The 2013 USA Ultimate College season is underway:
Check out the 2013 College postseason results, and read our volunteer coverage of 2013 regionals.
2013 Regular Season
There were 64 open and 47 women's sanctioned events as a part of the 2013 college regular season. For a list of the results, go to our 2013 college season archives.
Roster Log: Open
Roster Log: Women
College Rankings: Open
Regional boundaries / Conference assignments
USA Ultimate's Youth Division is comprised of a competition for teams from a single school (High School Championships, HS Regional Championships) as well as youth club teams from the same geographic area (Youth Club Championship).
- Youth Division Contacts
- Youth Competition Guidelines
High School Regional Championships
May 18 - 19
High School State Championships
A record 25 states will hold official USA Ultimate High School Championships this year. If your state is not listed above, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how your state can work towards having an official HS State Championship.
Youth Club Championships
The 2013 Youth Club Championships will take place in Blaine, MN. There will be a U-16 division (Open) and U-19 divisions (Girls, Mixed, Open).
Beginning with the 2013 season, the USA Ultimate Triple Crown Tour provides something for everyone and represents the next step in the evolution of the sport.
The elements that have long made Ultimate so popular among players of all levels are the same ones that are propelling it to even greater interest within the sports community.
The sport of Ultimate is growing and garnering new fans and players every day - the time for the USA Ultimate Triple Crown Tour has come, and everyone is invited!
2013 Select Flight Teams and Tournaments
USA Ultimate and ESPN Announce Multi-Year Agreement
2013 Triple Crown Tour Field Set
National Championships head to Frisco, TX
2013 TCT Regular Season Announced
WFDF Partners with USA Ultimate on U.S. Open
Send any questions to email@example.com.
Announcing USA Ultimate's 2013-2018 Strategic Plan
To advance the sport of Ultimate in the United States by enhancing and promoting Character. Community and Competition.
Ultimate is widely known, played, and respected in the United States as a sport that inspires athletic excellence and integrity among participants and fans.
Our Core Values:
Respect, Integrity, Responsibility, Leadership, Teamwork
"Spirit. Integrity. Doing the right thing, being a good teammate and opponent, and making the right calls...what an ultimate player does!"
- Nina (Seattle, WA)Learn More
"Drawing in people that like/love the sport. Working together to spread the word about the sport they love all the while experiencing it together."
- Matthew (Omaha, NE)Learn More
"Everyone competes at his/her own level, whatever it is. That competitive experience is meaningful and valuable."
- Catherine (Park City, UT) Learn More