Triple Crown Plan: 2013 Club Restructuring
 

In this structure, the USA Ultimate "Triple Crown" is the ultimate competitive achievement, and would entail a single team winning the US Open, the top-tier regular season league, and the Club Championship during the same season. Over time, additional incentives and storylines are possible, including variations on the Triple Crown where a team’s achievements in this context can be measured in interesting ways (e.g. non-calendar-year Triple Crowns, most Triple Crown stage wins, etc.). Only a few teams will earn the right to compete for the Triple Crown each year, with each stage of the competition open to more teams and thus to more competition. Yet, even with this exciting backdrop to the season, the overall structure provides a meaningful playing structure for club teams at all levels. 

Teams are divided into 4 tiers based on prior year performance in the Club Series. A specific set of regular season events is required for each of the top 3 tiers, with more requirements for the higher tiers. Competitive incentives are tied to performance in each tier, including promotion opportunities, bid allocations to the Club Series, and byes to later stages of the Club Series. 

The top 8 teams from the prior season are invited to participate the following year in the National Tier 1 regular season. These 8 teams are divided into a top 4 and bottom 4 for the purposes of some regular season events. The next 8 best teams from the prior season are invited to participate the following year in the National Tier 2 regular season. These teams are divided into East and West, 4 teams in each, for the purposes of some regular season events. The top 4-8 teams from the prior year's Regionals events are invited to participate the following year in their respective Regional Tier 3 regular seasons. The number of teams in each Regional Tier 3 is dependent on the # of teams in the specific division and region. The rest of the teams who wish to participate in the regular season will be part of a flexible Tier 4 schedule, which will be comprised of USA Ultimate sanctioned events throughout the country. 

Each tier’s regular season is designed to create a schedule that is consistent with a team’s skill level and willingness to travel, while also improving a team’s ability to plan its season. Teams in each tier will compete for opportunities to improve their own standing and playing opportunities during the current year, as well as for future years. The regular season and series will also create groups of teams and events that will be easy for fans to follow, both in person and through media channels, while adding more meaningful playing opportunities to teams at all levels. 

Tiers TC 
 

 

2013 Club Restructuring Process

This news item outlines how you can give us feedback as well as details on the timeline for the 2013 Club Restructuring Process.

Triple Crown Plan Navigation:


Super-Regional Plan

There are two plans being presented for feedback.  Be sure to read both so you can provide informed feedback about which plan, or which elements of the plans you prefer.

 

2013 Masters Structure Changes

USA Ultimate has also announced a proposed plan for changes to the Masters Open, Masters Women’s, and Grand Masters Open divisions. 
 

Confused?

We have set up a page that serves as a plan comparison and FAQ.  

 

 

Triple Crown Plan Flowchart

Flowchart TripleCrown

Flowchart PDF

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Triple Crown Plan: Regular Season

 

Overview

Teams in the National Tier 1 league are required to attend 3 regular season events and are required to play every other Tier 1 team twice. The first event is different for the top 4 and bottom 4 Tier 1 teams. The top 4 are required to attend the US Open where they play against each other and against the top 4 international teams (as selected). If a Tier 1 league team wins this event, they receive an automatic bid to the next year’s US Open and the Tier 1 regular season and capture the first stage of the Triple Crown. The bottom 4 Tier 1 teams are required to attend a 12-team event where they play against each other and against some of the 8 National Tier 2 teams. The second event of the season for all Tier 1 teams an exclusive Tier 1 round robin. The third event is an exclusive Tier 1 event where each teams remaining regular season games are played, followed by a placement games, including a regular season championship between the top 2 league teams. The winner of the regular season league championship receives an automatic bid to next year’s Tier 1 and captures the second stage of the Triple Crown.

Teams in the National Tier 2 league are required to attend 3 regular season events. The first event is a 12-team event where they play against each other and against the bottom 4 National Tier 1 teams. The second event is based on East and West conference divisions. There will be one of each of these events in the East and West where they will play against other Tier 2 teams and Regional Tier 3 teams from their part of the country. The third event is the national Wildcard 16 event at the end of the regular season where they will compete against each other and the top Regional Tier 3 teams from each region to earn national wildcards for their regions.

Teams in the Regional Tier 3 leagues are required to attend 1 regular season event, but may qualify for additional events based on performance. The required event is a round robin where the top 2 teams qualify to play in a crossover event with National Tier 2 teams from their East/West conference. Based on the results from that event, the top Tier 3 team from each region will qualify for the National Wildcard 16 event at the end of the regular season in order to compete against each other and against Tier 2 teams to earn national wildcards for their regions.

The Tier 4 regular season is flexible, and only requires that teams register to participate and play against other registered teams at USA Ultimate sanctioned events. Games at these events can occur across tiers and will almost certainly include a lot of Tier 3 teams. Results from these games will be used to rank teams, with a minimum number of games required to be ranked. Final regular season rankings will be used to allocate strength bids to Regionals to each section.

Note that the regular season tier structure is scalable both in its ability to expand at the Tier 3 level, based on the number of teams in a region, and also given the possibility of creating sectional leagues with a similar structure in the future. 

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Details: Tier 1

General Description

  • Top tier, 8-team national league. 
    • Winner of previous year's US Open. (this only applies if winner is Tier 1 team, not Internationl invite team. Otherwise Tier 1 bid added to Club Championships.)
    • Winner of previous year's Tier 1 Regular Season.
    • Club Series Champion.
    • Next 6-7* finishers at Club Championships, depending on results of US Open and Tier 1 Regular Season.
  • 14 game season with final placement games.
  • Opportunities to compete for Triple Crown and auto-bids to next season's Tier 1. 
  • Enter Club Series at Regionals and bring 1 bid to Club Championships with them (auto or strength).

 

Tier 1 Events:

  US Open Tier 1-Tier 2 Crossover Tier 1 Round Robin Tier 1 Season Finale
Timing
 
  • July
  • July
  • August
  • September
Format
  • 8 team round robin
    • 4 top Tier 1 teams
    • 4 International
  • 12 teams
    • bottom 4 Tier 1 teams
    • 8 Tier 2 teams
  • 3 pools of 4
    • (1) Tier 1 pool play for 1-4 quarters seeding 
    • (2) Tier 2 pools of 4 ("East" and "West") play cross-pool round robin (all teams from other division).
  • Top 2 Tier 2 "East" and "West" teams seeded 5-8 in quarters.
  • Bottom 2 "East" and "West" teams play for 9-12.
  • Round robin for all 8 Tier 1 teams
  • All 8 Tier 1 teams
    • 4 games vs teams that have only been played once in Tier 1, to complete 14-game regular season.
  • Top 2 in standings play in finals
  • Others play out placement games (3-8).
Meaning
  • Round robin games between Tier 1 teams count towards Tier 1 Standings (3 games).
  • Winner gets bid to next year's US Open. If winner is Tier 1 team, they also win first leg of Triple Crown and earn spot into next year's Tier 1 "Top 4".
     
  • Tier 1 pool round robin: 3 games count towards Tier 1 Standings
  • Tier 2 pool games count towards Tier 2 Standings (4 games).
  • Bracket and placement games are for experience (possibly regional seeding), and don't count for Tier 1 or Tier 2 league standings.
  • Games count towards Tier 1 Standings (7 games).
  • Top 2 in standings play for Tier 1 regular season title, spot into next year's Tier 1, and second leg of Triple Crown. 

 
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Details: Tier 2

General Description

  • Second tier, 8-team national league. 
    • Next 8* non-Tier 1-qualifying finishers at Club Championships. (*Placement depends on Tier 1 bids available at Club Championships.)
    • Teams are divided into 4-team "East" and "West" divisions* to facilitate geographic-based regular season play. (*Tier 2 teams will not be consistently spread across specific geographic areas, so there will be some subjectivity determining in which division teams will be placed.)
  • 7-game league season plus Wildcard tournament (3 events).
  • Opportunities to compete for seeding going in to Wildcard 16 tournament and wildcards for Club Championships. 
  • Enter Club Series at Regionals.
      

Tier 2 Events:

  Tier 1-Tier 2 Crossover Tier 2-Tier 3 Conference Crossover Wildcard 16
Timing
 
  • July
  • August
  • September
Format
  • 12 teams
    • bottom 4 Tier 1 teams
    • 8 Tier 2 teams
  • 3 pools of 4
    • (1) Tier 1 pool play for 1-4 quarters seeding 
    • (2) Tier 2 pools of 4 ("East" and "West") play cross-pool round robin (all teams from other division).
  • Top 2 Tier 2 "East" and "West" teams seeded 5-8 in quarters.
  • Bottom 2 "East" and "West" teams play for 9-12.
  • 2 events (1 "East", 1 "West")
    • 12 teams at each: 4 Tier 2 ("East" or "West), 8 Tier 3.
    • Tier 3 teams are top 2* teams from each of 4 "East" or "West" regions (*Based on results of July Tier 3 competition.)
  • 3 pools of 4. 1 Tier 2. 2 Tier 3, with 2 teams/region in each pool.
    • Tier 2 pool plays for 1-4 quarters seeding.
    • Two Tier 3 pools of 4 play round robin pool play. 
    • Top 2 from each Tier 3 pool seeded 5-8 in quarters.
    • Bottom 2 from each Tier 3 pool play for 9-12.
       
  • 16 teams
    • All 8 Tier 2 teams
    • 8 Tier 3 teams (top Tier 3 team from each region, based on Tier 2-Tier 3 Crossover results)
  • Seeding
    • Tier 2 teams 1-8 based on Tier 2 Standings
    • Tier 3 teams 9-16 based on rankings
  • 16 team, X-advance bracket format. 
    • X = # of strength bids* available to Club Championships. (*Placement of region's auto bid teams will be adjusted for.)
Meaning
  • Tier 1 pool round robin: 3 games count towards Tier 1 Standings
  • Tier 2 pool games count towards Tier 2 Standings (4 games).
  • Bracket and placement games are for experience (possibly regional seeding), and don't count for Tier 1 or Tier 2 league standings.
  • Tier 2 pool round robin games count towards Tier 2 Standings (3 games).
  • Each in-region game determines top team from region to advance to Wildcard 16.
  • Tier 2-Tier 3 bracket games are for experience, and don't count for Tier 2 or Tier 3 league standings.
  • Top X strength-bid-eligible placements will earn additional bids for their region to the Club Championships.

 

Details: Tier 3

General Description

  • 3rd-tier, regional leagues (8)
    • 32-64* total teams (4-8 x 8 regions)
    • Next 4-8* finishers at Club Regionals. 
  • *Expansion from 4 possible based on size of region/division
    • <=20 = 4 Regional Tier 3 teams
    • 21-24 teams = 6 Regional Tier 3 teams
    • 25+ teams = 8 Regional Tier 3 teams
  • 1-3 required events, depending on performance
  • Opportunities to compete for bids to Tier 2-Tier 3 Crossover, Wildcard 16, bye to regionals, and strength bids to regionals.
  • Enter Club Series at Sectionals, except for top Tier 3 teams per region.
     

Tier 3 Events:

  Tier 3 Round Robin Tier 2-Tier 3 Conference Crossover Wildcard 16
Timing
 
  • July
  • August
  • September
Format
  • 8 events, 1 per region
    • 32-64 teams total
    • 4-8* Tier 3 teams per region (see above)
  • Round robin
    • Smaller Tier 3 regions could potentially combine events with other Tier 3 regions, although only in-region results would count towards Tier 3 Standings
  • 2 events (1 "East", 1 "West")
    • 12 teams at each: 4 Tier 2 ("East" or "West), 8 Tier 3.
    • Tier 3 teams are top 2* teams from each of 4 "East" or "West" regions (*Based on results of July Tier 3 competition.)
  • 3 pools of 4. 1 Tier 2. 2 Tier 3, with 2 teams/region in each pool.
    • Tier 2 pool plays for 1-4 quarters seeding.
    • Two Tier 3 pools of 4 play round robin pool play. 
    • Top 2 from each Tier 3 pool seeded 5-8 in quarters.
    • Bottom 2 from each Tier 3 pool play for 9-12.
       
  • 16 teams
    • All 8 Tier 2 teams
    • 8 Tier 3 teams (top Tier 3 team from each region, based on Tier 2-Tier 3 Crossover results)
  • Seeding
    • Tier 2 teams 1-8 based on Tier 2 Standings
    • Tier 3 teams 9-16 based on rankings
  • 16 team, X-advance bracket format. 
    • X = # of strength bids* available to Club Championships. (*Placement of region's auto bid teams will be adjusted for.)
       
Meaning
  • Results determine top-2 from region to attend Tier 2-Tier 3 Crossover
  • Tier 2 pool round robin games count towards Tier 2 Standings (3 games).
  • Each in-region game determines top team from region to advance to Wildcard 16.
  • Tier 2-Tier 3 bracket games are for experience, and don't count for Tier 2 or Tier 3 league standings.
  • Top X strength-bid-eligible placements will earn additional bids for their region to the Club Championships.


+ other USA Ultimate Sanctioned Events (June-August)

  • Various formats based on goal to play against other Tier 3 and Tier 4 teams registered for the Club Regular Season
  • Results count towards rankings
  • Rankings count towards bids from sectionals to regionals


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Details: Tier 4

General Description

  • All non-Tier 1/Tier 2/Tier 3 Club Season eligible teams
  • Flexible schedule, based on availability of sanctioned events
  • Minimum 10-game requirement versus other registered teams to qualify for rankings
  • Opportunity to compete for strength bids to sectionals based on regular season rankings.
  • Potential to move up into higher league based on Series finish.
  • Potential to help expand Tier 3 for region for subsequent years based on participation.
     

Other USA Ultimate Sanctioned Events (June-August)

  • Tier 4 and Tier 3 teams
  • Various formats based on goal to play against other Tier 3 and Tier 4 teams registered for the Club Regular Season
  • Results count towards rankings
  • Rankings count towards bids from sectionals to regionals


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Triple Crown Plan: Post-Season
 

Overview

The Club Championship Series takes place after the Regular Season and begins with Sectionals. The purpose of the Series is to name a USA Ultimate Club Series Champion and serves as the promotion/relegation tool for teams that wish to compete in the following year's regular season leagues.

Teams in the National Tier 1 and National Tier 2 leagues do not have to compete at Sectionals. They can advance straight to Regionals, where they are seeded based on their respective league and inter-league records. Additionally, the top Regional Tier 3 team from each region will start the Series at Regionals. All other teams in the Regional Tier 3 leagues, Tier 4 regular season, and any other teams that want to compete in the Series must start the Series at Sectionals. 

Bids from Sectionals to Regionals are determined by a combination of automatic and strength bids. Strength bids are based on regular season rankings. The number of bids available to Regionals will be based partly on the number of teams in the region (regional scaling) and in part on the number of bids already awarded to Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 teams.

Teams must qualify for the 16-team Club Championships through Regionals. One bid is automatically awarded to each region. The remaining 8 strength bids are awarded based on regional representation of Tier 1 teams that year and the results of the Wildcard 16 tournament. Regionals will also serve as the promotion/relegation mechanism for the next season’s Regional Tier 3 leagues. Depending on the size of the region, a certain number of spots will be available, which will dictate, in conjunction with the number of Club Championships bids the region has, the necessary placement of teams at Regionals. 

The Club Championships will crown the Club Series champion and award the third leg of the Triple Crown. It also serves as the promotion/relegation mechanism for the Tier 1 and Tier 2 regular seasons. Depending on the number of automatic bids already awarded to US Open and Tier 1 regular season winners, the remaining bids to next year’s Tier 1 and Tier 2 regular seasons will be determined based on finish at the Club Championships.

Off-season

After the current year’s Club Series is complete, teams that qualify for each tier will be given a deadline by which they must commit to their tier and the corresponding schedule of events. Teams that decline bids will be slotted into another tier, as appropriate. Declined bids will be offered to the next team on the qualification list. In order to accept a spot one of the top 3 tiers, a team will have to retain its identity (method TBD, but will likely include a combination of name, location, and/or roster composition).

A bidding process to determine specifically where each required regular season event will be held for each division will also take place so that event organizers and teams can begin making plans for the next season in the early part of the calendar year, and so that fans and media can start getting excited for the upcoming season.

 


General Description

  • 3-stage, end of season championship tournament
  • Open to all eligible Club Division teams
  • Promotion/relegation mechanism for all regular season tiers
  • Different stage starting points for teams from different tiers

 

Details: Sectionals

Teams

  • Open to any team that meets eligibility and registration requirements
     
  • Teams do not have to compete in the regular season to compete in the Club Series


Description

  • # of bids to Club Regionals based on regional scaling, auto bids, and strength bids (based on rankings) 

Details: Regionals

Teams

  • # of teams based on regional scaling, per # of teams in region

 

Description

  • Tier 1, Tier 2, and top Tier 3 teams receive auto bids to regionals
     
  • Additional teams from sectionals based on sectional finish
     
  • # of bids to Club Championships based on auto and strength* bids for each region. (*Combination of Tier 1 strength bids and Wildcard 16 bids.)
     
  • Determines team qualification into Tier 3 for following year 

Details: Club Championships

Teams

  • 16 teams

 

Description

  • Top team from each region, plus 8 strength bids based on regional finish
     
  • Determines team qualification into Tier 1 and Tier 2 for following year
     
  • Third leg of Triple Crown
     

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Triple Crown Plan: Simulation

 

 

About This Simulation

To help teams get a sense on where their team might fit into this structure, we've simulated which tiers teams would fall into based upon the 2011 club series finish.  This is only a simulation, and isn't an actual team tier assignment.

Given that the 2011 series only had 6 regions insteed of 8 regions, using just 2011 series finish isn't sufficient.  We had to put teams into their new regions and in some cases use the rankings as a tiebreaker when comparing the next place teams from two or more different 2011 regions.  We also eliminated college teams from consideration on the likelihood that participation in a regular season will not be relevant to most college teams. This is at best an approximation, with the reality being that the 2012 club series finish is what will earn teams spots into the 2013 season tiers in this plan.  

   

 

Sample Tier Distribution:

To help teams get a sense on where their team might fit into this structure, we've simulated which tiers teams would fall into based upon the 2011 club series finish:

 

Triple Crown: Tier 1 Teams

 


                               
                                 
Open   2011ClubLogo Chain Lightning   2011ClubLogo Doublewide   2011ClubLogo GOAT   2011ClubLogo Ironside   2011ClubLogo Madison Club   2011ClubLogo Revolver   2011ClubLogo Ring of Fire   2011ClubLogo Southpaw
   

Chain Lightning

(Atlanta, GA)

 

Doublewide

(Austin, TX)

 

GOAT

(Toronto, ON)

 

Ironside

(Boston, MA)

 

Madison Club

(Madison, WI)

 

Revolver

(San Francisco, CA)

 

Ring of Fire

(Triangle Area, NC)

 

Southpaw

(Philadelphia, PA)

                                 
Mixed   2011ClubLogo AMP   2011ClubLogo Blackbird   2011ClubLogo CLX   2011ClubLogo District 5   2011ClubLogo Polar Bears   2011ClubLogo Slow White   2011ClubLogo The Ghosts   2011ClubLogo Wolverines
   

AMP

(Philadelphia, PA)

 

Blackbird

(San Francisco, CA)

 

Chad Larson Experience

(Ames, IA)

 

District 5

(New Haven, CT)

 

Polar Bears

(Bay Area, CA)

 

Slow White

(Boston, MA)

 

The Ghosts

(Cambridge, MA)

 

Wolverines

(McMinnville, OR)

                                 
Women   2011ClubLogo Capitals   2011ClubLogo Fury   2011ClubLogo Molly Brown   2011ClubLogo Phoenix   2011ClubLogo Riot   2011ClubLogo Scandal   2011ClubLogo Showdown   2011ClubLogo Traffic
   

Capitals

(Toronto/Ottawa, ON)

 

Fury

(San Francisco, CA)

 

Molly Brown

(Denver, CO)

 

Phoenix

(Triangle Area, NC)

 

Riot

(Seattle, WA)

 

Scandal

(Washington, DC)

 

Showdown

(Austin, TX)

 

Traffic

(Vancouver, BC)


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Triple Crown: Tier 2 Teams

 

                                 
                                 
Open   2011ClubLogo Condors   2011ClubLogo Furious George   2011ClubLogo Johnny Bravo   2011ClubLogo Machine   2011ClubLogo Oakland   2011ClubLogo Sub Zero   2011ClubLogo Tanasi   2011ClubLogo Truck Stop
   

Condors

(Santa Barbara, CA)

 

Furious George

(Vancouver, BC)

 

Johnny Bravo

(Denver/Boulder, CO)

 

Machine

(Chicago, IL)

 

Oakland

(Pittsburgh, PA)

 

Sub Zero

(Minneapolis, MN)

 

Tanasi

(Nashville, TN)

 

Truck Stop

(Washington, DC)

                                 
Mixed   2011ClubLogo 7 Figures   2011ClubLogo Bucket   2011ClubLogo Drag'N Thrust   2011ClubLogo Jacks and Jills   2011ClubLogo Mesteno   2011ClubLogo Overhaul   2011ClubLogo Sabre Corp   2011ClubLogo Termite's Entourage
   

7 Figures

(Los Angeles, CA)

 

Bucket

(Atlanta, GA)

 

Drag'N Thrust

(Minneaplois, MN)

 

Jacks and Jills

(Jacksonville, FL)

 

Mesteno

(Denver, CO)

 

Overhaul

(Ann Arbor, MI)

 

Sabre Corp

(Tallahassee, FL)

 

Termite's Entourage

(Morrison, NJ)

                                 
Women   2011ClubLogo Bent   2011ClubLogo Brute Squad   2011ClubLogo Desoto   2011ClubLogo Further   2011ClubLogo Nemesis   2011ClubLogo Ozone   2011ClubLogo Revoloution   2011ClubLogo Safari
   

Bent

(New York, NY)

 

Brute Squad

(Boston, MA)

 

Desoto

(Nashville, TN)

 

Further

(Eugene, OR)

 

Nemesis

(Chicago, IL)

 

Ozone

(Atlanta, GA)

 

Revoloution

(St. Louis, MO)

 

Safari

(San Diego, CA)

 

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Triple Crown: Tier 3 Teams

 

    Open   Mixed   Women
2012ClubIcons GL  
  • Enigma (Dayton, OH)
  • Evil (Louisville, KY)
  • Haymaker (Chicago, IL)
  • Jurassic Shark (Toledo, OH)
  • Lake Effect (Cleveland, OH)
  • Madcow (Columbus, OH)
  • Notorious Bid (Mount Pleasant, MI)
  • Super Phun Thyme (Columbus, OH)
     
 
  • Gambit (Chicago, IL)
  • Prion (Champaign-Urbana, IL)
  • Skyway (Chicago, IL)
  • Steamboat (Cincinnati, OH)
 
  • Baha (Columbus, OH)
  • Dish (Chicago, IL)
  • Notorious Cle (Cleveland, OH)
  • Spicy Tuna (Chicago, IL)
2012ClubIcons MA  
  • Bear Proof (Harrisburg, PA)
  • Capitol Punishment (Washington, DC)
  • Dire Wolf (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Medicine Men (Baltimore, MD)
  • Swell (Washington, DC)
  • Virginia Squires (Richmond, VA)
 
  • Ambiguously Grey (Washington, DC)
  • American Hyperbole (Baltimore, MD)
  • Blueprint (New Brunswick, NJ)
  • Death By Jubilee (Washington, DC)
  • Renegade (Washington, DC)
  • Seven Minutes In Heaven (Richmond, VA)
  • The Muff 'N Men (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Virginia Slims (Charlottesville, VA)
     
 
  • Green Means Go (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Hot Metal (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Lady Death Strike (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Veto (Washington, DC)
2012ClubIcons NC  
  • City Park Ultimate (Iowa City, IA)
  • Climax (Minneapolis, MN)
  • Prairie Fire (Kansas City, KS)
  • Sentinel (St. Louis, MO)
 
  • Minnesota Star Power (Twin Cities, MN)
  • Noise (Madison, WI)
  • Pound (Minneapolis, MN)
  • Stud Muffin (St. Paul, MN)
 
  • Fusion (Winnipeg, MB)
  • Master Plan (Madison, WI)
  • Pop (Minneapolis, MN)
  • Wolfpack: The Secret Essence (Minneapolis, MN)
     
2012ClubIcons NE  
  • Brighton Ultimate Club (Brighton, MA)
  • Dark Or Light (Amherst, MA)
  • Garuda (Boston, MA)
  • Lid (Huntington, NY)
  • Mephisto (Montreal, QC)
  • Phoenix (Ottawa, ON)
  • Pony (New York, NY)
  • Slow Children (Long Meadow, MA)
     
 
  • 7 Express (New York, NY)
  • Ballometrics (Somerville, MA)
  • Boomshakalaka (Rochester, NY)
  • Flight (New York City, NY)
  • Mixed Nuts (Boston, MA)
  • Odyssey (Montreal, Quebec)
  • Pleasure Town (Boston, MA)
  • Smang (Westchester, NY)
 
  • Stella (Ottawa, ON)
  • Storm (Montreal, QC)
  • Swagger (Portland, ME)
  • Vice (Boston, MA)
2012ClubIcons NW  
  • Darkstar (Eugene, OR)
  • Rhino (Portland, OR)
  • Sockeye (Seattle, WA)
  • Voodoo (Seattle, WA)
 
  • Dogfight (Portland, OR)
  • Golden Spike (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • Mental Toss Flycoons (Missoula, MT)
  • Team Fisher Price (Vancouver, BC)
     
 
  • Schwa (Portland, OR)
  • Seattle Underground (Seattle, WA)
  • Wild Rose (Calgary, AB)
  • Zephyr (Vancouver, BC)
2012ClubIcons SE  
  • Brah (Yazoo City, MS)
  • Cash Crop (Durham, NC)
  • El Diablo (Charleston, SC)
  • Freaks Uv Nature (Huntsville, AL)
  • Ironmen (Birmingham, AL)
  • Omen (Orlando, FL)
  • Six Pack (Atlanta, GA)
  • Uproar (Tampa, FL)
     
 
  • Cahoots (Asheville, NC)
  • Mixtape (Atlanta, GA)
  • Nooga By Nature (Chattanooga, TN)
  • Party Posse! (New Orleans, LA)
  • Wavin' Flag (Gainesville, FL)
  • Whagonweel (Triangle Area, NC)
 
  • Ember (Raleigh, NC)
  • Hotbox (Huntsville, AL)
  • Sweet T (Triangle Area, NC)
  • Top Shelf (Atlanta, GA)
2012ClubIcons SC  
  • H.I.P (Houston, TX)
  • Inception - Green (Denver/Boulder, CO)
  • Inception - Red (Denver/Boulder, CO)
  • Plex (Dallas-Ft.Worth, TX)
  • Space City Eclipse (Houston, TX)
  • Space City Ignite (Houston, TX)
     
 
  • Killjoy (Fort Collins, CO)
  • Love Tractor (Boulder, CO)
  • Red Or Green? (Albuquerque, NM)
  • Swingline (Colorado Springs, CO)
 
  • Colorado Wildfire (Denver, CO)
  • Happy Hour (Austin, TX)
  • Inferno (Houston, TX)
  • Jackwagon (Boulder, CO)
2012ClubIcons SW  
  • Boost Mobile (Stanford, CA)
  • Sprawl (Phoenix, AZ)
  • Streetgang (San Diego, CA)
  • Wolves (San Francisco, CA)
 
  • American BBQ (Oakland, CA)
  • Capitol Punishment (Sacramento, CA)
  • Deathstar (Davis, CA)
  • Grassface (San Francisco, CA)
  • Liberator (Santa Barbara, CA)
  • Mischief (San Francisco, CA)
  • On The Rocks (San Diego, CA)
  • Sweet Ride (Honolulu, HI)
     
 
  • Knock Out! (San Diego, CA)
  • Revolution (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Slackjaw (San Francisco, CA)
  • Zeitgeist (San Francisco, CA)


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Triple Crown: Tier 4 Teams

 


Open   Mixed   Women
 
  • Everyone else (136 teams)
 
  • Everyone else (117 teams)
 
  • Everyone else (26 teams)

 

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