Monk Vaughn Makes for Solid Start to 7s Season for the Furies

IMG_3274This past Saturday, the Furies sent two sides to the annual Monk Vaughn 7s Tournament in Richmond, VA. No longer a nationals qualifier, this year the tournament offered teams an opportunity to mix competition with fun and development. The Furies premier side split their wins, going 2-2 for the weekend, victorious against both NOVA sides and losing one to Scion, ultimately falling to NOVA II in the semi-finals, despite beating them earlier in the day.

The social side saw a successful day going 3-1 in the tournament with two wins against Rappahannock, and one win and one loss to NOVA III. The social bracket was ultimately decided upon by point differential and NOVA III beat out the Furies by one try, in what was a frustrating finish to an impressive showing from the Furies social side throughout the day.

It was clear on both sides that the Furies will have great chemistry on the field this summer and we couldn’t be more excited for the first MAC Qualifier this upcoming Saturday in Wilmington, DE.

Congratulations to our Men of the Match, Gussie Maguire for the premier side and Brooke Branson for the social side!

Six Furies selected to CGU Select Side

Forward Chia Martino, one of six Furies selected for this weekends CGU Select Side
Forward Chia Martino, one of six Furies selected for this weekend’s CGU Select Side

The Furies are beaming with pride over our six players who were selected to play with the Capital Geographic Union’s select side this Memorial Day Weekend against the British Army Women. From our forward pack, Lucia (Chia) Martino, Anna Cohen-Price, Maggie Olney, and Megan (Meg) Foster will take the field to represent Washington. Kristen (Max) Maxey and Angela Claire Cole will represent the Furies back line. This will be the second CGU Select appearance for Anna, Maggie and Max, and a first for Chia, Angela and Meg. Other CGU teams with players on this weekend’s select side include Norfolk, Severn River, Raleigh, Chesapeake, NoVa, the Stingers, and Scion.

The game will take place at 2pm this Sunday, May 29th at the Severn River Women’s RFC Home Field in Annapolis. Address: 832 Manhattan Beach Rd, Severna Park, MD 21146

Congratulations to our Furies and we hope to see our fans at the game!



Ruggerfest 2016 CandylandWe are now less than 24 hours away from the first kick-offs of Ruggerfest 2016 and we can hardly contain our excitement! In our 36th year of providing one of the top-tier women’s tournaments in the nation, we are looking forward to seeing the hard-hitting matches, the outstanding competition, and the new friendships that Ruggerfest creates every year.

Ruggerfest is not only an opportunity to play hard rugby against new opponents, but also to connect with teams and foster new relationships that may not have otherwise been possible. If you have ever had a positive experience at Ruggerfest, please check out our sponsors, without whom the breadth of this tournament would not be possible.

The tournament will kick off tomorrow morning at 9:00AM sharp with these five games:

Field 1: UMBC v. Mary Washington (College)
WISPC Field: NoVa/Mason v. Olde Girls (Club)
Field 4: City Honors A v. MD Exiles U19 (Highschool/U19)
Balance Gym Field: James River v. Brooklyn (Club)
Tiger Rugby Field: Village Lions v. Norfolk (Club)

Check out the rest of the schedule here.


Week 4: Battle of the Beltways, Rugby Edition

IMG_2535Come cheer on your Furies Division 2 side tomorrow at HOME versus Chesapeake! This will be Div 2’s last matrix match of the season and they would love to see our fans come out and support them! Last week against Brandywine, with a mix of team veterans and rookies, the Furies hit the ground running but found themselves plagued by injuries. The Brandywine Riot proved to be a tough opponent and the Furies fell to the SE Pennsylvania team 46-20.

With home field advantage, plenty of time to heal their injuries, and a handful of extra players set on the roster for this weekend’s match, your D2 Furies plan to leave it all on the field tomorrow against familiar opponent Chesapeake. It has been over a year since the two teams last met and D2 is ready to remind Chesapeake what it means to be a Fury.

Time: 11AM

Model Secondary School, on Gallaudet’s Campus

Can’t make it? Follow the game live on Twitter.

Week 3: On the Road Again

Tomorrow both WPL and DII will hit the road and head for Pennsylvania! DII will land in Brandywine PA for a matrix match against Brandywine Women while WPL will keep heading north to State College to get in some friendly competition against Penn State.
With another matrix match next weekend and Ruggerfest just two weeks away the Furies are excited to get back into the game after a relaxing bye weekend this past week.

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Proud to be a Fury!

WPL @ Penn State
Earth Engineering Sciences, State College, PA 

 DII @ Brandwine
Brandywine Rugby Club Field, West Grove, PA