International Rugby News
In RuggaMatrix America Show #178, Alex Goff, Bruce McLane, and Pat Clifton look at the first USA v Canada Rugby World Cup Qualifier, and they're not happy.
Former USA Women's National 7s Head Coach Ric Suggitt has died at the age of 58.
Goff Rugby Report caught up with USA High School All American Head Coach Salty Thompson and Assistant Michael Engelbrecht, who also works with the U20s, as they scouted at the Rocky Mountain Challenge.
Todd Clever has announced that he will be retiring from international rugby following the June 24 and July 1 Rugby World Cup Qualifiers against Canada.
USA Men's Under 20s Head Coach JD Stephenson has named his starting lineup to face Canada Tuesday at Ellerslie Rugby Park in Edmonton, Alb.
Former Union HS standout Malon Al-Jiboori will captain the team, with Little Rock Junior Stormers HS All American Ruben de Haas as the vice captain.
There’s the little matter of the USA Under 20 team having to play Canada this week in a two-game series in Edmonton, and it’s going to be a tough series.
University of California's Robert Paylor is currently at Colorado's Craig Hospital, where he is undergoing rehab for an injury sustained on the field of play May 6.
RuggaMatrix America is back with Alex, Bruce, and Pat running down the upcoming summer series for the Eagles, and the big news - Coach John Mitchell moving on after the games are done.
FloRugby will be live-streaming Scotland v Italy on June 10, 2017.
To see the game, go to www.florugby.com and sign up. By signing up you also gain access to FloRugby's archive of rugby coverage and upcoming events, including the Rocky Mountain Challenge and the Denver 7s.
While clubs and colleges were looking to win some championships this weekend, the USA Men's National 15s Team was training in Madison, NJ.
Drew University has been hosting the Eagles as they prepare to face Ireland at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, NJ on Saturday.
Goff Rugby Report Editor Alex Goff has joined FloRugby.Com as their Senior Editor.
Goff Rugby Report will continue to operate as a personal blog and augmenting the coverage from FloRugby, while some of the GRR content will shift to FloRugby.