2013 D-I College Championships Field Is Set

Posted: May 6, 2013 05:36 PM

The field is set – the 2013 College Championships are coming your way.

The 2013 College Conference and Regional Championships are in the books, and 40 teams from across the country have qualified to compete at this year’s Division I College Championships. In all, over 700 teams in the open and women’s divisions competed in the USA Ultimate Championship Series this year. In just a few short weeks, two will have emerged as Division I college champions.

The Division I College Championships will take place May 24-27 in Madison, Wis., where the semifinal and final rounds in each division will be broadcast live on ESPN3 and followed up with airings on ESPNU. Twenty open and 20 women’s teams will take the field in Madison to determine who is the best of the best. Last year’s champions in both divisions, Pittsburgh’s En Sabah Nur in the open division and Washington’s Element in the women’s division, are both back this year to try and defend their titles.

Here is a look at who qualified for the Division I College Championships in each division and from each region.


   Open Division

   Women's Division

     Atlantic Coast

  1. North Carolina
  2. North Carolina-Wilmington
  1. Virginia
     Great Lakes
  1. Illinois
  1. Northwestern
     Metro East
  1. Cornell
  1. Ottawa
     New England
  1. Harvard
  2. Dartmouth
  1. Tufts
  2. Northeastern
     North Central
  1. Wisconsin
  2. Carleton College
  3. Luther
  1. Carleton College
  2. Iowa State
  3. Iowa
  4. Wisconsin
  5. Minnesota
  1. Oregon
  2. Washington
  1. Oregon
  2. British Columbia
  3. Washington
  4. Whitman
     Ohio Valley
  1. Pittsburgh
  2. Ohio
  1. Ohio State
     South Central
  1. Texas
  2. Colorado
  1. Texas
  1. Central Florida
  2. Georgia
  3. Florida State
  1. Georgia
  2. Central Florida
  1. California-Davis
  2. Arizona
  1. Stanford
  2. California-Santa Barbara


Coverage on the Road to Wisconsin, including many Regional Championship previews and recaps, is available on the USA Ultimate webpage at usaultimate.org. Be sure to check back in the days leading up to and during the College Championships for continuing coverage and photos from each days’ competition.

Everything leads up to the semifinal and final rounds which will be available for viewing in more than 85 million households across the country on ESPN3 and ESPNU. Check to see if you receive your internet or video subscription from an affiliated provider, and tune in Memorial Day weekend to see the best college teams in the country compete against one another on the networks of the worldwide leader in sports.

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