The United States women's national rugby sevens team competes in international rugby sevens competitions. The team finished second at the 2015 USA Women's Sevens, after defeating Russia in semifinals. In June 2019, the Eagles became just the fifth team to have won a World Series tournament, joining New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and England. In that same season, the Americans finished second in the overall standings, securing both their highest finish to date and automatic qualification to the 2020 Olympic Games.
Under head coach Ric Suggit, the Eagles placed third at the 2013 Women's Sevens World Cup in Russia. The Eagles defeated Spain 10–5 in their final match, with tries coming from Emilie Bydwell and Vanesha McGee.
The table below shows the U.S. roster assembled for the most recent tournament (2019 France Sevens). The statistics listed for events and tries refer to statistics generated in World Rugby Sevens Series tournaments.