Kevin Sullivan Reaches 50 Caps

On Saturday, February 25th, Kevin Sullivan became the twenty-eighth player in Major League Rugby to appear in 50 matches.

Kevin Sullivan began playing Rugby while attending St Ignatius Preparatory School in San Francisco. While there, Sullivan developed his skills as a player and would be named a High School All-American. Following high school, he attended the University of California at Berkeley, where he played five seasons for the Bears, winning Varsity Cup titles in 2016 and 2017. In 2017, he was named to the Collegiate All-American first team. In his final season at Cal in 2018, he was named a finalist for the Rudy Scholz Award.

Photo by Craig Boudreaux 

In his career in the MLR, Kevin has scored four tries, made 207 ball carries, has 1,182 meters run, 251 tackles, and 380 ruck arrivals.

Photo by Craig Boudreaux 

Major League Rugby is honoring the first 50 players to reach 50 caps and their role in building the legacy of MLR. The latest of the first twenty-five players to accomplish 50 caps for MLR includes Mason Pedersen of the Seattle Seawolves, Ryan Matyas of San Diego Legion, and Nate Brakeley of the New York Ironworkers.

Stay tuned for more announcements as players reach the 50 caps milestone, and cement their spot in Major League Rugby’s history.

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