Athletes Revealed for Men's Collegiate All-American Selection Camp at Infinity Park

  • 83 Men’s Collegiate All-American candidates to assemble for selection camp August 9
  • D1A Conference programs hold the strongest representation at 61 candidates
  • USA Rugby to name 1st Team All-Americans on final day, LIVE on Facebook

GLENDALE, CO. – USA Rugby is excited to reveal the names of 83 of the nation’s top student-athletes who have been chosen to participate in the upcoming Men’s Collegiate All-American (MCAA) Selection Camp. Taking place August 9-17 at Infinity Park — home of the Glendale Raptors of Major League Rugby — the first four days will include a mixture of training and trial games; after which 30 athletes will stay on to work directly with the Men’s Collegiate All-American staff.

The camp will conclude with a match against the Glendale Raptors on August 17; after which USA Rugby will name the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Team All-Americans. 1st Team All-Americans will be announced LIVE on

“Our coaching staff is thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the top collegiate players in the country,” said James Willocks, Head Coach of the Men’s Collegiate All-Americans. “It is always a challenge to identify the top players with the college game being so expansive. We believe that we have selected a wide squad of players available, with representation across most conferences, divisions and programs throughout the country.”

Of all the players invited, the 83 available to attend span a variety of different conferences. D1A programs hold the strongest representation with 60 candidates that include the Mid South (24), Rugby East (8), PAC (8) and five independent institutions in the mix. Eight athletes come from D1AA programs with D2 (7) and NSCRO (6) rounding out the bunch. All athletes will be considered for All-American honors.

The selection camp will be covered across USA Rugby’s digital and social media platforms with admission to see the Men’s Collegiate All-Americans face the Glendale Raptors at Infinity Park free to the public.

As a whole, the All-American program — and receiving All-American honors — continuous to be a highly sought after achievement for student-athletes across the nation. With the competitive nature of college athletics, the All-American program honors those student-athletes who are routinely recognized as the best players in their conference throughout the season.

Further, the All-American program has served as an important talent identification vehicle for aspiring national team players. To support the All-American athletes and help future Eagles pursue their national team dreams, visit or click here.


Name Position School
Adamcheck, Anthony Prop Penn State University
Adams, Brennon Wing Clemson University
Adeoye, Aitalokahi Fullback San Jose State University
Alvarez, Pedro Flanker Arkansas State University
Berrisford, Jamie Lock Life University
Bradley Jr, Roy Lock Furman University
Buckley, Connor Scrumhalf Iona College
Casey, Jack Flyhalf University of Arkansas
Cheslek, Thomas Flanker Davenport University
Ciquera, Kyle Prop St. Bonaventure University
Cooke, Stevie Prop Virginia Military Institute
Crass, Tyler Center University of Wisconsin, Madison
Cutrone, Joseph Prop Sacred Heart University
Dabulas, Mike Flyhalf Penn State University
Davis, Samuel Flanker United States Naval Academy
Day, Jackson Prop Western Michigan University
De Waal, Michael Flanker Lindenwood University
Demers, Jamie Lock University of Michigan
Eife, Michael Wing Penn State University
Ellis, Luke Fullback West Virginia University
Engelhart, Oliver Scrumhalf Dartmouth College
Feakes, Nicholas Flyhalf/Fullback Lindenwood University
Gerbino, Christopher Flanker Santa Clara University
Harmon, Matthew Prop Life University
Harris, George Lock Saint Joseph’s University
Hunkin-Clark, Tommy Lock American International College
Koroi, Maciu No. 8 Life University
Krueger, Spencer Prop Ohio State University
Layne, Jonathan Lock Brigham Young University
Lebon, Gardy Scrumhalf United States Naval Academy
Maree, Tabo Flanker Arkansas State University
Marshall, Deven Lock Central Washington University
Mascolo, Santiago No. 8 Iona College
Masters, Harry Scrumhalf University of Mary Washington
Matarazzo, Michael Lock University of Notre Dame
Matthews, Aaron Center/ Fullback Saint Mary’s College of California
Maughan, Cullen Prop Life University
May, Malcolm Lock Penn State University
McCrimmon, Thomas Prop University of North Carolina, Wilmington
McNerney, Connor No 8 United States Naval Academy
Meagher, Patrick Hooker Arkansas State University
Mendes, Yanick Lock University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Meyer, Caleb Prop University of Utah
Mikesell, Deion Wing Lindenwood University
Miller, Jack Flyhalf University of Colorado
Moala, Simione Center Washington and Lee University
Morris III, Stewart Center Baylor University
Mteto, Anelisa Center/ Wing Iowa Central Community College
Muntanga, Brian Hooker Life University
Niumataiwalu, Noah Flyhalf Saint Joseph’s University
Phelan, George Fullback Life University
Powell, Ryheem Prop Susquehanna University
Pupunu, Kelsin Fullback University of Utah
Rees, Ryan Scrumhalf Life University
Robinson, Connor Prop Boston College
Rogers, Kyle Fullback University of Arizona
Rogers, Matthew Scrumhalf University of Arizona
Russell, Ryan Hooker University of Kansas
Saccomanno, Paul Wing San Francisco State University
Scarcella, Michael Center Iona College
Stanley, Jourden Wing Angelo State University
Sullivan, Kevin Prop University of California, Berkeley
Teles, Bronson Lock University of Arizona
Trankle, Thomas Lock Furman University
Trotter, Kevin Fullback Penn State University
Tumusiime, Michael M Flyhalf California Maritime Academy
Tupuola, Marcus Fullback/ Wing Notre Dame College
Van Lanen, Levi Center University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
Van Schalkwyk, Duncan Flyhalf Life University
Wallace, Thomas Wing Saint Mary’s College of California
Weeks, Dante Wing University of Arizona
Wenglewski, Chance Prop Lindenwood University
Wepner, Franklin Scrumhalf Appalachian State University
Westall, North Hooker St. Bonaventure University
Wheeler, Harley Wing Life University
White, Wesley No. 8 Lindenwood University
Whiting, Calvin Center Brigham Young University (BYU)
Wilcox, Tosh Flanker Brigham Young University (BYU) 
Williams, Darell Wing San Francisco Community College
Wilson, Mitchell Center Life University
Yacoubian, Sean Scrumhalf Saint Mary’s College of California
Young, Zachary Center Arkansas State University
Zhitnik, Maxim Center Fordham University


Head Coach | James Willocks
Assistant Coach | Tui Osborne
Assistant Coach | Blake Bradford
Strength & Conditioning Coach | Tom Kindley
Performance Analyst | James Harrison
Team Manager | Kevin McCorry


Thursday, August 9th
Candidates Assemble

Sunday, August 12th
Trial Game #1 | 10 AM MT
Infinity Park, Glendale, CO
Admission is FREE

Trial Game #2 | 11:30 AM MT
Infinity Park, Glendale, CO
Admission is FREE

Monday, August 13th
Program filtered to 30 players

Friday, August 17th
Men’s Collegiate All-Americans vs Glendale Raptors | 7 PM MT
Infinity Park, Glendale, CO
Admission is FREE

Announcement of 1st Team All-Americans
Facebook LIVE | Time TBD