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2022 Mustangs Rugby Season Information

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Registration will close on 12/23/2021 it's not too late to Register!

UPDATE U12/14 PRACTICE NOW AT TORREY HIGHLANDS PARK

Youth Season | U8 Co-Ed Flag | U10-U12 Co-Ed Contact | Boys U14 Contact 
Training Starts: Week of November 30 | Games: Saturdays, Jan. 8 - Mar. 18  
 
Olders Season | Boys U16 - U18 Contact | Girls U15, U18 Contact 
Training Starts: Late Feb. (after HS Season) | Games: Mar- May 
 
Youth Training Schedule: 
U8 & U10 Teams T TH 4:00 to 5:15 (CARMEL DEL MAR) 11/30 to 12/14, 12/16 - End of Season (PACIFIC HIGHLANDS RANCH COMMUNITY PARK) 
 
U12 & U14 Teams T TH 4:00 to 5:15 (UPDATE: TORREY HIGHLANDS PARK, behind Torrey HS) 11/30 to 12/14, 12/16 - End of Season (PACIFIC HIGHLANDS RANCH COMMUNITY PARK) 
 
Equipment Needed: Mouthguard, Soccer cleats, Mustangs training shirt, club will supply rugby shorts/socks - Training Shirts will be available for purchase for $25 later in December
 
Game Days: Games are on Saturdays either home in Carmel Valley or away at other San Diego Division Clubs. There are 10+ youth clubs in the San Diego Division. Games are followed by hosted club BBQ or food. 
 
HS Programs: Rugby is played in 35+ San Diego County High Schools. The Mustangs support High School Teams at Torrey Pines High School, La Jolla High School, Rancho Bernardo High School, Westview High School and Francis Parker High School.  Rugby is a pathway to College - we have had over 100+ Mustangs Players go on to play rugby in college at programs like Cal, St. Mary’s, Army Navy Academy, Santa Clara, UCLA and many more. 

Contact Joe Curtis for any questions 

https://www.sandiegoyouthrugby.org/contact

 

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About Mustangs Rugby

San Diego Mustangs Youth Rugby Club was founded in 2004 and is celebrated its 17th season in 2021. As one of the largest rugby clubs in Southern California, we have over 300 youth club players ages U8 - U18 and we support over 250 high school program players. 

The club is a volunteer-run, 501 (c) 3 organization made up of parents, coaches and players who are passionate about rugby and focused on introducing the sport to as many youth as possible in the broad area covering Carmel Valley, Del Mar, La Jolla, Sorrento Valley, Rancho Santa Fe, Fairbanks Ranch, Rancho Bernardo, Westview, Rancho Bernardo, 4S Ranch and Black Mountain Ranch. 

San Diego Mustangs Youth Rugby strives to provide the highest standard and quality of coaching and training, to foster teamwork and to develop each player to the best of his/her potential in a fun and safe environment.  All coaches, parents and players are mindful of the Mustangs playing in the spirit of the game, with a focus on teamwork, respect and sportsmanship.

We field teams in the following divisions with programs for ages 6 to 18 years old:

  • Co-ed: U8, U10 and U12
  • Boys: BU14, BU16 and BU18
  • Girls: GU15 and GU18

Programs are run during the SoCal Rugby Seasons: 

  • Regular Youth U8-U14 Season - Dec to Mid-March
  • Regular Olders U16-U18/Girls Season - March to Mid-May
  • Summer 7s Season - Mid-May to Mid-July

HIGH SCHOOL RUGBY

Mustangs U16 and U18 club players participate in many local high school rugby programs, including Torrey Pines High School, La Jolla High School, Cathedral Catholic, St. Augustine High School, Santa Fe Christian, Westview High School, Ranch Bernardo High School,  La Costa Canyon and Poway High School. In high school, rugby is a winter season sport, running from Mid-November to February.

The San Diego Mustangs started the Torrey Pines High School Rugby program 10 years ago and it is now recognized as an on-campus, full varsity letter sport for both boys and girls. The club also supports boys and girls high school programs at La Jolla High School and Ranch Bernardo High School, Westview High School, Francis Parker and other local high schools.

Photos Credit - Jay Coulter

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