2001 Intercollegiate Championship Tournament

Date: Friday, April 6, 2001 – Saturday, April 7, 2001
Location: Washington University in St. Louis (St. Louis, MO)

Division I (ICT-01)

#UGTeamW–L%Points
1 Chicago14–0100.0%330
2 Michigan A12–475.0%310
3 Michigan B10–566.7% 
4 Illinois12–380.0% 
5 Virginia9–660.0% 
6 1 Princeton A10–566.7% 
7 UC Berkeley9–660.0% 
8 Kentucky10–566.7% 
9 Oxford8–753.3% 
10 MIT8–753.3% 
11 2 Berry8–753.3% 
12 3 Case Western8–753.3% 
13 Florida8–753.3% 
14 Florida Atlantic8–753.3% 
15 Harvard9–660.0% 
16 Wisconsin8–753.3% 
17 Arkansas8–753.3% 
18 Texas8–753.3% 
19 Princeton B7–846.7% 
20 Georgia9–660.0% 
21 Carleton College7–846.7% 
22 Texas A&M7–846.7% 
23 Yale6–940.0% 
24 Oklahoma7–846.7% 
25 Iowa6–940.0% 
26 Caltech8–753.3% 
27 Oregon4–1126.7% 
28 Duke7–846.7% 
29 Bowling Green5–1033.3% 
30 Wichita State7–846.7% 
31 Williams4–1126.7% 
32 Michigan State5–1033.3% 
33 Pittsburgh5–1033.3% 
34 Penn5–1033.3% 
35 DePauw2–1214.3% 
36 UT-Chattanooga1–137.1% 

Division II (ICT-01DII)

#TeamW–L%Points
1 Pittsburgh16–0100.0%320
2 Emory14–287.5%205
3 Stanford12–380.0% 
4 Princeton13–286.7% 
5 UC Berkeley10–566.7% 
6 Georgetown9–660.0% 
7 Chicago8–753.3% 
8 Illinois8–753.3% 
9 Sewanee10–566.7% 
10 Northwestern8–753.3% 
10 Occidental8–753.3% 
12 Maryland7–846.7% 
12 Yale7–846.7% 
14 Brandeis6–940.0% 
14 Florida6–940.0% 
16 Yeshiva4–1126.7% 
17 Carleton College7–846.7% 
17 Missouri S&T7–846.7% 
17 Oklahoma7–846.7% 
20 NYU6–940.0% 
21 USC5–1033.3% 
22 Johns Hopkins2–1313.3% 
23 Michigan2–1313.3% 
24 Simon Fraser0–150.0% 

Explanation of Statistics

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