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D1 College 7s Playoffs This Weekend – The Men’s and Women’s College 7s playoffs take place May 19, May20, and May 21 in Infinity Park, Glendale, Colorado. The championship features many teams new to the event.

Men – May 19 (16 teams, four pools)

Pool A – Bowling Green, Fordham, James Madison, St. Mary’s

Pool B – Grand Canyon, Lindenwood, Stanford, Wyoming

Pool C – Arkansas, Florida International, Ohio State, Santa Clara

Pool D – Davenport, Kansas State, Texas A & M, Utah

Women – May 20 (12 teams, three pools)

Pool A – Dartmouth, Lindenwood, Montana State, UC Davis

Pool B – Central Washington, Life, Michigan, Texas A & M

Pool C – Army, Davenport, Penn State, Princeton

Aviva English Premiership Attendance – The League in 2017 enjoyed a ten-percent plus increase over 2016. Some of this rise came from the Wasps, which lead the league. But here’s a statistic for USA business people examining a domestic pro league; Wasps averaged 18,660 for home games, which comprises a lot of fans. Yet, this tally represents 57-percent of total capacity of the Ricoh home stadium that seats 32,609. Wasps vs. Saracens drew 30,115, or 82-percent of capacity.

Aviva Teams Return to USA -  AEG announced that the Newport Falcons will play the Saracens on September 15 in Philadelphia’s Talen Stadium.

Men's HSBC World Rugby Sevens, London - Weekend of May 20 and May 21. The final event already won by South Africa. Can Perry Baker win the most tries in the ten-circuit event? USA's Folau Nieu will make his 50th series appearance.

Pool A - RSA, USA, Wales, Kenya

Pool B - Scotland, France, Argentina, Russia

Pool C - NZ, Fiji, Canada, Japan

Pool D - England, Samoa, Australia, Spain

Time of US Games on Saturday (ET)

vs. Wales, 5.58 a.m.

vs. Kenya, 9:04 a.m.

vs. RSA, 2:32 p.m.

Games streamed live at and, The Rugby Channel for subscribers