Seawolves Just Shy of Win, Earn Losing Bonus Point Against Austin
February 26, 2022 (TUKWILA, WASHINGTON) – The Seattle Seawolves hosted the Austin Gilgronis (3-0) at Starfire Stadium. Both sides entered Week 4 undefeated and after 80 minutes of strategic kicking and wet conditions, Austin was able to find the try zone one more time than Seattle. 25-18 Austin.
• Fullback Duncan Matthews scored his second try of the season while Lock Rhyno Herbst scored his first
• Seawolf #21 Tim Metcher earned his 50th cap for the Seawolves, becoming the first player to reach the appearance milestone for the Club and only second player in MLR to do so
• Tough conditions and a lack of momentum simmered the Seawolves attack, while Austin was able to capitalize on counter attack and turnover opportunities
• The Seawolves move to a 3-1 record, but collect a critical bonus point with Herbst’s end of the match score that narrowed the score line within 7
Joyce (81′) 1/1
Alatimu (21’, 47′) 2/2
The Seattle Seawolves will host NOLA Gold (0-3) at Starfire Stadium Friday, March 4 at 7:30 PM. There will be a youth camp pre-match in Seawolves’ Run with the Pack, presented by Westfield Southcenter, and 1st-8th grade boys and girls are encouraged to sign up here. Seattle versus NOLA is the MLR Game of the Week and will be broadcast on FS2 nationally and streamed online internationally on The Rugby Network. Half-season memberships, single match tickets, and group tickets are on sale now at www.tickets.seawolves.rugby.
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