2014 SCHEDULE/RESULTS USA vs IRELAND Friday, August 1, 2014 | 11:00 a.m. EST April 15 Canada1 L, 51-7 2014 IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup 19 Canada1 L, 14-10 Marcoussis, June 28 Wales2 W, 10-7 ON THE PITCH (QUICK HITS) July • The Women’s Eagles have been paired • The Eagles last played in France during (EX)2 2 N/A with Ireland, Kazakhstan, and New Zealand their 2012 European Tour. The tour included 6 England2 L, 17-13 in Pool B for the IRB Women’s Rugby World two matches against France, which followed August Cup 2014. Pool play matches will take place a test with . Matches against Les Bleus 1 Ireland3 11 a.m. Aug. 1, 5, and 9, respectively. were held in Orleans and Paris. 5 Kazakhstan3 7 a.m. 9 New Zealand3 Noon • The Eagles and Ireland met twice during • The 2014 World Cup is the seventh such 13 TBD3 TBD the 2010 World Cup, splitting the series. tournament for the women’s game. The 3 Ireland claimed the match during pool play, Eagles won the inaugural Women’s Rugby 17 TBD TBD with the Eagles besting the Irish during the World Cup in 1991 and have reached the Fi- fifth-eighth-place semifinal. [MORE on Page nal twice since then, but could not replicate 1 – CanAm Tour (British Columbia, Canad) 2] the earlier performance. 2 – United Kingdom Tour ( and England)

3 – Women’s Rugby World Cup (Paris, France) • Vanesha McGee was able to score a try • Jamie Burke will earn her 47th cap with a EX - Non-test match during the last meeting against the Irish. start at prop against Ireland. On the op- * All times are Eastern (EST) The wing helped boost the Eagles to a 40-3 posite side, Bui Baravilala will earn just her victory. third cap, starting at center. Burke is the GAMEDAY (INFO) most-capped player in Women’s Eagles • Nine players from the 2010 World Cup history. Television/Stream Universal Sports roster return for another shot at the World Cup trophy. {MORE ON PAGE 4] • Universal Sports will be covering the game Reports usarugby.org/womens-eagles live from Marcoussis with coverage begin- Twitter @USAWomenEagles • Pool play matches will be played at the ning at 10:30 A.M ET. French Rugby Headquarters in Marcoussis. Subsequent placement round matches will • The Eagles enter the World Cup following be played at Stade Jean Bouin, in Paris. its U.K. Tour (June 24-July 7).

ABOUT IRELAND NEXT UP: Ireland enters the World Cup following a Ireland this . 2014 - Aug. 5 vs Kazakhstan third-place finish in the 2014 RBS 6 Nations In addition to the five 6 Nations tests during Kickoff: 7:00 a.m. (EST) competition. Close losses to England and France the opening months of 2014, the Irish squared Venue: FFR Headquarters (Marcoussis) resulted in the final standing despite dominant off against Wales in July. The Irish claimed the Series: USA Leads, 1-0-0 performances against and Italy. match, 27-7, to close out World Cup prepara- Fullback has tallied points in tions. WOMEN’S EAGLES COMMUNICATIONS: every match during the 2014 campaign except Ireland has been successful in the previous Jonathan Swart - Press Officer for the Scotland match, for which she was a re- years, as well, capturing the 2013 RBS 6 Nations E-mail: [email protected] serve. In total, Briggs has amassed a team-lead- trophy and winning every match during the Website: usarugby.org/womens-eagles ing 31 points through six matches. year’s campaign. Twitter: @USAWomenEagles Tries have also been bountiful for Ireland in Against the Eagles, however, the Irish have the same time span. Alison Miller has claimed struggled. Overall, Ireland has won only one Chad Wise - Communications Coordinator four tries thus far with Sophie Spence, Heather match against the Americans. However, the lone E-mail: [email protected] O’Brien, and adding three each. victory of the five match series did come during Phone: (303)539-0300 A total of 12 players have crossed the try line for the 2010 World Cup. [MORE on Page 2]

WOMENS EAGLES | 1 | GAME NOTES 2014 USA WOMEN’S EAGLES NOTES AND EVENTS INSIDE THE GAME GAMEDAY STORIES - IRELAND LAST MEETING place in North America, as Canada hosted the year’s World Cup. Remaining unbeaten, Series History...... USA leads 4-1-0 The sides met twice during the 2010 USA won, 24-11. First Meeting...... Apr. 17, 1994: W, 76-0 Women’s Rugby World Cup, resulting in a The most recent meetings both took Last Meeting...... Sep. 1, 2010: W, 40-3 split. The split also meant the first Irish vic- tory over the Women’s Eagles. Ireland was place during the 2010 World Cup. During Last Meeting (non-WC). .Jan. 25, 2006: W, 23-5 pool play, Ireland held the Women’s Eagles At USA...... N/A able to pip the US during pool play, 22-12. at bay to win the closest match of the At Ireland...... USA leads, 1-0-0 However, the Eagles were able to quickly series, 22-12. At Neutral...... USA leads, 3-1-0 avenge the loss, and in dominant fashion as well, claiming the fifth-eighth-place As both missed out reaching the final, semifinal, 40-3. the two met in the 5-8th place semifinal. In the latter contest, Vanesha McGee, Avenging the earlier loss, USA moved on, SERIES RESULTS who returns for the present match, was winning 40-3. Apr. 17, 1994^ W 76-0 N able to dot down a score. For Ireland, Jan. 25, 2006 W 23-5 A Niamh Briggs accounted for the only Irish RANKING ABOVE In the IRB standings, Ireland (5) ranks Sep. 4, 2006^ W 24-11 N points through a penalty goal – the fullback above the USA (18). Aug. 24, 2010^ L 22-12 N is also returning for the 2014 contest. Sep. 1, 2010^ W 40-3 N SCOUTING IRELAND PARIS RETURN The Women’s Eagles last played in Paris ^ - World Cup In the previous two years, Ireland has during its 2012 European Tour. Following won all but two matches. Capturing the the teams first ever contest against Italy, 2013 RBS 6 Nations title, the Irish have matches against the French were contested played near perfect rugby, with only tight in Orleans and Paris. The Women’s Eagles losses to England and France during the dropped both matches against France 2014 campaign. Falling by a score or less during the tour. each time, Ireland placed third for the most recent 6 Nations competition, which also UNLUCKY NUMBER 13 saw enormous victories over Scotland and Defensive minded Ireland is 2-70-1 when Italy. allowing 13 or more points in a match. The Fullback Niamh Briggs has led the Irish Women’s Eagles have scored 23 or more in scoring during 2014, amassing 31 total points in each win against Ireland. The Irish points through four matches. Briggs has held the US to 12 for its lone win of the notched a kicking point in each match she series. IRELAND: 2014 RESULTS has started. Wins when allowing more than 13 came However, the Irish are very diverse in Jan. 31 vs Scotland W, 59-0 in 1998 against (21-18) and try-scorers. A total of 12 players have Feb. 7 vs Wales W, 14-6 2009 (35-17) against Italy. A lone draw scored tries in Irelands favor, with 7 regis- Feb. 22 at England L, 17-10 came in 2008 against France (22-22). tering multiple tries throughout the current Mar. 8 vs Italy W, 39-0 season. Alison Miller leads the way with ALL CAPS Mar. 14 at France L, 19-15 four tries. The wing is followed closely The most-capped player in Women’s by teammates Sophie Spence, Heather Eagles’ history, Jamie Burke, will have the O’Brien, and Lynne Cantwell, who have opportunity to earn her 47th cap during IRELAND: 2014 TOP PERFORMERS accounted for three tries each, respectively. the World Cup. Tries: SERIES REVIEW USA VS. WORLD CUP FIELD (ALL-TIME) Sophie Spence 3 vs Scotland Out of five contests, USA leads the Alison Miller 2 vs Scotland 20-year-old series at 4-1-0. Opponent Record 1st Last Lynne Cantwell vs Scotland Gill Bourke vs France The 1994 World Cup kicked off the 4-0-0 1997 2006 Heather O’Brien 1 vs Scotland, Wales, Italy series, seeing the Women’s Eagles shutout Canada 17-13-0 1987 2014 vs Scotland, Italy Ireland, 76-0. The meeting would also start England 1-12-0 1991 2013 4 Tied 1 the tradition of the two meeting in World France 2-5-1 1996 2013 Conversions: Cups. Ireland 4-1-0 1994 2010 Niamh Briggs 3 vs Italy Only once have the two squared off Kazakhstan 1-0-0 2010 2010 1 vs Scotland, Italy against each other outside of the elite tour- New Zealand 1-6-0 1990 2004 Niamh Briggs 1 vs England, France nament. The second match of the series re- Samoa - - - Penalties: mains as the only match played on Irish soil 4-1-0 2009 2013 Niamh Briggs 3 vs Wales as well. The Women’s Eagles won the 2006, 2-0-0 1998 2002 Niamh Briggs 2 vs Italy 23-5. Eight months later, a rematch took Wales 4-0-0 1993 2014


WOMENS EAGLES | 2 | GAME NOTES 2014 USA WOMEN’S EAGLES NOTES AND EVENTS LAST MATCH - RECAP GAME SUMMARY ENGLAND SELECTS HALT WOMEN’S EAGLES COMEBACK IN EXHIBITION SURREY, England – The Women’s Eagles finished a three-match tour of the United 1ST 2ND TOTAL Kingdom Sunday with a 17-13 loss to England at Surrey Sports Park. USA 0 13 13 The Eagles traveled from Wales earlier in the week after defeating Wales England 12 5 17 Women, 10-7, at Paddy Park. A four-period scrimmage against England was held behind closed doors Wednesday, as well, before Sunday’s matchup in Surrey. Women’s Eagles | 13 The Eagles had trouble getting out of their own half in the early goings of Tries: McGee (2) Sunday’s match but had the first opportunity to score with a Kimber Rozier pen- Conversions: Rozier (0/2) alty goal. Rozier’s 35-meter kick struggled to get through the harsh winds and Penalties: Rozier (0/1), Anderson (1/1) ultimately missed the target. England full back gave the Eagles a scare with a break England | 17 wide before doing it again to open the scoring with a 23rd-minute try. Emily Tries: Waterman, Purdy, McLean Scarratt missed the conversion for a 5-0 lead. Conversions: Scarratt (1/3) Shaina Turley was sent to the sin bin in the 32nd minute after multiple infrac- Penalties: - tions for not rolling away in the ruck. With a player advantage for the remaining minutes of the first half, England doubled its lead with a try from Claire Purdy after the eagles failed to clear from a five-meter scrum. Scarratt’s second conver- sion attempt was successful to give England a 12-0, halftime lead. The Eagles offered more going forward in the opening minutes of the second WOMEN’S EAGLES | VS. ENGLAND half, but fell behind by an extra five points in the 47th minute when second-half substitute Katy Mclean was the beneficiary of neat passing to dot down in the 1. Sarah Chobot (Burke @ 70’) try zone. 2. Katy Augustyn (Wagner @ 74’) Sadie Anderson gave the Eagles a lifeline minutes later with a penalty kick to 3. bring the score to 17-3 before Vanesha McGee scored a try in the 58th minute. 4. Carmen Farmer (Daly @ 70’) The Eagles won a lineout and moved the ball through multiple phases before 5. Sarah Walsh (Blaney @ 74’) the wing broke through the line to score. 6. Shaina Turley Down 17-8, the Eagles had plenty of work to do in the remaining 20 minutes. 7. 8. Kate Daley Much like the Eagles’ first-half play, England had trouble getting out of its own 9. Jossy Tseng (Owsiany @ 70’) half against the wind. McGee caught a long clearance kick and ran 60 meters to 10. Kimber Rozier (Stolba @ 74’) the try zone for the Eagles’ second try, which brought the score to 17-13. 11. Nathalie Marchino Despite the obvious swing in momentum, the Eagles could not complete the 12. Emilie Bydwell comeback. Missed kicks and set-piece mistakes helped England get the win, 13. Akalaini Baravilala but Eagles Head Coach Pete Steinberg saw some good signs from an improving 14. Vanesha McGee team. 15. Sadie Anderson “Our performance was very good, but we had an opportunity to win the game and did not take it,” he said. “However, we leave this tour confident that 16. Kittery Wagner we are continuing to improve and our pre-World Cup camp will be important to 17. Jamie Burke enhance our execution.” 18. Naima Reddick “This tour has been a really great platform for us to fine-tune our game plan 19. Sharon Blaney 20. Lauren Daly leading up to the World Cup,” McGee said. “Today’s match against England was 21. Deven Owsiany winnable for us as we played some really great rugby. We didn’t finish on top, 22. Hannah Stolba but we know we are stepping up into the right place as we continue our prepa- 23. Caroline White rations. It’s a great feeling to see our hard work play out on the field and to build our team confidence.”

GAME- HIGHLIGHTS McGee was able to score at least one try in Jaimie Burke earned her 46th cap for the each match of the U.K. Tour. - England did not cap its players for the USA - the most in Women’s Eagles history - match. while Akilaini Baravilala and Deven Owsia- - The match served as the Women’s Eagles ny earned just their second respective. last preparations before heading to the - Surrey Sports Park hosted the friendly, World Cup, as well as rounded out the which was also the site of the 2010 Wom- - With the two-try performance, Vanesha competitions for the Eagles U.K. Tour. en’s Rugby World Cup.


WOMENS EAGLES | 3 | GAME NOTES 2014 USA WOMEN’S EAGLES NOTES AND EVENTS WOMEN’S EAGLES NOTES - State College (Pa.) lina University in basketball as did Nathalie A CAPTAIN ON AND OFF THE PITCH Marchino for Siena University and Sarah When not captaining the Women’s Ea- NINE FROM ‘10 Walsh at Colby College. gles on the pitch, Shaina Turley serves as a Nine players from the 2010 Women’s Emilie Bydwell and Katy Augustyn Captain in the US Marine Corps. Stationed Rugby World Cup squad are returning for donned hockey uniforms for Brown and at Fort Pendleton, near San Diego (Calif.), another shot at the coveted trophy. Jamie Northeastern, respectively. the flanker works as a helicopter pilot. Burke, Naima Reddick, Kittery Wagner, Sha- Football and soccer were part of Meya Recently, however, the Captain has been ron Blaney, Hannah Stolba, Emilie Bydwell, Bizer’s activities at St. Mary’s College (Kan.) able to train with the USA Women’s Eagles Lynelle Kugler, Nathalie Marchino, and before she transferred to Penn State to Sevens program at Chula Vista through the Vanesha McGee highlight the squad that is focus on rugby full time. World-Class Athlete Program. From her attempting to break a 16-year drought of time with Ric Suggit at the Olympic Train- reaching the Finals. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, PLAYERS ing Center, Turley was able to represent her was also on the 2010 Three birthdays take place during the country at the Guangzhou Women’s Sevens squad and has made the trip to Paris as a World Cup for the Women’s Eagles. The day tournament in late-March. reserve. after USA squares off with Kazakhstan (8/6), The Women’s Eagles went 3-2 in route to reserve Samantha Pankey turns 31. Two A FINAL MOTTO a fifth place finish in 2010. days after the Women’s Eagles take on New To inspire players during World Cup Zealand (8/11) Shaina Turley celebrates preparations and trainings the Women’s NEW KIT her 30th. Reserve Erica Cavanaugh turns Eagles have been rallying around the motto As of July 1, BLK is the official kit provider 25 three days after Shaina (8/14) to round of “Final in ‘14.” for USA Rugby. The new kit provider replac- out the birthdays celebrated during the The slogan is in reference to putting in es Canterbury of New Zealand with its own tournament. the work and effort for the team to make three-year contract. the championship match of the 2014 Wom- PLAYERS ON TOUR BY STATE en’s Rugby World Cup - an achievement FINAL IN ‘14 BLOG the Women’s Eagles haven’t accomplished A blog has been created by USA Rugby since 1998. CALIFORNIA (3) NEW YORK (1) to give fans a behind-the-scenes look into To reach its goal, the team has also been Naima Reddick Vanesha McGee the Women’s Eagles program. Players and using the quote “The Eagle Way - WE Live Jocelyn Tseng coaches give insight into their daily life and Carrie White NORTH CAROLINA (1) It” as a reminder for how the players should routines as the Women’s Eagles head into Kimber Rozier be living away from the pitch. Head Coach the 2014 IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup. COLORADO (5) Pete Steinberg refers to the message to To read about how the players and Sadie Anderson OHIO (1) show the athletes that “how well you per- coaches prepared for the elite tournament, Lauren Daly Sarah Wilson form on the pitch is based on what you do Lynelle Kugler go to usarugby.org/womens-eagles-blog. off the pitch.” Jillion Potter PENNSYLVANIA (2) Kittery Wagner Deven Owsiany EAGLE TRAINING CENTERS FROM PLAYER TO COACH Hope Rogers In 2010, Farrah Douglas was preparing HAWAII (1) With it being difficult to assemble players to go to the Women’s Rugby World Cup as Bui Baravilala TEXAS (2) in such a large country, the Women’s Eagles a player. Currently, in 2014, the prop is still Meya Bizer have been using designated facilities preparing for a World Cup, but from a much ILLINOIS (1) Stacy Bridges all across the USA for development and Shaina Turley different vantage point - from the touch mini-assemblies. VIRGINIA (4) line. As the Women’s Eagles forwards skills Coined Eagle Training Centers (ETC), nine INDIANA (1) Jamie Burke coach, Douglas is now utilizing her on-field locations in total have hosted mini-assem- Kate Daley Erica Cavanaugh experiences to mastermind game plans blies at various times over the previous two Carmen Farmer and strategies, as well as passing along MARYLAND (1) Samantha Pankey years to help grow the athletes as well as notes to the current players to help them Sarah Walsh implement patterns of play for the team. prepare for the year’s World Cup. WISCONSIN (2) ETC locations include: MASSACHUSETTS (1) Katy Augustyn - Amherst (Mass.) Sharon Blaney Sylvia Braaten - Atlanta (Ga.) CROSSOVER ATHLETES LOCK IT DOWN - Chicago (Ill.) Lock Carmen Farmer is just one of the MICHIGAN (1) CANADA (1) - Chula Vista (Calif.) Women’s Eagles to have played a differ- Sarah Chobot Emilie Bydwell - Denver (Colo.) ent sport in college before giving rugby a - Harrisonburg (Va.) chance. The attorney starred at shortstop MONTANA (1) CHILE (1) Hannah Stolba Nathalie Marchino - Minneapolis (Minn.) for the Virginia Tech softball team. - Palo Alto (Calif.) Samantha Pankey starred for East Caro-


WOMENS EAGLES | 4 | GAME NOTES 2014 USA WOMEN’S EAGLES WORLD CUP WORLD CUP HISTORY and every competition. The Women’s Rugby World Cup earned its start in 1991 following Overall, USA boasts a 22-6 record in the World Cup, which in- the immense growth in female rugby across the globe just a few cludes three Finals appearances. The Women’s Eagles reached the years prior. Mirroring a similar competition to that of the men’s Finals in 1991, 1994, and 1998. Rugby World Cup, the women’s competition sees only 12 teams traditionally vie for the trophy. Every year has remained true to REMEMBERING THE CHAMPIONS OF ‘91 tradition, with the exception of 1998 and 2002 that saw 16 teams The 1991 Final proved to be the most memorable in program compete in one tournament. history as the Women’s Eagles defeated England, 19-6, to win the Therein, starting in 1994 the World Cup has been contested Women’s Rugby World Cup. Held in Cardiff, Wales, the United every four years. States won all four of its contests to claim the trophy. USA, England, and New Zealand are the only countries to have Allowing only one try during the entire tournament, the Wom- won the Women’s Rugby World Cup as well as being the only en’s Eagles shutout Netherlands, the Soviet Union, and New Zea- squads to reach the finals match. Most notably, the Black Ferns land before besting England in the Final. have won the four most recent titles, defeating England the previ- ous three times. SHUT DOWN MODE Cardiff, Wales, hosted the inaugural Women’s World Cup, and Of the USA’s 22 World Cup victories, 12 have come by shutting out was followed in showcasing the premier event by Scotland, Neth- its opponent. Further, the Women’s Eagles have recorded a shut- erlands, Spain, Canada, and England. out in every World Cup. In hosting the 2014 event, France becomes the sixth European country to put on the tournament.

WOMEN’S EAGLES AT THE WORLD CUP The Women’s Eagles celebrate a storied history at the Women’s Rugby World Cup. Capturing the inaugural tournament held in 1991, USA has continually proven to be a strong competitor each


1991 1994 1998

Netherlands W, 7-0 W, 111-0 Russia W, 84-0 Soviet Union W, 46-0 Japan W, 121-0 Spain W, 38-16 New Zealand W, 7-0 Ireland W, 76-0 Scotland W, 25-10 England W, 19-6 Wales W, 56-15 Canada W, 46-6 England L, 38-23 New Zealand L, 44-12

Cardiff, Wales Place: 1st (4-0) Edinburgh, Scotland Place: 2nd (4-1) Amsterdam, Netherlands Place: 2nd (4-1) 2002 2006 2010

Netherlands W, 87-0 England L, 18-0 Kazakhstan W, 51-0 France L, 21-9 Ireland W, 24-11 Ireland L, 22-12 Australia W, 18-0 Australia W, 10-6 England L, 37-10 Spain W, 23-0 Australia W, 29-12 Ireland W, 40-3 Scotland W, 24-0 Canada W, 23-20

Barcelona, Spain Place: 7th (3-1) Edmonton, Canada Place: 5th (4-1) London, England Place: 5th (3-2)




Pool A Pool B Pool C England New Zealand Australia Canada United States France Somoa Ireland Wales Spain Kazakhstan South Africa



Name Position Hometown Kmiecik, Ashley Wing Seattle, WA Anderson, Sadie Flyhalf Fort Collins, CO Kugler, Lynelle Flanker New Raymer, CO Augustyn, Katy Hooker Antigo, WI Lockwood, Hannah Scrumhalf San Diego, CA Berg, Libby Prop Albert Lea, MN Lopez, Hannah Wing Carlsbad, CA Baravilala, Bui Fullback Honolulu, HI Lui, Jennifer Scrumhalf Ridgway, PA Bizer, Meya Center The Woodlands, TX Marchino, Nathalie Wing Geneva, Chile Blaney, Sharon Lock Braintree, MA McGee, Vanesha Wing Ewing, NJ Bonny, Megan Center Yakima, WA Miesner, Rosie Lock Roscoe, NY Boone, Phoebe Flanker Oakland, CA Miller, Laura Flanker South Bend, IN Braaten, Sylvia Center Waterford, WI Naber, Amy Wing Phoenix, AZ Brafman, Rebecca Prop Queens, NY O’Malley, Katie Fullback Milton, MA Bray, Francine Lock El Paso, TX Overcash, Erin Fullback Goshen, KY Bridges, Stacy Flanker Robinson, TX Owsiany, Deven Scrumhalf Royersford, PA Brown, Anna Lock Colby, WI Pankey, Samantha Hooker Buckingham, VA Burke, Jamie Prop Chesapeake, VA Peterson, Anne Center Arusha, Tanzania Bydwell, Emilie Center Montreal, Canada Potter, Jillion Eight Denver, CO Cantorna, Elena Scrumhalf State College, PA Reddick, Naima Prop El Cerrito, CA Carlyle, Ryan Wing West Nyack, NY Richardson, Bonnie Wing College Station, TX Cavanaugh, Erica Wing Ashland, VA Ringgenberg, Christy Fullback Madison, WI Chobot, Sarah Prop Mendon, MI Rogers, Hope Prop Chambersburg, PA Compo, Deven Hooker Philadelphia, PA Rozier, Kimber Flyhalf Raleigh, NC Daley, Kate Eight Mishawaka, IN Ryan, Rachel Hooker Denver, CO Daly, Lauren Lock Boulder, CO Sever, Jennifer Center San Fransisco, CA Davis, Jessica Prop Rescue, CA Street, Amanda Wing Princeton, WV Denham, Mel Flanker Norwell, MA Tseng, Jocelyn Scrumhalf Palo Alto, CA Dowty, Katie Scrumhalf Boston, MA Turley, Shaina Flanker Fox Lake, IL Farmer, Carmen Lock Richmond, VA Van Gulik, Emily Lock Evergreen, CO Fierman, Elizabeth Prop Hudson, OH Vonada, Jacie Fullback Helena, MT Fredericks, Corey Center New Orleans, LA Wagner, Kittery Hooker Fort Collins, CO Gardner, Irene Scrumhalf San Francisco, CA Walsh, Sarah Lock Baltimore, MD Griffin Hoese, Evan Flanker Boston, MA White, Carrie Scrumhalf San Jose, CA Kingzett, Amanda Flanker Ellendale, ND Wilson, Sarah Prop Westerville, OH Kinsella, Molly Lock Hinsdale, IL Wooden, Jessica Fullback Snellville, GA Kohanski, Tess Hooker East Lyme, CT Zdanczewicz, Kristen Flanker Brew City, WI #WORKFORIT #FINALIN14

WOMENS EAGLES | 6 | GAME NOTES 2014 USA WOMEN’S EAGLES PLAYERS AND STAFF ROSTER (UNITED KINGDOM TOUR) Name Position Height Birthdate Caps Hometown Club Anderson, Sadie Flyhalf 5’4” 5/25/90 15 Fort Collins, CO Unattached Augustyn, Katy Hooker 5’5” 6/29/84 13 Antigo, WI Berkeley All Blues Baravilala, Bui Fullback 5’6” 7/12/91 2 Honolulu, HI Aliamanu All Blues Bizer, Meya Center 5’8” 5/10/93 11 The Woodlands, TX Penn State University Blaney, Sharon Lock 5’11” 5/16/79 21 Braintree, MA Oregon Sports Union Braaten, Sylvia Center 5’8” 7/5/85 4 Waterford, WI Twin Cities Amazons Bridges, Stacey* Flanker 5’10” 4/23/88 18 Robinson, TX Twin Cities Amazons Burke, Jamie Prop 5’9” 10/14/80 46 Chesapeake, VA Glendale Raptors Bydwell, Emilie Center 5’10” 8/31/85 14 Montreal, Canada San Diego Surfers Cavanaugh, Erica* Wing 5’4” 8/14/89 2 Ashland, VA Northern Virginia Chobot, Sarah Prop 5’8” 12/19/80 6 Mendon, MI Glendale Raptors Daley, Kate Eight 5’8” 9/27/85 8 Mishawaka, IN North Shore Chicago Daly, Lauren Lock 5’9” 9/22/86 5 Boulder, CO San Diego Surfers Farmer, Carmen Lock 6’1” 12/4/80 4 Richmond, VA Severn River Kugler, Lynelle Flanker 5’8” 11/13/81 26 New Raymer, CO Twin Cities Amazons Marchino, Nathalie Wing 5’7” 7/27/81 16 Geneva, Chile Berkeley All Blues McGee, Vanesha Wing 5’8” 7/21/84 6 Ewing, NJ New York Owsiany, Deven Scrumhalf 5’4” 6/3/89 2 Royersford, PA USA Rugby Pankey, Samantha* Hooker 5’7” 8/6/83 6 Buckingham, VA James River Potter, Jillion Eight 5’10” 7/5/86 13 Denver, CO Glendale Raptors Reddick, Naima Prop 5’5” 5/26/84 12 El Cerrito, CA San Fransisco Golden Gate Rogers, Hope Prop 5’6” 1/7/93 8 Chambersberg, PA Penn State University Rozier, Kimber Flyhalf 5’3” 7/20/89 8 Raleigh, NC Glendale Raptors Stolba, Hannah Flyhalf 5’9” 6/2/82 8 Missoula, MT Glendale Raptors Tseng, Jocelyn Scrumhalf 5’7” 3/14/86 8 Palo Alto, CA Berkeley All Blues Turley, Shaina Flanker 5’9” 8/11/84 16 Fox Lake, IL San Diego Surfers Wagner, Kittery Hooker 5’4” 9/15/79 23 Fort Collins, CO Glendale Raptors Walsh, Sarah Lock 6’1” 3/23/81 7 Baltimore, MD Berkeley All Blues White, Carrie* Scrumhalf 5’3” 4/18/85 7 San Jose, CA Emerald City Mudhens Wilson, Sarah Prop 5’9” 10/4/84 8 Westerville, OH Glendale Raptors

* - Traveling Reserve

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Sadie Anderson...... (SAY-dee) Katy Augustyn...... (AUGUST-in) Bui Baravilala. (BOO-ee BARE-uh-vil-la-la) Meya Bizer...... (ME-uh BIT-zer) COACHING STAFF Emilie Bydwell...... (BIDE-well) Head Coach: Performance Analyst: Johnathan Atkeison Sarah Chobot...... (SHUH-bot) Defense: Peter Baggetta Player Performance: Adam Russell Lynelle Kugler...... (LIN-el COOG-ler) Skills: John Coumbe-Lilley Strength & Conditioning: Paul Cater Nathalie Marchino...... (MARCH-ee-no) Forwards: Luke Gross Asst. Strength & Conditioning: Ian Jones Vanesha McGee...... (VUH-neesh-uh) Backs: Richard Walker Medical: Amy Valenta Deven Owsiany...... (OH-zee-AW-nee) Scrum: Bill Le Clerc Doctor: Katie Gloyer Naima Reddick...... (NYE-ee-muh) Kicking: Richard Ashfield Manager: Roshna Wunderlich Kimber Rozier...... (ROSE-YER) Forwards Skills: Farrah Douglas Hannah Stolba...... (STOLE-buh) Jocelyn Tseng...... (JOSS-uh-lin)



Sadie Anderson Katy Augustyn Bui Bravilala Meya Bizer Sharon Blaney Sylvia Braaten Flyhalf • 15 Caps Hooker • 13 Caps Fullback • 2 Caps Fullback • 11 Caps Lock • 21 Caps Center • 4 Caps Fort Collins, CO Antigo, WI Honolulu , HI The Woodlands, TX Braintree, MA Waterford, WI

Stacey Bridges Jamie Burke Emilie Bydwell Erica Cavanaugh Sarah Chobot Kate Daley Flanker • 18 Caps Prop • 46 Caps Center • 14 Caps Wing • 2 Caps Prop • 6 Caps Eight • 8 Caps Robinson, TX Chesapeake, VA Montreal, Canada Ashland, VA Mendon, MI Mishawaka, IN

Lauren Daly Carmen Farmer Lynelle Kugler Nathalie Marchino Vanesha McGee Deven Owsiany Lock • 5 Caps Lock • 4 Caps Flanker • 26 Caps Wing • 16 Caps Wing • 6 Caps Scrumhalf • 2 Caps Boulder, CO Richmond, VA New Raymer, CO Geneva, Chile Ewing , NJ Royersford, PA

Sam Pankey Jillion Potter Naima Reddick Hope Rogers Kimber Rozier Hannah Stolba Hooker • 6 Caps Eight • 13 Caps Prop • 12 Caps Prop • 8 Caps Flyhalf • 8 Caps Flyhalf • 8 Caps Buckingham, VA Denver, CO El Cerrito, CA Chambersburg, PA Raleigh, NC Missoula, MT

Jocelyn Tseng Shaina Turley Kittery Wagner Sarah Walsh Caroline White Sarah Wilson Scrumhalf • 8 Caps Flanker • 16 Caps Hooker • 23 Caps Lock • 7 Caps Scrumhalf • 7 Caps Prop • 8 Caps Palo Alto, CA Fox Lake, IL Fort Collins, CO Baltimore, MD San Jose, CA Westerville, OH


WOMENS EAGLES | 8 | GAME NOTES 2014 USA WOMEN’S EAGLES STATISTICS April 15, 2014 | v Canada | Mill Bay, BC April 19, 2014 | v Canada | Langford, BC June 28, 2014 | v Wales | Caerphilly, Wales

1ST 2ND TOTAL 1ST 2ND TOTAL 1ST 2ND TOTAL USA 0 7 7 USA 10 0 10 USA 7 3 10 Canada 22 29 51 Canada 0 14 14 Wales 0 7 7

Women’s Eagles | 7 Women’s Eagles | 10 Women’s Eagles | 10 Tries: Bizer Tries: Street, Blaney Tries: McGee Conversions: Anderson (1/1) Conversions: Anderson (0/2) Conversions: Rozier (1/1) Penalties: Anderson (0/1) Penalties: - Penalties: Rozier (1/2)

Canada | 51 Canada | 14 Wales | 7 Tries: Mack, Zussman (3), Marchak, Harvey (2), Dovanne (2) Tries: Alarie Tries: S. Harries Conversions: Burk (1/4), Harvey (2/5) Conversions: Burk (1/4), Harvey (2/5) Conversions: La. Harries (1/1) Penalties: - Penalties: Harvey (1/2), Burk (2/2) Penalties: -

Venue: Shawnigan Lake School Venue: Westhills Stadium Venue: Cross Keys RFC, Paddy Park Weather: 54*, overcast Weather: 50*, rain Weather: 50*, rain Field: Grass Field: Turf Field: Grass

July 6, 2014 | v England (EX) | Surrey, England

1ST 2ND TOTAL USA 0 13 13 England 12 5 17

Women’s Eagles | 13 Tries: McGee (2) Conversions: Rozier (0/2) Penalties: Rozier (0/1), Anderson (1/1)

England | 17 Tries: Waterman, Purdy, McLean Conversions: Scarratt (1/3) Penalties: -

Venue: Surrey Sports Park Weather: 60*, wind Field: Grass