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This page covers information related to college division competition in 1999.

1999 marked the first year in the 8 region structure, a new format for the College Championships, and a new wildcard structure for the championships (50% strength, 50% size)

With this change to 8 regions, the # of womens teams was to be either 12 or 14, depending on team participation levels in the eight regions.

 
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1999 College

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  College Championships  
  Date May 28 - 30  
  Location Boulder, CO  
  Open (16) North Carolina State  
  Womens (12) Stanford  
       
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  Date Apr 24 - May 8  
       
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  Date Apr 10 - 18   
       
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The 1999 UPA College Championships took place in Boulder, CO. 

 
 
     

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  • About the teams (not yet available)
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Standing School Region
1 North Carolina State Atlantic Coast
2 California-Santa Barbara Southwest
3T Brown New England
3T Carleton College Central
5T California-Santa Cruz Northwest
5T Colorado Southwest
5T North Carolina Atlantic Coast
5T Stanford Northwest
9T Cornell Metro East
9T Iowa Central
9T Michigan Great Lakes
9T Yale New England
13T Kansas South
13T Oberlin Great Lakes
13T Rice South
13T Salisbury Metro East

 

 

 

 

1999 College Open Division Final:
 
 
North Carolina State   vs
 
California-
Santa Barbara
16   14


 

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  • About the teams (not yet available)
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Standing School Region
1 Stanford Northwest
2 Carleton College Central
3T Brown New England
3T Georgia Atlantic Coast
5T British Columbia Northwest
5T California-San Diego Southwest
7T Swarthmore Metro East
7T Yale New England
9T Illinois Great Lakes
9T Princeton Metro East
11T Kansas South
11T Minnesota Central

 

 

 

 

1999 College Women's Division Final:
 
 
Stanford
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Carleton College
17   9

 

 

 

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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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In 1998, the players voted to expanded the UPA College regional layout to eight regions (it had been 5 since the start of the division in 1984).  Teams were from one of 8 newly drawn regions: Atlantic Coast (AC); Central (CN); Great Lakes (GL); Metro East (ME); New England (NE); Northwest (NW); South (SO); Southwest (SW).
 
Regionals were to take place on one of the following weekends: April 24 - 25, April 30 - May 1, or May 8 - 9.
 
Information about events prior to the championship is not yet available.

If you have any other information regarding 1999 College Regionals, please contact archives@usaultimate.org.
 
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Sectionals were scheduled to take place on April 10 - 11 or April 17 - 18.
 
Information about events prior to the championship is not yet available.
 
If you have any other information regarding 1999 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 1999 season run after the College Championships.
 
  Open Division   Women's Division  
 
Rank Team Region PR W L Win %
1 North Carolina State AC 1763 37 2 0.949
2 California-Santa Barbara SW 1758 39 2 0.951
3 Brown NE 1702 31 2 0.939
4 Carleton College CN 1670 33 4 0.892
5 Colorado SW 1665 30 4 0.882
6 Stanford NW 1662 35 7 0.833
7 California-Santa Cruz NW 1564 31 12 0.721
8 California-San Diego SW 1531 32 11 0.744
9 East Carolina AC 1471 19 9 0.679
10 Victoria NW 1446 15 5 0.750
11 North Carolina AC 1431 27 14 0.659
12 Michigan GL 1410 30 7 0.811
13 Harvard NE 1384 30 12 0.714
14 Humboldt State NW 1382 24 11 0.686
15 California-Davis NW 1356 18 15 0.545
16 Cornell ME 1331 25 6 0.806
17 Yale NE 1323 31 16 0.660
18 Florida AC 1321 9 4 0.692
19 British Columbia NW 1319 13 12 0.520
20 Georgia AC 1314 22 9 0.710
21 Iowa CN 1299 25 12 0.676
22 Wisconsin CN 1298 27 5 0.844
23 Williams NE 1292 15 6 0.714
24 Princeton ME 1289 43 8 0.843
25 Northern Arizona SW 1276 16 10 0.615
26 Oregon NW 1264 15 13 0.536
27 Washington NW 1257 18 16 0.529
28 Cal Poly-SLO SW 1246 17 9 0.654
29 Winona State CN 1225 50 10 0.833
30 Oberlin GL 1207 22 16 0.579
31 Kansas SO 1204 17 7 0.708
32 Duke AC 1202 16 16 0.500
33 Salisbury ME 1197 34 11 0.756
34 Colorado College SW 1195 8 4 0.667
35 Las Positas NW 1192 12 10 0.545
36 Tufts NE 1186 26 12 0.684
37 Dartmouth NE 1163 21 8 0.724
38 Notre Dame GL 1158 24 16 0.600
38 Pomona SW 1158 11 13 0.458
40 Dayton GL 1146 23 8 0.742
41 Rice SO 1145 20 16 0.556
42 Georgia Tech AC 1140 16 17 0.485
43 Bucknell ME 1134 28 9 0.757
44 North Carolina-Wilmington AC 1133 13 20 0.394
45 Wesleyan NE 1131 10 10 0.500
46 Oregon State NW 1126 21 15 0.583
47 UCLA SW 1121 18 12 0.600
48 California NW 1110 12 20 0.375
49 Illinois GL 1104 32 7 0.821
50 Ohio University GL 1098 15 8 0.652
50 Rochester ME 1098 26 18 0.591
52 New Mexico SW 1085 6 2 0.750
53 Tennessee AC 1067 22 21 0.512
54 Columbia ME 1055 35 24 0.593
55 Washington University SO 1049 18 8 0.692
56 Arizona SW 1045 8 14 0.364
57 Occidental SW 1044 14 12 0.538
58 Nebraska CN 1042 17 8 0.680
59 Idaho State NW 1030 15 14 0.517
60 Delaware ME 1021 29 13 0.690
61 William & Mary AC 1011 21 9 0.700
62 Massachusetts NE 1001 28 16 0.636
63 St Olaf CN 994 10 8 0.556
64 Penn State ME 956 17 13 0.567
65 Pennsylvania ME 954 27 24 0.529
66 Stanford-B NW 949 11 24 0.314
67 Lehigh ME 943 20 15 0.571
68 Clemson AC 940 9 8 0.529
69 Texas SO 938 15 9 0.625
69 Virginia AC 938 10 9 0.526
71 George Washington ME 916 25 17 0.595
71 Grinnell CN 916 13 11 0.542
73 Boston College NE 906 15 12 0.556
73 MIT NE 906 8 14 0.364
75 Minnesota-Duluth CN 905 5 9 0.357
75 Whitman NW 905 2 6 0.250
77 Western Washington NW 900 7 12 0.368
78 Rensselaer Polytech ME 896 16 17 0.485
79 Haverford ME 893 18 21 0.462
80 Middlebury NE 875 8 9 0.471
81 Kentucky GL 874 7 2 0.778
82 Ohio State GL 873 15 22 0.405
82 Skidmore ME 873 11 6 0.647
84 Carnegie-Mellon ME 871 21 23 0.477
85 California-Santa Barbara-B SW 852 9 20 0.310
86 Arizona State SW 847 6 13 0.316
87 James Madison AC 846 11 12 0.478
87 Northwestern GL 846 19 18 0.514
89 Manchester College GL 831 6 4 0.600
89 Navy ME 831 19 15 0.559
91 Utah State NW 819 4 5 0.444
92 Auburn SO 815 4 3 0.571
93 Rhode Island NE 809 5 4 0.556
94 Carleton College-C CN 801 3 8 0.273
94 Wisconsin-Steven's Point CN 801 9 8 0.529
96 Vermont NE 800 12 17 0.414
97 McGill ME 787 4 4 0.500
98 Appalachian State AC 786 2 16 0.111
99 Chicago GL 784 15 13 0.536
100 Texas A & M SO 775 4 6 0.400
101 Brown-B NE 774 8 10 0.444
102 Carleton College-B CN 772 4 6 0.400
103 Caltech SW 771 3 5 0.375
104 Indiana GL 768 12 18 0.400
105 Syracuse ME 767 13 20 0.394
106 Virginia Tech AC 766 3 8 0.273
107 Richmond AC 758 6 10 0.375
108 Connecticut College NE 754 5 5 0.500
109 Colorado State SW 742 8 12 0.400
110 Washington-B NW 739 6 17 0.261
111 Wisconsin-B CN 737 6 9 0.400
112 New Hampshire NE 727 7 4 0.636
113 Drew ME 724 7 6 0.538
114 LSU SO 720 4 10 0.286
115 Boston University NE 718 13 8 0.619
116 Amherst Regional HS n/a 710 11 6 0.647
117 SUNY-Albany ME 707 6 13 0.316
118 Rutgers ME 699 8 15 0.348
119 California-Santa Cruz-B NW 695 0 7 0.000
120 Colorado-B SW 693 11 19 0.367
121 Redlands SW 658 1 9 0.100
122 Maryland ME 657 10 24 0.294
123 Emory AC 654 3 4 0.429
124 Amherst NE 647 7 10 0.412
125 San Diego State SW 642 3 18 0.143
126 Swarthmore ME 628 6 28 0.176
127 Dartmouth-B NE 626 4 5 0.444
128 Trinity SO 622 1 8 0.111
129 California-San Diego-B SW 616 5 32 0.135
129 Colorado Mines SW 616 3 10 0.231
131 Ohio Wesleyan GL 615 6 6 0.500
132 Oklahoma SO 609 3 6 0.333
133 Ball State GL 607 4 8 0.333
134 Vassar ME 603 5 16 0.238
135 Miami (Ohio) GL 589 2 8 0.200
136 Macalester CN 579 3 8 0.273
137 Holy Cross NE 578 7 4 0.636
138 Purdue GL 576 5 14 0.263
139 Ohio Northern GL 570 7 7 0.500
140 Point Loma SW 558 0 8 0.000
141 Bridgewater State NE 552 6 4 0.600
142 Lawrence CN 538 5 8 0.385
143 Brandeis NE 533 6 11 0.353
144 Flagler AC 523 1 7 0.125
144 Johns Hopkins ME 523 11 8 0.579
146 Minnesota CN 522 6 20 0.231
147 Iowa State CN 521 1 8 0.111
148 Yale-B NE 519 3 16 0.158
149 American ME 512 10 14 0.417
150 Ft Lewis NW 506 1 12 0.077
151 Union ME 500 3 15 0.167
152 Bradley GL 492 10 23 0.303
153 Fordham ME 491 6 26 0.188
154 Virginia-B AC 486 3 7 0.300
155 Northern Iowa CN 477 3 8 0.273
156 Gustavus Adolphus CN 476 1 9 0.100
157 Worcester Polytech NE 474 6 10 0.375
158 Alabama SO 434 3 4 0.429
159 Wisconsin-Whitewater CN 410 2 6 0.250
160 Furman AC 409 2 9 0.182
161 Case Western Reserve GL 408 8 9 0.471
162 Vanderbilt SO 366 3 6 0.333
163 Shippensburg ME 360 2 5 0.286
164 NYU ME 346 0 7 0.000
165 Eastern ME 331 1 9 0.100
166 Wittenberg GL 330 4 10 0.286
167 Denison GL 326 3 13 0.188
168 Towson ME 321 4 13 0.235
169 Ohio State-B GL 296 3 6 0.333
170 St Lawrence ME 290 0 12 0.000
171 Hampshire NE 286 0 7 0.000
172 Toledo GL 271 5 8 0.385
173 Coast Guard NE 268 0 11 0.000
174 Northern Illinois GL 251 2 5 0.286
175 Drexel ME 245 1 7 0.125
176 Maine-Farmington NE 176 0 9 0.000
177 Augustana GL 160 2 6 0.250
178 George Washington-B ME 45 1 15 0.063
179 Illinois State GL -54 0 10 0.000
 
Rank Team Region PR W L Win %
1 Stanford NW 1752 38 0 1.000
2 Carleton College CN 1522 28 2 0.933
3 British Columbia NW 1473 24 5 0.828
4 East Carolina AC 1409 21 5 0.808
5 Oregon NW 1366 27 5 0.844
6 California-San Diego SW 1361 25 9 0.735
7 Yale NE 1336 26 7 0.788
8 Brown NE 1329 26 12 0.684
9 Georgia AC 1319 18 8 0.692
10 California-Davis NW 1284 14 8 0.636
11 Tufts NE 1249 32 8 0.800
12 Rutgers ME 1217 7 2 0.778
13 California-Santa Cruz NW 1198 14 12 0.538
14 MIT NE 1197 15 5 0.750
15 Las Positas NW 1193 19 9 0.679
16 Colorado SW 1157 13 9 0.591
17 Georgia Tech AC 1150 14 11 0.560
18 California-Santa Barbara SW 1130 12 9 0.571
19 Duke AC 1128 15 8 0.652
20 North Carolina-Wilmington AC 1116 22 14 0.611
21 Swarthmore ME 1082 25 11 0.694
22 Smith NE 1062 14 7 0.667
23 Wisconsin CN 1041 12 5 0.706
24 Victoria NW 1038 4 4 0.500
25 California NW 1008 13 17 0.433
26 Illinois GL 998 27 7 0.794
27 Oregon State NW 957 6 7 0.462
28 Iowa CN 947 4 3 0.571
29 Rochester ME 934 17 8 0.680
30 Notre Dame GL 923 11 8 0.579
31 Columbia ME 920 23 16 0.590
32 Macalester CN 885 8 4 0.667
33 Princeton ME 880 11 15 0.423
34 Middlebury NE 864 10 9 0.526
35 Arizona State SW 830 2 5 0.286
36 Minnesota CN 828 7 11 0.389
36 North Carolina AC 828 9 12 0.429
38 Oberlin GL 810 17 16 0.515
39 Humboldt State NW 785 5 9 0.357
40 Harvard NE 767 7 13 0.350
41 Bucknell ME 743 16 15 0.516
42 California-San Diego-B SW 742 3 10 0.231
43 Wellesley NE 735 7 8 0.467
44 St Olaf CN 732 5 6 0.455
45 William & Mary AC 722 6 6 0.500
46 Kansas SO 719 2 5 0.286
47 Whitman NW 708 1 7 0.125
48 Stanford-B NW 702 6 21 0.222
49 Wesleyan NE 694 3 11 0.214
50 Claremont SW 677 3 9 0.250
51 Syracuse ME 662 11 15 0.423
52 UCLA SW 629 2 10 0.167
53 Cornell ME 620 13 18 0.419
54 Delaware ME 612 23 11 0.676
55 Rice SO 597 4 6 0.400
56 Salisbury ME 579 15 14 0.517
57 Washington NW 577 2 15 0.118
58 North Carolina State AC 564 0 20 0.000
58 Ohio University GL 564 3 8 0.273
60 Williams NE 544 5 10 0.333
61 Indiana GL 530 5 8 0.385
62 Colorado-B SW 526 1 6 0.143
63 Haverford ME 525 11 22 0.333
64 Occidental SW 513 2 10 0.167
65 Pennsylvania ME 494 9 20 0.310
66 Michigan GL 482 4 8 0.333
67 Dartmouth NE 458 1 7 0.125
68 Brown-B NE 453 0 8 0.000
69 Amherst NE 450 4 8 0.333
70 Virginia AC 449 0 8 0.000
71 Chicago GL 433 2 7 0.222
72 Winona State CN 422 2 8 0.200
73 Carleton College-B CN 413 1 9 0.100
74 Vermont NE 404 3 12 0.200
75 Penn State ME 382 4 15 0.211
76 Purdue GL 341 0 8 0.000
77 Ft Lewis NW 332 0 7 0.000
78 Yale-B NE 289 0 8 0.000
79 Rensselaer Polytech ME 180 1 8 0.111
80 Northwestern GL 175 0 10 0.000
81 Maryland ME 94 4 15 0.211
82 Goucher ME 55 2 9 0.182
83 Towson ME -146 0 8 0.000
 
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Fortunat Mueller (Brown)
1999 Callahan winner, Open Division

 

Jody Dozono (Oregon)
1999 Callahan winner, Women's Division


For more information about the award, visit 
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