Women’s Eagles Sevens
The Women’s Eagles Sevens will begin the final stop of the 2017-18 HSBC World Sevens Series at Paris Sevens on Fri, June 8. After finishing the Canada Sevens in Langford with a Bronze medal, the United States sits in fifth place with only a points differential separating them from Canada in fourth. The 2018 Paris Sevens tournament will begin on June 8 LIVE on FloRugby. The Schedule and pool play opponents will be announced closer to date.
At the Canada Sevens, Alev Kelter scored her 50th try for the Eagles, which was the 500th team try for the USA. She also finished the tournament as the top try scorer. Naya Tapper is one of the leading points scorers on the circuit.
Kristen Thomas is healthy again and her addition brings another scoring threat to the team. Ilona Maher, from Quinnipiac University and who has played for the Scion Rugby Academy will make her senior international debut.
WOMEN’S EAGLES SEVENS ROSTER – 2018 PARIS SEVENS
1. Jordan Gray 2. Cheta Emba 3. Abby Gustaitis 4. Joanne Fa’avesi 5. Ryan Carlyle 6. Nicole Heavirland (C) 7. Kayla Canett 8. Lauren Doyle 9. Ilona Maher 10. Alev Kelter 11. Kris Thomas 12. Naya Tapper
Non-traveling reserves: Kate Zackary, Neariah Persinger, Kasey McCravey, Mata Hingano
WOMEN’S EAGLES SEVENS STAFF – 2018 PARIS SEVENS
Head Coach – Richie Walker
Athletic Trainer – Sarah Leslie
Head of Physical Preparation – Jon Hood
Analyst – Dave Gardner
Team Manager – Liz Strohecker
WOMEN’S EAGLES SEVENS SCHEDULE – 2018 PARIS SEVENS
Schedule and pools will be announced closer to date.
The United States sits in fifth place with only a points differential holding them back from moving past Canada to fourth. The 2018 Paris Sevens tournament will begin on June 8 LIVE on FloRugby. Schedule and pool play opponents will be announced closer to date.
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