March 7, 1990 (34)
Cam Dolan is an American rugby union player, known for his role as a lock and number eight for the United States national team and the New Orleans Gold in Major League Rugby. His career is distinguished by his international caps for the USA, including participation in the Rugby World Cup, and his contributions to domestic rugby in the United States.
Dolan’s rugby career began to gain prominence at Life University, where he played college rugby. His skills on the field led to his debut for the United States national team in 2013, and he has since become a regular player for the team, participating in multiple Rugby World Cup tournaments. At the club level, Dolan has played for several teams, including Cardiff Blues in the Pro14 and the San Diego Legion, before joining New Orleans Gold.
Throughout his career, Cam Dolan has collaborated with and played against many notable figures in rugby. In the United States national team, he has played alongside players like Blaine Scully and AJ MacGinty, under the guidance of coaches such as Gary Gold. His time in the Pro14 with Cardiff Blues involved playing with and against some of Europe’s top rugby talent.