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2018/19 World Rugby HSBC Womens 7s World Series Preview

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New York, NY – It is once again time for the kick-off of the World Rugby HSBC Sevens World Series. This season begins with the Glendale USA 7s. We will preview each of the teams before the season starts along with a preview of each stop on the tour. The teams are sorted alphabetically. Going […]

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USA Rugby Women’s Eagles Sevens: HSBC USA Sevens 2018 Preview

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Courtesy of Aalina Tabani, Communications Manager, High Performance LAFAYETTE, CO – Last time they were on home soil at AT&T Park, the Women’s Eagles Sevens left everything on the pitch to finish fourth at Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018. After suffering two late injuries just days before competition began, the team banded […]

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Women’s Falcons set roster for Hokkaido Governor’s Cup

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Women’s Falcons set roster for Hokkaido Governor’s Cup Developmental women’s sevens team to play two-day tournament in Japan CHULA VISTA, CA. – 12 Women’s Falcons have been selected to participate in the developmental Hokkaido Governor’s Cup tournament taking place in Japan Sept 22-24 (based on Eastern time). The competition — which includes 12 sevens teams […]

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BREAKING: Richie Walker Resigns as USA Rugby Women’s 7s Head Coach

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CHULA VISTA, CA – USA Rugby and Richie Walker today announced Walker’s resignation as Head Coach of the Women’s Eagle Sevens. Walker moves on from the position after holding it since 2016. Men’s Sevens Assistant Coach, Chris Brown, will step in as interim Head Coach effective immediately. USA Rugby General Manager of Women’s High Performance, […]

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USA Rugby Appoints Emilie Bydwell as General Manager to Women’s National Teams

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Former USA Eagle looks to lead and build upon Women’s High-Performance program in both 15s and 7s rugby. LAFAYETTE, CO – With the Women’s Eagles coming out of a historical Women’s Rugby World Cup campaign, American rugby is truly exhibiting its progression on the national stage. In an effort to expand such […]

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