The field is set for the 2014 USA Rugby Emirates Airline Men’s and Women’s Club 7s National Championships, as 32 teams from across the United States will converge on Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila, Wash., for two full days of rugby sevens action Aug. 9-10.
The event will be hosted by Seattle OPSB Rugby, who is now an affiliate club of Saracens, now known as Seattle Saracens. In 2013, Seattle tied the record for most Men’s Club 7s championship titles by earning its sixth championship.
The United States will once again be represented by both an east coast and west coast team at Premiership Rugby’s World Club Sevens this year after Seattle defeated San Diego in the inaugural Elite City Sevens Final Saturday.
The Life Running Eagles won their second Men’s Division I Club Championship Saturday at the 2014 USA Rugby Emirates Airline Club National Championships with a 39-7 defeat of New Orleans Rugby Football Club.
Oregon Sports Union scored five first-half tries against Chicago North Shore in a 48-10 victory to win the Women’s Division I Club Championship in its first attempt at the 2014 USA Rugby Emirates Airline Club National Championships in Madison, Wis., Saturday.