He was last seen at the Dog House on Front Street at about 1.05am.
Mark Dombroski, a 19-year-old student at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia, has been found dead in Bermuda.
"There is concern for his well being", the police said in a statement, The Inquirer reported, adding that officials hadn't provided details on whether the St. Joseph's University freshman was believed to be in danger.
ABC News reports that the team was visiting Bermuda to partake in the Ariel Re Bermuda International 7's Tournament, in which several United States colleges competed.
The 19-year-old Saint Joseph's University's student had been due to fly back to the USA later in the day.
Head rugby coach Dan Yarusso did not return stateside with the team, and instead remained in Bermuda to assist in the search.More news: Uber suspends autonomous auto testing after fatal crash
Saint Joseph's is a Roman Catholic Jesuit university.
Howard also said foul play has not been ruled out.
"We dearly love our son, we cherish our son". "We thank the citizens of Bermuda".
The Bermuda Rugby Football Union has offered a $1,000 reward for new information on Dombroski's whereabouts.
He expressed his "heartfelt condolences to his family and friends" after an intensive search for local authorities, volunteers, and relatives of the student. She said the surveillance footage showed him favoring his arm. They are asking anyone with photos, videos, or information to contact police at 441-295-0011. It issued a statement saying it has been in touch with the freshman's family and "continues to pray for his safe return".