Ryan Carlyle

Ryan Carlyle
USA Rugby Eagle Profile
Eagle No.215
BornNovember 24, 1989
HometownWest Nyack, NY
PositionsCenter (XV), Hooker (7s)
High School Clarkstown South
Height5'6"
Weight145
Club Unattached
Caps XV: 6
World Series 16
College University of South Carolina
Previous Clubs
San Diego Surfers
Seattle Saracens
Twitter  @Ryy_Car

• Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013
• Rio 2016 Olympic Games
• Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018

Ryan Carlyle is a heavily decorated athlete across the American sporting landscape. She played softball, indoor track, basketball and soccer in high school; and was recognized as All-County and All-Region all four years. A lover of sport, Carlyle even lead her sorority to many recreational club championships and competed as a body builder and figure competitor in 2007.

In 2009, she completed her first triathlon and was a runner up in the Miss Univeristy of South Carolina figure and fitness competition.

In 2011, Carlyle made her international debut at the Hong Kong Sevens tournament, continuing her residency at the Olympic Training Site and pursuing her Masters of Business Administration simultaneously.
Through the years, she was selected for many developmental teams including the Women's Falcons, Stars and Stripes, Serevi Selects and ATAVUS All-Stars.

In 2012, she began playing with the San Diego Surfers of the Women's Premiere League, then lead by current Women's Sevens' Head Coach Richie Walker. With the Surfers, Carlye would go on to play two seasons in both 7s and 15s, winning a national championship in each -- one with the Surfers 7s in 2012; another with 15s in 2014.

During that time, in 2013, she earned her first cap with the Women's National Team (15s) against France and even suited up for the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens where she helped the Women's Sevens win bronze.

In 2016 she was selected to Team USA's 12 player squad for the Rio Olympic Games.


Match List

DateVenueOpponentTeamCompetitionResult
01 Apr, 6:00 pmChula Vista Elite Athlete Training CenterCanadaWomen's Eagles
CanAm
10 - 37
DateVenueOpponentTeamCompetitionResult
01 Dec, 2:28 amThe Sevens StadiumRussiaWomen's Sevens
Dubai Sevens
12 - 10
01 Dec, 5:24 amThe Sevens StadiumSouth AfricaWomen's Sevens
Dubai Sevens
7 - 26
01 Dec, 8:43 amThe Sevens StadiumAustraliaWomen's Sevens
Dubai Sevens
10 - 19
02 Dec, 3:14 amThe Sevens StadiumIrelandWomen's Sevens
Dubai Sevens
5 - 28
02 Dec, 6:02 amThe Sevens StadiumBrazilWomen's Sevens
Dubai Sevens
26 - 17
02 Feb, 8:52 pmAllianz StadiumRussiaWomen's Sevens
Sydney7s
10 - 19
02 Feb, 11:12 pmAllianz StadiumEnglandWomen's Sevens
Sydney7s
22 - 14
03 Feb, 1:54 amAllianz StadiumSpainWomen's Sevens
Sydney7s
20 - 5
03 Feb, 6:22 pmKippax FieldIrelandWomen's Sevens
Sydney7s
17 - 5
03 Feb, 10:04 pmAllianz StadiumNew ZealandWomen's Sevens
Sydney7s
19 - 12
04 Feb, 1:42 amAllianz StadiumCanadaWomen's Sevens
Sydney7s
17 - 21
03 Mar, 11:17 amSam Boyd StadiumIrelandWomen's Sevens
USA Sevens
21 - 24
03 Mar, 2:02 pmSam Boyd StadiumSpainWomen's Sevens
USA Sevens
22 - 7
03 Mar, 4:47 pmSam Boyd StadiumFijiWomen's Sevens
USA Sevens
14 - 7
04 Mar, 12:28 pmSam Boyd StadiumIrelandWomen's Sevens
USA Sevens
20 - 12
04 Mar, 3:36 pmSam Boyd StadiumNew ZealandWomen's Sevens
USA Sevens
7 - 12
04 Mar, 8:40 pmSam Boyd StadiumCanadaWomen's Sevens
USA Sevens
7 - 31
DateVenueOpponentTeamCompetitionResult
07 Jun, 12:00 pmOxnard CollegeFranceWomen's Eagles
EASS
13 - 10
DateVenueOpponentTeamCompetitionResult
DateVenueOpponentTeamCompetitionResult
DateVenueOpponentTeamCompetitionResult
08 Apr, 12:20 pmFifth Third Bank StadiumSpainWomen's Sevens
ATL7s
24 - 0
08 Apr, 3:04 pmFifth Third Bank StadiumJapanWomen's Sevens
ATL7s
33 - 12
08 Apr, 5:26 pmFifth Third Bank StadiumNew ZealandWomen's Sevens
ATL7s
12 - 5
09 Apr, 1:15 pmFifth Third Bank StadiumAustraliaWomen's Sevens
ATL7s
5 - 22
09 Apr, 4:00 pmFifth Third Bank StadiumFijiWomen's Sevens
ATL7s
38 - 0
09 Apr, 5:00 pmFifth Third Bank StadiumRussiaWomen's Sevens
ATL7s
19 - 7
28 May, 5:44 amStade Gabriel MontpiedEnglandWomen's Sevens
Clermont-Ferrand Sevens
7 - 26
28 May, 8:50 amStade Gabriel MontpiedSpainWomen's Sevens
Clermont-Ferrand Sevens
10 - 12