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4 squads…. 2 days…. 1 Championship Cup!!! KICK OFF TODAY AT SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY.

11:00 SACRAMENTO STATE VS CAL POLY
1:30 - SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY VS UC SANTA CRUZ

03/04/2022

We have now confirmed all 4 teams in our conference playoffs!! This event will be hosted at San Jose State with the address listed below.

Lookout for more information regarding our Conference Championship!

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This Saturday we will be at Steuber Stadium for the Pacific Coast Sevens Championship!

The winner of this tournament will go on to Nationals! Lookout today for more information on The Livestream.

Cheers!

02/03/2022

Full article (subscription required): https://bit.ly/3HrsKKQ

Tiffany Lopez and James Fonda discuss the rise of San Jose State Women's Rugby, starting from a 1-7 season in 2017-18, to sharing the top of the DII West Coast conference standings with Santa Clara University. The two play each other on March 12. Read more: https://bit.ly/3HrsKKQ.

The West Coast will name a 15s champion this season but will not participate at the regional/national levels. National 7s, however, is on the calendar.

Photo: The previous West Coast playoffs in spring 2019 (Gabriella Tamagri-Christian is still crushing it)

16/02/2021
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Saw this today on Facebook. With all of the disasters happening in this world, this gives me some hope. For those who take on the burdens of our society’s consequences and make no excuses. Thank you!! One more rugger changing the world and saving the world.

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Timeline Photos 03/06/2020

We understand that our platform is one that represents so many. We sincerely apologize as we have been navigating and educating ourselves on how to best communicate our anger and pain in these trying times. As the message states above, we stand in solidarity for those who represent us and stand for those who cannot anymore. Our intentions were never to let down anyone and promise that we will do better because we do stand.
For those of you on this page who are unaware on how you can get involved, please follow the link in our bio. It lays out just some ways that you can all involved. ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿❤️

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Hi Ruggers, for those who are interested, I will be a guest speaker for Rugby Tackling Life. I will be covering recruitment and team management! If you’re interested, tune in tomorrow at 11:00 am. Follow this link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/902796213 (posted in our bio)

09/04/2020

Congratulations to these Seniors. Thank you for your hard work and dedication tho this Conference!!

Full article: https://bit.ly/2xVDUJI

Janet Miramontes, Ashley Torrecillas and Taylor Bauerle were all part of SMC Women's Rugby's title-contending season last year, as well as the rebuild that followed when 12 seniors graduated. The trio speak with love, respect and hope as they reminisce and look ahead to the Gaels' future prospects.

Photos: Rebecca Harper & R**t Atwal

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Today would have been a really special day for many. And personally a huge day for me. Today, I would be hosting my 1st Playoff Finals as the West Coast Rugby Commissioner. This year has been amazing seeing all of my teams build better relationships, come together as one conference and support each other. Thank you to all of my Team Representatives (board members, coaches and team staff) for helping me to put on an awesome year of Women’s Collegiate rugby. I am confident that many of our teams would have done well post season in both 7’s and 15’s. Congratulations to all seniors who will be graduating this year. I look forward to seeing many returners next season! Please stand by for some announcements coming soon!! - Tiffany Lopez

NBC Sports Gold Rugby Pass 28/03/2020

NBC Sports Gold Rugby Pass Watch the 2019-20 Gallagher Premiership Rugby League match, Heineken Champions Cup and the knockout phase of the European Rugby Challenge Cup!

Timeline Photos 27/03/2020

Omg Aly’s other pics didn’t post!!!

Timeline Photos 27/03/2020

🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Aly Martin from Sac State 🐝💛💚🏉 has been playing mostly fullback with a hint of outside center and has been playing rugby for almost 3 years! She’s a Public Health major 🩹 with an emphasis in community health education 👨‍👩‍👧‍👧👩‍👩‍👦👨‍👨‍👧‍👦. Ideally, her career will be in health policy or emergency management, but ultimately wants to be an authentic representative for her community. Her favorite memory with Sac State was getting a black eye 👁‍🗨during her last game (s/o to ‘s hip). She says its been a pleasure running with this conference and she cherish’s the friendships and connections made along the way!❤️

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Tyra Furtado of the SJSUWRC Women of Sparta 💙💛🏉 She will be getting her degree in Biology 🧫🔬
She has playing for 2 years now as a lock 🔒 And Flanker 😈 Her favorite memory was Scoring my first try!🎉

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Angelle Marshall of Cal Poly🐎💚💛🏉 She has been playing for the past 4 years as a prop 💪🏽and ho**er ⚓️ She will be getting her Degree in Biology 🧫 Her favorite memory was Going to 7s nationals last year and introducing her coaches to some... interesting music along the way 😈👆🏼

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Conference:

This is Isabela Goodman, Forward Captain and senior at San Jose State University. Bella will be getting her degree in Design with a concentration in animation 💻and illustration 🖌! She has been playing Rugby for 5 years and has been a Woman of Sparta for 2 years 💙💛🏉👌🏽 Her best rugby memory was having her 5 & 3 year old siblings cheer her on in her high school years rugby.

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Veronica Bossio of the SJSUWRC Women of Sparta 💙💛🏉👌🏽. She will be receiving her degree in Public Health. She played Fly-Half and is an incredible kicker.👟
Her best rugby memory was her very first game ever against Monterey Bay because She was so nervous, but it was also such an exhilarating experience.(she made 10/10 kicks from anywhere on their field and can kick with both legs)!! ⭐️

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Shelby Robinett, Cal Poly 🐎🏉. 3 years with the club playing mostly 8 man. 8️⃣ Shelby will be getting a degree in Environmental management 🌲and protection. Shelby’s Favorite memory with the club is watching the rookies begin to love playing as much as She does and big hits.

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Dee Payne of HSU 🌲🏉. Dee will be getting a degree in Sociology (BA). Playing Flanker, Ho**er, Center, Wing, Dee has been playing rugby for 5 years. Dee’s favorite rugby memory was finally getting a try ☝🏼🏉and having all of the HSU teammates being there to celebrate it 🎉! Also any bonding moments that they all shared.

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Tatiana Marie Ramirez of The UNR Wolfpack 🐺🏉 Loose head prop, and flank. This was her 2nd year playing rugby. She will be Receiving a bachelor’s in journalism 📔 and a minor in Spanish. Her Favorite memories, are her first practice back and every moment since then. Coming back after having a baby, She was nervous. But everyone (even the new girls from the year before and this year) were welcoming and happy for her to be back after having taken a year off. That’s the thing with their wolf pack, we are a PACK. No one is left behind or excluded, they are and will always be there for one another. These girls are her other family.

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🚨West Coast Rugby Conference Senior Spotlight:

This is Krista Matsumura of the UNR Wolf Pack 🐺🏉💙. She has been playing for 3 years as a ho**er ⚓️, Flanker 😈, Eight Man 8️⃣ and Scrum Half 💁🏻‍♀️. She has been studying Criminal justice with an emphasis in law and justice 👮🏻
Her Favorite memories are all the road trips we got to take as a team! 🚐

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Madison Alford. She has been playing for Sac State for 3 years 🐝💛💚🏉. She will be obtaining her degree in Social Work 👥 following college she Wants to do medical social work. For the past 3 years she has played Tighthead prop/Flanker 😈
Her Best memory is Singing “It’s A Great Day To Be Alive” before every game. It has not only given her chills but has put her head in the game. She will always associate that song with my rugby family. Also, getting her first black eye was pretty fun. Always call your tackles, so you don’t bump heads with a teammate! 😂

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This is Vanessa Mozo from CSUMB 🦦💙🏉 Her major is social work 👥 Her position is Prop. She has played rugby for 1 1/2 and her best memory from rugby was being able to create a family away from home and being able to play with them on the field.👯‍♀️❤️

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Melissa Baron. She has been playing rugby for 4 years with HSU 🏉🌲. She will be getting her degree in Social Work 👥 She has played flanker 😈 and ho**er⚓️. Her favorite rugby member is making unforgettable memories with being with her teammates, van rides 🚐 and growing as a player. It’s a bittersweet feeling having to leave the team but She is also super excited to see where else She can be able to play rugby.

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Jerria Lazaga. She has been a Woman of Sparta for 2 years with the SJSUWRC 💙💛🏉 where she played Wing. She will be getting her degree in Kinesiology 🏋🏻‍♀️🤸🏿‍♂️🚴🏾‍♀️. Her favorite memory was going to 7’s Nationals Last year and all of the memories that came with it through team bonding 👯‍♀️👯‍♀️

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Kelcie Mendonca, A Kinesiology Major in Exercise Science at Sacramento State University! 💚💛🏉🐝. Kelcie played fullback, flank, and wing. Played for two years and then had to end senior season early after tearing my ACL. 🦵🏽🩹 Her favorite rugby memory is the rush you get after a tackle, it’s not specific but it’s something that definitely stays with you.

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This is Kelsey Plough frok SMC ❤️💙🏉 She is a Justice, Community, & Leadership ✊🏼major and She plans on being a preschool teacher 🍎 after graduation🎓. She feels lucky to be the team manager this year, all thanks to her friends Andrea & Maddi who thought up this idea while cookin in the Sonic kitchen in CO this past summer. Her favorite rugby memories with the team has been the team bonding such as movie nights, and game days of course! Her SMC 🦅experience would not have been the same without this team. She is blessed to have grown up around rugby and see the growth of this sport! 💪🏽🏉

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Brianna “Bri” Kriesel. She will be graduating from CSUMB with a degree in Molecular Biology - Premed 🔬🧬🧪. For the past 2 seasons she has been playing Prop with the Lady Otters 🦦💙🏉 Her Best Rugby Memory was watching Her team struggle this season with numbers, but we were able to come together during their last home game (senior game) against against Humboldt. They were all super pumped for it and played the best game of their season. They fought all the way to the end and came out with a win! It turned out to be their last game, so She is so grateful to have ended her rugby career playing against such a friendly team and living life out on that pitch with her teammates. Thank you to HSU and her lovely Otters 💕

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🚨West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Morgan (otherwise known as Coach Mogo) from Cal Poly. 🐎💚💛🏉 She is graduating with a BS in Anthropology ⚰️💀⚒and Geography 🌎 and minors in Women’s and Gender Studies and Q***r Studies! She has been playing with the club for four years as a tight head prop in the forward pack 💪🏽. She has a million amazing memories with her beefy ladies, but one of them would be bonding with the new rookies each year and watching them grow. She can’t wait to see what Cal Poly does next year and knows they will continue to dominate!

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Renalyn “Ren” Serrano from CSUMB Lady Otters 🦦💙🏉. She will be getting her degree in Collaborative Health & Human Services with an emphasis in Social Work and Public Health 👥❤️
She was the Vice President of CSUMB Women’s Rugby and played Mainly Flanker😈 & occasional Hooke⚓️. She is wrapping up her 2nd season. Her favorite memory was Attending Scrum by the Sea 🌊 ’19 with her girls and creating some great memories. In addition, it was the first time her dad had ever seen me play so it was amazing to see him come & support the team (Fun fact, that’s where she got my first ever black eye 🥴)

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Deja Hermosillo. She will be graduating as a Biology Major 🔬🧬 from Saint Mary’s College ❤️💙🏉🦅. This was her first year playing rugby and she played as a lock 🔒 and flanker 😈 . Her best rugby memory was scoring her first try ever. It was such an amazing feeling. Her team was always so supportive while She was learning how to play the game and She is so glad That she got the chance to play with them this season. 👯‍♀️❤️

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Charli Faris of the UNR Wolf Pack 🐺🏉 and She will be graduating with a BS in Biotechnology, 🧬 minor in Environmental Science🌳🌻🍃. She has been a lock 🔒 since She started. She has played 3 full seasons. Her best rugby memory is after playing two games in a weekend and one of them on Treasure Island for a muddy game. It was an amazing and beautiful weekend of rugby that she will never forget and the bad ass women who played that weekend next to her.

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Elena Strom (C) of Cal Poly 💚💛🏉🐎 where she played Fly Half for 4 glorious years. She is an Environmental Management 🌳🍃🌻 Major. Aside from meeting her best friends and a whole community of amazing people — Best mem was going UNDEFEATED in her senior season!! 💚 (Also prom dress rugby is always a good time 💃👊)

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Claire Branson of HSU🌲. Her major is Environmental Science and Management🍃🌳🌻. She has played locked 🔒 for 4 years. Her best rugby memory was traveling 16 hours ⏰ to a tournament in San Diego where they played the All Blues with National players on it and got completely crushed but had a fun time doing it. She thinks they touched the ball twice that entire game.

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Gina Schneider. She will be getting her degree in Criminal Justice 👮🏾‍♀️With a minor in Sociology from Sacramento State University💚💛🏉🐝. For the past year and a half she has been playing Lock🔒 Her Best rugby memory was Playing in Scrum by the Sea 🌊in San Diego in November in front of her friends and family.

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Janel Cuevas. She is the President for the USF Dons 💚💛🏉 She will Be getting her degree as in Psychology w/ a Neuroscience minor 🎓🧠. She has been playing rugby for 4 years as a Wing, fullback, and ho**er. Her Fav memories would be the rugby family she made throughout college 👩🏻‍🤝‍👩🏽👩🏼‍🤝‍👩🏿👩🏽‍🤝‍👩🏻Without them, She wouldn’t be the person That she is today nor be able to do half the things She thought She couldn’t or wouldn’t be able to do. She will truly miss playing with them post grad.❤️

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🚨 West Coast Rugby Senior Spotlight:

This is Ashley Torrecillas. She will be getting her BA in Liberal Arts and is currently getting an MS in Management. She has been playing rugby for 3 years as an inside/outside center. Her favorite memory would be Creating new friendships and deepening old ones❤️👯‍♀️. It was a privilege for her to come back and play one more year with the best ga(e)ls around.🦅❤️💙🏉

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This is Sarah Armanino. She will be getting a degree in Social Work 👨‍👩‍👧👨‍👩‍👦👩‍👩‍👦👨‍👨‍👧 with a deaf studies minor looking to reform the criminal justice system and help our youth. This is her fourth year playing for Sac State 💛💚🏉🐝 Third being president. She has played lock 🔒and 8man. Her best memory of rugby would have to be all the amazing team bonding experiences off the field. Every car ride 🚙, ever film night📽, every bbq 🍗🥩at their coach’s house, and every night She got to spend time getting to know the rookies. This sports changed her life and She wouldn’t wanna be a part of any other club or conference filled with so many strong and dedicated young athletes. ❤️

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