Rugby, Women's - Competitive
The growing nation-wide interest in the sport of women's rugby makes this one of the most exciting and popular sports on the Binghamton University campus. A small group of interested women created and organized this team in 1990. Since then, the team has grown in both popularity and success. They compete against Division I level schools, and over the years have garnered many outstanding accomplishments.
For additional information, visit the club's web site at http://shedevilsrugby.webs.com/
Rugby, Men's - Competitive
Men's Rugby is a highly competitive and well-organized club sport. They compete at the Division I level and are one of the more formidable clubs in the division. Their primary season is in the fall from September through late October. They practice five days a week in the fall. In the spring, the club competes in various tournaments both away and at home. Generally, the practice schedule in the early spring is between 2-3 times per week. In the latter part of the spring semester, the club practices five days a week as they vie to compete in the Upstate Championship Tournament held every year in Geneva, NY. All men are welcome to participate in this club.
For additional information, visit their site http://budevils.com/.