GRR: USA Women 7s
An unflinching pillar of marble in the fluid, weaving game of 7s, Alison Price won games took names and smashed opponents throughout the early 2000s.
Price was the central forward in the Northeast 7s All-Star team that won the National 7s All-Star Championships in 2005, 2006, and 2007. She was a massive part of the Kansas City Jazz, Atlantis, New York, and then the USA.
Pam Kosanke was a standout for the USA in 15s and 7s, playing 11 times for the Eagle 15s over the course of eight years.
One of the most dangerous attacking wings in women's rugby, Laura Cabrera was more than just that.
An ornery, unflinching rugby player she played with the attitude of a blindside flanker, just with startling pace and a finishing flair. Cabrera was a standout for the USA, but also made her mark domestically. She was a massive part of the Berkeley All-Blues' dominance in the 1990s-
Vanesha McGee was an All American at Temple University and quickly through the USA U23s and onto the national team.
At Temple she led the Owls to a national DII championship, and her leadership and confidence was evident as she was able to make the jump to international rugby from the DII college game.