Welcome to University of Memphis Rugby

Subscribe to and check the site regularly to stay posted on your University of Memphis Rugby Club.  Tiger Rugby has a long tradition of athleticism and commitment to the game.  We are especially excited about reaching new goals this coming season.

Practice is open for any U of M students (or Southwest Tennessee Community College students) interested in a great time playing the best sport ever. Practice is located at Memorial Field on the main campus of the University of Memphis.  (Memorial Field is north of the Elma Roane Field House at 451 Zach Curlin Street, Memphis, Tennessee).  Practice runs from 4:00pm until 6:00pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  (Check the practice button for practice updates.)

Thanks for being a part of Tiger Rugby.  Go Tigers!

  • Spring 2022 is Schedule Filling Up
    The Tigers are in 7s mode for the spring and plan to participate in several 7s tournaments to tune up for the conference 7s playoffs later this spring. Here is what we are looking at right now. February 12 – UAB 7s Round Robin March 26 – Auburn 7s Tournament (In Development) April 23-24 – […]
  • Tiger Rugby #2 in SCRC
    The Memphis Tigers had a great run this fall and came in second place in the conference.  The Tigers play in the Southeastern Collegiate Rugby Conference and compete in Division II with Ole Miss, Mississippi State, MTSU, Auburn and Georgia Tech.  The Tigers only dropped two matches this fall.  One to Georgia Tech and the […]
  • All Conference Tigers
    The Tigers had a great run this year and many were selected to the Southeastern Collegiate Rugby Conference (SCRC) all-conference team.  For all-conference first team: Musa Banat – Hooker Tully Day – Prop Liam Scott – Second row Virgil Pryor – Second row Josh Scott – Flyhalf For all-conference second team: Tyler Watson – Center […]
  • Tigers Win Inaugural Curlin Cup!
    The Tigers took the Curlin Cup in a great match with CBU Saturday October 30th. The score was 39-7, but that score does not reflect the intensity of the match. Both teams fought hard to the final whistle. There were plenty of powerful runs and powerful tackles. The Tiger scores came mainly from flashy exciting […]