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Gamebreakers Men's D2 College

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Gamebreakers Men's D2 College

Joe Kim for Washington University. Photo Christine Krug.

Here are our Gamebreakers from Men's D2 college rugby.

Joe Kim, Washington University 

The powerful center has embraced rugby even though he is relatively new to it and his elusive running combined with an ability to handle contact helped lead WashU to a surprise win over St. Louis University.

Cooper Isaacson, Northern Iowa

The UNI hooker set the tone up front and played a key role in UNI's win over Loyola.

Craig Jablonski, NC State

the freshman scrumhalf scored two tries, ran the NC State attack nicely, and was named player of the game by the Wolfpack as they beat UNC Wilmington.


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DeJuan Scott, Central Missouri

The UCM flanker was a terror throughout their win over UMS&T. He was defensively strong and blasted through the line repeatedly to get his side on the front foot.


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Sage Nugent, Southeastern Louisiana

Playing on the wing, Nugent scored a try and made a key try-saving tackle for SLU to lead his side past Tulane.

Colton Moyer, IUP

In IUP's win over Buffalo, second row Moyer secured ball throughout. He won the opening kickoff and then finished it off with a try a few seconds later. He kept up the effort all day, playing strong defense and also chasing down a kick for another try.

Jackson Ellbogen-Petterson, Montana State

A high work-rate flanker with a deep understanding of the game, the MSU captain led his side in a big victory over School of Mines.

Nick Iacavoni, Nick Delibero, Grand Valley State

GVSU won comfortably over Calvin College, and Iacavoni and Delibero both scored a brace of tries and worked together to keep the structured attack clicking.