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Denver Sevens Rugby Tournament History

Denver 7s Tournament 1980 to 1999

1996-2000 No Denver Tournament (multi week series)

1995 Denver 7s – June 24 Denver University

2 Fields, 13 Teams, 1 state.  Director: J. Godsman & H. Kent
1995 photo link
Men’s & Collegiate 13 teams – 
  1st Place Denver Highlanders (CO)
  2nd Place Denver Barbarians (CO)
  MVP:  

1994 Denver 7s – May 29 Observatory Park

1 Field, 16 Teams, 1 state.  Director: D. Garcia & H. Kent
1994 photo link
Men’s & Collegiate 16 teams – 
  1st Place Vail (CO)
  2nd Place
  MVP:  

1993 Denver 7s – Date  Park

Fields,  Teams, state.  Director: 
1993 photo link
Men’s & Collegiate  teams – 
  1st Place Gentlemen of Aspen (CO
  2nd Place
  MVP:  

1992 Denver 7s – June 6  Cook Park

4 Fields,  26 Teams, 3 states.  Director: 
1992 photo link
Men’s & Collegiate  26 teams – 
  1st Place Gentlemen of Aspen (CO)
  2nd Place Denver Barbarians (CO)
  MVP:  

1991 Denver 7s – May 26  Cook Park

4 Fields, 27 Teams, 6 states.  Director: M. McConville 
Men’s & Collegiate  27 teams – 
  1st Place Boulder (CO)
  2nd Place Gentlemen of Aspen (CO)
  MVP:  

1990 Denver 7s – May 27  Washington Park

4 Fields,  28 Teams, 4 states.  Director: A. Jordan 
Men’s & Collegiate  28 teams – 
  1st Place Tempe Old Devils (AZ)
  2nd Place Denver Barbarians (CO)
  MVP:  
U 10s 2 teams  

1989 Denver 7s – May 28 Washington Park

6 Fields,  ?? Teams, 8 states.  Director: P. Cummins
Men’s & Collegiate  31 teams – 8 states
  1st Place Denver Barbarians (CO)
  2nd Place Denver Highlanders (CO)
  MVP:  
Boys HS 12 teams – 
  1st Place Arvada West
  2nd Place Regis Denver
Old Boys  teams –
  1st Place Denver Highlanders
  2nd Place Wineland’s Whiners

1988 Denver 7s – May 29 Washington Park

6 Fields, 44 Teams, 9 states.  Director: P. Cummins, M. McConville, J. York
Men’s & Collegiate 32 teams – 9 states
  1st Place Gentlemen of Aspen (CO)
  2nd Place Denver Barbarians (CO)
  MVP:  
Boys HS 12 teams – 3 states
  1st Place Pembroke (MO)
  2nd Place Denver South

1987 Denver 7s – May 24 Washington Park

6 Fields, 47 Teams, 7 states.  Director: J. Godsman, M. McConville, J. York
Men’s & Collegiate 35 teams – 6 states
  1st Place Gentlemen of Aspen (CO)
  2nd Place Littleton Harlequins (CO) RFC
  MVP:  
Boys HS 12 teams – 3 states
  1st Place Arvada
  2nd Place

1986 Denver 7s – May 25 Washington Park

6 Fields, 39 Teams, 7 states.  Director: J. Godsman
Men’s & Collegiate 39 teams – 
  1st Place Denver Barbarians (CO)
  2nd Place Boulder (CO)
  MVP: Dave Poquette - Denver Barbarians 

1985 Denver 7s – May 26 Washington Park

6 Fields, 43 Teams, 8 states.  Director: M. McConville & R. Neppl
Men’s & Collegiate 43 teams – 
  1st Place Denver Highlanders (CO)
  2nd Place
  MVP:  

1984 Denver 7s – May 27 Washington Park

6 Fields, 48 Teams, 7 states.  Director: M. McConville & J. York
Men’s & Collegiate 48 teams – 
  1st Place Denver Barbarians (CO)
  2nd Place Dallas Reds (TX)
  MVP:  

1983 Denver 7s – May 29 Washington Park

6 Fields,  44 Teams,  6 states.  Director: J. York
Men’s & Collegiate  44 teams – 
  1st Place Denver Barbarians (CO)
  2nd Place  Dallas Reds (TX)
  MVP:  

1982 Denver 7s – May 30 Washington Park

6 Fields, 48 Teams, 9 states.  Director: J. York, M. McConville
Men’s & Collegiate 48 teams – 
  1st Place Denver Highlanders (CO)
  2nd Place  Dallas Reds (TX)
  MVP:  

1981 Denver 7s – May 24 Washington Park

6 Fields, 48 Teams, 10 states.  Director: M. McConville
Men’s & Collegiate 48 teams – 
  1st Place Dallas Reds (TX)
  2nd Place
  MVP:  

1980 Denver 7s – May 25  Washington Park

Fields, 38 Teams, 10 states & Germany.  Director: M. Conley
Men’s & Collegiate 38 teams – 
  1st Place Manhattan Beach (CA)
  2nd Place
  MVP:  

Men’s Champions 1968 to present:

2016 Utah (UT) National Development Academy
2015 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
2014 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
2013 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
2012 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
2011 Houston Woodlands (TX) Exiles RFC

2010 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC 
2009 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
2008 Gentlemen of Aspen (CO) RFC
2007 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC 
2006 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
2005 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
2004 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
2003 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
2002 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
2001 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC

1996 - 2000 No Denver Tournament (multi week series)
1995 Denver (CO) Highlanders
1994 Vail (CO) RFC
1993 Gentlemen of Aspen (CO) RFC
1992 Gentlemen of Aspen (CO) RFC
1991 Boulder (CO) RFC
1990 Tempe (AZ) Old Devils RFC

1989 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
1988 Gentlemen of Aspen (CO) RFC
1987 Gentlemen of Aspen (CO) RFC
1986 Denver (CO Barbarians RFC
1985 Denver (CO) Highlanders RFC
1984 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
1983 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
1982 Denver (CO) Highlanders RFC
1981 Dallas (TX) Reds RFC
1980 Manhattan Beach (CA) BSRC

1979 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
1978 Manhattan Beach (CA) BSRC
1977 Albuquerque Aardvarks (NM) RFC
1976 Manhattan Beach (CA) BSRC
1976 Manhattan Beach (CA) BSRC
1975 Albuquerque Aardvarks (NM) RFC
1974 Des Moines (IA) RFC
1973 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
1972 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC
1971 Air Force Academy (CO) RFC
1970 Denver (CO) Barbarians RFC

1969 Air Force Academy (CO) RFC
1968 Colorado School of Mines RFC