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This page covers information related to college division competition in 1998.

1998 marked the final year with only 5 regions, as the college division expanded to 8 regions in 1999. 

 

 
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1998 College

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  College Championships  
  Date May 29 - 31  
  Location Blaine, MN  
  Open (16) California-Santa Barbara  
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  Date Apr 26 - May 10  
       
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The 1998 UPA College Championships took place in Blaine, MN. 

 
 
     

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  • About the teams (not yet available)
  • Full results (not yet available)
Standing School Region
1 California-Santa Barbara West
2 Stanford West
3T Brown Northeast
3T North Carolina State Mid-Atlantic
5T Carleton College Central
5T Colorado Central
7T Harvard Northeast
7T LSU South
9T East Carolina Mid-Atlantic
9T Iowa Central
11T Rice South
11T Yale Northeast

 

 

 

 

1998 College Open Division Final:
 
California-
Santa Barbara
  vs
 
Stanford
20   17


 

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  • About the teams (not yet available)
  • Full results (not yet available)
Standing School Region
1 Stanford West
2 Carleton College Central
3T Oregon West
3T Yale Northeast
5T Cornell Northeast
5T North Carolina-Wilmington Mid-Atlantic
7T Indiana Central
7T Rutgers Mid-Atlantic
9T Georgia South
9T MIT Northeast
11T Rice South
11T Wisconsin Central

 

 

 

 

1998 College Women's Division Final:
 
Stanford
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Carleton College
19   18

 

 

 

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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).
 
1998 marked the final year with only 5 regions, as the college division expanded to 8 regions in 1999. 
 
Sectionals took place on the following dates: April 25 - 26, May 2 - 3, May 9 - 10.
 
Information about events prior to the championship is not yet available.

If you have any other information regarding 1998 College Regionals, please contact archives@usaultimate.org.
 
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Sectionals took place on the following dates: April 11 -12, April 18 - 19, April 25 - 26.
 
Information about events prior to the championship is not yet available.
 
If you have any other information regarding 1998 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 1998 season run after the College Championships.
 
  Open Division   Women's Division  
 
Rank Team PR W L Win %
1 California-Santa Barbara 1874 35 3 0.921
2 Stanford 1842 29 6 0.829
3 Colorado 1676 48 6 0.889
4 North Carolina State 1661 32 9 0.780
5 Carleton College 1622 38 7 0.844
6 California-San Diego 1587 32 11 0.744
7 British Columbia 1536 15 5 0.750
8 Las Positas 1497 14 9 0.609
9 Brown 1493 34 7 0.829
10 California-Santa Cruz 1474 21 11 0.656
11 East Carolina 1428 25 10 0.714
12 Humboldt State 1407 15 6 0.714
13 Harvard 1389 37 8 0.822
14 California-Davis 1387 19 10 0.655
15 Iowa 1379 28 10 0.737
16 Georgia 1373 21 9 0.700
17 LSU 1346 13 7 0.650
18 Washington 1337 18 8 0.692
19 Wisconsin 1327 20 9 0.690
20 Tennessee 1317 24 6 0.800
21 Notre Dame 1308 25 11 0.694
22 Yale 1275 19 14 0.576
23 Dartmouth 1270 25 7 0.781
24 Princeton 1264 38 5 0.884
25 Rice 1248 18 12 0.600
26 Northern Arizona 1237 10 5 0.667
27 Victoria 1211 2 5 0.286
28 St Olaf 1200 15 2 0.882
29 Williams 1187 16 11 0.593
30 Michigan 1184 22 9 0.710
31 Clemson 1182 21 11 0.656
32 North Carolina 1164 9 8 0.529
33 Colorado State 1151 20 8 0.714
34 Georgia Tech 1142 14 17 0.452
35 Oberlin 1139 20 14 0.588
36 Lehigh 1127 18 9 0.667
37 Ohio University 1118 11 4 0.733
38 Massachusetts 1101 24 10 0.706
39 Rensselaer Polytech 1099 22 14 0.611
40 Cornell 1097 23 11 0.676
41 Kansas 1090 13 20 0.394
42 California 1065 12 21 0.364
43 UCLA 1064 9 9 0.500
44 Occidental 1060 10 8 0.556
44 Oregon State 1060 4 7 0.364
46 Indiana 1047 18 12 0.600
47 Oregon 1046 7 12 0.368
48 Winona State 1030 25 16 0.610
49 Macalester 1014 12 12 0.500
50 Tufts 1011 22 14 0.611
51 Caltech 1001 3 5 0.375
52 Columbia 999 13 15 0.464
53 North Carolina-Wilmington 993 10 12 0.455
54 Illinois 990 24 12 0.667
54 Stanford-B 990 14 17 0.452
56 Pomona 987 8 9 0.471
57 Salisbury 971 19 12 0.613
58 Pennsylvania 953 22 22 0.500
59 McGill 948 6 4 0.600
60 San Diego State 941 3 7 0.300
61 Wesleyan 936 8 8 0.500
62 Texas 931 8 5 0.615
63 Haverford 929 18 19 0.486
64 Air Force 920 6 9 0.400
64 Vermont 920 6 8 0.429
66 Amherst Regional HS 916 5 4 0.556
67 Virginia Tech 913 8 6 0.571
68 Bucknell 908 15 16 0.484
68 Virginia 908 6 8 0.429
70 Cal Poly-SLO 901 4 11 0.267
71 Duke 898 6 11 0.353
72 Nebraska 892 4 6 0.400
73 Washington-B 890 2 14 0.125
74 Washington University 886 8 10 0.444
75 Rochester 869 11 12 0.478
76 Dayton 861 16 6 0.727
77 Idaho State 859 2 6 0.250
78 William & Mary 850 9 18 0.333
79 Miami (Ohio) 842 10 9 0.526
80 Carleton College-C 823 8 8 0.500
81 Delaware 821 16 8 0.667
82 Minnesota-Duluth 813 8 9 0.471
83 MIT 811 14 14 0.500
84 Colorado-B 803 5 8 0.385
85 SUNY-Albany 797 8 12 0.400
86 Chicago 787 8 8 0.500
87 Purdue 779 10 8 0.556
88 Carnegie-Mellon 771 20 22 0.476
89 Swarthmore 770 16 16 0.500
90 Amherst 765 7 9 0.438
90 Emory 765 3 6 0.333
92 Arizona 756 1 7 0.125
92 Wyoming 756 5 4 0.556
94 Penn State 748 13 18 0.419
95 Syracuse 731 8 20 0.286
96 Vassar 714 6 10 0.375
97 Grinnell 711 6 5 0.545
98 California-San Diego-B 700 3 23 0.115
99 California-Davis-B 698 4 21 0.160
100 Michigan State 694 3 4 0.429
101 New Hampshire 688 4 6 0.400
102 Middlebury 669 6 15 0.286
103 Brandeis 662 11 7 0.611
104 Richmond 658 2 8 0.200
105 Baylor 650 3 14 0.176
106 Minnesota 646 6 18 0.250
107 Iowa State 636 3 5 0.375
108 Texas A & M 635 4 10 0.286
109 Rutgers 628 3 19 0.136
110 Maryland 613 13 18 0.419
111 Hope College 612 3 4 0.429
112 Brown-B 607 4 7 0.364
113 Bowdoin 594 2 7 0.222
114 California-Santa Barbara-B 577 3 17 0.150
115 Boston College 569 3 16 0.158
115 Fordham 569 7 11 0.389
117 Yale-B 560 5 6 0.455
118 Navy 557 7 20 0.259
119 Dartmouth-B 533 7 4 0.636
120 Northwestern 528 6 27 0.182
121 George Washington 526 11 13 0.458
122 Wisconsin-Stout 522 0 9 0.000
123 Rose-Hulman 508 4 14 0.222
124 Worcester Polytech 506 10 6 0.625
125 Boston University 505 5 11 0.313
126 Michigan-B 497 2 9 0.182
127 Hampshire 477 1 8 0.111
128 Wisconsin-La Crosse 468 4 10 0.286
129 Ohio State 455 4 12 0.250
130 Case Western Reserve 444 2 15 0.118
131 Ft Lewis 425 1 13 0.071
132 Wheaton College 418 5 3 0.625
133 Flagler 394 1 7 0.125
134 SUNY-Binghamton 376 1 7 0.125
135 Northern Iowa 371 3 6 0.333
136 Bradley 328 1 7 0.125
137 Augustana 272 1 15 0.063
138 Penn State-B 208 0 7 0.000
139 St Mary's (Maryland) 184 0 9 0.000
140 Rhode Island 144 4 12 0.250
141 Towson 125 1 6 0.143
142 Holy Cross 97 3 6 0.333
143 Bridgewater State 74 5 8 0.385
144 American 35 0 7 0.000
145 Maine-Farmington -94 1 7 0.125
 
Rank Team PR W L Win %
1 Stanford 1689 38 0 1.000
2 Carleton College 1572 19 5 0.792
3 North Carolina-Wilmington 1379 24 4 0.857
4 Cornell 1375 26 6 0.813
5 Oregon 1304 26 6 0.813
6 Yale 1286 28 7 0.800
7 British Columbia 1260 9 6 0.600
8 California 1228 18 12 0.600
9 California-Santa Cruz 1176 16 9 0.640
10 Rutgers 1118 26 8 0.765
11 Indiana 1101 23 11 0.676
12 MIT 1085 24 10 0.706
13 Brown 1061 33 10 0.767
14 East Carolina 1049 14 7 0.667
14 Pennsylvania 1049 22 10 0.688
16 Georgia 1025 6 8 0.429
17 Wisconsin 1007 18 8 0.692
18 California-San Diego 991 16 16 0.500
19 Dartmouth 966 10 5 0.667
19 Princeton 966 17 8 0.680
21 Las Positas 946 8 11 0.421
22 Colorado 908 9 20 0.310
23 Swarthmore 895 14 12 0.538
24 California-Santa Barbara 893 8 13 0.381
25 Duke 884 6 3 0.667
26 Notre Dame 843 15 8 0.652
27 Tufts 841 22 11 0.667
28 North Carolina 808 7 7 0.500
29 Clemson 787 3 5 0.375
30 Amherst 762 6 7 0.462
31 Oberlin 735 7 13 0.350
32 Wesleyan 723 9 12 0.429
33 Columbia 704 9 16 0.360
34 Victoria 697 3 5 0.375
35 Stanford-B 680 4 14 0.222
36 Rice 662 0 12 0.000
37 Middlebury 627 5 9 0.357
38 Chicago 609 4 4 0.500
39 Wellesley 604 5 13 0.278
40 Michigan 549 5 8 0.385
40 William & Mary 549 3 8 0.273
42 Penn State 514 5 16 0.238
43 Rensselaer Polytech 498 6 9 0.400
44 Washington 495 0 8 0.000
45 Occidental 489 0 7 0.000
46 Virginia 472 3 5 0.375
47 Rochester 450 2 13 0.133
48 Smith 441 1 6 0.143
49 Syracuse 432 2 8 0.200
50 Williams 414 1 8 0.111
51 SUNY-Binghamton 411 2 7 0.222
52 Bucknell 392 5 9 0.357
52 Delaware 392 1 13 0.071
54 Haverford 373 4 12 0.250
55 Macalester 372 1 9 0.100
56 Purdue 344 1 9 0.100
57 Harvard 325 1 10 0.091
58 Maryland 294 0 7 0.000
59 Brown-B 263 4 12 0.250
60 Massachusetts 96 0 7 0.000
 
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Brian Harriford (LSU)
1998 Callahan winner, Open Division

 

Andrea Johnson (Stanford)
1998 Callahan winner, Women's Division


For more information about the award, visit 
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