Complete Match Schedule
|July 30||Canada v England||29 - 25||University of Northern Colorado - Greeley, CO|
|July 30||USA v South Africa||35 - 22||University of Northern Colorado - Greeley, CO|
|August 4||England v South Africa||18 - 17||University of Northern Colorado - Greeley, CO|
|August 4||USA v Canada||29 - 17||University of Northern Colorado - Greeley, CO|
|August 7||Canada v South Africa||53 - 17||University of Northern Colorado - Greeley, CO|
|August 7||USA v England||21 - 36||University of Northern Colorado - Greeley, CO|
|August 10||USA v South Africa (3rd)||61-5||Infinity Park - Glendale, CO|
|August 10||Canada v England (Final)||27-13||Infinity Park - Glendale, CO|
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