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This page covers information related to college division competition in 1995.

 

 

 
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1995 College

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  College Championships  
  Date May 27 - 29  
  Location Urbana, IL  
  Open (12) East Carolina  
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The 1995 UPA College Championships took place in Urbana, IL. 

 
 
     

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  • About the teams (not yet available)
  • Full results (not yet available)
Standing School Region
1 East Carolina Mid-Atlantic
2 California-Santa Cruz West
3T North Carolina-Wilmington Mid-Atlantic
3T Stanford West
5T Cornell Northeast
5T Yale Northeast
7T Carleton College Central
7T LSU South
9T Oberlin Central
9T Williams Northeast
11T Georgia South
11T Indiana Central

LSU won the Team Spirit Award.

 

 

 

1995 College Open Division Final:
 
East Carolina   vs
 
California-Santa Cruz 
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  • About the teams (not yet available)
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Standing School Region
1 California-Santa Cruz West
2 Stanford West
3T Colorado Central
3T North Carolina-Wilmington Mid-Atlantic
5T Columbia Northeast
5T Pennsylvania Mid-Atlantic
7T Indiana Central
7T Yale Northeast
9T Carleton College Central
9T Williams Northeast

Yale won the Team Spirit Award. 

 

 

 

1995 College Women's Division Final:
 
California-
Santa Cruz

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

There is coverage of this event in the July 1995 UPA Newsletter.

   
 
 
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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 1995 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 1995 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 1995 season run after the College Championships.
 
  Open Division   Women's Division  
 
Rank Team PR W L Win %
1 East Carolina 1709 36 2 0.947
2 California-Santa Cruz 1685 27 4 0.871
3 North Carolina-Wilmington 1597 32 6 0.842
4 Stanford 1546 18 8 0.692
5 California-Santa Barbara 1501 22 5 0.815
6 Yale 1468 33 8 0.805
7 Carleton College 1435 20 6 0.769
8 Cornell 1423 39 8 0.830
9 Oberlin 1346 32 6 0.842
10 Cal Poly-SLO 1337 9 5 0.643
11 California-Davis 1333 15 10 0.600
12 Las Positas 1320 12 12 0.500
13 North Carolina State 1318 22 6 0.786
14 Kansas 1258 19 3 0.864
15 SUNY-Binghamton 1217 15 11 0.577
16 California-San Diego 1211 10 11 0.476
17 LSU 1168 14 7 0.667
17 Williams 1168 25 17 0.595
19 Carnegie-Mellon 1164 14 8 0.636
20 Wesleyan 1160 21 11 0.656
21 Indiana 1152 22 9 0.710
22 MIT 1144 18 10 0.643
23 Wisconsin 1128 20 8 0.714
24 Iowa State 1117 9 3 0.750
25 Boston College 1095 13 6 0.684
26 Penn State 1076 20 20 0.500
27 Princeton 1075 26 12 0.684
28 Pennsylvania 1067 19 16 0.543
29 Georgia 1062 9 9 0.500
30 California 1022 8 15 0.348
31 Carleton University 1016 5 3 0.625
32 Texas 997 10 7 0.588
33 Oregon 989 7 7 0.500
34 Duke 984 7 6 0.538
35 Dayton 959 13 9 0.591
36 Michigan State 957 6 4 0.600
37 Macalester 954 13 10 0.565
38 Middlebury 950 10 6 0.625
39 Ohio University 949 7 4 0.636
40 Navy 938 18 18 0.500
41 Pomona-Pitzer 931 3 7 0.300
42 Hampshire 930 6 8 0.429
43 Humboldt State 926 2 5 0.286
44 Iowa 922 9 12 0.429
45 SUNY-Buffalo 921 7 6 0.538
46 Michigan 918 8 3 0.727
47 Tennessee 901 7 6 0.538
48 William & Mary 891 12 18 0.400
49 Occidental 886 2 5 0.286
50 Appalachian State 882 4 11 0.267
51 Georgia Tech 861 9 9 0.500
52 Florida State 853 4 4 0.500
53 Clemson 850 11 7 0.611
53 Colorado State 850 10 2 0.833
55 Illinois 846 9 6 0.600
56 Haverford 835 12 19 0.387
57 Purdue 834 14 11 0.560
58 Amherst Regional HS 831 8 2 0.800
59 Vermont 825 4 9 0.308
60 Yale-B 819 11 5 0.688
61 Chicago 806 6 8 0.429
61 Colorado 806 12 12 0.500
61 Stanford-B 806 3 11 0.214
64 Harvard 787 17 17 0.500
65 Oregon State 783 3 6 0.333
66 Vassar 781 6 6 0.500
67 Notre Dame 778 6 12 0.333
68 Nebraska 769 4 4 0.500
69 Virginia 762 2 6 0.250
70 Alabama-Birmingham 756 5 8 0.385
71 Denver 748 11 5 0.688
72 Carleton College-C 746 5 6 0.455
73 Massachusetts 741 7 9 0.438
74 Bucknell 731 3 5 0.375
75 SUNY-Purchase 722 7 18 0.280
76 Amherst 716 5 7 0.417
77 Texas A & M 709 4 7 0.364
78 Grinnell 701 4 4 0.500
79 Arizona State 691 3 6 0.333
80 Columbia 690 9 14 0.391
81 Tufts 688 9 22 0.290
82 Rochester 681 6 16 0.273
83 Swarthmore 679 5 13 0.278
84 Rutgers 662 5 16 0.238
85 Toledo 659 2 11 0.154
86 Boston University 658 9 5 0.643
87 Lehigh 651 7 4 0.636
88 Ball State 621 4 6 0.400
88 Brown 621 7 12 0.368
90 Cincinnati 601 2 10 0.167
91 Wyoming 559 4 9 0.308
92 Alabama 525 2 8 0.200
93 Rensselaer Polytech 518 5 18 0.217
94 Dartmouth 511 0 11 0.000
95 Bowdoin 506 7 8 0.467
96 St Olaf 496 3 10 0.231
97 Brandeis 490 6 8 0.429
98 Redlands 479 1 8 0.111
99 Northwestern 478 1 6 0.143
100 Lafayette 465 3 4 0.429
101 Delaware 454 2 7 0.222
102 Baylor 444 2 9 0.182
103 Syracuse 429 2 5 0.286
104 Drew 399 3 14 0.176
105 Rice 386 2 9 0.182
106 Bates 373 2 5 0.286
107 Northern Colorado 371 4 12 0.250
108 Colorado College 362 2 7 0.222
109 Clark 323 2 10 0.167
110 Rose-Hulman 316 1 12 0.077
111 Cornell-B 314 2 10 0.167
112 Carleton College-B 296 2 5 0.286
113 Worcester Polytech 275 3 8 0.273
114 Johns Hopkins 70 0 8 0.000
115 Bryant 35 1 7 0.125
 
Rank Team PR W L Win %
1 California-Santa Cruz 1780 24 0 1.000
2 Stanford 1683 17 5 0.773
3 California-Santa Barbara 1467 8 6 0.571
4 North Carolina-Wilmington 1377 32 7 0.821
5 California-Davis 1294 6 9 0.400
6 Oregon 1268 7 6 0.538
7 Yale 1247 21 8 0.724
8 Colorado 1214 9 9 0.500
9 Pennsylvania 1172 26 2 0.929
10 California 1131 2 9 0.182
11 Columbia 1098 24 12 0.667
12 Indiana 1077 24 5 0.828
13 Humboldt State 1046 3 3 0.500
14 Williams 1039 16 8 0.667
15 Carleton College 1014 7 5 0.583
16 East Carolina 1003 12 10 0.545
17 Cornell 994 17 8 0.680
18 California-San Diego 916 1 4 0.200
19 Rutgers 912 23 9 0.719
20 Middlebury 823 5 6 0.455
21 Redlands 806 0 7 0.000
22 Brown 788 13 10 0.565
23 Oberlin 783 11 11 0.500
24 Penn State 708 9 14 0.391
25 Dartmouth 684 3 6 0.333
26 Wisconsin 636 3 10 0.231
27 Iowa 596 7 4 0.636
28 William & Mary 569 3 13 0.188
29 Kansas 549 5 5 0.500
30 Rochester 532 2 6 0.250
31 SUNY-Purchase 526 2 6 0.250
32 Purdue 502 3 7 0.300
33 Haverford 486 6 13 0.316
34 Amherst 449 1 6 0.143
35 Appalachian State 426 0 8 0.000
36 Princeton 422 6 18 0.250
37 Swarthmore 375 5 13 0.278
38 Wesleyan 352 1 9 0.100
39 Macalester 303 1 5 0.167
40 Michigan 300 1 5 0.167
41 Massachusetts 282 0 7 0.000
42 Illinois 230 3 9 0.250
43 Drew 195 2 10 0.167
44 Grinnell 83 0 5 0.000
 
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