Seattle Seawolves Brock Staller 2021 Profile

The Seattle Seawolves re-signed Brock Staller for the 2021 Major League Rugby season, his fourth with the team. The 28-year-old, 6’2″, and 210-lb wing (29 in March) scored the first try in Seawolves history and was one of the top point-scorers on the team in 2018. He scored 60 points, including 3 tries during his 418 minutes in his six starts. He was a very consistent player on offense and defense and an accurate kicker, who made teams pay when making mistakes. 

During the 2019 season, he played 1437 minutes in all 18 matches, scored 6 tries, a league leading 223 points, carried 113 times for 1156 meters, made 8 linebreaks, 8 tackle breaks, 5 offloads, kicked 10 ties for 292 meters, and made 113 tackels.

During the truncated 2020 season, he played in all five matches, starting twice each on the left and right-wing. He has played in all 29 games in the Seawolves history, starting all but once.

Brock is from Vancouver, Canada and went to Kitsilano High School and Douglas College. He played amateur rugby at Meraloma’s Rugby Club and for the Castaway Wanderers. He represented Vancouver in regional play, British Columbia Bears in provincial play and has played for Canada.

Brock is a graduate of the University of British Columbia and played for the men’s varsity rugby program. For two years in a row, Brock was the leading points scorer in the British Columbia Rugby Union Men’s CDI Premiership.

Brock made his debut for the Canada Men’s National Team in the Americas Rugby Championship on February 20, 2016. Since then he has 15 caps, started 12 times, and scored 64 points. Most of those points came through his boot, although he scored one try. His last test match was against Russia at Nepean on June 16, 2018.

Brock also played for Canada A in the 2018 Americas Pacific Challenge.

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