Univ of Wisconsin - Madison (W)
The Women’s Rugby Football Club at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UWWRFC) is a Division 1 Women's Club Sport, competing in the Midwest Women's Conference. The team plays a competitive fall season against various colleges in the Midwest and a spring season that involves attending tournaments across the country.
In 1975, women of the Madison area formed what would later become the Women's Rugby Football Club at UW-Madison, and the Wisconsin Women's Rugby Fooball Club of the City of Madison. The team started as a mix of college students and city players who loved the sport. The team was wildy successful, fielding Midwest and USA all-star players, and a number of USA Eagles who played in World Cup games. In 1998, the team officially split into the Wisconsin Women's Rugby Football Club (WWRFC) and the Women's Rugby Football Club at UW-Madison.
2015 USA Rugby National Champions • 1979, 2016 USA Rugby National Finalists • 2015 & 2016 Midwest Champions
Between the two seasons, UWWRFC conducts team fundraisers, training sessions, and other fun events. They strive to teach the game of rugby to interested women of all levels and experience. They emphasize "NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY." New players are always welcome. Rugby at UW-Madison is a fun, fast-paced game that anyone can enjoy.
All team practices and home games are held at University Bay Field on the UW campus. This field is located on the west side of the UW-Madison behind the UW Hospital.
UWWRFC will be attending the 2020 Ariel Re Bermuda Intl 7s.