New UNC club rugby coach looks to bring competitive spirit

Joey Rasmus Jr. originally started what would soon become his lifelong passion on a whim. While training for a decathlon walk-on position for UNC’s track and field team, the UNC alumnus tore a ligament in his knee. With his motions limited, Rasmus began to fall in love with rugby. "It's literally taken me to the other side of the world and become my career." (Daily Tar Heel)


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New UNC club rugby coach looks to bring competitive spirit

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