New Orleans Gold Re-Signs William Waguespack

New Orleans Gold – William Waguespack

The New Orleans Gold Rugby Club -re-signed New Orleans native William Waguespack for the 2019 Major League Rugby season. The 20-year-old lock is 6’6″, and 275 pounds.
William attended Jesuit High School in New Orleans form 2012-2016. He played rugby his Junior and Senior year at Jesuit, captaining the team his Senior year. During the Spring 2016 season, he played in South Regional Cup Tournament for Louisiana in Matthews, North Carolina.
After graduating high school, he attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette from 2016 through 2017. He is a lock but played a few games at flyhalf at the College to maximize handling the ball during a match. The Rajin Cajuns are part of the Deep South Rugby Conference.
His strong rugby performances were noticed at the national level. He was selected to the AIG Junior All-Americans Development team, which played a two-match Series against Canada on Dec 30, 2016, and Jan 2, 2017. He also was on the USA Under-20s team in 2018 for the World Rugby Trophy Qualifiers against Canada in Texas.
Playing professional rugby with the New Orleans Gold was a balancing act. William attended the University of New Orleans while playing for the Gold in 2018. He also played for the New Orleans Rugby Club.
Expect him to make a greater contribution on the pitch during 2019!

New Orleans Gold Comments

“Local product William Waguespack will be back in Gold in 2019. Waguespack picked up the game of rugby whilst at local powerhouse Jesuit High School. Waguespack was part of the USA U20s team that played Canada in 2018. With a huge frame and a work ethic to match, Waguespack is a player to keep an eye on in 2019. Waguespack spent the summer training hard at the @westbankathleticclub and the coaching staff is excited to see what the 20-year-old can bring to the table in 2019.” #GoldReign

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