In 2018, the Claremont Colleges Women’s Rugby team won the Gold Coast Conference of Intercollegiate Rugby Women’s DIV II Title, compiling a 6-0 regular season record. They qualified for the USARugby National Playoffs. They defeated Santa Clara, University of Nevada-Reno, and Salisbury (Maryland) to reach the title game against Tulane. The Foxes dropped the hard fought match 31-14 to finish as National Runners-Up in their first DIV II season.
In 2017, the team successfully defended their 2016 USA Rugby DIV III West Region Championship (rebranded in 2017 as the National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) Pacific Coast Championship) with a 39-10 defeat of Cal State-Monterrey.
----The Claremont Foxes are a collegiate women's rugby team consisting of players from all five of the Claremont Colleges. The organization was founded in 1995, and is a Division II team that plays against other schools in Southern California.
The Foxes are a tight-knit community of athletes and friends who share a love for rugby. The team has many traditions, including a holiday party with a "Secret Rugger" gift exchange, an end-of-season party, and "Prom Rugby."
They always welcome new players, no experience necessary!
For more information, please visit the team's Facebook page, and find them on Instagram @claremontfoxes14!
Director of Rugby: Evan Wollen (evan.Wollen@claremontmckenna.edu)
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