Author Archive for Steve Lewis

Hailing from Glasgow, Scotland, Steve is one of the top coaches in America, a 2-time USA Rugby Coach of the Year. He is also well-versed in all things rugby, having played for West of Scotland and Glasgow, as well as founding the elite Northeast Academy 7's program. He currently coaches the USA Rugby Collegiate All-American 7's, West Point Women and national championship winners Bulldog Rugby, as well as appearing regularly as a commentator in broadcasts and as a pundit/personality on Rugby Wrap Up.

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Scotland The Brave? Steve Lewis on Scots Major League Rugby Bet, Old Glory DC

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NEW YORK, NY  – Plus ca change, plus ca la meme chose, as the French say. Another week passes and rugby is again at one of its perennial crossroads, with two competing views of the international game, both driven by deep-pocketed actors. World Rugby is touting a new Nations League financed to the tune of […]

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Rugby: A Brave New World? One Small Step for New York, One Giant Leap for Rugby

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One small step for New York, one giant leap for Rugby. NEW YORK, NY – Rugby history will be made this Friday at MCU Park in Coney Island, with Major League Rugby’s New York franchise (#RUNY) hosting the Toronto Arrows in New York City’s first professional game, and while there will be a strong Irish […]

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Viva Lost Vegas7s: Why Moving American Leg of Series Is Big Mistake

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LAS VEGAS, NV -So it’s Sayonara to Sam Boyd Stadium if you’re an American rugby fan, as the long, wild, fun run that is the American leg of the HSBC World Series 7’s comes to an end next week in the Nevada desert. I’ve been a coach, a selector, an administrator, an analyst and above […]

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ARC Report: Meltdown in Marabunta for USA Rugby Eagles

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RIO NEGRO, ARGENTINA – It had been a heady 12 months for the USA Eagles, climbing to a historic highest-ever #12 ranking, while dominating the hemisphere and of course, nailing that historic victory over Tier 1 Scotland. All that however, came to a crashing halt as they were comprehensively outplayed by an Argentina XV 45-14 […]

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