College 7s News
We all know that the college 7s spring is a bit in flux, but it's still the central competitive form for many teams, especially in the Northeast and Midwest.
With everything in flux in USA Rugby there are still a lot of questions about how the national governing body of the sport will handle regular yearly activities ... such as the collegiate sevens national championships.
With the CRC no more now that United World Sports has essentially ceased operations, USA Rugby's championship seems to be the only option.
In three weeks, the country of Bermuda hosts the Ariel Re 7s, with 16 college and age-grade teams from the USA and Canada in two brackets.
The University of Denver shut out Mira Costa College 21-0 in the final of the National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) open 7s qualifier in Las Vegas last weekend.
The tournament itself was quite competitive and a hgh percentage of the games were very close. Neither Denver nor Mira Costa won their pool.
Kutztown University dominated Air Force 43-0 to win the D1A Open 7s Qualifier in Las Vegas Saturday to book at spot in the D1A Collegiate 7s Championships to be held later this spring.