Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Lachlan Ferguson resigns from St Edward's Rugby

St Edward's University  Rugby Coach, Lachlan Ferguson, has issued a statement indicating that he has resigned from the head coach position and left the St Edward's Rugby Club. St Edward's has confirmed this has occurred. Ferguson's statement reads:
"St.Edward’s University Rugby Football Club and I have decided to part ways. It has been a great 5 years, however, at this time; the decision has been made due to our differences in values and the direction for the program moving forward.
"I am immensely proud to have built this program through the National Small College Rugby Organization as one of the premier small college rugby programs in the country.
SEURFC has won the State Championship four times in the last five years under my coaching. I leave the program with a winning record of 80 games Won, 4 Lost, and 1 Drawn over 5 seasons.
"I am also immeasurably proud of winning the inaugural Texas Collegiate Cup, a competition between all Texas college rugby teams in 2014. SEURFC was also awarded the US Men’s College Program of the Year in 2014 by Rugby Wrap-Up.
"I would like to thank Steve Cohen, the President of NSCRO, for his leadership and support of this program and Shayne Roberson, Commissioner of the Lone Star Conference, for all of their outstanding work in developing this conference and the support they have given me in developing the St Edward’s University Rugby Football Club into the special rugby program that it has become today.
"Finally, I am extremely proud to have been able to work with and develop so many young men with outstanding character through the sport of rugby."
Coach Ferguson

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