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Atlanta 7s is an international rugby tournament and one of six stops on a global tour featuring 12 of the best women's sevens rugby teams from around the world. Fans will see non-stop action over two days from the fastest growing sport in the US. Watch Team USA take on the world! Get your tickets for this family friendly event today!


Tickets for the World Rugby Women's Sevens Series start at $12.

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Box Office:
3200 George Busbee Pkwy, Kennesaw, GA

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Date / Time (ET)EventLocationDetails
Thursday, March 12
TBD World Series 7s Coaching Workshop TBD Register
Friday, March 13
TBD World Series 7s Coaching Workshop TBD Register
7pm-9pm USA Rugby College Fair Cobb Ballroom, Marriott Atlanta Northwest Player Registration
College Registration
9:30am - 4pm USA Women's National Team Recruitment Festival Noonday Park, Kennesaw, GA Register
Saturday, March 14
8 AM-12 PM Girls High School Tournament, powered by Serevi LakePoint Sports Park More Info
8 AM-12 PM Women's College Tournament LakePoint Sports Park This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
8 AM-12 PM Women's Club Tournament LakePoint Sports Park This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
9:00 AM Stay in the Game Event Fifth Third Bank Stadium Warm-up Field Register
TBD World Series 7s Coaching Workshop TBD Register
12 PM-7:30 PM Atlanta 7s International Matches (full schedule) Fifth Third Bank Stadium Purchase Tickets
1:50 PM USA vs. RSA Fifth Third Bank Stadium Purchase Tickets
4:34 PM USA vs. RUS Fifth Third Bank Stadium Purchase Tickets
6:56 PM USA vs. NZR Fifth Third Bank Stadium Purchase Tickets
Sunday, March 15
12 PM-7:45 PM Atlanta 7s International Matches (full schedule) Fifth Third Bank Stadium Purchase Tickets

Where To Watch

The World Rugby Women's Sevens Series can be viewed live online worldwide - at

The Series is also available to view via television broadcast in certain territories around the world, in some of which live stream geo-blocking may occur. Details of regular broadcasters by country are below - check listings for confirmation of timings. Contents of the table below is subject to change. For precise details of broadcaster coverage please check local listings.


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Bui Baravilala

Birthday: 12 July 1991
Position: Full back
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 165
High School: Radford High School
Hometown: Honolulu, Hawaii
Twitter: @BooLalahh
Career highlights: Baravilala played basketball and volleyball at Radford High School and was selected to the AIG Women’s Junior All-Americans. While playing in Las Vegas in 2010, she caught the eye of Women's Eagle Sevens Head Coach Ric Suggitt. She began residency at the Olympic Training Center in 2012 and was named Player of the Tournament at the 2012 Amsterdam Sevens and Guangzhou Zengcheng Women’s Invitational in China. Baravilala returned to the OTC prior to Atlanta 7s in 2015.

Megan Bonny

Birthday: 6 March 1990
Position: Prop/Center
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 160
College: Washington State University
High School: La Salle High School
Hometown: Yakima, Washington
Twitter: @meganbonny
Career highlights: Bonny played soccer, basketball, and track at La Salle High and went on to win two USA Rugby National Championships (2010, 2013) at Washington State University. She was selected to the USA Rugby AIG Women’s Collegiate All-Americans in 2012 and 2013. Bonny was a member of the Women’s Eagles during the 2013 tests against France and the 2013 IRB Women’s Nations Cup in Greeley, Colorado. She was scouted by the Women’s Eagles Sevens staff at the 2013 NASC Sevens and earned a Residency contract at the Olympic Training Center.

Lauren Doyle

Birthday: 23 February 1991
Position: Center/Wing
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 155
College: Eastern Illinois University
High School: Meridian High School
Hometown: Boody, Illinois
Twitter: @ldoyle2009
Career highlights: Doyle grew up in Boody, Illinois, and played volleyball, basketball, soccer, and ran track at Meridian High School. She was recruited to play varsity rugby at Eastern Illinois University, where she played for four years and ran track for one semester during her junior year. Doyle started playing rugby sevens at Chicago North Shore the summer before her senior year. She is currently a Resident at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California.

Joanne Fa'avesi

Birthday: 5 February 1992
Position: Scrum half/Prop
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 160
High School: Luther Burbank High School
Hometown: Monterey, California
Career highlights: Fa'avesi is the youngest of seven children born to a family of rugby players. She played basketball growing up and focused on rugby at Luther Burbank High School, where the 2010 team won a championship. Upon graduation, Fa'avesi moved on to play with Sacramento Amazons for four years and was selected to a select/travel side in 2014. Fa'avesi was noticed by Women's Eagles Sevens Head Coach Ric Suggitt, who invited her to a development camp at the Olympic Training Center. She was subsequently selected to the opening round of the 2014-15 World Rugby Women's Sevens Series and was contracted following her return stateside.

Victoria Folayan

Birthday: 27 June 1985
Position: Wing
Height: 5'5"
Weight: 165
College: Stanford University
High School: Poinciana High School
Hometown: Kissimmee, Florida
Twitter: @vixfly
Career highlights: Folayan played basketball, cross country, football, and tennis and graduated fourth in her class at Poinciana High School before playing rugby at Stanford University in 2005, where she won two National Championships. She taught math and science for Oakland Unified School District and joined the Residency program at the Olympic Training Center in 2013.

Kelly Griffin


Birthday: 7 November 1986
Position: Prop/Hooker
Height: 5'4"
Weight: 145
College: UCLA
High School: Berkeley High School
Hometown: Berkeley, California
Twitter: @kgrif1
Career highlights: Griffin played basketball and soccer in high school. She started playing rugby her first year at UCLA and was selected to the USA Rugby U23 team in 2006 and 2007 and USA Rugby AIG Women’s Collegiate All-Americans in 2007 and 2008. Griffin won the 2011 Women's Club Sevens National Championship with Berkeley All-Blues and was named MVP. She won the 2011 Women's All-Star National Championship with Pacific Coast and the 2011 Women's Premier League Championship with Berkeley All-Blues, leading the league in tries scored. A Resident at the Olympic Training Center, Griffin won bronze with the Eagles at the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow, Russia.

Jessica Javelet

Birthday: 25 June 1985
Position: Fly half/Wing
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 135
College: University of Louisville
High School: Torrey Pines High School
Hometown: San Diego, California
Twitter: @jjavelet
Career highlights: Javelet played field hockey for University of Louisville and was a member of the National Field Hockey team from 2006 to 2009. She was a three-time All-American, three-time Academic All-American, and NCAA Woman of the Year finalist in 2007. Javelet played professional field hockey in Germany for six months and coached field hockey at St. Joseph’s University. Before joining the Women’s Eagles Sevens at the Olympic Training Center in 2013, she won two Women’s Football Alliance championships with the San Diego Surge and Chicago Force.

Kathryn Johnson

Birthday: 25 Octobter 1991
Position: Prop
Height: 5’10"
Weight: 150
College: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
High School: Hopkins High School
Hometown: Hopkins, Minnesota
Career highlights: Johnson is a former AIG Women's Junior and Collegiate All-American and also plays center and flanker for the Women's Eagles.

Alev Kelter

Birthday: 20 March 1991
Position: Scrum half
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 160
College: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Hometown: Eagle River, Alaska
Twitter: @kelteralev
Career highlights: Kelter was a dual-sport athlete at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, playing hockey and soccer. She won gold as captain of the U.S. U18 women's hockey team at the 2009 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship and was named Daily News Girls Athlete of the Year in 2008. Kelter joined fellow Chugiak Alumna Lorrie Clifford at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista in 2014.

Hannah Lopez

Birthday: 31 March 1992
Position: Scrum half/Hooker
Height: 5'5"
Weight: 126
High School: Bend High School
Hometown: Carlsbad, CA
Twitter: @h_slopez

Kristen Thomas

Birthday: 1 July 1993
Position: Center
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 150
College: University of Central Florida
High School: John W. Hallahan Girls High School
Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Career Highlights: Thomas ran track and played basketball in high school in Philadelphia and was All-Catholic in hurdles, high jump, and long jump. She began playing rugby her freshman year at University of Central Florida. Thomas was selected to the AIG Women's Collegiate All-Americans for two separate tours in 2013 and 2014 to France and Canada, respectively. She made her World Rugby Women's Sevens Series debut at São Paulo Sevens in February 2015.

Kate Zackary

Birthday: 26 July 1989
Position: Prop
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 176
College: Benedictine College
High School: Salina South High School
Hometown: Salinas, Kansas
Twitter: @katezack28
Career highlights: Zackary was a star soccer player at Benedictine College before graduating and coaching a local youth program. She currently owns a gym in Kansas. Zackary's number-one fan is her Finland Spitz, Phinn.


  • McCoy, Eagles focused on goals


    The Women's Eagles Sevens' coaching change occurred in the middle of a high performance camp at the Olympic Training Center last month, but the goals of the athletes in attendance remained the same: exemplify the attributes of an Olympic medalist.
  • Dates set for 2016 Atlanta 7s – April 8 & 9 at Fifth Third Bank Stadium


    Atlanta 7s - the U.S. leg of the 2015-2016 HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series - returns to the Peach State for the third consecutive year. The tournament is scheduled for Friday, April 8, and Saturday, April 9, 2016 at Fifth Third Bank Stadium at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Ga.
  • USA Rugby hires former Eagle Jules McCoy to lead the Women's Eagles Sevens into 2016 Olympic Games


    USA Rugby announced Wednesday former Eagle Jules McCoy will lead the Women’s Eagles Sevens into the Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games.
  • USA Rugby to Hire New Women's Sevens Head Coach


    USA Rugby confirms today that it will not be extending the contract of Women’s National Sevens Head Coach Ric Suggitt beyond its expiration in December 2015. Ric has been the Head Coach of the Women’s National Sevens team since January 2010.
  • SKINS Joins USA Rugby as an Official Supplier of Compression Product


    Sports compression wear leader SKINS has partnered with USA Rugby, the national governing body for the sport of rugby in America, as an official supplier of compression product. Through this partnership, SKINS will provide USA Rugby men’s and women’s national teams with compression garments for training, travel and recovery.
  • Second NASC wraps in Greeley


    Creating an elite environment for players to grow and compete at the international level continued last week for the Women’s Eagles at the second National All-Start Competition (NASC).


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Women's 7s TV

High School, College & Club Rugby Festival

Date & Location

Saturday, March 14
LakePoint Sporting Community and Town Center
755 GA-293
Emerson, GA 30137

Tournament Brackets

Club 15sClub 7sCollegeHigh School
Cincinnati KeltsBerkeleyDavenport BlackAtlantis Blue
Florida SelectsideLady ToesAICTribe Rugby Gold
HarleBluesARPTC*StarsCal BlueRichie's Angels
Kennesaw MotleyKennesaw
South All-StarsTribe Rugby Black
Cal GoldAtlantis Black
Davenport RedYounger Toes

Tournament Schedule

Field 1Field 2Field 3
  Tribe Black 0-25 Atlantis Black
  Kennesaw 0-20 Younger Toes
  Atlantis Blue 40-0 Tribe Gold
Cal Gold 41-0 USC Glendale 7-22 Richie's Angels
Davenport Black 12-10 AICKelts 10-0 FloridaYounger Toes 0-38 Atlantis Black
Cal Blue 27-5 SouthHarleblues 0-5 CharlotteKennesaw 0-40 Tribe Black
Kennesaw Motley 7-7 Davenport Red Atlantis Blue 44-0 Glendale
Berkeley 22-7 Lady ToesAIC 29-0 USCTribe Gold 7-36 Richie's Angels
1823 0-26 ARPTC powered by StarsDavenport Black 10-17 Cal GoldYounger Toes 0-17 Tribe Black
South 10-17 Davenport Red Kennesaw 0-45 Atlantis Black
Cal Blue 17-0 Kennesaw MotleyCharlotte 14-10 Kelts 
Davenport Black 33-5 USCBerkeley 14-0 1823Harleblues 17-29 Florida
AIC 24-10 Cal GoldLady Toes 0-52 ARPTC powered by StarsAtlantis Blue 17-0 Richie's Angels
Cal Blue 5-14 Davenport Red Tribe Gold 10-10 Glendale
South 15-7 Kennesaw MotleyFlorida 7-45 Charlotte 
Lady Toes 5-31 1823Lady Toes 0-52 ARPTC powered by StarsKelts 3-5 Harleblues
  College Final - Davenport Red 19-24 AIC
  Club 7s Final - ARPTC powered by Stars 31-7 1823
HS Final in Stadium - Atlantis Blue v Atlantis Black 

Atlanta 7s Day One Standings

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Pool A
TeamWinsDrawLossPoint DifferentialPoints
Canada 3 0 0 83 9
Australia 2 0 1 43 7
Women's Eagles Sevens 1 0 2 -7 5
China 0 0 3 -119 3
Pool B
TeamWinsDrawLossPoint DifferentialPoints
New Zealand 3 0 0 59 9
England 2 0 1 30 7
Ireland 1 0 2 -59 5
Netherlands 0 0 3 -30 3
Pool C
TeamWinsDrawLossPoint DifferentialPoints
Russia 3 0 0 71 9
Japan 2 0 1 -10 7
Spain 1 0 2 4 5
Brazil 0 0 3 -65 3
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