Tigers Advance in Playoffs

The Tigers were scheduled to play Southeastern Louisiana University (SLU) Saturday 11/16, but SLU has opted to not participate in post season play. Therefore, the Tigers get an automatic bid to move to the next round of playoffs. In discussions with university representatives, SLU was just not ready for post season play and have opted to not participate.

Note: the match scheduled for 11/16 at Memorial Field has been cancelled.

Thanks for your help!

The Tigers were disappointed but now can focus their energies on travel and winning at Furman. To advance, the Tigers will need to win 80 minute matches on Saturday and Sunday.

Now the pressure is on. We need all hands in Tiger Rugby Nation to help with donations to help fund this run. We will be moving 30 players to Furman for two days of play and need your help to make that a reality.

Every dime is important, so dig in and make a contribution of some type today. You can donate any money at this link. All donations are tax deductible and each dime is squeezed for maximum benefit for the players. Thanks for any funds you can give us.

Thanks to the folks who see the vision and who have stepped up already. Drs. Carol and Dale Smith have joined with Kevin Roedel, Paul Bauer, Stacy Cotton, Steve McCune, Dan Hall, Marty and many others who have contributed to the Tigers post season run.

Also, please join the Tiger Rugby 100 Club. We need 100 supporters to give us at least $10 per month. You can sign up to be a monthly supporter here. Thanks to Tiger Alums and supporters Steve Ballard, Chris Lemons and many others for being monthly supporters.

Many others purchased bling to support the Tigers at the last match. Bling will be available at the match on Saturday and may also be purchased at our store at Tytan Rugby.

Please sign up your Kroger Card to give the Tigers free money. This can be done here.

Thanks to all. Every dollar donated helps. Please donate today!

Go Tigers Go!

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