Each club sports team went through a tryout process to finalize their respective rosters. This initiative opened up many leadership positions for students as well. A president, vice president, treasurer, team manager and safety resource officer are assigned to each team to ensure that each team runs smoothly and prioritizes safety on and off the field.
“I'm really looking forward to seeing the different privileges that we will obtain from having the ‘Q’ on our chests,” said Ben Mahon, president of the men’s rugby team. “Having an enthusiastic staff behind us to organize opportunities with our league, so we can take that weight off of our shoulders and focus on running our team is so beneficial.”
On Saturday, the women’s soccer team will play Connecticut College in their home-opener at noon at North Haven Middle School. The men’s rugby team will play Southern Connecticut State University in their home-opener at 1 p.m. at the North Haven Athletic Complex. All games are free and open to everyone. No tickets are required.