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.
Passionate cooker, chiropractor, and health-nut Dr. Vincent Esposito joins the podcast to talk about weight loss, building muscle, his experience working with athletes, and a few things that might surprise you about nutrition.
This week I sit down with current Iona Rugby B-side player James Flynn. James talks about his fight with trying to making Iona’s A side, the dedication and time that he’s invested into rugby, and the big plans that he has for his rugby career at Iona and beyond.
On this week’s episode, it’s been a long time coming, as I finally get to sit down with my former teammate, roommate and friend Watson Filikitonga. Watson was drafted #14 overall in the MLR Draft, and discusses his journey, adversity, mental toughness and journaling on the podcast.
On this week’s episode, former AIC and Lindenwood rugby standout flanker Gio Cruz discusses being introduced to the game, her unique evolution as a player, and barriers that women face in the sport.
On this week’s episode, I sit down with Iona Rugby Alumni buddies Matt Crowe and Sean Hardiman, where we share different rugby stories, reminisce about different teammates through an ultimate squad building game, while also diving into the importance of taking advantage of everything your environment has to offer.
On this episode, rugby standout and community activist Kyle Granby joins the podcast, along with Iona alumni LaVar James, and Iona coach Dave Flemister to talk about their experiences as black rugby players in the United States, and how often minorities in the game are overlooked.