Conference Championship


Fresno State played Santa Cruz in a conference championship game at Cal Maritime in Vallejo on March 11th. The Dogs’ came out on top with a 64-29 win gaining the title of  D-11 West Coast Conference Champions. Our Lady Bulldogs were very excited to receive another Championship title. They now are planning to travel to Bellingham, Washington to play in the USA Rugby Division II Spring Championships on April 8th and 9th.

Fresno State is No. 6 in the Division II college rankings of The Rugby Breakdown, the highest of the four teams at the regional. Wish them luck as they travel to take on other teams in competing for the National Championship title.

Jacklyn Blankenship:

It’s Kid’s Day


The club recently participated in a community service event on March 7th, called Kids Day where we lined the streets on the corner of Blackstone and Shaw Avenue selling special editions of The Fresno Bee. The money we raised was donated to the Valley Children’s Hospital. It is a big event that is spread throughout the central valley that many people and organizations participate in.  We really enjoyed raising money as a team to help the Valley Children’s Hospital.
Jacklyn Blankenship:

 Booth on Campus

Fresno State Women's Rugby Club boothWe are so excited for this semester not only because rugby season is starting but because our club got a booth on campus. On the Fresno State campus there are about 40 club booths that circle the University Student Union on the main part of campus. Due to the immense amount of clubs and the shortage of spots not every club gets a booth every semester. We are so excited to have a club booth because this part of campus gets the most traffic which gives us opportunities to recruit, promote our home games, and connect with the student body. All semester you can find members of the Fresno State Women’s Rugby team at the booth. Stop by to say hello or ask us any questions you might have!
Nikki Wheeler:

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