Greg McWilliams - Director of Rugby / Men's Head Coach: firstname.lastname@example.org / +1 203.909.2458.
Currently, compliments his role with the USA Men’s National Team assistant coach and Yale Director of Rugby, Greg was educated at St Michael's College, UCD, PCD & Trinity College Dublin, holding a head coach's (stage 4) accreditation from the I.R.F.U and a Level 300 badge by USA Rugby. Before joining Yale Rugby in August 2014, Greg was a business and geography teacher for 13 years. As a player, Greg represented Ireland at Collegiate level and was a club captain in the All Ireland Mens league as a 19 year old in 1998.
Greg coached the Irish Women's National side at the Women's Rugby World Cup in London 2010 and France 2014 (The team defeated New Zealand on their way to their highest ranked finish). In 2013 the Irish Women's Side won the 6 Nations Championship for the 1st in the countries history, winning the Grand Slam. Coach of the Leinster Under 19's Men's squad from 2010-2014, USA Men's Collegiate All Americans coach May 2015-2017. In October of 2017, Greg was appointed USA Men's National Team attack and backs coach. In his time with the team they have won the America Rugby Championship Grand Slam and completed a Summer Series clean sweep, defeating Scotland in the process. This was USA's first win v a tier one Nation in 94 years. USA have just reached their highest ever world ranking (#12).
Craig Wilson - Men's Defense coach / Women's Head coach: email@example.com
Craig started playing rugby as a 5 year old at his local team, Oakham rugby club in England. As he progressed through the age groups, Craig represented Leicester Tigers Academy, Northampton Saints Academy and Scottish Exiles.
In his early twenties, Craig traveled to Hong Kong where he worked for the Hong Kong Rugby Union. His roles included Head Coach of Hong Kong Scottish and roles within the national age-grade set-up. Craig has been part of two u20 World Rugby Trophies as a backs coach. Craig has been capped for Hong Kong and has coached India XV in the 2015 Rugby World Cup qualifiers and India 7s in the Rio 2016 qualifiers.
Craig acted as performance analyst for the USA Women’s National Team’s recent fixture v New Zealand.
Teofe Ziemnicki - Strength and Conditioning: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teofe took helm of the Yale Rugby sports performance program in the Fall of 2017. Teofe started at Yale as an intern with the Football and National Championship winning Lacrosse team. He brings many of the same styles used with those teams to the rugby program and repurposes them to fit the play of the team.
Originally from Windsor Locks, CT, Teofe returned to Connecticut after studying for his masters in exercise science at Eastern Kentucky University. He received his Bachelor of Science from University of Massachusetts at Amherst.