GRR: Eagle Men
Charles Doe played rugby at Stanford and went on to play for the USA in both the 1920 and 1924 Olympic Games.
Nick Civetta has been a USA stalwart, and at times their very best player.
Now the lock, always one with a brain behind that impressive Roman nose, is looking to broaden his horizons again. Alex Goff and Bruce McLane sit down with the longtime professional to talk about what's going today, what's up for tomorrow, and what happened yesterday.
Tony Ridnell was the pride of Old Puget Sound Beach and was the towering force on their back row and 7s forward pack as Beach began a run of four national 7s club championships in five years.
Kevin Higgins has two rugby scholarships named after him, and that's because he was hugely respected as a player despite being cut down in his prime.
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 win for his time (5-11, 185), Guest was multi-skilled—he set a Cal football record for longest punt ever with a thumping 108-yard effort—and was a key part of a very successful University of California tour of Australia in 1971.