After the weather caused cancelation of the first two 7s tournaments in the Cardinals Conference 7s series, the third event took place in Newport News, VA on Sunday 22 March. The tournament was hosted by the HEAT Elite and 6 teams participated: James Madison University (JMU), Old Dominion University (ODU), Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), the University of Richmond, HEAT I and HEAT II.
In a rematch of their earlier contest the University of South Carolina (5-0) defeated the Tennessee Volunteers (3-2) twice today to win the #SCRC7s in Gainesville. The result was South Carolina over Tennessee 20-5 in pool play, but it was much closer in the final as the Game Cocks won by a margin of just six points by a score of 27-21.
The NSCRO Men's 7s Qualifying Tournaments took place March 15, 2015 at American International College in Springfield, Mass. The final saw New England College defeat SUNY Plattsburgh 41-0. NEC heads to Philadelphia in May to defend their 2014 national championship title.
#stjoes7s St. Joseph's University hosted the St. Joe's Sevens March 14 on the turf at Sweeney Field. The first match kicked off at 4:00pm and matches continued until 10:00pm on a cold, rainy day in Philadelphia.
The Rugby 7's Championship of Big 12 Universities came to Norman, OK on March 7. The Big XII and previous Big 8 Conference rugby tournament is over 40 years old and is the oldest major university sports conference rugby event in America.
The first installment of the 2015 ACRL Sevens series same to Greenville, SC on Feb. 28 as Clemson played host to Wake Forest, Louisville, Furman, South Carolina, Ohio State. Virginia Tech and Notre Dame.