CHULA VISTA, Calif. – USA Rugby is proud to announce the details for the 2013 Men's and Women's Eagles Residency Program.
"These are exciting times for USA Rugby because of our partnership with the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). The high performance facilities and experience they bring in supporting athletes for the Olympics is invaluable," said USA Rugby CEO Nigel Melville.
CHULA VISTA, Calif. – The USA Rugby Men's Eagles Sevens program announced today that it will launch a new initiative designed to identify, develop and monitor potential Eagles throughout the year. The program will create independent regional academies that will work closely with USA Rugby National Team staff.
PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa – The USA Men’s National team added ten HSBC Sevens World Series points to their tally at the Nelson Mandela Bay 7s this weekend, more than doubling their season total going into the tournament.
PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa – The Eagles were helped into the Cup Quarterfinals at the Nelson Mandela Bay Sevens, but the USA will take it anyway they can get it after a dramatic day one of the tournament.
PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa -- The USA Men’s Sevens team knows they have every chance to make the cup quarterfinals and beyond in South Africa. While the squad and its identity are a work in progress, the stage has been set for a good run by the Eagles in Port Elizabeth.
DUBAI – A win and a painful loss is how the second day of the Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens ended for the USA Men’s National team. There was marked improvement on day two, however, as the Eagles took care of Spain and nearly upset South Africa in the Bowl Semifinals of the Dubai tournament.
DUBAI – The USA Men’s Eagles couldn’t quite string together a win on day one of the Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens, the second of nine stops on the HSBC Sevens World Series. Australia, France, and Canada got the better of the USA and now the Eagles will be targeting the bowl competition on day two.
DUBAI, UAE, 26 NOVEMBER, 2012: The USA sevens team, the Eagles, are busy preparing for the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens this weekend, but they took time out of their training schedule today to meet the national symbol of the UAE, the falcon.