Become a USA Women’s Rugby National Team Player

Kelly Griffin USA Women's Rugby National TeamWelcome to the Home of Eagle 365. Being a Women’s Rugby USA National Team Player (an Eagle) is a major life commitment. This is where you can find out how to live like an Eagle every day. If you want to be an Eagle this is where you can find out how. You will be able to access all the information that is available to the Eagles and gain access to players and coaches.



USA Rugby fields the men and women’s Eagles to represent the U.S. around the world in international play.  You can follow the Women’s Eagles as they prepare for their tour at their new website.

USA Rugby currently fields several women’s national teams under the Eagle umbrella,  Women’s 15s and sevens, the Collegiate All-Americans, Women’s Under-20 Teams and the newly formed High School All-American Team. Being chosen to play for one of the USA’s representative sides is an honor bestowed upon only a select few players each year.

For the aspiring female player, there are a variety of pathways to become an Eagle. Those fortunate enough to get started early can compete to make their respective Age-Grade Teams or All-American Teams.  For the club side player, being chosen for your union’s representative team can provide exposure to the national coaching staff at the annual National All-Star Championships.  Go to the schedule to find out the scouting opportunities for the Women’s Eagles.

At Eagle 365 we give you the tools that can help you follow the path to becoming the best women’s rugby player, in mind, body, and spirit. Pete Steinberg has over fifteen years of coaching experience and is the United States women’s rugby national team head coach. He has taken Penn State Women’s Rugby team to seven national championships. He and his staff are taking the proven tools and laying them out for you to follow. You too can be a USA Women’s Rugby Eagle.