USA Rugby presents "Eagles Chicago" at the Drake Hotel on Thursday, November 1 to Kickoff Your Rugby Weekend
USA Rugby is proud to present Eagles Chicago at the iconic Drake Hotel on November 1, 2018 from 6:00 - 9:00 pm. Join the USA Rugby Eagles Men and Women, global guests and rugby leaders for an evening cocktail reception. Eagles Chicago will be co-hosted by past Eagles Dallen Stanfordand ... Read More
The Chris Brown era began with a bang over the weekend, as his Eagles won silver in the season opener in Glendale, Colo. The feat sets the team up with an unexpectedly good start to Olympic qualification.
It comes as a surprise because it was the team’s first-ever tournament under the rookie head coach. Brown took over for the jettisoned Richie Walker this summer, and while he has a track record... Read More
The first HSBC Women’s 7s Dream Team of the 2018/2019 season saw New Zealand filling three spots, the USA placing two, and one player each from Russia and France.
The Black Ferns listed Michaela Blyde, Sarah Goss, and Kelly Brazier, and, could just as easily have added the talented Portia Woodman, who scored a hat trick in the final against the USA.
The Eagles selected were Alev Kelter (who has... Read More
Reigning World Rugby 7s Player of the Year Perry Baker is a finalist for the same accolade this year, World Rugby announced Monday. The annual award ceremony takes place Nov. 25 at Salle des Etoiles in Monte Carlo.
Joining Baker as nominees are Fiji's Jerry Tuwai and Australia's Ben O'Donnell. Last year, Baker had a pretty big stat to back up his nomination, having led the world in tries. This... Read More
The two key takeaway numbers from the HSBC Women’s Sevens held in Infinity Park, Glendale, Colorado, were 18 and 33. The 18 represents the silver medal points for the USA Eagles who finished second in the event. The 33 stands for the fantastic wins in a row for the Black Ferns from New Zealand.
The USA Women went 3-3 in the tournament, barely advancing with a 1-2 pool record into the quarter... Read More
USA’s remarkable run to the HSBC USA 7s tournament title was stopped short as New Zealand stretched its unbeaten streak to 33 games with a 33-7 victory in the cup final at Infinity Park in Glendale. The Black Ferns’ Portia Woodman scored a hat trick in the test and their support play was unmatched all tournament long.
“[We] were playing against the best team by a long way,” USA head coach Chris... Read More
The dramatic Sunday at the HSBC USA 7s continued for the Eagles as they came from behind on the last play to beat France, 21-19, in the cup semifinals. The victory sets up a pool play rematch against New Zealand in the cup final at 5:30 m MT.
France scored as the hooter sounded giving the USA one last attempt to claim victory. All of Team USA worked together across the field that ended in the... Read More
With only four weeks left in the fall season, squads from all over the country are making their moves for postseason glory.
In D1A, the Big Ten has had the most parity in the league. Undefeated Ohio State took over first place with a 22-17 win over Wisconsin. Indiana rebounded from its loss to the Badgers last week to beat Illinois and Michigan State cut down Michigan, 25-15, in the Battle for... Read More
Avenging its loss in the bronze medal match at the Rugby World Cup in San Francisco, the USA used immense defensive pressure and a hat trick by Ilona Maher to beat top-seeded Australia, 26-5, in the cup quarterfinals at the HSBC USA 7s in Glendale, Colo. The Eagles barely made it to the cup rounds and proved they belong with a physical outburst against Australia. The USA will face France in the... Read More
Needing a victory or to keep it close in its final match of day one of the HSBC USA Women’s 7s in Glendale, Colo., the USA lost to New Zealand 35-12. After the match, the magic number was 47 for the USA. For the Eagles to advance to the cup quarterfinals, Spain couldn’t beat Mexico by 47 points. At halftime, Spain led 24-0 and won 46-0. That means the USA advances to the cup quarterfinals by one... Read More