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History: Women’s DI College Champions

  • 01 Jan 2016
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USA Rugby long presided over women’s DI colleges, but that oversight ended in 2020. Beginning with the 2021-22 school year, most, but not all, DI programs aligned with the College Rugby Association of America, which is a partner of USA Rugby. There are also DI programs competing in National Collegiate Rugby.

Year + season – 1st, 2nd
2022 Spring – BYU, Virginia Tech
2021 Fall – Navy, Davenport

2021 Spring – CLD BY COVID-19
2020 Fall – CLD BY COVID-19

2020 Spring – CLD BY COVID-19
2019 Fall – Air Force, Navy

2019 Spring – BYU, Virginia Tech
2018 Fall – Air Force, Davenport

2018 Spring – Chico State, Central Florida
2017 Fall – Davenport, Notre Dame

2017 Spring – UC Davis, Notre Dame College
2016 Fall – Air Force, UCONN

2016 Spring – UC Davis, UVA
2015 Fall – UCONN, Air Force

The last USA Rugby DI College National Championship occurred in spring 2015. Going forward, DI championships were contested in the fall and spring, and thus named two different champions per school year. Those two champs do not play each other in a culminating DI national final.

Year – 1st, 2nd
2015 – Penn State, Central Washington
2014 – Penn State, Stanford
2013 – Penn State, Norwich
2012 – Penn State, Stanford
2011 – Army, Penn State
2010 – Penn State, Stanford
2009 – Penn State, Stanford
2008 – Stanford, Penn State
2007 – Penn State, Stanford
2006 – Stanford, Penn State
2005 – Stanford, Penn State
2004 – Penn State, Princeton
2003 – Air Force, Illinois
2002 – Air Force, Penn State
2001 – Chico State, Penn State
2000 – Penn State, Princeton
1999 – Stanford, Princeton
1998 – Radcliffe, Penn State
1997 – Penn State, Princeton
1996 – Princeton, Penn State
1995 – Princeton, Penn State
1994 – Air Force, Boston College
1993 – Connecticut, Air Force
1992 – Boston College, UCONN
1991 – Air Force, Boston College

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