Kevin Swiryn and Rocco Mauer train at the Serevi Rugby Institute as part of their ongoing preparation for rugby sevens tournaments over the summer. RugbyToday profiles the role both players had in the Seattle Saracens recent USA Rugby Club7s National Championship run and looks forward to where these Serevi athletes could take their games next.
[/two_thirds]
logo[/one_third_last]
[bra_divider height=”10″] [one]

 

[/one] [bra_divider height=”10″]
Rocco-Mauer-Seattle-Rugby

Mauer’s Hard Work Paying Off

Rocco Mauer’s rugby career has been a series of peaks and valleys. He rocketed to relevance in the inaugural Collegiate Rugby Championship in 2010, leading the tournament in tries and helping Bowling Green win the Bowl… 

[bra_button text=”Read More Here” url=”http://www.rugbytoday.com/7s/mauers-hard-work-paying” target=”_blank” size=”medium” color=”navyblue” style=”rectangle”]

 

[/one_half_last]

[bra_divider height=”20″]

Kevin-Swiryn-Seattle-rugby

Swiryn Filling Trophy Case in Comeback

Kevin Swiryn was, along with Mike Palefau, kind of an elder statesman for Seattle in the club’s march to a National Championship. He had gobs of international experience and had played professionally overseas. The one thing he hadn’t done was play for a club championship… 
[bra_button text=”Read More Here” url=”http://www.rugbytoday.com/7s/swiryn-filling-trophy-case-comeback” target=”_blank” size=”medium” color=”navyblue”] [/one_half_last]