Indianapolis Impalas

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Indianapolis Impalas
(Indianapolis RFC)
Full name Indianapolis Rugby Football Club
Union USA Rugby,
Midwest Rugby Football Union,
Indiana Rugby Union
Founded 1980
Location Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Ground(s) Old Central State Hospital
President Evan Roberts
Coach(es) Carson Mouser
1st kit
2nd kit
Official website
www.indianapolisrugbyclub.com

The Indianapolis Impalas (Indianapolis Rugby Football Club) are a Division 1 American rugby union team founded in 1980. The team is a member of the USA Rugby Football Union, the Midwest Rugby Football Union, and the Indiana Rugby Union.

The team currently has 40 active players and boasts over 300 alumni members since its founding. They advanced to the Final 16 of the National Championships in 2004. In 2008–09 the Impalas claimed 3rd overall in the National Championships for Division 2; as a result of this success, the club moved up to Division 1. In addition to the move, the club also formed a Division 3 team to debut in the 2009–10 season.

Club Honors[edit]

  • 2004 DII Men's Club National Championship – 4th Place
  • 2007–08 Southern League Division Champions of the Midwest DII Eastern Conference
  • 2008–09 Southern League Division Champions of the Midwest DII Eastern Conference
  • 2008–09 Midwest DII Eastern Conference Champions
  • 2008–09 Midwest DII Co-Champions
  • 2009 DII Men's Club National Championship – 3rd Place

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