Old Glory DC Jack Iscaro 2022

Old Glory DC re-signed Jack Iscaro for the 2022 Major League Rugby season. The 24-year-old loosehead prop is 6’1″ and 255 lbs.

Jack played in 14 matches for 437 minutes, arrived at 147 rucks, had 45 successful tackles, and carried into contact 35 times with 168 total ball carry meters.

Jack was injured during the 2020 pre-season and did not play during the regular season for Old Glory. Following the 2019 exhibition season in which the team gained wins over the USA Rugby South Panthers and the Ontario Blues, Jack signed a training contract with the Glasgow Warriors and was in Scotland through December. This assignment was an early example of the advantages of Old Glory partnering with one of its investors, the Scottish Rugby Union, owner of the Glasgow Warriors as well as Scotland’s other professional team, Edinburgh Rugby.

Jack grew up in the greater DC area and played his youth rugby with the Maryland Exiles program, as well as high school rugby with Gonzaga College High School from 2011-2015.  Then it was on onto the University of California – Berkeley from 2015-2019. where he helped to earn two national rugby championships before graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Geography.

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“I’m incredibly excited to be coming back to Old Glory next season. Washington, DC is my home and it’s a dream come true to be playing professional rugby so close to my family and friends. I can’t wait to get back to playing in front of the fans and being with the team,” Iscaro remarked on being back with Old Glory in the District for the 2022 season.

“Jack made amazing growth last season,” said Old Glory Head Coach Andrew Douglas. “His scrummaging and play grew immensely over the year to the point where he was starting at the end of the season. As a local rugby product, it’s great to see these players being role models to younger players in the region. With the confidence Jack got in 2021, I’m sure he’s in line for a big season in 2022.”

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