(Martin Seras Lima photo) The USA Men's Eagle Sevens team lost two tight matches to open the London Sevens. A 17-31 loss to Samoa, followed by a 5-15 loss to England makes the clash with France to end the day a must win for the USA.
The USA Men’s Eagle Sevens team went winless on day one of the London Sevens, dropping three tight games to Samoa 17-31, England 5-15, and France 15-19. The USA is now set for the Bowl Quarterfinals where they will take on Wales at 2:52 a.m. EDT.
(Martin Seras Lima photo) The Eagles exorcised their demons against Portugal and came from behind in the last minute of the game to win 17-14 over a very good Portugese team in the Shield Semifinal. They play again at 9:42 a.m. MDT. Watch live on UniversalSports.com!
The USA was bested by Kenya 22-17 in the Shield Final on day two of the Emirates Airline Glasgow Sevens on Sunday (May 6 2012). A good win against Portugal in the Shield Semifinals and a loss to Russia in the Bowl Quarterfinals placed the Eagles in the Shield Final.
The USA Men’s Eagle Sevens team went 1-2 on the first day of the Emirates Airline Glasgow Sevens and will play Russia in the Bowl Quarterfinals to start the second day of action tomorrow (Sunday May 6). That game kicks off at 3:30 a.m. MDT/5:30 a.m.
(Martin Seras Lima photo) The 12 Men’s Eagle Sevens players that will battle for Series points in the final two tournaments in the 2011-2012 HSBC Sevens World Series has been named and will depart for the U.K. today (Monday April 30). The Eagles will play in the Emirates Airline Glasgow Sevens on May 5.
(Martin Seras Lima photo) The Eagle Sevens are presently in camp at the OTC preparing for the final two stops and will depart for the U.K. on Monday April 30. After climbing to #10 in the world at the Tokyo Sevens, the team will look to continue to build momentum into the home stretch of the Series.
Seven was the magical number for the Eagles this weekend in the Tokyo Sevens. It was the seventh stop on the HSBC Sevens World Series and the USA Men's Eagle Sevens team claimed seven crucial Series points. That means the USA leapfrogs Scotland, Canada, and Kenya (only just) to sit at no. 10 in the world.