Our goal is to cement One Gro as one of the top teams in the Pacific Northwest. We believe Eugene has the capacity to support a high-caliber club. Each year since being founded, we have consistantly improved from season to season. One Gro finished the 2015-2016 season top 3 of their division. The 2016-2017 season had One Gro going undefeated in the PNW and advancing to the national tournament, narrowly being edged out by Chico in the first round.
Rugby is a sport built around its community. On and off the field, rugby is a personable, fun, and supportive community of players and supporters. Rugby in Eugene has grown to encompass the:
- Men's One Gro Rugby
- Women's Reign Rugby
- UO Men's Rugby
- UO Women's Dirty Ducks Rugby
- Touch Rugby League
- Youth Rugby League
There is a team or a way to get involved in rugby, as well as the community in general, for each and every person. No matter of age, gender, size, or ability.
Along with being a competitive club, we are also building a social environment which others teams and our supporters can take advantage of.
Doc's Pad, has opened their doors to host our post-match socials.
What is a rugby social?
A rugby social is a gathering after a match between the teams who competed, as well as all of those who came to support. Attending a social can be a new experience. Songs are sung, interesting games/events take place, and each one brings a new taste, as every team has its own traditions.