Friday, July 26Team USA's Maceo Brown outruns two Guyanan players on his way to 15 points in the game.

The U.S. Women's Beach Volleyball Team swept its first three matches of pool play, while squash athletes Amanda Sobhy and Olivia Blatchford Clyne advanced to the semifinals of women's singles.

Below are recaps of Team USA’s performances for the day. For live scores and results, please click here.

Modern Pentathlon
In the women’s fencing ranking round, Team USA’s Isabella Isaksen finished 15th, Samantha Achterberg finished 17th and Jessica Davis finished 19th. The Team USA women will compete throughout the day on July 27, with the competition culminating with the laser-run in the late afternoon.

Americans Amro ElGeziry and Brendan Anderson both earned winning records in the men’s fencing ranking round, with ElGeziry finishing seventh and Anderson finishing 16th. The U.S. men will compete again on July 28 throughout the day, with competition ending with the laser-run for the podium.

Roller Sports
In the women’s free program short program for figure skating, Team USA’s Alexis Herbert placed sixth, earning a score of 18.51. Herbert will compete again on July 27 in the long program. Her two scores will be totaled to calculate her final rank.

Figure skater John Burchfield competed for the U.S. in the men’s free program short program, finishing sixth with a score of 41.80. The score will be added to Burchfield’s long program score when he competes again on July 27 to establish his final rank.

Rugby Sevens
The U.S. women began their Pan American campaign with a victory against Trinidad and Tobago in pool play. Team USA earned four tries and two post-try conversions in the first half for 24 points before continuing their strong performance with another 31 points (five tries, three conversions) in the second half – including three tries in four minutes by Ariana Ramsey. The team’s scoring went unanswered by Trinidad and Tobago, with Team USA winning the game 55-0.

The U.S. men also earned an impressive victory in their first game of pool play, defeating Guyana 62-0. Team USA scored five tries and converted three post-try kicks for 31 unanswered points in each half. Maceo Brown led the team with 15 points, followed closely by captain Cody Melphy with 13 points.

In men’s singles, Todd Harrity was defeated by Peru’s Diego Elias Chehab and Chris Hanson fell to Colombia’s Miguel Rodriguez Forero in the quarterfinals.

However, Hanson and Harrity found redemption when they teamed up for men’s doubles, defeating Bermuda in two straight games, 11-6 and 11-7. With this victory in the quarterfinals, the team will advance to the semifinals and face Peru on July 27.

In women’s doubles, Team USA also advanced from the quarterfinals. The U.S. team of sisters Amanda Sobhy and Sabrina Sobhy defeated Argentina in two straight games, 11-3 and 11-8. The win earns the Sobhy sisters a spot in the semifinals on July 27, when they will play Chile.

Volleyball – Beach
Team USA’s Karissa Cook and Jace Pardon continued their winning streak with a win over Colombia. The women’s pair earned the victory in two straight sets, 22-20 and 21-14, bringing the team’s record in pool play to 3-0. The successful result also earns Cook and Pardon a spot in the quarterfinals on July 28.

On the men’s side, Mark Burik and Ian Satterfield fell to Argentina in their last match of the preliminary round. The team’s 2-1 record in pool play still earns them a spot in the quarterfinal qualifying round, where they will face Canada on July 27.