Western Rugby Union Collegiate Divisions I and II Championships

Western Rugby Union Collegiate Divisions I and II Championships – Saturday and Sunday – 27 and 28 March 2010

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

Venue Details

  • Spectators will be issued wristbands and must wear at all times while in attendance at the tournament.
  • Entry to and exit from the facility must be through controlled access points only. Other exits will be used for emergencies and operational use only.
  • Gates will open 90 minutes prior to the first scheduled match of each day.
  • Team personnel, support staff, and officials will be issued event credentials and must display/present for entry.
  • Individuals (to include team personnel, event staff, spectators, etc.) may re-enter the SAC at any time throughout the two day tournament, provided they present their appropriate mode of entry (credentials or wristband).

Concessions and Merchandise

  • There will be on-site concessions, tournament programs, and event t-shirts for sale throughout the duration of the tournament or while supplies last. Cash or check payments will be accepted.
  • No outside food or drink will be allowed into the complex.

Schedule

Divsion I Women

Seed 1 Seed 2 Seed 3 Seed 4
Texas A&M
College Station, TX

Club Website

University of Colorado
Boulder, CO

Club Website

Air Force
Academy
Colorado Springs, CO

Club Website

University of
New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM

Club Website

Divsion II Women

Seed 1 Seed 2 Seed 3 Seed 4


Wayne State College
Wayne, Nebraska

Club Website

University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY

Club Website

Texas Tech
Lubbock, TX

Club Website

Truman State University
Kirksville, MO

Club Website

Seed 1

Seed 2

Seed 3

Seed 4

Wayne State College
Wayne, Nebraska

Club Website

University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY

Club Website

Texas Tech
Lubbock, TX

Club Website

Truman State University
Kirksville, MO

Club Website

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