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Womens Head Coach

Dallas Harlequins RFC are ecstatic to announce Whitney Ohmann-Wilson will be formally taking over the Head Coach position for our Lady Quins. After starting with the Quins in 2020 as the Assistant Coach for the Lady Quins, she stepped up to the plate to run the team during our shortened 2021 season.

Whitney brings a wealth of experience to the coaching staff. She was a 2014 7’s Youth Olympian, a High School All-American and part of the USA Rugby Women’s training pool,

Whitney is hungry to bring success to the team and ensure that both squad and club are moving in the right direction.

During the offseason, Whitney put in tremendous work behind the scenes to grow the resources available to our women and to engage old and new players alike.

“I’m looking forward to being able to grow rugby in Texas by teaching the skills I have learned from my own playing experience and the amazing coaches that I have had in the past” – Whitney Wilson

Thank you in advance for all that you do for the club Whitney, and congratulations on your recent marriage! Bring on the season. One Team One Dream!


Womens Assistant Coach

The Dallas Harlequins RFC announced the signing of Travis Mahan as the Women’s New Assistant Coach.

Travis a former Quin player represented the club from 1996-2012. He primarily played prop but has a lot of experience through the entire pack.

Head Coach Ben Heenan “Travis brings to the table experience, not just as a player but also as a club man. He is very strategic in his processes with a great attention to detail when it comes to set pieces, foot work and body positions, this alone will take our processes to the next level.

Travis said “The goal for this team will be to be competitive in every game and we will prepare to be able to be in the game; the challenge will be for all of us to step up and be ready. We have a very talented squad, it is up to the coaching team to build a game plan that will bring the best out of each individual so that as a team we can be the best we can be.”

Thank you Travis for giving back to the club. We wish you every success in the 2021 season!

Womens Assistant Coach

The Dallas Harlequins RFC have announced the appointment of Kelsey Noell as the Women's Assistant Coach for the 2021 season!

Kelsey is a proud new resident of Texas, moving from Western Canada where she played University rugby before being selected by the Canadian National program for both 15’s and 7’s. With the 7’s program being a centralized sport and touring worldwide.

She quickly became a well-traveled player and is now excited to be bringing over ten years of playing/coaching experience to the Harlequins organization.

Head Coach Heenan added “Kelsey is known for her power, speed and running ability, she used to terrorize teams in her playing days so she knows what it takes to be the best, to play for the best and she will bring that mentality to her coaching.

Kelsey said when accepting the role “I am so excited to be joining a program that has made such amazing strides forward and is constantly working towards the betterment of themselves and the club. It’s a great feeling knowing that I’m stepping into a positive environment where people are encouraged to dig deep, play with passion and make things happen.”

Thank you in advance for a great season Kelsey!!

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