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Vancouver’s Tim Stanfill on U.S. Rugby training squad

By , Columbian Soccer, hockey and Community Sports Reporter

Vancouver native Tim Stanfill is among 50 players named to the USA Rugby training squad ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, which begins in mid-September in England.

Stanfill, a 2007 Evergreen High School graduate, is one of nine players from the Seattle Saracens club among the 50 players on the training squad. A star at Central Washington University, Stanfill, 26, first played rugby with the Vancouver Sharks youth rugby team as a high school junior.

A wing player, Stanfill made his first appearance with the USA Eagles national team in its exhibition match on Nov. 1 against the New Zealand All Blacks in Chicago.

Columbian Soccer, hockey and Community Sports Reporter

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