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Twin Cities Amazons Hunt for A New Head Coach

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After decades of service, Twin Cities Amazons Rugby Club Head Coach Roger Bruggemeyer has announced his retirement following the spring 2019 season. The Amazons will be sad for him to leave, but are motivated for the future and what it holds for this young squad.
Bruggemeyer led the Amazons to unprecedented success including the promotion of the club to the USA Rugby Women’s Premier League (WPL) and then on to win a 2013 USA Rugby WPL National Championship. Although the Amazons did not obtain the desired result at nationals this year they still wrapped up their season with a successful 4th place standing.  It will be impossible to fill Bruggemeyer’s shoes, but the Amazons will continue to move forward in search of their new Head Coach for the 2019 fall season.
To read the job description and for information on how to apply, please click the link below. The deadline to apply is December 10, 2018.

Head Coach Job Description – Twin Cities Amazons Rugby

Questions and inquiries can be directed to Katie Sjeklocha, Twin Cities Amazons Rugby Club President, at info@amazonsrugby.org.

1 thought on “Twin Cities Amazons Hunt for A New Head Coach”

  1. One of my favorite opposing coaches ever! Roger Bruggemeyer, thank you doesn’t even begin to cover my appreciation for you and your dedication to the sport! Much love to you and all the Amazons from this crazy prop from Kansas City!
    Best of luck to the Amazons on their hunt for a new head coach!

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