Men’s U20s

Under-20s or U20s (formerly known as Junior All-Americans) are athletes ages 19-20 years old who participate in a club or collegiate level rugby program. Unlike the High School and Collegiate All-American programs, there is no requirement for U20s to be attached to a scholastic program; athletes can compete with a senior club, professional team or university program. The U20s participate in formal international competitions such as the U20 Women’s Tri-Nations Cup and U20 Men’s World Rugby Trophy. The U20 program is primarily 15s, but expected to expand in to 7s as World Rugby offers additional opportunity for competition.

If you are an athlete who currently competes in a club or collegiate level rugby program and have questions regarding selections and upcoming assemblies for USA U20s, please contact Scott Bracken • sbracken@usarugby.org.

Selection Process

To become a Men’s Junior All-American, athletes should participate in one or more of the five Regional Cup Tournaments across the country, USA Rugby National Development Academies, official collegiate or club program events.

Official collegiate-level programs include D1A National Championships, College 7s or College 15s National Championships and National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) events.


Men’s Junior All-American Staff

Scott BrackenHead Coachsbracken@usarugby.org

Schedule & Results

DATEOPPONENT & DETAILSCOMPETITIONHOW TO FOLLOWRESULT
June 8, 2019vs Canada U20sWorld Rugby U20 Trophy QualifierTBA
June 4, 2019vs Canada U20sWorld Rugby U20 Trophy QualifierTBA
June 16, 2018vs Canada U20sWorld Rugby U20 Trophy Qualifier40-22 (W)
June 12, 2018vs Canada U20sWorld Rugby U20 Trophy Qualifier22-60 (L)

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