Seawolves Outhunted in Houston, Maintain Standings Position with Bonus Point
March 12, 2022 (HOUSTON, TEXAS) – The Seattle Seawolves traveled to Texas to face Western Conference opponent, Houston SaberCats (2-3). A three-try performance from Seattle applied pressure to the SaberCats but wasn’t enough to hunt down the win. Missed opportunities allowed Houston to claw back, 21-19 Houston.
• Wing Ross Neal opened Seattle’s scoring efforts with his third try of the season
• Wing Martin Iosefo and scrumhalf-fly half option JP Smith both scored their first tries of the 2022 season,2x Team USA Olympian Iosefo scored his first Major League try
• Seattle earned a bonus point for losing by 7 points or fewer, totaling to 16 points in the Western Conference standings and helping maintain their current position at #3
• Seattle will be eager for another shot at the SaberCats at Starfire Stadium on May 27
Flyhalf AJ Alatimu (56’) 1/2
Scrumhalf JP Smith (78’) 1/1
The Seattle Seawolves (3-3) will travel back to in Texas Week 7 to face the Dallas Jackals (0-6) for their inaugural match up on Saturday, March 19 at 5:00 PM PT. Seattle versus Dallas will be broadcast on ROOT SPORTS Plus regionally and streamed online on The Rugby Network.
Seattle will return to Starfire Stadium on Saturday, March 26 to face the defending MLR Champions, LA Giltinis. Three-match packs, group tickets, and single match tickets available now at https://seawolves.rugby/buy-tickets/.
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