Boise State Women's Rugby is back at it! After having to rebuild from the impact of COVID 19 we are stronger than ever. We are excited to announce that we have qualified for the national collegiate rugby competition in New Orleans. But, we need your support to get there! Traveling as a club sport is expensive and any help is greatly appreciated. Your support leads to the growth of this program and the strengthening of rugby in the state of Idaho. One of our main goals as a club is to collaborate with local high school and middle school teams in order to inspire the next generation of ruggers to work hard, follow their passions, and pursue a college education while doing it.
As the only full-contact sport for women at the collegiate level, rugby instills confidence and helps develop leadership skills in our players. Many women on our team are in the STEM field and are studying and working in male-dominated fields. Rugby fosters a community of strong women building each other up. Going to this national competition will allow us to continue to build our network of amazing, strong women!
If we make our goal and travel to New Orleans, you can watch us play on CBS Sports!
Thank you for supporting our club!
Scoring in rugby is called "scoring a try" and with a successful kick afterwards it is worth 7 points!
Our goal is to bring 10 players with us, this is a dollar each!
Our team goes through about 24 bottles of water in a full day of playing rugby!
$65 is the fee for each player to be registered with NCR!
This will give 4 of our players a place to rest (and shower!) for the night after a long day of rugby in New Orleans.
Boise to New Orleans is a little too far to run!