2018 USAR Collegiate 7s
May 18-20
Glendale, CO

Kutztown has not lost a sevens tournament since last spring, while Lindenwood is the defending national champion. 

Men D1 Pools
Pool APool B
LindenwoodCalifornia
ArkansasNotre Dame College
UtahFordham
MissouriIndiana


Pool CPool D
ArizonaKutztown
Grand CanyonAmerican International
Florida InternationalWestern Washington
NevadaWisconsin


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Women's D1

There are very few qualifiers in this bracket, so the lineup is made up mostly of at-large teams. All of the teams involved are varsity, or in a highly-elevated club status that borders on varsity. Watch out for defending champion Lindenwood, perennial challenger Life, and NIRA winner Army.

Women D1 Pools
Pool APool B
LindenwoodArmy
DartmouthLife
Penn StateHarvard
Central WashingtonDavenport


Men's D2

All but two of the teams in this bracket qualified by winning a conference championship. Only Saint Louis University and Old Dominion (both very close runners up in their respective conferences) come in as at-large. 

Wisconsin-Whitewater is the defending champion, but will have a ton of work to do against the likes of Hartford, UNC Charlotte, Norwich, and NC State.

Men D2 Pools
Pool APool BPool C
UW-WhitewaterUNC CharlotteHartford
BloomsburgNC StateNorwich
William PateronPrincipiaNorth Texas
Old DominionMontana StateSaint Louis


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Women's Open

This is a bracket for D2 schools, or non-varsity D1 schools. Queen's University Charlotte is in this bracket despite being varsity, and that's because Queen's is in its first year in action, and is a small school. Princeton, a D1 school, is nevertheless a club program.

Bloomsburg joins Life and Lindenwood as the only colleges with both a men's and a women's team in action in Glendale.

Women D2 Pools
Pool APool B
Chico StatePrinceton
Air ForceBloomsburg
Queens U. CharlotteTexas A&M
Sam Houston StateKennesaw State