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05.16.2023 - Alex Goff

Northeastern punished Air Force turnovers and won the CRAA Women’s D1 7s Sunday in Dallas.

In a competitive tournament of just seven teams, this event crowned yet another 7s champion, and one that played a strong team game and showcased several players with the ability to score from long range. 

05.15.2023 - Alex Goff

Colorado Mesa won the CRAA Women’s D2 7s Sunday in the rain and mud in Dallas and needed all sorts of heroics to do it.

In an eight-team bracket that produced some high-level 7s, Mesa wasn’t the only team to impress. In fact, on Day One in the sun and heat they were upended 14-7 by a swift, intelligent San Jose State team.

Here’s how it all shook down:

05.13.2023 - Alex Goff

Four teams are left for the College Rugby Association of America Women's D1 championship after Day One of the competition in Dallas.

Pool A

Rivals Northeastern and UConn looked set to collide once more and they certainly did. The Huskies produced a very balanced approach, hit hard, and produced a very good forward effort, including a big shove off a scrum to set up a try.

05.11.2023 - Alex Goff

Dallas will host two CRAA women's college championship tournaments this weekend.

Seven teams will play in the D1 bracket. 

Wyoming, Northeastern, and UConn in Pool A. In Pool B there are four teams, with UMass Amherst, Air Force, Virginia Tech, Boston University. 

05.01.2023 - GRR Staff

The College Rugby Association of America Women's Premier 7s tournament field is set and it promises to be a barnburner.