USA Rugby Eagles Men Announce Roster For November Test Matches

The USA Rugby Eagles are set to take on their biggest matches this November. The Eagles will have one if its most experienced sides going into this series.

The Eagles coaching staff will use these matches to start determining who will end up representing for the USA during the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Tokyo, Japan. Three of the teams that the Eagles will face, in Ireland, New Zealand, and Samoa, have already qualified for the Rugby World Cup. This will definitely be a solid sampling of play for the players.

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USA opens their schedule at home on Nov. 3 against the Maori All Blacks as part of The Rugby Weekend’s triple-header at Chicago’s Soldier Field. The event will also include the return of the Women’s National Team against the New Zealand Black Ferns, with Ireland and Italy competing against one another as well.

November Schedule:

Vs. Maori All Blacks (Nov 3 |6pm CST, Chicago, IL)

Vs. Samoa (Nov 10 | 12:30pm CST, Anoeta Stadium, San Sebastián, Spain)

Vs. Romania (Nov 17 | TBA, Ghencea Stadium, Bucharest, Romania)

Vs. Ireland (Nov 24 | 12:30pm CST, Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland)

Roster:

Dylan Audsley (Center, San Diego Legion, 6 Caps)

Nate Auspurger (Wing, San Diego Legion, 21 caps)

Bryce Campbell (Center, London Irish, 18 caps)

Nick Civetta (Lock, Doncaster Knights, 15 caps)

Shaun Davies (Scrumhalf, Glendale Raptors, 18 caps)

Ruben de Hass (Scrumhalf, Free State Cheetahs, 4 caps)

Cam Dolan (No. 8, Nottingham Rugby, 37 caps)

Dylan Fawsitt (Hooker, Old Blue/RUNY, 5 caps)

Eric Fry (Prop, Vannes Rugby, 44 caps)

Hanco Germishuys (Flanker, 8 caps)

James Hilterbrand (Hooker, Manly Marlins, 16 caps)

Will Holley (Fullback, Bedford Blues, 4 caps)

Olive Kilifi (Prop, Seattle Saracens/Seawolves, 24 caps)

Tony Lamborn (Flanker, Rugby Southland, 16 caps)

Titi Lamositele (Prop, Saracens, 23 caps)

Ben Landry (Lock, Ealing Trailfinders, 15 caps)

Paul Laisike (Center, Harlequins, 6 caps)

Will Magie (Flyhalf, Glendale Raptors, 16 caps)

Samu Manoa (Lock, Cardiff Blues, 21 caps)

Ryan Matyas (Wing, San Diego Legion, 10 caps)

Paul Mullens (Prop, Newcastle Falcons, 3 caps)

Greg Peterson (Lock, Glasgow Warriors, 17 caps)

John Quill (Flanker, Glendale Raptors, 27 caps)

Blaine Scully (Wing, Cardiff Blues, 40 caps)

Joe Taufete’e (Hooker, Worcester Warriors, 16 caps)

David Tameilau (Flanker, Glasgow Warriors, 9 caps)

Dino Waldren (Prop, London Scottish, 12 caps)