The University at Buffalo Rugby Football Club (UBRFC) is run through the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Recreational and Intramural Services. The Sports Club Program at UB is under the management of the Student Association. The club participates in the sport of rugby union.
The University at Buffalo Rugby Football Club competes in Division 1 of the New York State Rugby Conference. Starting in the fall of 2007 the UBRFC started a Division 3 team playing in the Excelsior West Division of the New York State Rugby Conference. UB rugby has won 4 championships of the NYSRC Upstate Division 1 Tournament.
Here are some pictures of the current team on the UBRFC website.
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