In February 2016, the Towson University Rugby Football Club joined the the new DIAA Chesapeake Collegiate Rugby Conference. This new conference is made up of college rugby programs from both the DI and DII.
Towson Rugby is for all those who want to either continue playing from a previous organization or experience something new. Their club provides an avenue for stress release, high intensity activity and a place to attain exceptional physical fitness. You will be part of the T.U Rugby family and will find a place to call home away from home. As a team, their objective each season is to win in their division and bring home the trophy. Each and every player wants to better themselves in all possible ways to become great team players and members of society. No matter how big or small you are, experienced or have never played, go on out and give Towson Mens Rugby a try!!
The Origin of the Towson University Men's Rugby Club Spring 1975: Craig Dobkin, a rugby player for Baltimore Rugby Football Club, with Ron Stringer and Matt McGlone, promoted starting a rugby club via word of mouth and an advertisement in the Towerlight.