Three Americans played for the Saracens in the first ever Premiership match held on United States soil. Chris Wyles and Hayden Smith started and played the full eighty minutes while youngster Titi Lamositele came on for the second half. All three represent the past, present and future of the American international side.
Chris Wyles and Hayden Smith have both retired from international competition... Read More
Japan downed the USA 28-18 Sunday in Gloucester, England to round out both teams' World Cup campaigns. The Cherry Blossoms trailed for just two minutes in the contest, and the Eagles were within a score of the Japanese on multiple occasions.
The Americans kicked off to start the game, and a Japanese knock-on gave the Eagles an attacking scrum right away. They secured possession, but a forward... Read More
50 second-half points saw the Springboks beat the United States 64-0 Wednesday at Olympic Park in London. The USA kept the game competitive the first 40 minutes, conceding just two scores to the heavily favored Springboks, but the floodgates opened after intermission.
The USA’s best chances to get on the board were missed penalty kicks by Folau Niua in the third minute and Niku Kruger in the 15th... Read More
The USA Eagles squeaked out a 15-13 victory over North American rival Canada in the final match of the Pacific Nations Cup.
AJ MacGinty was the hero for the Eagles, kicking the winning drop goal in the final minute following a Canadian try with just 10 minutes to play. He had all of the USA points in this one, including four penalty goals in the first half. Both teams were seeing yellow... Read More
Even though the United States hasn't played since November and won't lace up for a full rankings test until July, the Eagles have swapped spots with Romania, moving up to 16th in the world. They owe a thanks to rival Russia for the climb, as the Russians' 16-13 win over Romania on the weekend spurred the move.
Romania, Russia, Georgia, Germany, Portugal and Spain compete in the top division of... Read More
The United States scored eight tries en route to a convincing 52-12 defeat of Japan in the home team’s tournament opener Friday at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.
“Ideal start. We wanted to come out and get a good point differential, because you never know what can happen in pool play as we saw last weekend. We wanted to be ruthless,” said Zack Test, who scored the first try of the game and set up... Read More
The matchups and schedule for the Youth Olympics are official. Team USA will begin their quest for a Gold Medal during pool play from August 17th-August 19th. During the evening of August 19th playoff rounds begin, with the Medal Matches being held on Sunday.
Below are the pool-play schedules for both the Boys and Girls USA 7s Teams.