Author Archive for Nicholas Hall

Nick is a senior rugby player at Wheaton College in MA, which is in the Colonial Coast Conference. After being in the slightly less physical "sport" of speech and debate in high school, Nick began playing rugby sophomore year at Wheaton. In addition to writing for, Nick writes for the Wheaton Wire - the campus paper.

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USA v. Australia Live Blog


CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – The final match in the US’ build up to the Rugby World Cup 2015 will take them to Chicago, where they will face their hardest match of the summer. Nobody is expecting the Eagles to pull out a victory, but the match will continue building awareness of the game throughout the country. Tonight’s match […]

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USA Eagles v. Harlequins Match Live Blog


PHILADELPHIA, PA – Refresh the page for updates from PPL Park, as the USA Eagles take on Harlequins in a World Cup warm up match. Live stream is available at ESPN3. Match day squads are available below. Eagles: 1) Eric Fry 2) Phil Thiel 3) Titi Lamositele 4) Cam Dolan 5) Greg Peterson 6) AJ McFarland 7) […]

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#USAvTonga Recap: Eagles Downed in Toronto in #PNC2015


TORONTO, CANADA – The USA Eagles endured a miserable afternoon against Tonga to conclude the group stage of the Pacific Nations Cup, losing 33-19. The US played far worse than the scoreline suggests. Though the hot afternoon clearly took its toll on players, several Eagles simply did not look up to the challenge of playing international […]

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Pacific Nations Cup: USA Rugby vs Tonga Preview


TORONTO, CANADA – After a morale boosting win against Japan, the USA head north of the border to face a powerful Tonga side in a Wednesday afternoon clash. You can watch on, kicking off at 3:30 PM EST. The USA’s intense international schedule- three matches in nine days – necessitated wholesale lineup changes. An astonishing thirteen new […]

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Aviva Premiership Final Recap


TWICKENHAM – Saracens managed to become the first team to ever win the Aviva Premiership despite finishing below second place in the regular season after triumphing 28-16 over Bath in the 2015 final. Led by man of the match Owen Farrell, Sarries raced out to a 22 point lead at the half. Though Bath managed to make the […]

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Aviva Premiership Final Preview


Twickenham – A fascinating Aviva Premiership season is finally down to its final two teams. After 23 rounds, Bath and Saracens emerged as the class of the field. Though Northampton ran away with the league’s overall table thanks to an extraordinary first half of the season, both Saracens and Bath have demonstrated exemplary form in the […]

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