Pan Am 7s – Pools, Schedule & Results

The Pan American Games will take place July 10-26, 2015 and will include six teams,  including four teams who have already qualified for the Olympics and two who will be taking part in the World Repecharge in 2016.

Matches are scheduled for Exhibition Stadium the weekend of July 11-12, with the U.S. and its five pool mates – Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, and Mexico – participating in a round robin prior to a single knockout match.

Teams

The teams in seeded order are Canada, USA, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Mexico with all teams to play each other in a round robin.

Broadcast

None that we know of…

Hashtag

We’ll be using #PanAm7s, join the conversation!

Results

We will be updating our Twitter and Facebook and each event page (below) with full results and updates.

Tickets

Schedule (EST)

Date Local Time (EST) Home Score Away Score Competition
7/11/2015 10:05 Canada  55 Colombia  0 Round Robin
7/11/2015 10:27 USA  26 Brazil  7 Round Robin
7/11/2015 10:49 Mexico  5 Argentina  40 Round Robin
7/11/2015 12:49 USA  40 Colombia  0 Round Robin
7/11/2015 13:11 Brazil  22 Argentina  5 Round Robin
7/11/2015 13:33 Canada  60 Mexico  0 Round Robin
7/11/2015 17:33 Argentina  7 USA  54 Round Robin
7/11/2015 17:55 Canada  36 Brazil  0 Round Robin
7/11/2015 18:17 Colombia  24 Mexico  19 Round Robin
7/12/2015 10:05 Argentina  0 Canada  45 Round Robin
7/12/2015 10:27 Colombia  0 Brazil  29 Round Robin
7/12/2015 10:49 Mexico 0 USA  71 Round Robin
7/12/2015 12:49 Argentina  5 Colombia  5 Round Robin
7/12/2015 13:11 Brazil  57 Mexico  0 Round Robin
7/12/2015 13:33 Canada  34 USA  12 Round Robin
7/12/2015 17:33  Columbia  17  Mexico  17 5th/6th
7/12/2015 17:55  Brazil  29  Argentina  0 3rd/4th
7/12/2015 19:29  Canada  55  USA  7 Final

Rosters

Canada

BRITT BENN BELLEVILLE, ON
HANNAH DARLING WARSAW, ON
MAGALI HARVEY QUEBEC CITY, QB
SARA KALJUVEE PICKERING, ON
JEN KISH EDMONTON, AB
GHISLAINE LANDRY TORONTO, ON
KAYLA MOLESCHI WILLIAMS LAKE, BC
KAREN PAQUIN QUEBEC CITY, QB
NADIA POPOV NEWMARKET, ON
KELLY RUSSELL CALEDON, ON
ASHLEY STEACY LETHBRIDGE, AB
NATASHA WATCHAM-ROY GATINEAU, QB

USA

1. Megan Bonny
2. Kelly Griffin
3. Joanne Fa’avesi
4. Alev Kelter
5. Richelle Stephens
6. Lauren Doyle
7. Kristen Thomas
8. Hannah Lopez
9. Melissa Fowler
10. Irene Gardner
11. Kate Zackary
12. Kathryn Johnson

Brazil

Juliana Esteves, Bruna Lotufo, Beatriz Futuro, Edna Santini, Paula Harumi Ishibashi, Isadora Cerullo, Claudia Jaqueline Lopes Teles, Haline Leme Scatrut, Angélica Pereira Gev, Maira Bravo Behrendt, Raquel Cristina Kochhann, Mariana Barbosa Ramalho

Argentina

Lettizia Alcaraz (San Patricio), María Eugenia Bottelli (Club Argentino), Rita Cazorla (Cardenales), Patricia Fusco (Gimnasia y Esgrima), Mayra Genghini (Marabunta), Sofía González (SITAS), Sabrina Marcos (Roca), Valeria Montero (La Plata), Yamila Otero (Centro Naval), Josefina Padellaro (Catriel), Yamila Vanesa Salas (Centro Naval), Luciana Travesi (Cardenales)

Colombia

Alejandra Betancur, Maria Isabel Jiménez, Estefanía Ramírez, Nicole Acevedo Tangarife, Camila Lopera, Solangie Delgado, Catalina Ramirez Talero, Kareime García, Isabel Romero Benitez, Laura Andrea García Ortiz, Guadalupe Lopez, Sharon Acevedo Tangarife

Mexico

Past Results

None, this is the first time that women’s rugby has been included in the Pan Am Games.

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