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Full name  Zachary Test
Name  Zack Test
Position  Hooker
Height  6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Place of birth  United States

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Date of birth  (1989-10-13) October 13, 1989 (age 26)
Weight  195 lb (86 kg, 13 st 8 lb )
Education  Loughborough University, University of Oregon, Woodside High School
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Zachary "Zack" Test (born October 13, 1989) is an American rugby union player who plays for the United States national rugby sevens team. Test is the U.S. career leader in tries scored in the World Rugby Sevens Series.

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Early life and youth rugby

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Test was born in Woodside, California, and is Jewish. He lived in Redwood City, and went to Ronald C. Wornick Jewish Day School in Foster City.

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He attended Woodside High School, graduating in 2007. Test began playing rugby in his freshman year of high school. Test began his collegiate career playing football in 2007 at the University of Oregon as a wide receiver under Mike Bellotti. Test also played rugby for the University of Oregon helping them qualify for the regional playoffs. Test also represented his country with the national under-20 rugby union team.

U.S. national rugby sevens team

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Test made his sevens senior debut during the 2008–09 IRB Sevens World Series and represented the United States at the Hong Kong, Adelaide and London Sevens that year. Test quickly became a regular for the U.S. team, playing for the US in every tournament in the IRB Sevens World Series during the 2009–10 season. Test also played for the U.S. in every tournament in the IRB Sevens World Series during the 2010–11 season. T. Test led the U.S. team during the 2010-11 IRB Sevens World Series with 24 tries and 120 points, scoring 6 tries at the 2011 Hong Kong Sevens. Test also played for the US at the 2011 Pan American Games, helping the U.S. team to win the bronze medal. Test's performance throughout 2011 for the US national team earned him the Rugby Mag 2011 Men's 7s Player of the Year award.

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Test has emerged as one of the best players on the U.S. team. During the 2011-12 IRB Sevens World Series, Test broke Jovesa Naivalu's U.S. national sevens career record of 47 tries. Test is also one of the best on the IRB circuit in catching kicks from restarts, using his 6'3" height, his jumping ability and his excellent hands to haul in the high ball. Test has a reputation as one of the best players in the game at catching restarts. Paul Treu, head coach of the South Africa rugby team, has stated that when it comes to catching kicks, Test is "one of the best players in the business." Test finished the 2011–12 World Series leading the United States with 21 tries.

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Test debuted for the Eagles 15's side in the 2015 Pacific Nations Cup against Samoa.

Other International

Test, who is Jewish, played for the United States Maccabiah rugby union team at the 2009 Maccabi Games, and was instrumental in helping the squad win the bronze medal beating the Israel national rugby union team at Herzliya Municipal Stadium.

References

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