Rugby Americas North 2018 Superweek: Men’s U19 & Women’s 10s

Rugby America’s North Superweek

The Rugby America’s North (RAN) Superweek Men’s U19 & Women’s 10s Tournaments are being held in Mexico City, Mexico from July 8-14, 2018. Mexico, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, and USA Rugby South U19 teams will play a round-robin tournament on July 8, 11 and 14, and USA Rugby South, Bahamas, Mexico, and Jamaica women’s 10s teams will compete on July 12 and 13.

Mexico City last played host to a RAN tournament in November 2017 when RAN Sevens was held at the Campo Marte grounds. Both the Men’s U19 Championships and the second annual Women’s 10s tournament will be streamed live throughout the week. Schedule!

USA Rugby South Men’s U19 Squad

  • Anas Abdullah
  • Koby Baker
  • Asa Carter
  • Taylor Croyts
  • Alex Dillard
  • David Ebert
  • Jalen Greatrex
  • Reese Guidry
  • Killian Keane
  • Tameron King
  • Jared Lentin
  • Charles McPherson
  • Nicholas Nance
  • Colby Pearl
  • Douglas Sansone Jr
  • Tom Stockton
  • Ash Sullivan
  • Evan Thomas
  • Zack Tisdale
  • Cameron Tompkins
  • Declan Wilson

RAN U19 Coaches & Staff

  • RAN U19 Head Coach & Forwards – Randy Joseph
  • RAN U19 Assistant Coach & Backs – Daan Pretorius
  • Team Trainer – Louis Rodas
  • Director of USA Rugby South – Kevin Kitto
  • U19 Panthers Director – Mark Williams
  • Management & Travel – Theresa Williams
  • Marketing & Communications – Dana Catron

Team Schedule

  • Atlanta, GA.
  • Tuesday, July 3rd, 3:00 PM:  Player check-in, team meeting, and team practice at Life University
  • Wednesday, July 4th, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM:  Team practice at Roswell Area Park, 10495 Woodstock Rd, Roswell, GA.  3:00 PM – 5:00 PM:  Team practice – same location as above. 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM:  Team cookout at Coach Daan’s HOA pool.
  • Thursday, July 5th 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM:  Team practice again at Roswell Area Park. 5:15 PM:   Arrive at the airport and meet as a group at the Delta Airlines ticketing area. Flight to Mexico City Juarez Intl Airport, MX
  • Mexico City
  • Friday, July 6th Team Practice & Meeting.
  • Saturday, July 7th Team Practice, Walk-thru, Meeting & Dinner
  •  Sunday, July 8th 9:00 AM:  Team meeting and then Departure to Field. 10:00 AM:  Mexico vs Jamaica. 12:00 PM:  USA Panthers vs Cayman
  • Monday, July 9th Team Meeting, and Practice. Free time
  • Tuesday, July 10th Team Practice, Walk-Thru, Meeting & Dinner
  • Wednesday, July 11th 9:00 AM:  Team Meeting and then Departure to Field 10:00 AM:  Mexico vs Cayman 12:00 PM:  USA Panthers vs Jamaica
  • Thursday, July 12th Practice and Team Meeting; Free Time
  • Friday, July 13th Team Practice, Walk-Thru, Meeting & Dinner
  •  Saturday, July 14th 9:00AM:  Team Meeting and then Departure to Field. 10:00AM:  Cayman vs Jamaica; 12:00PM:  Mexico vs USA South; 7:30PM:  Team Farewell Kangaroo Court and Talent Show
  • Sunday, July 15th Return Travel Home

USA Rugby South Women (RAN 10s)

USA Rugby South Panthers Women’s Staff

  • Head Coach Chris Martin
  • Assistant Coach: Joel Bonnaud
  • Video Analysis: Neil Pietila
  • Manager: Nikki Penikas

USA Rugby South Panthers Women

  1. Lisa Jackson- Raleigh
  2. Maddie Windstein- Louisiana Lagniappe
  3. Sara Lundy- Raleigh
  4. Claire Stingley- Beantown
  5. Tiara Littleton- Dallas Harlequins
  6. Ashley Mackenzie- Fort Miami
  7. Kristen Hall- Fort Miami
  8. Allison Schrenker- UT Chattanooga 
  9. Jennifer Moser- Charlotte
  10. Morgan Freeman- Fort Miami
  11. Tanya Siford- Dallas Harlequins
  12. T Fletcher- Raleigh
  13. Mandy Reehling- Nashville 
  14. Lolita Galdones- Southern Pines
  15. Amanda Watkins- Charlotte

USA Rugby South Match Schedule

  • July 12 vs. Bahamas 9 am local
  • July 12 vs. Mexico Noon local
  • July 13 vs. Jamaica 9:30 am local
  • July 13 3rd vs. 4th 11:30 AM Local
  • July 13 1st vs. 2nd Noon local

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