michigan Women - Collegiate Rugby Championship
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U. of Michigan Women

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“The University of Michigan was founded in 1817 as the first public university in the Northwest Territories. Since then, U of M has become one of the top five public universities, home to the creator of the iPod, co-founder of Google, the 38th President of the United States, and more than 40,000 current graduate and undergraduate students who, on a regular basis, walk by the location on campus where John F. Kennedy announced the Peace Corps. The University of Michigan Women’s Rugby Football Club has been bleeding maize and blue since 1980, producing a number of Eagles and All-Americans. They have become a solid force in the Midwest, winning four championship titles in the past decade and taking a #19 DI ranking this fall after defeating The Ohio State University 55-7. UMWRFC also embarked on an inaugural tour this past March competing in the Las Vegas Invitational. After placing 6th in the 2015 CRC as a club team, they are eager to be fiercely returning under their new head coach and former alumna, Shaina Warner, and Director of Rugby, Brandon Sparks.”