Friday, August 29, 2014

ASU Ranked #18 in the Nation

                                                                              ASU Ranked #18

ASU Rugby begins its first Varsity Cup Season ranked at #18. The rankings are based largely on past performance but ASU head coach Gary Lane Says: "This is a big year for us, we are in the Varsity Cup, we have a new
professional Rugby Academy and a pathway to professional rugby with the
Brumbies in Australia, we have an abundance of new talent and coaching
resources. We are targeting a top ten spot this year, it is a transition
year for us and we have high expectations of a successful season."
 ASU Rugby has been somewhat of a leader in the USA, the Brumbies Academy and Rugby Bowl are proof of that. Over the coming year ASU has a number of other exciting announcements. As far as Rugby is evolving ASU is putting its hand up to become a leader and a force to be reckoned with in USA and international Rugby.

For more info or to join ASU Rugby


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