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HSBC Women’s Sevens Series: Six stops in Dubai, Sydney, Las Vegas, Kitakyushu, Langford & Clermont-Ferrand.

WORLD RUGBY ANNOUNCES NEW OPENING ROUND FOR HSBC WORLD RUGBY WOMEN’S SEVENS SERIES 2019 World Rugby Release USA Rugby to host opening leg of HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series, 20-21 October 2018 HSBC USA Women’s Sevens tournament will be held at Infinity Park in Glendale, Colorado HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series increases to six rounds beginning next season DUBLIN, IRE – World Rugby today announced USA Rugby will host the opening round of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series next season in Glendale, Colorado.  The announcement of this new addition brings the number of rounds on the…

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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…

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USA Women’s Eagles Sevens & 2018 Canada Sevens The Women’s Eagles Sevens won the Bronze Final at the 2018 Canada Sevens tournament defeating France 21-5. With their performance, the team moved into 5th place in the HSBC Women’s Sevens standings with one stop remaining. The concluding stop of the 2017-18 HSBC World Women’s Sevens Series is in Paris on June 8-9. After that the USA will play China in the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco on July 20. Head Coach Richie Walker indicated that he is “Incredibly proud of our team for what they have accomplished today. They…

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USA Women’s Sevens Update May 9, 2018 –  Sarah Buonopane has replaced Kristen Thomas due to an injury. The USA Women’s Sevens will leave for the Canada Sevens in Langford where they will face Russia, France, and Japan. This is the 4th stop of the 2017-18 HSBC World Sevens Series that will be held on May 12-13. The last stop will be in Paris on June 8-10. At the previous stop in Kitakyushu, Japan, the team captured the Challenge Trophy. View the matches live on The Rugby Channel. At Kitakyushu, the Women’s Sevens went 1-2 in pool play before back-to-back…

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Women’s Eagles Sevens Squad for Kitakyushu Sevens It has been a long time since the last stop of the 2017-2018 HSBC Women’s World Series Sevens, the Sydney Sevens January 26-28. During the USA Sevens in Las Vegas, the Women’s Falcons played an exhibition series with number one team in the world, Australia. Richie Walker has named the Women’s Eagles Sevens team for Kitakyushu Sevens April 20-22 (based on Eastern time). The team will leave for Japan one week ahead of the competition. The USA find themselves in 5th place in the Women’s Sevens standing after a 2nd place finishes in…

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Women’s Eagles Sevens Dubai Sevens 2017 Squad The Women’s Sevens will look to improve upon their 6th place finish in the final HSBC 2016-17 standings during the 2017-18 season. The team kick’s off the Emirates Airlines Dubai Women’s Sevens Tournament at 3:28 PM ET on Nov. 30 for USA’s first match against France in Pool A. Matches may be viewed through World Rugby TV. In preparing for the Series, the USA had the opportunity to scrummage Argentina in Chula Vista, California. Assistant Coach Jarrod Faul, who coaches the San Diego Surfers, was an asset in helping to prepare the women…

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June 25, 2017 Women Eagles Sevens 6th at Clermont/Series Photo: USA Rugby Doug Coil After losing to Australia 31-14 in the Cup Quarterfinals of the HSBC Clermont-Ferrand Sevens, the Women’s Eagles Sevens faced Ireland in a 5th place semi-final rematch, winning 31-14. With the win, the USA faced Fiji in the 5th Place Final, losing 24-19. The entire tournament may be viewed live in the United States on The Rugby Channel. In Pool play the Women Eagles Sevens defeated Ireland 12-7, Japan 33-5 and then lost to New Zealand 19-14 to finish second in their pool at the Clermont-Ferrnad Sevens.…

June 25, 2017 Women Eagles Sevens Move to 5th Place Final After Beating Ireland Photo: USA Rugby Doug Coil After losing to Australia 31-14 in the Cup Quarterfinals of the HSBC Clermont-Ferrand Sevens, the Women’s Eagles Sevens faced Ireland in a 5th place semi-final rematch winning 31-14. With the win, the USA will face the winner between Russia and Fiji in the 5th Place Final at 12:12pm ET. The entire tournament may be viewed live in the United States on The Rugby Channel. In Pool play the Women Eagles Sevens defeated Ireland 12-7, Japan 33-5 and then lost to New…

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June 25, 2017 Women Eagles Sevens Lose to Australia in Cup Semi-Finals Photo: USA Rugby Doug Coil The Women’s Eagles Sevens faced Australia in the Cup Quarterfinals Sunday losing 31-14. The United States will play Ireland in a 5th Place Semi-final in a rematch against Ireland at 9:06am ET. The entire tournament may be viewed live in the United States on The Rugby Channel. In Pool play the Women Eagles Sevens defeated Ireland 12-7, Japan 33-5 and then lost to New Zealand 19-14 to finish second in their pool at the Clermont-Ferrnad Sevens. USA v Australia Chloe Dalton kicked the…

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June 24, 2017 Women Eagles Sevens Second in Pool after Loss to New Zealand Photo: Michael Lee, KLC Fotos Doug Coil The Women’s Eagles Sevens lost to HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series leader, New Zealand and will meet the top seed of Pool C, either Australia or France in the Cup Quarterfinals Sunday at 6:22 am ET. The USA entered their final pool match against New Zealand needing either a win or a draw to win the pool. With the loss, they finished second in pool play. They began the Clermont-Ferrand Sevens coming back to defeat Ireland 12-7 and then…

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June 24, 2017 Women Eagles Sevens Beat Japan to Advance to Cup Quarterfinals at Clermont-Ferrand Sevens Photo: Women Eagles Sevens Doug Coil The Women’s Eagles Sevens advanced to the Cup Quarterfinals at HSBC Clermont-Ferrand Sevens after first defeating Ireland 12-7 and then Japan. They will face Series standing leader, New Zealand at 11:50am ET to determine the Pool A winner and for seeding in the quarterfinals. The entire tournament may be viewed live in the United States on The Rugby Channel. USA v Japan Richie Walker selected the same starters from the win over Ireland. The starters responded with an…

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June 24, 2017 Women Eagles Sevens Start Clermont-Ferrand Sevens with Win Over Ireland Photo: Women Eagles Sevens Doug Coil The Women’s Eagles Sevens began pool play at HSBC Clermont-Ferrand Sevens with a 12-7 win against Ireland. Next for the team is Japan at 8:44am ET with New Zealand at 11:50am. The entire tournament may be viewed live in the United States on The Rugby Channel. A preview article is also available by clicking here. USA v Ireland Richie Walker elected to begin the match with a less experienced side with Alev Kelter and Naya Tapper on the bench. Sara Parsons…

June 19, 2017 Women’s Eagles Sevens Squad for Clermont-Ferrand Sevens Photo: Michael Lee, KLC Fotos Doug Coil Richie Walker, Head Coach of the Women’s Eagles Sevens, has named his 12 player squad for the final 2016-17 HSBC World Rugby Women’s Series stop, at HSBC Clermont-Ferrand Sevens. Three players will debut for the Eagles Sevens with all being capped Eagles XVs players. Tess Feury, Natalie Kosko and Women’s Rugby World Cup pool athlete Sara Parsons join the squad that is currently ranked sixth in the Sevens Series standings.  The U.S. will face Ireland, Japan, and Series-leader New Zealand in Pool A…

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June 8, 2017 USA Women’s Eagles 7s Draw for Clermont-Ferrand 7s Photo: Clermont 7s Doug Coil The Women Eagles have been grouped in Pool A along with New Zealand, Ireland and Japan in Clermont-Ferrand at the Stade Gabriel-Montpied on 24-25 June. The team is ranked ahead of both Ireland and Japan and should be favored to reach the cup quarterfinals. New Zealand has been a dominant team this year as they top the Series standings. The Eagles currently sit in sixth place with 52 points and are in striking distance of both Fiji with 54 points and Russia with 58…

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