Men's Team Donation
The Greater Little Rock Rugby Complex is located at 14301 Dineen Road in Little Rock, AR 72206. Coming from Little Rock take I-530 South towards Pine Bluff. Take Exit 7 Pratt Road/145th, take a left on 145th cross back over the interstate and take a left on Dineen Road. You will see the complex on your right. Coming from the South take Exit 7 Pratt Road/145th, Take a right on 145th go approximately two blocks and then left on Dinnen. Or use the Google Map on this page.
Fitness is extremely important if you are going to be successful in the style that the Stormers play. As a result of this need, the entire rugby club pitched in and built a 2,000 sq ft weight training facility at the Greater Little Rock Rugby Complex. The funds for this facility were donated by Dr. Julie McCoy who has been instrumental in the success that the Stormers have achieved.
Workout Partners are easy to find. Mark Fulmer is always looking for someone to run with or lift at the complex. Win Noble leads a Friday Night Leg session at 10 Fitness which has been compared to a Climb up Everest. If Crossfit is your style, Chance Hugh is always looking for people up to the challenge.
Training/Practice is currently in full swing. The team practices at 6:30 PM on Tuesday and Thursday. You may ask 'how can you have training at 6:30 PM, it is dark outside?' Well, we have that covered with two fully-lit practice pitches. If you plan on attending training please arrive before 6:30 PM to give yourself time to get your gear on and ready to roll when practice starts.
The Little Rock Men's side is a Division 2 Rugby Side that competes in the Texas Rugby Union. The Stormers were the 2014 D 2 Texas Rugby Union Champions and made it all the way to the Final Four before losing to the Tempe Rugby Club. The Stormers are coached by former Dartmouth Star Brad Hogate. He demands fitness and the players have embraced this demand. The Stormers compiled a record of 9 Wins and 3 losses during their quest to the Final 4. The Stormer's march thru the Texas Rugby Union was reminiscent of Sherman's March to the Sea.