The Emerald City Roller Girls are the all-female flat track roller derby league serving Eugene, Oregon and its surrounding communities.
The league was born in 2006 when a handful of friends heard about the revival of roller derby and decided to brush up their rusty skating skills. Word spread quickly, and ten months later ECRG had secured regular practice space, elected a board of directors, split into teams, trained though torn muscles and broken bones, and held their first bout to a sold-out crowd!
Much of ECRG’s early success was supported by more experienced leagues who lent us their coaches and provided invaluable advice. In this way, roller derby provides both a local and nation-wide network of grassroots athletes who have made their leagues successful with very few resources other than hard work and creativity. ECRG is proud to be members of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association, and can’t wait to start making a name for our league on a national level! Long live roller derby!
Mission Statement - The Emerald City Roller Girls is a Women’s Flat Track Roller Derby Association (WFTDA) league of amateur skaters, competing at a regional and national level. We encourage athleticism and personal growth in a supportive and positive environment. As a non-profit based in Lane County, Oregon, we strive to strengthen our community with our inclusive activities and events that are locally supported and member-driven.
|2012 Fourth Quarter||20|
|2012 Third Quarter||22|
|2012 Second Quarter||20|
|2012 First Quarter||14|
|2011 Fourth Quarter Rankings||12|
|2011 Third Quarter Rankings||12|
|2011 Second Quarter Rankings||11|
|2011 First Quarter Rankings||12|
|2010 Fourth Quarter||14|
|2010 Third Quarter||18|
|2010 Second Quarter||16*|
* League was inactive for the quarter
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