Milwaukee Barbarians

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Milwaukee Barbarians
Full nameMilwaukee Barbarians Athletic Club
Founded2012
Ground(s)Brown Deer Park
PresidentBen Nirschl
League(s)Midwest Rugby Premiership/USA Rugby Division I
1st kit
2nd kit

The Milwaukee Barbarians are an American rugby team based in Milwaukee. The flagship team plays in the Midwest Rugby Premiership with an additional team playing in USA Men's Division III.

History

The club was founded in 2012 after the merger of Milwaukee RFC (founded 1968) and Milwaukee West Side Harlequins RFC (founded 1975)[1] although the former club eventually reformed.

Coaching staff

  • Head Coach: Joe Birdsall
  • Assistant Coach: Wayne Cutler
  • Forwards Coach: Aaron Young
  • Backs Coach: Joe Gardener

Notable Players

  • Ben Landry : Represented the United States at the Rugby World Cup in 2019
  • Todd Chini: Has close ties with the controversy surrounding media persona Matt Lauer

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References


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