United States Women's National Rugby Union Team (sevens)
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United States Women's National Rugby Union Team Sevens
United States
UnionUSA Rugby
Eagles
Richie Walker
Kelly Griffin
World Cup Sevens
Appearances2 (First in 2009)
Best result3rd place (2009, 2013)

The United States women's national rugby sevens team was announced by the International Rugby Board as one of the six "core teams" to compete in all four rounds of the inaugural IRB Women's Sevens World Series in 2012-13.[1]

The team resulted second at the 2015 USA Women's Sevens, after defeating Australia in quarter-finals and Russia in semifinals.

Tournament history

US vs France at the 2016 Summer Olympics

Summer Olympics

Olympic Games record
Year Round Position Pld W L D
Brazil 2016 Quarterfinals 5th 6 2 1 2
Total 0 Titles 1/1 6 3 2 1

Rugby World Cup Sevens

Rugby World Cup Sevens
Year Round Position Pld W L D
United Arab Emirates 2009 Semifinalists 3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 3 2 0
Russia 2013 Semifinalists 3rd, bronze medalist(s) 6 5 1 0
United States 2018 Hosts
Total 0 Titles 2/2 11 8 3 0

Sevens Series

2015-2016

Round Position Venue Date
1 11th Dubai, United Arab Emirates December 4, 2015
2 4th São Paulo, Brazil February 21, 2016
3 TBD Atlanta, USA April 8-9
4 TBD Langford, Canada April 16-17
5 TBD Clermont-Ferrand, France May 28-29

Sevens World Cup

2013

Under head coach, Ric Suggit, the Eagles placed third at the 2013 Women's Sevens World Cup in Russia. The Eagles played defeated Spain, in their final match, 10-5 with tries coming from Emilie Bydwell and Vanesha McGee.[2]

2009

Pool B

Team Pld W D L PF PA +/- Pts
 England 3 3 0 0 93 0 +93 9
 United States 3 2 0 1 50 17 +33 7
 Russia 3 1 0 2 31 51 -20 5
 Japan 3 0 0 3 10 116 -106 3

Cup

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
 
 
 
 France0
 
 
 
 United States19
 
 United States12
 
 
 
 New Zealand14
 
 New Zealand33
 
 
 
 Canada12
 
 New Zealand10
 
 
 
 Australia15
 
 Spain7
 
 
 
 South Africa15
 
 South Africa10
 
 
 
 Australia17
 
 England10
 
 
 Australia17
 

Team

Current Squad

The following is the United States roster in the women's rugby sevens tournament of the 2016 Summer Olympics.[3]

Head coach: Richie Walker

Current Player Pool (2016)

PLAYER NAME POSITION HOMETOWN CLUB
Abby Gustaitis Prop White Hall, MD Northern Virgnia W.R.C.
Abby Vestal Prop Lawrence, KS American Rugby Pro Training Center
Akalaini (Bui) Baravilala Fly half Honolulu, HI Aliamanu All Blues (USA)
Alev Kelter Scrum half Eagle River, AK Women's Eagles Sevens
Amelia (Meya) Bizer Full-Back The Woodlands, TX Penn State W.R.F.C. (USA)
Amy Naber Center Tucson, AZ University of Arizona Women's Rugby (USA)
Ashley Perry Prop Nashville, TN American Rugby Pro Training Center
Bria Bohanon Scrum half Ponchatoula, LA American Rugby Pro Training Center
Carmen Farmer Prop Richmond, VA Severn River R.F.C. (USA)
Cheta Emba Prop / Hooker Glen Allen, VA Harvard Radcliffe Rugby Football Club
Christy Ringgenberg Full-Back Madison, WI Minnesota Valkyries R.C. (USA)
Dana Meschisi Scrum half Boynton Beach, FL Florida State Seminoles W.R.C. (USA)
Emily Azevedo Wing Chico, CA Berkeley All Blues
Hannah Lopez Flyhalf / Hooker Carlsbad, CA San Diego Surfers W.R.C. (USA)
Irene Gardner Half-Back San Francisco, CA Berkeley All Blues W.R.C. (USA)
Jane Paar Center Wauwatosa, WI Women's Eagles Sevens
Jessica Javelet Wing San Diego, CA Women's Eagles Sevens
Jillion Potter 7s: Prop // XV: No. 8 Austin, TX Glendale Raptors R.F.C. (USA)
Joanne Fa'avesi Prop Monterey, CA Sacramento Amazons
Kate Zackary Prop Salinas, KS
Kelly Griffin Prop Berkeley, CA Berkeley All Blues W.R.C. (USA)
Kristen Thomas Wing Philadelphia, PA Women's Eagles Sevens
Lauren Doyle Wing Boody, IL North Shore Chicago W.R.C. (USA)
Megan Bonny Prop Yakima, WA Washington State University W.R.C. (USA)
Naya Tapper Wing Beaufort, SC UNC-Chapel Hill Women's Rugby Club
Nia Williams Wing Naperville, IL Life West Chiropractic
Nicole Heavirland Whitefish, MT
Rachel Griendling Fly half Fairfax, VA American Rugby Pro Training Center (AR)
Richelle Stephens Fly half Fallbrook, CA
Tess Feury Full back Denville, NJ New Jersey Blaze
Victoria (Vix) Folayan Wing Boston, MA Berkeley All Blues W.R.C. (USA)

References

  1. ^ "IRB announces Women's Sevens World Series" (Press release). International Rugby Board. October 4, 2012. Archived from the original on October 19, 2014. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ "Eagles claim third place victory with thrilling sudden death try". USA Rugby. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "USA 7s - Olympic Games Women's Sevens". World Rugby. Retrieved 2016.

External links


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