Women's Eagles Sevens Head Coach Jules McCoy has invited 15 athletes to the Olympic Training Center in southern California to join the program's residents for her first high performance camp, running Monday, Oct. 19, through Friday, Oct. 23.
Last weekend, Atlanta won the most important game of its Women’s Premier League season thus far. The 26-10 victory over New York was recompense for the loss Atlanta suffered in the teams’ first meeting, but it also kept the Harlequins in the race for second place in the Red Conference and berth to the semifinals.
With two-thirds of the Women’s Premier League season gone, the competition is only getting tighter. In the Blue Conference, two standings points separate the first- and third-place teams. Twin Cities has clinched the Red Conference, but the battle for second will come down to the final round.
Looking ahead to a busy 2016 calendar year for the women's national teams – from the senior Eagles sides to the three levels of age-grade All-Americans – there will be two National Tracking Camps held Sunday, Oct. 18, for athletes 18 years of age and older.