Men's Eagles Headlines

  • Domestic players reap benefits of Taranaki Rugby partnership


    As part of the recent partnership between USA Rugby and Taranaki Rugby, four American athletes spent eight weeks immersed in the New Zealand Union's ITM Cup – or National Provincial Championship – program.
  • USA Rugby Seeks Applicants for Men’s Eagles National Team Head Coach


    USA Rugby is seeking applicants for the position of Men’s Eagles Senior National Team Head Coach. Following the expiration of former Head Coach Mike Tolkin’s contract, a comprehensive review of the Eagles program and 2015 Rugby World Cup performance has led to the national governing body of rugby in the United States to open the application process on a global level.
  • Win eludes USA at Rugby World Cup 2015


    Taku Ngwenya and captain Chris Wyles capped the Men's Eagles' Rugby World Cup 2015 campaign with tries at Kingsholm Stadium Sunday, but Japan came away with the 28-18 victory.
  • Eagles eye first RWC 2015 win


    The USA Men's Eagles finish their seventh Rugby World Cup Sunday, Oct. 11, against Japan at Kingsholm Stadium.
  • South Africa keeps U.S. scoreless at Rugby World Cup 2015


    The Men's Eagles held South Africa to just two tries over the course of 40 minutes at Rugby World Cup 2015 Wednesday, but the Springboks' class and commitment to topping Pool B shone through for a 64-0 victory at The Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
  • Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool B hopes on the line for U.S. against South Africa


    Men's Eagles scrum half Niku Kruger will make his Rugby World Cup debut Wednesday, Oct. 7, against South Africa in the USA's penultimate Pool B match of Rugby World Cup 2015 at The Stadium in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.