AIG WJAAs named for South Africa clash

AIG WJAAs named for South Africa clash

LONG EATON, England -- The USA Rugby AIG Women’s Junior All-Americans have named five changes for their U20 Nations Cup game against South Africa Sunday, July 14, at 9:00 A.M. ET. Looking to bounce back from the loss to Canada, the WJAAs have handed debuts to scum half Miranda Previte and winger Stephanie Browne.

“We’ve trained well for the last couple of days, analyzed where we needed to improve and we’re confident of a good performance,” said Head Coach Danielle Miller. “We have a strong squad and have picked a team that we believe has the best chance to beat South Africa.”

South Africa beat England in their opening match so a bonus point win would put the WJAAs firmly back in contention for a finals spot. Follow @aarugby on Twitter for updates from Trent College.

USA Rugby AIG Women's Junior All-Americans | vs. South Africa
1. Dorothy Mittow (Princeton)
2. Danielle Ciocco (Penn State University)
3. Hope Rogers (Penn State University)
4. Chidinma (Chi Chi) Chukwueke (Georgia Tech)
5. Megan Pinson (Fallbrook High School)
6. Kelsey Harris (Penn State University)
7. Elizabeth Cairns (Penn State University)
8. Jordan Gray (BYU)
9. Miranda Previte (Rutgers University)
10. Anne Peterson (Washington State University)
11. Stephanie Browne (University of Florida)
12. Brianna Troyer (Penn State University)
13. Meya Bizer (Penn State University)
14. Stacey Wong (University of California Berkley)
15. Margaret Myles (West Carroll High School)

USA Rugby AIG Women's Junior All-Americans | Reserves
16. LauraBen Moore (Brandeis University)
17. Maxine Fonua (Stanford)
18. Markliann Hoyne (Texas A&M)
19. Hannah Price (Clemson, University)
20. Amee Svatos (Pandas Varsity, B.C.)
21. Cassidy Meyers (Kent High School)
22. Gabriella Cantorna (State College High School)
23. Natalie Kosko (Quinnipiac University)

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