On this week’s episode of the podcast, 2016 and 2019 USA Rugby Coach of the Year Steve Lewis joins the show. Steve discusses his upbringing in Scotland, his business experiences, coaching tribulations, and his excitement for following Rugby United New York this season as the team’s general manager.
Former superstar D1A rugby player Mike Marro belongs in the MLR, and has aspirations to get there. He shares with us his favorite moments playing for Iona, his training regimen, and the role that he embraces whenever he steps on a rugby pitch.
All-state Gaelic football player, dual degree major, and D1A rugby player Aidan Connolly shares with us the backbone that’s behind his aspirations, including his desire to embark on a daring cycling journey this summer to spread awareness for people with disabilities.
On this episode, Danny Barrett takes us through what inspired him to play rugby, the secret behind his play style and mindset, and experiencing the journey of evolution with the U.S Mens 7’s national team.
On this episode, international rugby star and coach Tiffany Faaee shares some of her most memorable moments on the pitch, along with her experience becoming the first female to coach a mens professional team in the history of the sport.
Coming onto the podcast this week is a former player for the US National team and New York Athletic Club Brian Doyle. He also won 2 Super League Rugby Titles with the New York Athletic Club in 2008 and 2010, and made 15 appearances for this the US Men’s National team. Towards the end of … Continued
On this week’s episode, I’m joined by good friend and former teammate from Iona Rugby in Michael Scarcella. A rugger since his high school days, Scarcella shares the passion that he has for rugby, his most memorable moments for the Gaels, and the importance of mental health in today’s society.
Superstar MLR player Chris Mattina didn’t even want to play professional rugby growing up. On this episode, he admits what we wanted to do before rugby, why he stuck with rugby, along with the best times in his career that he would re-do in a heartbeat.
On this episode, I invited Rugby United New York’s wing Connor Wallace-Sims on to talk about why he transitioned from England into the U.S, when he realized that becoming a professional rugby player could become a reality, the adversity that he’s faced thus far, and how he came to be the player that he is … Continued
On this episode, I take a complete break from everything rugby and shift gears to the social injustices that we’re seeing in American today, my experiences with racism, how we can be better as a country, and how Major League Rugby can be better as well.