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List of results for the National Collegiate Rugby Championships which began in 1980.[1] The 1984–1988 and 1990 editions were played in conjunction with the Annual Pebble Beach Rugby Classic.

Contents

1 1980 2 1981 3 1982 4 1983 5 1984 6 1985 7 1986 8 1987 9 1988 10 1989 11 1990 12 1991–present 13 References 14 See also

1980[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

May 17 – Davenport, IA

 California (Pacific)  15  

 Navy (East)  0  

 

May 18 – Davenport, IA

     California  15

   Air Force  9

Third place

May 17 – Davenport, IA

May 18 – Davenport, IA

 Air Force (West)  15

 Illinois  15

 Illinois (Midwest)  4  

 Navy  0

1981[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

May 10 – Dayton, OH

 California (Pacific)  29  

 Kansas State (West)  15  

 

May 11 – Dayton, OH

     California  6

   Harvard  3

Third place

May 10 – Dayton, OH

May 11 – Dayton, OH

 Harvard (East)  25

 Miami  10

 Miami (Midwest)  7  

 Kansas State  0

1982[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

May 8 – Greeley, CO

 California (Pacific)  19  

 Michigan (Midwest)  8  

 

May 9 – Greeley, CO

     California  15

   Life College  14

Third place

May 8 – Greeley, CO

May 9 – Greeley, CO

 Life College (East)  34

 Michigan  26

 New Mexico State (West)  11  

 New Mexico State  3

1983[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

May 7 – Athens, GA

 California (Pacific)  20  

 Illinois (Midwest)  0  

 

May 8 – Athens, GA

     California  13

   Air Force  3

Third place

May 7 – Athens, GA

May 8 – Athens, GA

 Air Force (West)  6

 Navy  32

 Navy (East)  3  

 Illinois  3

1984[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

May 18 – Pebble Beach, CA

 Harvard (East)  15  

 Long Beach (Pacific)  11  

 

May 19 – Pebble Beach, CA

     Harvard  12

   Colorado  4

Third place

May 18 – Pebble Beach, CA

May 19 – Pebble Beach, CA

 Colorado (West)  18

 Long Beach  9

 Miami (Midwest)  0  

 Miami  6

1985[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

May 4 – Pebble Beach, CA

 California (Pacific)  39  

 Colorado (West)  21  

 

May 5 – Pebble Beach, CA

     California  31

   Maryland  6

Third place

May 4 – Pebble Beach, CA

May 5 – Pebble Beach, CA

 Maryland (East)  19

 Colorado  26

 Illinois (Midwest)  14  

 Illinois  8

1986[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

May 3 – Pebble Beach, CA

 Air Force (West)  4  

 Dartmouth (East)  18  

 

May 4 – Pebble Beach, CA

     California  6

   Dartmouth  4

Third place

May 3 – Pebble Beach, CA

May 4 – Pebble Beach, CA

 Bowling Green (Midwest)  14

 Air Force  13

 California (Pacific)  31  

 Bowling Green  9

1987[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

May 2 – Pebble Beach, CA

 Bowling Green (Midwest)  8  

 Air Force (West)  15  

 

May 3 – Pebble Beach, CA

     Air Force  9

   San Diego State  10

Third place

May 2 – Pebble Beach, CA

May 3 – Pebble Beach, CA

 Dartmouth (East)  6

 Bowling Green  23

 San Diego State (Pacific)  22  

 Dartmouth  7

1988[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

April 30 – Pebble Beach, CA

 California (Pacific)  19  

 Air Force (West)  10  

 

May 1 – Pebble Beach, CA

     California  9

   Dartmouth  3

Third place

April 30 – Pebble Beach, CA

May 1 – Pebble Beach, CA

 Dartmouth (East)  25

 Air Force  32

 Bowling Green (Midwest)  13  

 Bowling Green  0

1989[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

May 6 – Colorado Springs, CO

 Air Force (West)  17  

 Army (East)  16  

 

May 7 – Colorado Springs, CO

     Air Force  25

   Long Beach  7

Third place

May 6 – Colorado Springs, CO

May 7 – Colorado Springs, CO

 Long Beach (Pacific)  18

 Army  38

 Penn State (Midwest)  9  

 Penn State  10

What Happened to DU they beat Air Force in 1990 also in 1989 they beat Army both years should reflect Denver University as National Champions 1990[edit]

Semi-finals

Final

May 5 – Pebble Beach, CA

 Air Force (West)  37  

 Ohio State (Midwest)  32  

 

May 6 – Pebble Beach, CA

     Air Force  18

   Army  12

Third place

May 5 – Pebble Beach, CA

May 6 – Pebble Beach, CA

 Long Beach (Pacific)  19

 Ohio State  7

 Army (East)  20  

 Long Beach  3

1991–present[edit]

National Men's Collegiate Rugby Championships

Season Champion Runner-Up Third

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004 California Cal Poly-SLO Air Force

2003 Air Force Harvard California

2002 California Utah Army

2001 California Penn State Navy

2000 California Wyoming Indiana, PA (IUP)

1999 California Penn State Navy

1998 California Stanford Navy

1997 California Stanford Cal-Davis

1996 California Penn State Stanford

1995 California Air Force Penn State

1994 California Navy Air Force

1993 California Air Force Harvard

1992 California Army Air Force

1991 California Army Ohio State

1990 Air Force Army Ohio State

1989 Air Force Long Beach Army

1988 California Dartmouth Air Force

1987 San Diego State Air Force Bowling Green

1986 California Dartmouth Air Force

1985 California Maryland Colorado

1984 Harvard Colorado Long Beach

1983 California Air Force Navy

1982 California Life College Michigan

1981 California Harvard Miami, OH

1980 California Air Force Illinois

References[edit]

^ White, Don (May 18, 1980). "Ruggers battle in rain, muck". Quad-City Times, p.1B

See also[edit]

Collegiate Rugby Championship College Premier Divi

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