The men’s field was perhaps a bit more murky in this year’s disparate Callahan race. North Carolina’s Anders Juengst’s name was all over the place in 2021 – he even appeared on Deep Look
– and he’s going to parlay that into some 2022 notoriety. He’s one of three
AC-based finalists, joining NC State’s Michael Lee and William & Mary’s Jonny Malks. Veteran Cole Jurek from Minnesota, who should be in 2022 POTY contention, and Brown D-line stalwart Azeez Adeyemi round out the top five.
We don’t have a final date yet for the announcement of the winner.
Milwaukee to Host 2022 D-I and D-III College Championships
Nationals is headed back to Milwaukee
! Both the D-I and D-III College Championships will take place at Uihlein Soccoer Complex, which hosted D-I Nationals in 2015 and 2018, as well as D-III in 2013.
The 2022 D-I Championships will be May 27-30, while D-III will be a week prior on May 21-23.
If you’re doing some counting, you’ll notice that’s an extra day of Division III competition compared to its typical two-day format. Our own D-III men’s editor, Mike Ball, has long clamored for an expansion in the D-III Nationals schedule, and USA Ultimate is giving it a shot after 2021’s four-day competition plan.
While we don’t know the particulars of the format yet, the news was met with positivity in the D-III sections of our Discord. #D3Days
Tulane Men’s Team Documentary
The Tulane Tucks attended their first D-I College Championships in Norco, CA, and documented their experience. It is fun look inside the experience of an underdog at Nationals. Plus, they take a bunch of shots at Ultiworld! Check it out.