Tito Miranda came from humble first-generation immigrant beginnings. He started his rugby journey as a crossover player playing in a tiny private college in the middle of nowhere Maryland to becoming the head coach of the fourth-ever active historically black college and university rugby men’s program. All of it happened during the pandemic. Tito talked about his immigrant background, balancing work and family with rugby, and how problems with soccer helped him develop in the rugby community.
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