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

Day 2 at the Biarritz Sevens saw the USA beating Russia 27-12 in the Cup Quarterfinals and then Spain 24-7 in the Semifinals to advance to the Cup Finals against New Zealand, who defeated Canada 21-12. The USA were on fire against the Black Ferns and secured their first Series Cup Title 26-10 over New Zealand. New Zealand won the season series with the USA second. The USA earned a Gold, Silver and 3 Bronze medals during the Series, with their previous medals best, two. The USA Women’s Eagles had individual awards with Alev Kelter the Player of the Final…

The USA Women’s Eagles Sevens qualified for the 2020 Olympics in Toyko after beating 11th ranked China 36-5 in their opening Pool C match at the HSBC Women’s Sevens Series in Biarritz. The team then beat 10th ranked Fiji 14-12 and 5th place France 19-7 to win Pool C. The matches are being shown on facebook.com/worldrugby7s. The USA entered the Biarritz Sevens ranked 2nd, two points ahead of Canada and twelve points behind New Zealand. A strong performance could allow the United States to cement its position at second in the world, marking the highest ever finish for the program…

The USA Women’s Eagles Sevens will conclude the HSBC Women’s Sevens Series in Biarritz on June 15-16. The matches may be viewed on facebook.com/worldrugby7s. Once the team steps on the pitch for their first match, they will earn the single World Series point needed to confirm qualification to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Head Coach Chris Brown has selected 13 players for Biarritz, including some who didn’t appear in Langford. Cheta Emba and Kasey McCravey replace Jordan Matyas and Meya Bizer, who is recovering from injuries sustained in Langford. At Langford, Kristi Kirshe earned a Dream Team nomination as she…

The USA Women’s Eagles Sevens are Bronze medalists for the third straight tournament. They secured their fourth medal of the season and are ranked No. 2 in the World after defeating France 26-5 in the Bronze Final at HSBC Canada Sevens in Langford. When they play their first match at Biarritz, France, they will have qualified for the Toyko 2020 Olympic Games. They are the only team who have finished in the top four at every tournament this season. Head Coach Chris Brown said “We’ve had to build a culture that’s based on unity and working hard for each other.…

The Women’s Eagles Sevens Head Coach Chris Brown has made one change in the squad for the HSBC Canada Sevens with Abby Gustaitis replacing Cheta Emba. The team won a Bronze medal in Kitakyushu, their third trip to the podium. Previously, the team has not won more than two medals in a single season.  The team is currently in third place in the standings with the top four at the end of the season qualifying for the 2020 Olympics. Co-Captain Lauren Doyle, Alev Kelter, and Naya Tapper have been try-scoring threats. Nana Fa’avesi nd Nicole Heavirland have been playmakers. Ilona…

The USA Women’s Eagles Sevens team won the Bronze medal after a 36-12 win over France at the 2019 HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens. Earlier in the day, the USA defeated number one ranked New Zealand 26-19 in the Cup Quarterfinals. Then faced eventual Cup champions Canada, losing 24-12. On day one, the USA Women’s Eagles Sevens team went undefeated in Pool C at the 2019 HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens. The USA opened with a 43-7 win over England, then won 31-5 over Fiji, before ending Pool play beating Ireland 15-12. After the bronze medal performance, the USA is in third place in…

The USA Women’s Eagles Sevens team Pool C at the 2019 HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens. The USA opened with a 43-7 win over England, then won 31-5 over Fiji, before ending Pool play beating Ireland 15-12. They will now face New Zealand in the Cup Quarterfinals at 9:52 pm ET. Matches are broadcast LIVE on facebook.com/worldrugby7s. At the end of the sixth stop on the circuit, the top four teams will qualify for the 2020 Olympics. The USA vs England The USA Women’s Eagles Sevens team opened the 2019 HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens with a 43-7 win over England. Kris Thomas opened…

The second ranked USA Women’s Eagles Sevens team have named their team for the 2019 HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens that will take place on April 19-21 (ET). Matches are broadcast LIVE on facebook.com/worldrugby7s. At the end of the sixth stop on the circuit, the top four teams will qualify for the 2020 Olympics. The USA finished with a bronze medal at the Sydney Sevens and hope to continue to be a podium team at each Series stop. At Sydney, Kristi Kirsche made her debut with five tries. Illona Maher debuted at the end of last season in Paris and since then has…

The USA Women’s Sevens Team enter the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series January 31-February 3 (based on Eastern Time) in 3rd place at HSBC Sydney Sevens 2019. The Eagles Sevens will face China, Spain and Australia in Pool C, LIVE on facebook.com/worldrugby7s. The USA Women will need to continue to achieve semifinal appearances as this is an Olympic qualifying year, where the top 4 teams at the end of the HSBC Women’s Sevens Series qualify for the Olympics. After opening in second-place at USA Women’s Sevens in Glendale, the Women’s Eagles Sevens finished fourth at Dubai Sevens 2018 last…

USA Women’s Eagles Sevens & Dubai Sevens The USA Women’s Eagles advanced to the Bronze Final but narrowly lost to Australia 26-21. Coupled with a silver medal at the USA Sevens in Glendale, the team sits in third place in the HSBC Women’s Sevens Series with 32 points, two points behind Canada. New Zealand is in first place with 40 points, while Australia is in 4th place with 28 points. The top four teams after the six Series stops will qualify for the Olympics. The USA Women went 2-1 in Pool play, beating China 31-0, losing at death to England…

USA Rugby Women’s Eagles Sevens Dubai Squad The second stop of the HSBC Women’s Sevens Series will be held at Dubai Sevens, Nov. 29-30. The U.S. enters the second of six stops in second place after losing to New Zealand in the Cup Final at the USA Sevens in Glendale, Colorado. This is an Olympic qualifying year with the first four teams in the 2018-2019 Sevens Series automatically qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The team will have two changes from the USA Sevens. Ashlee Byrge, who is in the Women’s Sevens Residency program will debut at Dubai. She…

2018 USA Women’s Rugby Sevens After a day one at the USA Women’s Sevens in Glendale, Colorado, the USA Women’s Eagles Sevens team claimed the 8th spot in the Cup Finals by an aggregate one point differential over Spain. Day two was another story as the USA Women had a convincing win over Australia, who won last year’s HSBC Women’s Sevens Series. They then defeated France after time had expired with a try by newly capped Alena Olsen to reach the Cup Final. In the Final, New Zealand proved themselves to be Champions, as the USA left with the Silver…

USA Sevens & Women Eagles Sevens The USA Women’s Eagles finished 4th at the Rugby World Cup Sevens. They beat China an Russia before losing a close match to New Zealand in the Semi-Finals and to Australia in the Bronze Final. This HSBC Women’s Sevens Series serves as an Olympic qualifier. The first four teams atop of the Series standings will automatically qualify for the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020. The other teams must survive regional qualifying tournaments. The USA team will consist of eight seasoned veterans with international experience. There are also three players who will make their debuts…

HSBC Women’s Sevens Series – USA Women’s Sevens USA Rugby Release – by AalinaTabani GLENDALE, CO. – Pools and schedules have today been announced for the HSBC USA Women’s Sevens 2018 tournament in Glendale, new opening round of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series. The international tournament, to be held at Infinity Park from October 20-21, will feature 11 core and one invitational women’s rugby sevens teams as they begin their journey to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The two-day event will see pool play fill Day One as each respective team competes for the chance to…

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