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Eagles, National Anthem at WRWC - Photo: Ian Muir

World Rugby Women’s Cup – Six matches resume in Dublin. On Sunday, August 13, the USA meet Spain, with the kick off at 9:45 a.m. ET. To view on television, match is on NBC Gold for $60.00. Some of the other five matches will not be geoblocked and streamed live at www.worldrugby.org. The highlights of the Eagles vs Spain match will be shown later in the day, or on Monday. Las Leones lost to England in the opening round.

Panel Reviewing USA Men’s Head Coach Selection – A three-person review committee consisting of former Eagles – Dave Hodges, Alex Magleby, and Chris Wyles – has been charged with presenting a short list to USA Rugby CEO Dan Payne.

French President Bids for 2023 RWC - Bernard Laporte, president of the French Rugby Federation (FFR), came to Miami, Florida, to present his nation’s bid in front of the North American Rugby Organization with the long-term goal to host the 2023 RWC.  The two other nations competing for the event are Ireland (currently, hosting the Women’s RWC) and South Africa. Paris is now the chosen city for the 2024 Olympics. In 2007, France organized a profitable RWC.

(Exclusive) Eagles Women’s Captain Spoke of First Match – Lara Vivolo, Assistant Women’s Coach at West Point, and Rugby Today columnist, generated these quotes from Tiff Faaee, USA captain.
"It was our first time playing with that team on the field, overall we were happy with our level of play.  I felt that our depth on the bench is very strong. Having players like Alev and Hope coming off the bench in the second half means there is no let down, the level of play improved in our 2nd half vs Italy. We need to get as many points against Spain as we can, and another bonus point...it's going to be a battle for that 4th place spot in the semifinals.”

Women’s 7s Nationals – This weekend, August 12 and 13, the Women’s Club 7s tournament will be played in Blaine, Minnesota. Sixteen-teams will compete for the title. All matches aired on The Rugby Channel.