Rugged & Raw
From left, MSU Women’s Rugby Football Club forwards, Lyman Briggs junior Emma Darios, fisheries and wildlife junior Sarah Ward, mathematics freshman Klare Savka and social relations and policy sophomore Vanessa Hamilton work on their scrum formation during their practice Feb. 28 at the team’s pitch at the corner of South Hagadorn Road and Service Road. For many of the women on the team, it’s more than just a sport — it’s a culture that they embrace both on and off the pitch. “Rugby is life,” said hooker and rookie captain Brittany “Chunk” Weinstein, a social relations and policy freshman.
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