A trio of South 7s qualifiers culminated in trophies for Miami, the Atlanta Old White, and Charlotte on Saturday. With the Todd Miller 7s in Clermont, Fla., the Vulcan 7s in Birmingham, Ala., and the Queen City 7s in Charlotte, N.C., the South is almost halfway through its schedule before the conference championships on July 23rd.
In the second of Florida’s three qualifiers, Miami won the Todd... Read More
Old Blue claimed the first of four legs of the Northeast Sevens Championship Series with a cup victory in the Monmouth 7s tournament. The New York side outlasted Mystic River in the final 29-19 to take the top spot.
Both finalists reached USA Rugby nationals in Des Moines last year, and despite missing some key figures from last year, each are looking strong. Mystic River is without several... Read More
On Saturday at the Miramar Regional Park in Miami, Fla., Miami RFC were the run away winners of the Fiji 7s, the first qualifier in the Florida Rugby Union of the South Conference. Miami dominated the field scoring 171 points in four games and only giving up two tries all day. In the cup final, Miami earned the cup with a 57-5 win over Naples.
“We’ve been pretty dominant so far,” Miami 7s coach... Read More
After winning the top spot in the Pacific South Series last year, Belmont Shore got off a to a great start in the 2016 campaign. Belmont capped off a strong opening performance at the OMBAC 7s with a 28-7 victory over Glendale.
The Pacific South will feature four tournaments with the aggregate winner and 2nd place finisher receiving an automatic qualifier berth to club 7s nationals in August.
In... Read More
In the second year of the NOLA 7s, New Orleans Rugby Football Club dominated a ten team field to win the summer’s first True South 7s Qualifier. With only two clubs entering the men’s premier competition, the qualifier and open brackets were combined. The tournament was managed by Rugby Common and was held at Gretna Park outside of New Orleans, La. In the final, New Orleans crushed Memphis, 57-7... Read More
The Sevens Summer Season in the Pacific North was kicked off on Saturday with the Modesto 7s in Manteca, Calif. As the first men’s qualifier in Northern California, eight teams vied for the tournament points to advance to the Pacific North ACR1 Championships in San Francisco on July 30th. Continuing its success during the 15s season, Santa Rosa claimed the tournament trophy beating Life West, 15-... Read More
For the first time in three years, there will be a new champion for the America’s Cup, formerly the Men’s Elite Division, of the 2016 Las Vegas Invitational this weekend. The three-time champs, the Serevi Selects (now Atavus) did not enter a side in this year’s competition. This means the field is wide open with 20 national and international teams from North America, South America, Asia, the... Read More
Eight high performance 7s sides (rosters listed below) will compete for a $10,000 purse this weekend at Halloween 7s in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. The impressive field includes two USA Rugby teams, the Hawks and Falcons, Canada's Maple Leafs and an Argentine squad. Rounding out the competition are city- and regionally-based all-star squads from Denver, Ohio, Utah and New York.
The Hawks look a lot like... Read More
Embattled Eagle Todd Clever and NFL veteran Victor So’oto will draw a lot of attention at Elite City 7s this weekend in suburban Philadelphia. So’oto is making his rugby debut with the Utah Olympic Development Academy, and Clever has confirmed he'll suit up, presumably with San Diego.
For Clever, who was removed from the captaincy in the spring and released from the 15s team during the Pacific... Read More
With a deep pool of 25 servicemen and a playing style that everyone has bought into, the All Army 7s had it’s most successful in 2015 with a 7th place finish at the USA Rugby Club 7s Nationals and beating Air Force to capture it’s third straight Armed Forces Championship (AFC) at the Serevi Rugbytown 7s (SR7s) earlier this month. Since it’s inception in 2012 in response to rugby becoming an... Read More