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This page covers information related to college division competition in 1991.

 

 

 
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1991 College

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  College Championships  
  Date May 28 - 30  
  Location Madison, WI  
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The 1991 UPA College Championships took place in Madison, WI. 

 
 
     

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  • About the teams (not yet available)
  • Full results (not yet available)
Standing School Region
1 California-Santa Cruz West
2 North Carolina-Wilmington Mid-Atlantic
3 California-Santa Barbara West
4 Cornell Northeast
5 Pennsylvania Mid-Atlantic
6 Carleton College Central
7T Boston College Northeast
7T Georgia South
7T Wisconsin Central
10 East Carolina Mid Atlantic
11T Georgia Tech South
11T Kansas Central

Boston College won the Team Spirit Award for Pool A, and there was a two-way tie in Pool B between Cornell and Georgia Tech.  This award was voted on after pool play.

 

 

 

1991 College Open Division Final:
 
California-
Santa Cruz
  vs
 
North Carolina-
Wilmington
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  • About the teams (not yet available)
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Standing School Region
1 California-Santa Barbara West
2 California West
3T Carleton College Central
3T Cornell Northeast
5T North Carolina-Wilmington Mid-Atlantic
5T Virginia Mid-Atlantic
7T Columbia Northeast
7T Kansas Central
9T Carnegie Mellon Mid-Atlantic
9T Tufts Northeast

Kansas won the Team Spirit Award for Pool A, and there was a five-way tie in Pool B between California, Carleton College, Carnegie-Mellon, Columbia, and North Carolina-Wilmington.  This award was voted on after pool play. 

 

 

 

1991 College Women's Division Final:
 
California-
Santa Barbara

 
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California
 
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This section will contain links to internal and external articles related to the event.

There is a recap of this event in the UPA Newsletter following the event, and it will be made available after it is scanned.

   
 
 
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Teams were from one of 5 regions: Northeast (N); Mid-Atlantic (M); South (S); Central (C); West (W).
 
Information about events prior to the championship is not yet available.

If you have any other information regarding 1991 College Regionals, please contact archives@usaultimate.org.
 
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Information about events prior to the championship is not yet available.
 
If you have any other information regarding 1991 College Sectionals, please contact archives@usaultimate.org.
 

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Although there was not yet a formalized regular season, many teams participated in events prior to the series.
 
 

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Developed in 1987 by Sholom Simon, the UPA College Rankings rankings utilized a computer algorithm based loosely on a formula borrowed from the U.S Chess Federation. 
 
Below are the final rankings for the 1991 season run after the College Championships.
 
  Open Division   Women's Division  
 
Rank Team PR W L Win %
1 California-Santa Cruz 1713 24 4 0.857
2 North Carolina-Wilmington 1623 21 3 0.875
3 California-Santa Barbara 1475 22 6 0.786
4 Stanford 1413 10 5 0.667
5 Cornell 1371 22 7 0.759
6 Humboldt State 1344 9 4 0.692
7 Wesleyan 1331 24 4 0.857
8 Pennsylvania 1327 28 6 0.824
9 Carleton College 1315 19 2 0.905
10 Cal Poly-SLO 1278 13 0 1.000
11 Las Positas 1255 14 0 1.000
12 California-Davis 1249 8 9 0.471
13 Boston College 1232 16 7 0.696
14 California 1226 8 0 1.000
15 East Carolina 1212 11 3 0.786
16 Wisconsin 1196 16 9 0.640
17 Vermont 1177 20 9 0.690
18 Georgia 1158 9 3 0.750
19 Harvard 1154 19 1 0.950
20 Miami (Ohio) 1107 10 3 0.769
21 Virginia 1085 17 6 0.739
22 SUNY-Binghamton 1062 14 2 0.875
23 SUNY-Albany 1041 14 0 1.000
24 Hampshire 1036 8 1 0.889
25 Columbia 1021 15 1 0.938
26 Tufts 1011 14 0 1.000
27 Haverford 987 15 5 0.750
28 Navy 982 11 3 0.786
29 Rutgers 972 9 6 0.600
30 Georgia Tech 966 5 6 0.455
31 Kansas 952 6 6 0.500
32 Northwestern 923 5 5 0.500
33 Carnegie-Mellon 850 6 3 0.667
34 Princeton 840 7 0 1.000
35 Vassar 815 5 8 0.385
36 California-San Diego 813 11 8 0.579
37 Bucknell 807 7 5 0.583
38 Ohlone College 771 0 0 n/a
39 SUNY-Purchase 757 4 3 0.571
40 San Diego State 736 7 0 1.000
41 Penn State 729 4 8 0.333
42 Oberlin 681 7 6 0.538
43 Drew 666 3 8 0.273
44 Dartmouth 625 1 9 0.100
45 Massachusetts 614 2 1 0.667
46 Occidental 497 3 2 0.600
47 Yale 368 1 0 1.000
48 Trinity 333 0 0 n/a
 
Rank Team PR W L Win %
1 California-Santa Barbara 1770 25 2 0.926
2 California 1581 21 6 0.778
3 Oregon 1443 4 4 0.500
4 Cornell 1362 12 4 0.750
5 Carleton College 1319 9 2 0.818
6 North Carolina-Wilmington 1316 25 3 0.893
7 Humboldt State 1179 2 6 0.250
8 Virginia 1141 12 9 0.571
9 Stanford 1095 3 6 0.333
10 Cal Poly-SLO 1036 1 7 0.125
11 Columbia 1018 10 7 0.588
12 California-Santa Cruz 981 1 9 0.100
13 Kansas 967 5 7 0.417
14 Wisconsin 931 3 3 0.500
15 Carnegie-Mellon 862 12 9 0.571
16 California-Davis 815 1 7 0.125
17 Tufts 795 5 7 0.417
18 East Carolina 750 2 7 0.222
19 Pennsylvania 677 10 2 0.833
20 Rutgers 577 8 2 0.800
21 Oberlin 555 2 3 0.400
22 SUNY-Purchase 384 0 7 0.000
23 Drew 317 2 5 0.286
24 Wesleyan 181 1 4 0.200
25 Princeton 45 0 8 0.000
 
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