Welcome to the official site for the University of Memphis Rugby Team. You will find articles here on our matches, the current schedule, and contacts for coaches and team leaders.
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The University of Memphis competes in the Southeastern Collegiate Rugby Conference in their DII division. U of M students (or Southwest Tennessee Community College students) are eligible to play for Memphis. Interested parties should contact Coach Dave Hill for specifics about playing. Practices are usually on Tuesday and Thursday. Check out this link for specifics about practice.
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- Memphis Take SLU Lions 7s – 2023By Coach Phil Beck The Southeastern Louisiana University (SLU) Lions hosted their inaugural 7s tournament that they hope to be an annual affair. A host of excellent sides descended on Hammond, Louisiana to test their abilities. Memphis, with 32 on the roster took two sides to the competition. The depth of our program is impressive. […]
- We Need Your Help!Kroger just gave the Memphis Tiger Rugby Team $332.89. They gave us money each quarter for free because some of you have connected your Kroger Plus card to the Tigers… and when you do… we get some money. There is no loss for you and only gain for the Tigers. So, please do the Tigers […]
- Tigers Shine at DixieBy Coach Phil Beck. February 18, 2023, Tuscaloosa AL – The Tigers started their spring 7s series with a tournament at the University of Alabama. This was the third annual Dixie 7s, which seems to be growing in prestige each year. Top teams from the area showed up to the test. Memphis got off to […]
- Tigers Fall to AuburnAuburn University – 10/15/2022 – The Memphis Tigers had a tough day at Auburn. With seven starting freshmen, the coaching staff wondered how the Tigers would fair. This would be the first real test of the team. For 20 minutes, the Tigers stayed mainly within the Auburn 35 meters… knocking on the door… but to […]