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Posted: Wednesday, June 28, 2017 9:22 AM


American University Women’s Rugby Football Club Located in Washington, D.C. is in Search of a New Assistant Coach

American University Women's Rugby is looking for a coach this upcoming Fall 2017 season. AUWRFC is a competitive DII collegiate club that practices Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5PM-7PM (4PM-6PM during Daylight Savings Time), with Captain fitness sessions on Wednesdays. Coaching presence would be mandatory for Tuesday/Thursday practices. All practices take place in the Tenleytown area. Our competitive season is in the Fall. Games are generally every Saturday during this season at locations throughout the MD/DC/VA area. The Spring is our tournament season. We participate in the Cherry Blossom and Ruggerfest tournaments in the DMV area, and various friendlies with other competitive teams. The coach's travel expenses will be covered by the team.
The team is made up of hard-working, motivated young women, and typically has around 20 returners in addition to new rookies that join each year through heavy recruitment. The team's leadership is made up of an Executive Board of 10 players including a president, two captains, a match secretary, treasurer, and others who help the season run smoothly. There is a lot of talent on this team, and the 2017 season should be another successful one.
Previous leadership and/or coaching experience is desired, but not required, and we welcome recently retired players who are interested in coaching. USA Rugby coaching certification is required, but AUWRFC will help the right person obtain this certification.
If you are interested or have questions regarding this position please contact Angela Hu at, Julia Chalker at, or Katarina Walther at

AUWRFC does not pay for relocation of coaches
AUWRFC is a COLLEGE team not a private club

• Location: District Of Columbia, Washington, DC

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