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This page covers information related to college division competition in 2000.

In 2000, the number of Womens teams at the College Championships was expanded from 12 to 16.

 
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2000 College

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  Date May 26 - 28  
  Location Boise, ID  
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  Date Apr 22 - May 7  
       
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The 2000 UPA College Championships took place in Boise, ID. 

 
 
     

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  • About the teams (not yet available)
  • Full results (not yet available)
Standing School Region
1 Brown New England
2 Carleton College Central
3T California-Santa Barbara Southwest
3T Colorado Southwest
5T North Carolina Atlantic Coast
5T North Carolina State Atlantic Coast
5T Salisbury Metro East
5T Stanford Northwest
9 Michigan Great Lakes
10 Wisconsin Central
13 Notre Dame Great Lakes
14 Princeton Metro East
11T Rice South
11T Winona State Central
15T California-Santa Cruz Northwest
15T Tufts New England

Wisconsin won the Team Spirit Award. 

 

 

 

2000 College Open Division Final:
 
Brown   vs
 
Carleton College
15   10


 

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  • About the teams (not yet available)
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Standing School Region
1 Carleton College Central
2 North Carolina-Wilmington Atlantic Coast
3T California-Davis Northwest
3T Georgia Atlantic Coast
5T Brown New England
5T California-San Diego Southwest
5T Colorado Southwest
5T Tufts New England
9 Swarthmore Metro East
10 Smith New England
11 Minnesota Central
12 Rice South
13 Oregon Northwest
14 Illinois Great Lakes
15T Bucknell Metro East
15T Notre Dame Great Lakes

Minnesota won the Team Spirit Award. 

 

 

 

2000 College Women's Division Final:
 
Carleton College
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North Carolina-
Wilmington
15   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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Teams were from one of 8 regions: Atlantic Coast (AC); Central (CN); Great Lakes (GL); Metro East (ME); New England (NE); Northwest (NW); South (SO); Southwest (SW).
 
Regionals took place on the following dates: April 22 - 23, April 29 - 30, May 6 - 7.
 
Information about events prior to the championship is not yet available.

If you have any other information regarding 2000 College Regionals, please contact archives@usaultimate.org.
 
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Sectionals took place on the following dates: April 8 - 9, April 15 - 16, April 22 - 23, April 29 - 30.
 
Information about events prior to the championship is not yet available.
 
If you have any other information regarding 2000 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 2000 season run after the College Championships.
 
  Open Division   Women's Division  
 
Rank Team Region PR W L Win %
1 Brown NE 1758 33 3 0.917
2 Colorado SW 1688 48 3 0.941
3 Carleton College CN 1653 30 4 0.882
4 California-Santa Barbara SW 1598 37 8 0.822
5 Stanford NW 1516 34 7 0.829
6 California-San Diego SW 1440 37 11 0.771
7 North Carolina AC 1426 34 11 0.756
8 Oregon NW 1420 28 9 0.757
9 Wisconsin CN 1403 32 6 0.842
10 Salisbury ME 1389 18 12 0.600
11 Michigan GL 1384 42 8 0.840
12 North Carolina State AC 1372 30 18 0.625
13 Cal Poly-SLO SW 1336 28 11 0.718
14 Georgia AC 1319 21 10 0.677
15 North Carolina-Wilmington AC 1289 21 17 0.553
16 Cornell ME 1286 45 11 0.804
17 Florida AC 1264 12 2 0.857
18 California-Davis NW 1241 17 15 0.531
19 Humboldt State NW 1232 30 10 0.750
20 East Carolina AC 1223 20 11 0.645
21 California-Santa Cruz NW 1220 23 21 0.523
22 Middlebury NE 1217 35 9 0.795
23 Winona State CN 1215 35 10 0.778
24 Tufts NE 1203 30 19 0.612
25 Notre Dame GL 1197 27 19 0.587
25 Princeton ME 1197 34 12 0.739
27 Victoria NW 1196 5 2 0.714
28 Nebraska CN 1186 28 5 0.848
29 Wesleyan NE 1183 28 13 0.683
30 California NW 1182 19 17 0.528
31 Dayton GL 1176 29 10 0.744
32 Massachusetts NE 1152 17 10 0.630
33 Virginia AC 1147 19 13 0.594
34 Oregon State NW 1126 21 14 0.600
35 Duke AC 1113 21 15 0.583
36 Harvard NE 1102 17 10 0.630
37 British Columbia NW 1099 12 8 0.600
38 Rice SO 1098 28 12 0.700
39 Pennsylvania ME 1096 29 14 0.674
40 Williams NE 1083 15 14 0.517
41 UCLA SW 1075 20 14 0.588
42 Arizona SW 1063 16 7 0.696
43 Georgia Tech AC 1057 23 18 0.561
43 Illinois GL 1057 22 13 0.629
45 Dartmouth NE 1046 22 13 0.629
46 St Olaf CN 1039 9 4 0.692
47 Colorado College SW 1036 10 6 0.625
48 Swarthmore ME 1030 27 16 0.628
49 George Washington ME 1029 26 22 0.542
50 Haverford ME 1022 29 11 0.725
51 Rochester ME 1014 23 14 0.622
52 Northern Arizona SW 988 4 4 0.500
53 Yale NE 987 18 19 0.486
54 Idaho State NW 983 11 10 0.524
54 Ohio State GL 983 37 15 0.712
56 Delaware ME 968 20 15 0.571
57 Brandeis NE 964 18 9 0.667
58 Oberlin GL 956 13 20 0.394
59 Richmond AC 947 14 18 0.438
60 William & Mary AC 940 17 12 0.586
61 Northwestern GL 935 19 15 0.559
62 Colorado-B SW 931 18 15 0.545
63 Indiana GL 928 19 22 0.463
64 Utah State NW 926 10 4 0.714
65 James Madison AC 913 18 11 0.621
66 Boston College NE 911 19 11 0.633
67 Amherst NE 899 16 12 0.571
68 Colorado Mines SW 890 14 16 0.467
69 Maryland ME 876 12 15 0.444
70 Tennessee AC 871 16 14 0.533
71 Clemson AC 864 13 9 0.591
72 Iowa CN 853 15 24 0.385
73 Chico State NW 851 13 22 0.371
74 Paideia HS n/a 850 8 4 0.667
75 Washington NW 847 9 19 0.321
76 Texas SO 835 21 18 0.538
77 Whitman NW 833 2 5 0.286
78 Amherst Regional HS n/a 832 9 4 0.692
78 Carnegie-Mellon ME 832 20 8 0.714
80 Stanford-B NW 824 11 23 0.324
81 Ball State GL 823 9 7 0.563
82 Penn State ME 793 21 17 0.553
83 SUNY-Binghamton ME 792 7 3 0.700
84 LSU SO 791 11 12 0.478
85 Air Force SW 783 7 15 0.318
86 Grinnell CN 779 17 11 0.607
87 Furman AC 776 10 11 0.476
87 Skidmore ME 776 9 12 0.429
89 Kansas SO 774 14 18 0.438
90 Purdue GL 771 21 22 0.488
91 Minnesota-Duluth CN 761 3 5 0.375
92 Lehigh ME 759 12 15 0.444
93 Claremont SW 758 11 20 0.355
94 Davidson AC 751 9 8 0.529
95 Miami (Ohio) GL 748 19 11 0.633
96 Gustavus Adolphus CN 747 12 15 0.444
97 New Hampshire NE 746 5 3 0.625
98 Wisconsin-B CN 738 14 11 0.560
99 Las Positas NW 736 9 19 0.321
100 Emory AC 732 9 9 0.500
101 California-Santa Barbara-B SW 730 8 19 0.296
102 Columbia ME 726 12 13 0.480
103 Appalachian State AC 719 5 4 0.556
104 RIT ME 716 14 9 0.609
105 Wisconsin-Steven's Point CN 713 8 8 0.500
106 MIT NE 709 12 7 0.632
106 Syracuse ME 709 15 11 0.577
108 Bucknell ME 705 13 19 0.406
109 Vassar ME 696 10 13 0.435
110 Hope College GL 695 5 5 0.500
110 Washington University SO 695 19 10 0.655
112 Western Washington NW 685 5 9 0.357
113 Navy ME 684 14 11 0.560
114 San Diego State SW 678 3 4 0.429
115 American ME 669 16 12 0.571
116 Rhode Island NE 667 11 12 0.478
117 Colgate ME 665 10 2 0.833
118 Chicago GL 663 8 13 0.381
118 Wyoming SW 663 6 11 0.353
120 Carleton College-B CN 657 2 7 0.222
121 Wake Forest AC 651 4 12 0.250
122 Occidental SW 645 2 5 0.286
123 California-San Diego-B SW 635 12 26 0.316
124 Kentucky GL 630 4 4 0.500
124 Texas A & M SO 630 3 7 0.300
126 Boston University NE 626 10 8 0.556
127 Rensselaer Polytech ME 625 11 23 0.324
128 Minnesota CN 623 2 11 0.154
128 Ohio University GL 623 10 13 0.435
130 Holy Cross NE 620 9 5 0.643
131 Vermont NE 606 12 14 0.462
132 Pittsburgh ME 595 7 11 0.389
132 Warren Wilson AC 595 2 7 0.222
134 Rutgers ME 590 10 18 0.357
135 Michigan State GL 586 6 10 0.375
136 Colorado State SW 569 3 20 0.130
136 Johns Hopkins ME 569 10 17 0.370
138 Bradley GL 561 10 15 0.400
139 Georgia-B AC 555 4 8 0.333
140 New Mexico SW 554 4 12 0.250
141 Oregon-B NW 541 1 12 0.077
142 Mississippi SO 538 7 9 0.438
143 Union ME 537 5 16 0.238
144 Iowa State CN 536 3 8 0.273
145 Brown-B NE 519 7 14 0.333
146 Alabama SO 514 7 11 0.389
147 Macalester CN 510 6 7 0.462
147 Northern Iowa CN 510 9 7 0.563
149 California-B NW 505 0 17 0.000
149 Ohio Wesleyan GL 505 6 5 0.545
151 Denison GL 497 3 13 0.188
152 Vanderbilt SO 496 5 10 0.333
153 Towson ME 483 11 12 0.478
154 Point Loma SW 479 1 6 0.143
155 Coe ? 475 4 3 0.571
155 Truman State SO 475 14 16 0.467
157 Dartmouth-B NE 474 4 14 0.222
158 Illinois-B GL 471 1 7 0.125
159 Maine-Farmington NE 457 8 11 0.421
160 Yale-B NE 446 1 11 0.083
161 Virginia-B AC 443 5 5 0.500
162 Northern Illinois GL 435 2 5 0.286
163 Knox GL 432 3 6 0.333
164 Washington-B NW 420 0 13 0.000
165 Wheaton College ? 416 4 7 0.364
166 Calvin GL 414 1 9 0.100
167 Arizona State SW 412 2 8 0.200
168 Virginia Tech AC 408 3 13 0.188
169 Massachusetts-B NE 401 5 11 0.313
170 Tufts-B NE 390 5 12 0.294
171 Drew ME 384 4 9 0.308
172 Wittenberg GL 378 1 8 0.111
173 Marietta GL 374 1 7 0.125
174 Eastern ME 373 7 9 0.438
175 Lawrence CN 371 3 12 0.200
176 Tulane SO 364 1 9 0.100
177 Mary Washington AC 349 6 17 0.261
178 Case Western Reserve GL 340 3 26 0.103
179 Redlands SW 311 2 11 0.154
180 Williams-B NE 304 2 5 0.286
181 Charleston AC 296 1 11 0.083
182 Pennsylvania-B ME 291 0 11 0.000
183 Gettysburg ME 286 10 9 0.526
184 Wisconsin-Stout CN 278 2 5 0.286
185 George Washington-B ME 266 6 12 0.333
186 Wisconsin-Whitewater CN 260 2 5 0.286
187 Boston College-B NE 253 2 5 0.286
188 Northeastern NE 252 1 12 0.077
189 St Lawrence ME 238 0 11 0.000
190 St Mary's (Maryland) ME 233 4 9 0.308
191 UCLA-B SW 230 0 10 0.000
192 Arkansas SO 217 2 5 0.286
193 Toledo GL 215 1 6 0.143
194 Savannah Art & Design AC 212 0 7 0.000
195 NYU ME 206 4 17 0.190
196 Southern Mississippi SO 186 2 8 0.200
197 Maryland-B ME 174 5 16 0.238
198 Allegheny ME 162 4 5 0.444
199 Worcester Polytech NE 155 0 8 0.000
200 Kansas State SO 136 3 6 0.333
201 Pittsburgh-Johnstown ME 132 3 15 0.167
202 Brown-C NE 110 1 6 0.143
203 McPherson SO 94 2 7 0.222
204 Drexel ME 5 1 7 0.125
205 Susquehanna ME -1 0 9 0.000
206 Maryland-Baltimore ME -7 1 6 0.143
207 Rhodes SO -22 0 7 0.000
208 Shippensburg ME -82 3 11 0.214
 
Rank Team Region PR W L Win %
1 Carleton College CN 1706 14 3 0.824
2 North Carolina-Wilmington AC 1657 41 4 0.911
3 Georgia AC 1557 22 6 0.786
4 California-Davis NW 1528 24 5 0.828
5 Tufts NE 1482 30 7 0.811
6 British Columbia NW 1471 14 2 0.875
7 California-San Diego SW 1469 40 7 0.851
8 Brown NE 1451 28 7 0.800
9 Stanford NW 1357 23 10 0.697
10 Colorado SW 1353 22 7 0.759
11 Oregon NW 1246 22 8 0.733
11 Swarthmore ME 1246 47 11 0.810
13 Georgia Tech AC 1222 16 14 0.533
14 California-Santa Barbara SW 1197 17 11 0.607
15 California-Santa Cruz NW 1180 11 11 0.500
16 Las Positas NW 1155 18 13 0.581
17 Duke AC 1147 7 9 0.438
18 Illinois GL 1098 30 11 0.732
19 Bucknell ME 1095 29 11 0.725
20 Whitman NW 1069 6 4 0.600
21 MIT NE 1068 7 3 0.700
22 Penn State ME 1041 20 11 0.645
23 East Carolina AC 1004 8 12 0.400
24 Smith NE 987 14 12 0.538
25 Minnesota CN 976 7 5 0.583
26 California NW 957 8 16 0.333
27 Utah State NW 949 5 4 0.556
28 Washington NW 944 9 11 0.450
29 Claremont SW 943 9 10 0.474
30 Wisconsin CN 938 10 5 0.667
31 Yale NE 914 12 13 0.480
32 Rice SO 903 12 7 0.632
33 Williams NE 897 13 6 0.684
34 North Carolina AC 877 8 11 0.421
35 Gustavus Adolphus CN 874 9 3 0.750
36 Notre Dame GL 858 22 14 0.611
37 North Carolina State AC 854 6 7 0.462
38 Wellesley NE 847 7 12 0.368
39 Colorado-B SW 832 7 11 0.389
40 Haverford ME 826 17 14 0.548
41 Pennsylvania ME 825 14 18 0.438
42 Salisbury ME 798 18 7 0.720
43 Columbia ME 793 13 18 0.419
44 Purdue GL 777 11 9 0.550
45 William & Mary AC 765 4 7 0.364
46 Vermont NE 748 8 8 0.500
47 Princeton ME 744 9 11 0.450
48 Northwestern GL 728 14 6 0.700
49 UCLA SW 720 3 10 0.231
50 Michigan GL 718 16 13 0.552
51 Humboldt State NW 707 4 15 0.211
52 California-San Diego-B SW 687 7 23 0.233
53 Syracuse ME 665 11 7 0.611
54 Middlebury NE 649 8 13 0.381
55 Stanford-B NW 635 2 18 0.100
56 Virginia AC 633 4 19 0.174
57 Colorado College SW 631 3 8 0.273
58 Winona State CN 604 2 9 0.182
59 Harvard NE 599 5 18 0.217
60 California-Davis-B NW 580 1 6 0.143
61 Dartmouth NE 575 2 7 0.222
62 Rochester ME 547 5 9 0.357
63 Cornell ME 546 13 26 0.333
64 Wesleyan NE 530 1 11 0.083
65 Washington University SO 526 2 7 0.222
66 Macalester CN 514 4 6 0.400
67 Oregon State NW 504 0 9 0.000
68 Oberlin GL 498 10 18 0.357
69 Indiana GL 470 10 20 0.333
70 Case Western Reserve GL 441 5 4 0.556
71 Colorado Mines SW 425 1 9 0.100
72 Ohio University GL 421 3 8 0.273
73 Colorado State SW 394 1 11 0.083
74 American ME 366 0 7 0.000
74 Delaware ME 366 3 18 0.143
76 Richmond AC 363 0 10 0.000
77 Brown-B NE 355 0 13 0.000
78 Amherst NE 325 0 7 0.000
79 Lawrence CN 268 2 7 0.222
80 George Washington ME 234 1 6 0.143
81 Chicago GL 208 3 17 0.150
82 Drew ME 121 0 8 0.000
83 Bradley GL 102 0 9 0.000
84 Ohio State GL -28 1 7 0.125
85 Ohio Wesleyan GL -110 0 7 0.000
 
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Justin Safdie (Brown)
2000 Callahan winner, Open Division

 

Johanna Neumann (Tufts)
2000 Callahan winner, Women's Division


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