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.
Well the Gamebreakers are back!
Here's a look at some of the D1 men's college players who stood out this week.AJ Ayres, Louisville
Three tries and a strong defensive effort saw outside center Ayres lead Louisville to a win over Cincinnati.
The last two weeks have been pretty busy, and we have a lot of players to recognize all over the nation.Ian Murra, Cedar Falls
In the Iowa Boys 7s league, Murra leads the entire state with 11 tries in seven matches played.
Over the last two weeks we've seen some special performances in tournaments and key games in both leagues and in non-conference games.
Here, then, are our Gamebreakers for Mid-April.Tiave Watts, St. James Academy
The hardworking scrumhalf for St. James sparked his side's in a win over Denver East HS, and also in a close loss to the KC Jr. Blues the week before.
We cover the last couple of weeks with some of the key performers in high school rugby.
Here are our Gamebreakers.Luke Schaefer, Tempe
Big carries and a physical presence from the Tempe prop helped carry his team past Celina Legion in a shutout win.