2015 Triple Crown Tour - National Championships Bid Allocation

Posted: August 26, 2015 03:50 PM

San Francisco Revolver, Ames Chad Larson Experience, Boston Brute Squad End Regular Season in Top Spots

Colorado Springs, Colo. (Aug. 26, 2015) - USA Ultimate announced today the bid allocations from the Triple Crown Tour's regional championships to the 2015 National Championships set to take place in Frisco, Texas, Oct. 1-4.

Revolver, Chad Larson Experience and Brute Squad finished atop the rankings in their respective divisions - men's, mixed, women's - after each won the Pro Flight Finale last weekend, the second leg of the 2015 Triple Crown Tour and the final tournament of the regular-season.

For Revolver and Brute Squad, this is the second consecutive year in which they have finished the regular season as the top-ranked team in their divisions.

After winning both the U.S. Open Championships and the Pro Flight Finale, San Francisco Revolver is the lone team with a chance remaining to win the Triple Crown in 2015. Should they win the National Championships, on top of the prize money awarded to the champions, they will receive an extra $2,000 in prize money. In the short history of the Triple Crown Tour, Revolver is the only team to have accomplished the feat when they won the U.S. Open, regular season and National Championships in 2013. 

Below is the regional bid allocation for the 2015 National Championships.

USA Ultimate National Championships, Oct. 1-4 – Frisco, Texas

Men: North Central: (3), Great Lakes: (2), Mid-Atlantic: (2), Northeast: (2), Northwest: (2), South Central: (2), Southeast: (2), Southwest: (1).


Mixed: Northeast: (4), North Central: (3), Mid-Atlantic: (2), Northwest: (2), Southwest: (2), Great Lakes: (1), South Central: (1), Southeast: (1).


Women: New England: (4), Northwest: (3), South Central: (2), Southeast: (2), Southwest: (2), Great Lakes: (1), Mid-Atlantic: (1), North Central: (1).


Final Regular-Season Rankings:

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