The 2016-17 competitive collegiate rugby season is about to get underway, and USA Rugby has announced the playoff dates for the Fall Championship, Spring Championship, and National Championship postseasons for 15s and sevens.
Davenport made its National Championship double intentions known Saturday with a clean sweep of its three-team pool in the Women's Division II competition at the 2016 USA Rugby College 7s National Championships at WakeMed Soccer Park.
The USA Rugby College 7s Men's Division I will have a new National Champion in 2016 following Lindenwood's loss to Arizona State in Saturday's Cup Quarterfinals, which featured three of the top seeds advancing to Sunday's Semifinals.
The 2016 USA Rugby College 7s National Championships got off to a flying start Friday, May 27, with 37 matches of pool play welcoming 50 of the 60 teams competing across Memorial Day weekend to WakeMed Soccer Park.
The top division of women's collegiate rugby has been dominated by Penn State for some time, but the 10 other teams in the Women's Division I bracket at the May 27-29 2016 USA Rugby College 7s National Championships are perfectly qualified to hoist the title in Cary, N.C.
Twenty-four of the very best college rugby teams in the country will soon descend upon the pitches of WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C., to battle for one of eight spots in the Cup Quarterfinals of the May 27-29 Men’s Division I College 7s National Championship.