Men's National Teams
Men's Sevens Headlines
05/12Fiji held on to defeat the Men’s Eagles Sevens team 14-5 in the Plate Final at the London Sevens.
LONDON, England – The Men’s Eagles Sevens team proved that yesterday’s historic victory over South Africa wasn’t a one-off. The Eagles scored four tries to defeat the three-time Series Plate winners 22-5 in the Plate Semifinals at Twickenham.
The Men’s Eagles Sevens team made history today in their final pool match at Twickenham with a remarkable 19-12 victory over South Africa.
LONDON, England – The Men’s Eagles Sevens lost 19-15 in the final moments of the match against Australia at Twickenham Stadium.
LONDON, England – The Men’s Eagles Sevens started their London Sevens campaign with a 19-17 victory over France at Twickenham Stadium.
Head Coach, Men’s Sevens
Residence: La Jolla, CA/Hanover, NH
College: Dartmouth College
Head Coach of USA Rugby Men’s 7s since: March 2012
Previous USA Rugby coaching positions: Head Coach, Men’s Collegiate All-Americans; 2009-2012; Head Coach, Men’s Collegiate All-American Sevens, 2011
Total years of coaching experience: 11+
Other coaching positions: Head Coach, Dartmouth College, 2001-2012
Coaching career highlights, records, honors, certifications, etc.: Magleby led his alma mater, Dartmouth College, to back-to-back Collegiate Rugby Championships in 2011 and 2012, as well as a five-year Ivy League undefeated run, winning eight Ivy Championships in 11 years. In 2011, he coached the All-Americans to a 2-1 record over the New Zealand Universities in a three-match series.
Personal: Magleby played on the US national sevens team from 2000-2005, serving as captain of the Eagles’ 2005 Rugby World Cup team.