Atavus Blog

Twelve athletes from all over the country have assembled to represent USA, a guest nation to Rugby Europe's U18 7s Championship, in Vichy, France. As the players get ready to compete on an international stage this...

Getting the chance to represent your country is a coveted opportunity for athletes around the world. Although selections are based on hard work and strong performances, we know it takes a lot of support to achieve this...
Atavus Academy Athlete, Dion Crowder, wraps up a summer of rugby with a once in a lifetime opportunity.  

After a post-graduation move to Seattle in the fall of 2016, Dion Crowder has made himself at home quickly with the

Girls High School All-Americans ready for another challenge in France in their second tournament appearance. 
12 athletes from around the country have been selected to represent the United States at the 2017 Rugby...
Athletes from Atavus and USA Rugby Academy programs assemble for domestic competition opportunity. 
Fellow USA Rugby National Development Academy (NDA) Northeast Academy is set to host the first ever Lupus Intus 7s...
A perfect 6-0 tournament brings the USA Rugby Women's Club 7s title to the Pacific Northwest. 

We’re excited to announce that our Seattle-based Atavus Academy sevens team came home from the Club 7s National Championship...

The USA Women’s Eagles national rugby sevens team stopped into town this week on their way to the HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens tournament in Langford, BC, and we were fortunate enough to arrange a meet up between them and...

Atavus’ own Head of Rugby Emilie Bydwell has been selected to join Team USA's Women's 7s Rugby team as their Team Leader. We couldn't be more proud of her and we are excited to share her experience with you along the way....

Atavus’ own Head of Rugby Emilie Bydwell has been selected to join Team USA's Women's 7s Rugby team as their Team Leader. We couldn't be more proud of her and we are excited to share her experience with you along the way....

UPDATE: Nate Augspurger, Martin Iosefo, Shalom Suniula selected as travel replacements.