Saturday, January 21 @ Grand Canyon University
Saturday, January 28 @ 1:00 pm vs. University of San Diego (CMC Parents Field)
Saturday, February 18 @ 4:00 pm vs. Long Beach State (Pomona South Campus Athletic Field)
Saturday, February 25 @ California State University, Fullerton
Saturday, March 4 @ Elon University for NSCRO 7s Qualifier
Saturday, March 11 @ 1:00 pm vs. Azuza Pacific University (CMC Parents Field)
Saturday, April 1 & Sunday, April 2 @ California State University, Maritime Academy for California Cup
Saturday, April 8 & Sunday, April 9 @ PacWest Championship (CMC Parents Field)
Saturday, April 29 & Sunday, April 30 @ Infinity Park (Glendale, Colorado) for NSCRO 15s Nationals
Saturday, June 3 & Sunday, June 4 @ Talen Energy Stadium (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
The Claremont Colleges Men's Rugby Team is comprised of students from CMC, Pomona, Pitzer, and Harvey Mudd. The team competes in the Gold Coast Rugby Conference with teams such as USC, USD, Cal State Long Beach, and others. Men's rugby is one of the most successful athletic programs among the 5C's, consistently competing for or winning it's league and advancing to the national playoffs. The team won the USA Rugby Collegiate Division II National Championship in 2010.
The Men's Rugby Team plays home league matches on CMC's Parents Field, usually on Saturdays at 1:00 pm. The league season runs from mid-January winter camp, through late April or early May, with pre-season beginning in October. All players are welcome, and no rugby eperience is required. We will teach you!
Coach: Jeremy Ognall
Coach Ognall can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the team's page on Facebook
2015-2016 Season Update:
The Lions' 15s team finished the 2015-16 campaign with a 12-1 overall record and finished as the National Runner-Up in NSCRO.
The Lions' 15s traveled to Vallejo, CA for the Pacwest Regional Tournament. They prevailed as the Champions and will travel to Glendale, Colorado for the NSCRO National Championships on April 30-May 1.
The Lions beat the University of Denver 48-15, jumping out to a 17-10 lead at half and then absolutely dominating play in the 2nd half. In the Regional Final, the Lions faced up against the Vatos of New Mexico Highlands University. The first half saw the Lions and Vatos exchanging scores with the Lions entering halftime with a 20-12 lead. The Lions came out firing in the 2nd half to go ahead 27 to 12 but the Vatos fought back and made the score 27-22 with about 15 minutes to go. The Lions scored the last 10 points and won 37-22. Bobby Chiu was named the Pacwest Regional MVP.
The Lions' 7's traveled to Stockton, CA for the NSCRO National 7s Qualifier and prevailed by beating the University of Pacific 31-12. The Lions will travel to Philadelphia for the National 7s Championship June 4-5. The Lions are one of only two teams who have ever qualified for both a 15s and 7s National Championship and the first team ever to do it in the same year.