April 24, 2024

CRC Preview: Women’s Division II

Roger Williams and Wisconsin Eau Claire could be destined for a clash of champions. The Hawks have won three straight CRC titles, while the Blugolds have won back-to-back 15s national championships. Eau Claire has finished second and fourth in the last two CRCs, respectively, and is seeking a first 7s championship.

Roger Williams boasts a trio of All Americans. Natalie Comiskey was named MVP of the CRC last year for her mercurial freshman performance, and standouts Sarah Gray and Emma Wright return for their senior campaigns. Eau Claire will lean on four All Americans; Izzy Currie, Megan Ludy, Cerys Ridd and Calla Dexheimer.

The University of Texas San Antonio also looks like a contender, finishing second in the Lone Star Conference amid a pack of Division I clubs. The Roadrunners went 2-2 at the CRC last year, finishing in seventh place. 

South Florida enters as an at-large selection from the Florida Collegiate Conference, as the Bulls make their CRC debut. Syracuse, Coast Guard, New Hampshire, Fairfield and Arkansas are also making their first appearances in the tournament. 

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