With the Women's Rugby Super Series taking place in two weeks’ time, Women’s Eagles Head Coach Pete Steinberg announced the players chosen to face off against Canada, England, and New Zealand in Alberta, Canada.
Carmen Farmer and Richelle Stephens will make their Women’s Eagles Sevens debuts at the 2015 NACRA Sevens Championships as Ric Suggitt’s team fights for Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games qualification June 13-14.
The biggest assembly in USA Rugby history is underway for the Women’s Eagles. As part of the newly- designed pathway, the Eagles, AIG Women’s Junior and Collegiate All-Americans, and Girls High School All-Americans powered by Sereviall representative teams are scouting players are scouting players during the first National All-Star Competition.
An HSBC Sevens World Series Cup Final victory and a sixth-place finish on the season were deemed unrealistic achievements for the Men’s Eagles Sevens prior to the opening round in Australia last October.
The National Semi-finals for Club 15s Rugby were played last weekend with winners moving on to the National Championship. The Club 15s Finals will be played Saturday, June 13 at Infinity Park in Glendale, CO.
Women’s Eagles Sevens Head Coach Ric Suggitt has called 12 athletes outside of the Residency program to the Olympic Training Center for the pre-NACRA Sevens Camp June 1-6, including Jillion Potter and several Girls High School All-Americans powered by Serevi.
Chris Wyles will join Residency athletes and additional Men’s Eagles Sevens pool players at the June High Performance Camp at the Olympic Training Center, from which a squad of 12 will be selected for the 2015 NACRA Sevens Championships.