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02.01.2021 - Alex Goff

A direct and honest rugby player and person, Lou Stanfill was a bruising lock, flanker, and No. 8 who played over 50 times for the USA.

01.31.2021 - Alex Goff

Jerry Walter was the fullback on the hugely successful Cal tour of Australia.

01.25.2021 - Alex Goff

Kirk Khasigian had the unenviable task of replacing one of the USA's all-time greats, as he pulled on into the Eagle #2 jersey after the retirement of Tom Billups.

01.19.2021 - Alex Goff

Don Guest was an athletic wing for Cal in the 1960s and 1970s and continued to play at the highest level years after.

A relatively big wing for his time (5-11, 185), Guest was multi-skilled—he set a Cal football record for longest punt return ever with a thumping 108-yard effort—and was a key part of a very successful University of California tour of Australia in 1971.

01.02.2021 - Alex Goff

Before he became a hall-of-fame coach, Jack Clark was an outstanding player.

Clark played football and rugby at Cal in the 1970s and parlayed a great size and athleticism, along with an analytical mind and desire to understand all aspects of the game, into his becoming a top-notch international player.