Team USA’s women will face Australia in a five-game series as part of the USA Sevens later this week. The matches came together at the behest of the Australians, the reigning Olympic champs.
Given they're not part of the Women’s World Series, the games won't technically feature the Eagles against the Wallabies, but the Falcons against the Pearls. Still, the regulars for both nations’ top sides... Read More
As the Eagles head outside their borders for the final two weekends of the Americas Rugby Championship, more changes have been made to the starting lineup. After sitting out the Chile win, Nick Civetta, Hanco Germishuys and Shaun Davies are back.
Davies is logging his first start under head coach Gary Gold, who started Nate Augspurger against Argentina XV, Canada and Chile. Davies came on and... Read More
Team USA moved to 3-0 in the Americas Rugby Championship Saturday with a 45-13 defeat of Chile at Titan Stadium on the campus of Cal State Fullerton. The Americans scored seven tries, picking up a second-straight bonus-point victory.
The Eagles squandered two chances early, with Cam Dolan charging down a box kick and knocking on the pick up on one, and the team showing an inability to hold onto... Read More
With several players leaving the assembly as scheduled, some to return to their professional clubs, four changes have been made to the Eagles’ starting lineup from the win over Canada to Saturday’s clash with Chile. Six new caps are on offer, with one guaranteed, as Psalm Wooching gets the start at blindside flanker. Taking over the captaincy for the departed Blaine Scully is scrumhalf Nate... Read More
Four tries paced the Eagles to a 29-10 bonus-point win over Canada Saturday at Papa Murphy’s Park in Sacramento, Calif. in the second round of the Americas Rugby Championship. The win sees the USA improve to 4-0 all-time at Papa Murphy’s Park and extend its current unbeaten streaks, both against Canada and in the ARC, to eight.
Wing Ryan Matyas scored a brace, flanker Hanco Germishuys delivered a... Read More
The Eagles try to extend three streaks Saturday when they face Canada at Papa Murphy’s Park in Sacramento, Calif. They’re also trying to move to 2-0 in the Americas Rugby Championship and defend a title.
Bonney Field, now Papa Murphy’s Park, was opened in 2014. Since then, the Eagles have played there three times, winning on all three occasions, beating Canada 38-35 in 2014, Japan 23-18 in 2015,... Read More
USA Rugby confirmed the long-rumored match against Scotland set for BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, Texas June 16th. It also confirmed the second half of the June tests would be held at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Denver June 9th, with the opponent to be named later.
Both stadiums have hosted USA Rugby tests before, with Dick's hosting the Eagles during the 2009 Churchill Cup. BBVA has hosted... Read More
Great win. In nearly 30 years of playing the Argentines, the Pumas and versions of either the Jaguars or XV, American teams were winless, until the Eagles took down the Argentina XV Saturday at StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. That’s a big deal to be celebrated.
It’s also notable it happened in the first match under new head coach Gary Gold, whose fingerprints were already in the win.
Two years... Read More
The defending Americas Rugby Championship titleists rallied to beat Argentina XV 17-10 Saturday at StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. in dramatic fashion. The win makes the Eagles 1-0 and delivers them their first-ever ARC victory over the Argentines. The first two years of the competition, they drew. The win also makes the team 1-0 under new head coach Gary Gold.
The Eagles made the game’s first... Read More
With Martin Iosefo lost to an injury suffered against Samoa, compounding the absence of Stephen Tomasin and Madison Hughes, the Eagles tied Kenya in the pool finale, 19-19. The result was a 1-1-1 Pool D record for the Eagles, pushing them into the bottom eight for day two.
Kenya raced out to a 19-0 advantage, and the Eagles stormed back to draw level, but ran out of time and steam to finish the... Read More