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Scrfu

The Southern California Rugby Football Union (SCRFU), is the governing body of rugby in Southern California, and represents the union of clubs at the USA Rugby level. Clubs include numerous Men's, Women's, College, High School and Youth leagues representing all levels of competitive play. During the busiest part of the 15s seasons, southern california will have over 80 matches in a weekend. The current board of SCRFU is Chris Gleiter (president), Geno Mazza (vice president), Dominic (treasurer), and Marni (past president).

The referee society associated with SCRFU is Southern California Rugby Referee Society (SCRRS). There are currently only about 25 active referees with a dozen more helping out during the regular season. The current board of SCRRS is William Caulfield (president), Dave Thomas (vice president-assignments), Sean O'Connell (secretary), Dr. Stu Knowling (treasurer), and Gary Patterson (past president).

List of SCRFU Clubs 2013 Season

First Division Men

Second Division Men

Third Division Men (Conference A)

  • Back Bay Rugby Club
  • Beaumont (Bluehawks)
  • Belmont Shore
  • Oceanside
  • Oxy Old Boys (Oxy)
  • Santa Monica Rugby Club (Santa Monica, California)
  • San Luis Obispo (SLO)
  • So Cal Blues(Inglewood, Lawndale, Torrance, California)
  • Temecula Mountain Lions

Third Division Men (Conference B)

Collegiate Men's Division IA

  • Cal Poly
  • Sacramento State
  • Saint Mary’s
  • San Diego State University - SCRFU Team
  • Santa Clara
  • Stanford
  • UC Davis
  • UC Santa Barbara - SCRFU Team

Collegiate Men's Division IAA

  • Arizona - SCRFU Team
  • Arizona State - SCRFU Team
  • Cal
  • Oregon State
  • Utah
  • UCLA - SCRFU Team

Collegiate Men's Division IAA

Men's College Division II

No Teams from SCRFU

Men's National Small Colleges (Gold Division)

  • Arizona State University
  • Cal Lutheran
  • CSU Northridge
  • Loyola Rugby
  • North County Rugby, San Diego
  • Occidental Rugby
  • Pepperdine
  • UC Riverside

Men's National Small Colleges (Blue Division)

  • Asuza Pacific
  • Biola
  • Concordia
  • Fullerton
  • Moorpark
  • Point Loma
  • Westmont Rugby
  • Whittier RFC

Women's Division I

  • Belmont Shore - SCRFU team
  • Emerald City Mudhens, Seattle
  • Nor Cal Triple Threat RFC
  • Oregan Rugby Sports Union
  • Seattle Breakers
  • Fog Rugby, San Francisco
  • Tempe RFC

Women's Division II

  • Las Vegas Slots
  • Old Pueblo Lightning, Arizona
  • San Diego Surfer's
  • Santa Monica
  • Lady Outlaws, Ventura

Women's College Division I

  • UC Davis
  • UCLA
  • UCSB
  • UCSD
  • ASU

Women's College Division II

  • Cal Lutheran
  • Claremont
  • CSU Northridge
  • CSUF
  • CSULB
  • Occidental
  • University of Arizona
  • UC Irvine
  • UC Riverside
  • USC

List of SCFRU High School Clubs 2013 Season

Boys High School Gold North (Conference One)

  • Artesia
  • Carson
  • Palos Verdes
  • View Park Prep
  • Wilson (2011 Champions)

Boys High School Gold North (Conference Two)

  • Citrus Valley
  • Dead Rabbits
  • La Quinta
  • Tesoro
  • Trabuco Hills

Boys High School Gold South

  • Cathedral Catholic
  • Del Norte
  • Fallbrook (2010 Champions)
  • High Tech High/Pt. Loma
  • Patrick Henry
  • San Pasqual
  • St. Augustine RFC
  • Torrey Pines

Boys High School Silver

  • Health Services
  • Kearny
  • La Costa Canyon
  • Mira Mesa
  • Poway
  • St. John Bosco
  • Stern Mass

Boys Multi High School

  • Grossmont
  • Hoover
  • Mission Vista
  • University City/Clairemont

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