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Major League Rugby - Week Five: A weekend schedule for the two contests.
Saturday, May 19 - Houston away at NOLA, 4 p.m. ET. - CBSSN Game of the Week
Sunday, May 20 - Utah away at Seattle, 8:30 p.m. ET - ESPN and Root Sports
- Glendale 4-0
- Seattle 2-1
- San Diego 2-2
- Utah 1-2
- Houston 1-2
- NOLA 1-2
- Austin 1-3
College Rugby 7s Championships - May 18 and May 19, Friday and Saturday, at Inwood Park, Glendale, Colorado. Four Divisions. Games to be streamed on FloRugby.
Men's D1 (16)
Lindenewood*, Missouri, Arizona, Utah, California, Indiana, Notre Dame College, Fordham, Arkansas, Nevada, Grand Canyon, Florida International, Kutztown, Wisconsin, America International, Western Washington
Women's D1 (8)
Lindenewood*, Central Washington, Dartmouth, Penn State, Army, Davenport, Life, Harvard
Men's D2 (12)
UW Whitewater*, Old Dominion, Bloomsburg, William Paterson, Charlotte, Montana State, NC State, Principia, Hartford, St. Louis, Norwich, North Texas
Women's Open (8)
Air Force, Queens, Chico State, Houston State, Princeton, Kennesaw State, Bloomsburg, Texas A&M
(* Denotes defending champion)
Triple Header Coming to Chicago - Soldier Field will host a spectacular day of international rugby November 3, 2018. Playing will be:
1) Noon - New Zealand Black Ferns vs. USA Women Eagles
2) 3 p.m.- Ireland vs. Italy Test Match
3) 5:15 p.m. - New Zealand Maori All Blacks vs. USA Men's Eagles
This will be the third home contest for the Men's Eagles versus the Maori XV. On both past occasions in Philadelphia's Talen Energy Stadium, and, Chicago's Toyota Park, the matches drew 18,000 plus fans. It will be interesting to see the attendance number for the larger, Soldier Field venue, and the offering of three diverse matches in the day.
USA Rugby and TLA Worldwide (TLA), along with partners Chicago Sports Commission (CSC) and Soldier Field, will host the event.
Tickets go on sale, Friday, May 18 at 10 a.m. Central Time at www.therugbyweekend.com.