Women College 7s Field Finalized

USA Rugby has announced its 12-team field for the Women's College 7s Championships.

The field includes 2015 champions Penn State and 2016 champions Life University. Life is one of four colleges - the others being Davenport, Lindenwood, and Texas A&M - to have both a men's and a women's team in the USA Rugby national championships.

Two weeks later the CRC 7s in Chester, Pa. will be held. There's a women's tournament there, too, and Life, Penn State, Dartmouth, Navy, and Lindenwood will all be there, too.

Central Washington University
Dartmouth College
Davenport University
Life University
Lindenwood University
University of Michigan
Montana State University
Penn State University
Texas A&M University
UC Davis

The tournament will be held May 20-21 in Glendale, Colo.

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