GRR: USA Women 7s
GLENDALE, Colo.—Applications are now being accepted for Head Coach of the USA Women’s 7s National Team, based in Chula Vista, Calif.
Following an extensive 360 review with feedback from players, staff and key stakeholders, USA Rugby has identified the best path forward to build on the strong work of former Head Coach Chris Brown and his staff.
EDMONTON, Alb.—Alena Olsen replaces Nia Toliver as the USA Women’s Sevens compete in Fast Four Edmonton, a four-team invitational held alongside the men’s HSBC Canada Sevens.
The competition runs Saturday, September 24 to Sunday, September 25 at Commonwealth Stadium.
The USA Women's 7s outing in Vancouver was small, but a baby step toward the next chapter.
The Eagles beat Canada twice, by the same 22-12 score in fact, and slammed Mexico (who, unfortunately weren't able to score a point all weekend), but could not get past Great Britain, losing 41-12 in Pool Play and 34-12 in the final.
GLENDALE, Colo. (Premier 7s / USA Rugby Press Release) – USA Rugby today announced an official sanctioning agreement with Premier Rugby Sevens (PR7s) as the highest level of domestic seven-a-side rugby.
TOKYO (USA Rugby Release)—Following the conclusion of rugby competition at the Tokyo Olympics, Chris Brown has decided to leave his position as Head Coach of the USA Women’s 7s National Team to pursue new professional opportunities.