Women's Rugby Club

Rugby combines the physicality of American football, the stamina of soccer, and the coordination of basketball to create the ultimate sports challenge. With fifteen players on the field, there’s a position for all body types, both big and small. If you enjoy a full contact sport or are looking to try something new, then USF Rugby is a good place to start. No experience is necessary, just a desire to learn. 

The USF Women's Rugby Club, which is a competitive club on campus, participates in the Northern California Rugby Football Union's Division II. The typical season consists of practices in the fall and three league games.  In the spring, the final three league games will be played to decide which clubs continue on to the regional playoffs. Currently the club competes against CSU Monterey Bay, CSU Sacramento, Fresno State, Santa Clara University, St. Mary’s College, UC Santa Cruz and UN Reno.

Head Coach: Bill Battista

Club Women's Rugby Skills Clinic

Sunday, September 9th
1-4pm Negoesco Field
This clinic is FREE to join, learn more about the sport of Rugby!
Click HERE to register!

Getting Involved

The best way to get involved is to show up to practice. We suggest arriving early so that you can introduce yourself to the coach and current members. All levels of experience are welcome.  Please contact the Recreational Sports Department at KHRC@usfca.edu with any questions. 

Participation Dues

Dues are the annual cost to participate in a Sport Club at USF. Dues will not be prorated for participants that are joining late. The Recreational Sports Department supports an open enrollment policy throughout the academic year.

Click here for instructions on activating your student account to pay participation dues.