Dylan Audsley

DOB: 1/15/1994
HEIGHT: 5′ 11″
POSITION: Utility Back (12, 13, 15)

Career Highlights

  • 2013 Selection to U.S. Men’s Junior All-Americans and Men’s Collegiate All-Americans
  • 2016 Rudy Scholz Award recipient
  • Collegiate National Champion with St. Mary’s College of California 2014, 2015, 2017
  • Capped USA Eagle no. 516 in early 2018 contributing to a 5-0 record leading to the Eagles’ second Americas Rugby Championship title

Despite being born in London, it is the U.S. that has benefitted from the considerable rugby abilities of Audsley. His debut with the Legion in 2018 showcased a rugby evolution from student of the game to collegiate experience and eventually national team selection. Audsley attended the perennially-ranked St. Mary’s College where he flourished under head coach Tim O’Brien and led the team to a national championship in 2017. During this tenure he contributed with fellow All-Americans Garrett Brewer and Kingsley McGowan, and earned the Rudy Scholz award as the best men’s collegiate rugby player.

In 2013 he represented the U.S. at the IRB Junior World Championship where he saw action against top international talent from France, England, Scotland, and Fiji as a member of the under-20 American squad. Audsley’s national prominence continued as a Collegiate All-American in 2016, a member of the USA Selects, and ultimately with a USA Eagles debut in 2018 during the Americas Rugby Championship.

As a veritable rugby swiss army knife, Audsley showcases an assortment of talents from precision kicking to powerful tackling and is most comfortable at center or fullback.