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NERFU Division III Men's rugby club based in Cambridge MA. For contact information, please check out our website http://www.mitrugby.org/contact
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The team is gearing up for the spring season!!

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Kendall Square CrossFit with Eric Garcia and 4 others.

Some awesome action shots of @mitrugby crushing they're first CrossFit workout! CrossFit is a great way to get any team in shape fast. Incorporating cardio, str...ength, stamina, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance accuracy and of course community!
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1st Spring practice is tonight at 7:00 PM at Roberts Field!

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MIT is looking to hire a new head coach!

MIT Rugby Football Club, one of the most historic rugby clubs in New England, is seeking a head coach for the Spring 2017 season and beyond. Having started in 1882, MIT now competes in the NERFU Men’s Division III league and has had great success in recent years. MIT is looking to continue this success, while also developing the club.
MIT practices twice a week and plays all their home games on Vassar Street in Cambridge. The team cons...ists of players of all different experience levels. The squad size varies from 25-45 members.

Requirements:
· USA Rugby Certification or willing to achieve before Autumn season.
· Rugby playing experience
· Flexibility on practice and game days
· Ability to build a solid DIII club that is sustainable
· Ability to plan 2 focused trainings a week (usually Tuesday and Thursday nights)
· Ability to provide instruction and encouragement to players of all skill levels
· Understand the skillset of the players and create a game plan to suit those abilities
· Manage fair playing time among “A” and “B” teams
· Keep the practices challenging, engaging, and fun
· Work with team captains to continually improve practices and provide feedback to players

Qualified candidates will be interviewed by our coaching committee. If interested, please respond via email to our club president, James Long (jjlong@mit.edu), with a short description of your rugby coaching qualifications and certifications. We look forward to hearing from you.

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MIT has a bye week next week and then finishes their season at home on Saturday November 12, 2016 vs. North Shore RFC

http://www.masslive.com/…/rugby_continues_to_grow_in_wes.ht… some great photos from Saturday's win over Springfield

Much like the recent growth of lacrosse in the United States, rugby may be in position for a similar surge in the future.
masslive.com|By Chris Marion Photography

41-6 final after I mysteriously took a point away on the last post.

James rainbow pass to hacksaw. Offloads to Jarrad for try. 29-6

James try in corner to start half 22-6.

Springfield penalty kick and some bad math by me earlier make it 15-6 at the half.

Line out. Maul.toro. Backs. Jona. Try. 16-3

High tackle penalty 3-3. Hacksaw ducks under a tackle and sprints 30 meters to make it 11-3

3-0 MIT after Simon kick

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Next match: 1:00 PM Saturday, October 29, 2016 MIT @ Springfield (Van Horn Park, 494 Armory Street, Springfield, MA 01104)

12-0 final MIT over Charles River. Fourth straight victory for MIT

Another James kick right before half makes it 12-0 at the break. Other guys are doing stuff too I swear.