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College 7s Nationals: Pool D Breakdown

Two heavyweights and two relative unknowns make up Pool D. Central Washington and Davenport are the heavyweights. CWU has been on the cusp of winning the National Championship before, losing to Life in the final in 2011. The Wildcats won the Northwest Championship to qualify for Nationals. Davenport hasn’t had as much success in 7s, but is a two-time 15s National Champ with 7s All Americans all over the roster. The Panthers are an at-large selection, having shown well in two friendly tournamen

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Falcons Lick Wounds After NACRA, Fiji

Looking ahead to Matt Hawkins naming his squad to play in Dubai and Port Elizabeth, it's hard to think that many players on the USA Falcons raised their stock.The team won the games you'd expect them to win, but didn't progress, as the players in Fiji seemed to repeat physical and mental errors made at the beginning of the NACRA 7s a week before in Cayman Islands.Yes they were tired and hit by injury - but that's life as an international 7s player. They were also stubborn, unwilling to accept th

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College 7s Nationals: Pool D Breakdown

Falcons Lick Wounds After NACRA, Fiji

International

Domestic

Club D1

  1. 1 Life
  2. 2 Belmont Shore
  3. 3 Old Puget
  4. 4 Old Blue
  5. 5 Metropolis
  6. 6 Boston RFC
  7. 7 Glendale
  8. 8 OMBAC
  9. 9 New Orleans
  10. 10 Denver Barbarians

College DI-A

  1. 1 Brigham Young
  2. 2 Arkansas State
  3. 3 Life
  4. 4 Army
  5. 5 Utah
  6. 6 Saint Mary's
  7. 7 Penn State
  8. 8 Navy
  9. 9 Air Force
  10. 10 Kutztown

College DI-AA

  1. 1 Davenport
  2. 2 Arkansas State
  3. 3 San Diego State
  4. 4 Dartmouth
  5. 5 UC Santa Barbara
  6. 6 Tennessee
  7. 7 Florida
  8. 8 Bowling Green
  9. 9 Wisconsin
  10. 10 St. Bonaventure