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Albright competes in the Small College-Division III League in the fall for and in the spring for Mid Atlantic and national playoffs along with much tournament play.

 

BU Women’s Rugby always welcomes new faces to the team to learn the skills and rules of this awesome game. No experience necessary and all athletic levels welcome! The BU Women’s Rugby Team competes in the Small College-Division III level in the EPRU.

Bryn Mawr and Haverford Women's Rugby club, the Horned Toads, is a bi-college program that is open to any undergraduate woman from Bryn Mawr or Haverford. Rugby at Bryn Mawr is an exceptional sport because the vast majority of the players have never played rugby before entering college; in fact, many people have never played a team sport before joining the Horned Toads.

DeSales University Women were founded in 2014 and admitted to the EPRU as Recognized Members in March 2014.

The Franklin & Marshall Women's Rugby Club is a club sport open to students of all experience levels, for those looking for a fun new way to stay active and learn the rules of the great game. Welcoming to all new faces we are not just a team, but a family. The club participates in scrimmages and matches with teams from the Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union in both the fall and spring semesters.

The Gettysburg Women's Rugby Club was formed by co-founders, Ashley Binter and Debora Pfaff in 1996. During that year the team practiced unofficially with the men's team under the guidance of their coach, holding in-house competitions. In 1997, the team received recognition from the college Student Senate as a college-sponsored club sport which allowed a probationary membership status from the EPRU allowing the team to compete competitively. While no games were won that season; the team gained valuable experience playing many well-established teams in the EPRU.

The Hellbenders are Juniata College Women's Rugby team and have been in existence for 30 years. The purpose of this team is to provide athletic activity for those women who want to play rugby. This gives women the chance to participate in a competitive, yet fun sport. and to promote a friendly and fun atmosphere. The Hellbenders transferred from the Allegheny Rugby Union to the EPRU in January 2013.

Lafayette College Women's Rugby team competed in Division II in the Mid Atlantic Rugby Conference in 2012-2013, but transferred to the EPRU's Small College Division in January 2014.

The Women’s Rugby Club is an organization open to all female students, faculty, staff, and alumni of Lebanon Valley College. Rugby is a rising sport that is similar to both soccer and football. It provides the competitive spirit and togetherness of a varsity team but with a flexible schedule and less time commitment. No experience is necessary and everyone is welcome to join. Club activities include: matches against other club teams, social events, and informal pick-up events.

The dedicated girls on the Lehigh University Women’s Club Rugby Football Club (LUWRFC) have been determined to improve their program every year. The team was founded in 1994 and has quickly become a competitive team in the area. These girls have gone to Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union (EPRU) Playoffs for the past three consecutive years, despite the fact that many of the new players did not have the opportunity to play rugby in high school.

We are the Women’s Rugby Club at Millersville University, located in the heart of Lancaster County,Pennsylvania — about 1 hour west of Philadelphia. Our team competes in the Small College-Division III league of the EPRU.

The Mount Saint Mary's Women's Rugby Football Club (MSMWRFC) is a Division III team which competes in the Small College Division of EPRU. 2012 was the club's first year of match play with success on and off the field. The ladies stepped up and formulated a team with high numbers, and natural talent that has been commended by the campus, community, and competitors.

The Women's Rugby Team is a club that plays other Division III and II schools in the EPRU. Some of the schools include: Swarthmore, Scranton, Drexel, Lebanon Valley College, Lehigh, Bryn Mawr, and Lafayette. The team practices 2-3 times per week with games on Saturday mornings. The majority of the team begins with absolutely no previous experience, and we encourage anybody who is interested to give it a try! We have great coaches, who teach us the sport from scratch. Along with promoting athletic fitness, we strive for team unity and camaraderie.

The Women’s Rugby Club is an EPRU Division III-Small College club sport open to students of all experience levels.  The club competes with teams from the Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union.  Practices and matches are held during both the fall and spring semesters.

Swarthmore College Women, located in southeastern Pennsylvania, compete in the Small College-Division III of the EPRU. They are, "all about taking a break from our crazy lives to have fun playing good, clean rugby with a fantastic group of women."

Their number one priority is to, "have fun playing rugby! But we also take ourselves seriously on the field."

We are a laid back; hard-working rugby team that loves to come together and play the greatest sport around. We welcome all players - from beginners to experienced ruggers! There are generally three to four practices a week and games normally fall on Saturdays. There is also a good amount of inter-rugby hanging out and team bonding. Come out and have some fun!

Widener University is a young team that is gaining experience. We try to play as many games as we can in the spring so we are as prepared as we can be for the league season in the fall. We love the sport of Rugby, even though most of our players never heard of Rugby before coming to play on the collegiate level.

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