David Walter Fee
David Walter Fee (born December 15th, 1976 in Chicago, IL), is a former American rugby union footballer who played for the united states national teams (7's and 15's), where he primarily played Wing. Fee earned 28 Caps for the 15's US National Team from 2002-2005 and started all 4 games in the 2003 Rugby World Cup. Fee also played on the 7's team, competing in the 2005 7's Rugby World Cup in Hong Kong. Fee made his international debut in January of 2002, at the HSBC World Seven Series tournament in Santiago, Chile (which is now the IRB 7's). In Pool play against Brasil, he set an American record scoring 5 tries in a single game. He was also the tournament leader in tries, scoring a total of 13. The US beat Canada in the Bowl finals 32-5. Dave's early success on the 7's circuit got him attention from the 15's program. Fee earned his first 15's cap on June 29, 2002 in a World Cup qualifying match against Canada. Fee scored his first and second Tri in 15's in only his 3rd Test on August 10, 2002 in a 35-22 Eagles victory against Chile. Over the course of his career, Fee earned 28 Caps for the Eagles, scoring 9 tries which put him 2nd on the USA All Time Tri scoring list (as of 2005). Fee served double duty playing for both the 7's and 15's Eagles from 2002-2005. Fee was the Captain of the 7's team from 2004-2005.