April 3 - 6, 2024

DIVISION II MEN'S NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP

DIVISION II MEN'S NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP

TOURNAMENT HISTORY

The Division II Men’s National Intercollegiate Championship tournament is part of the United States Polo Association's Intercollegiate/Interscholastic (I/I) polo program, which is dedicated to growing the sport by providing maximum exposure, recruiting collegiate and scholastic institutions, coordinating activities, and organizing competition. Supporting this mission, the I/I program has experienced tremendous growth in recent years.

Developed from a targeted initiative to grow collegiate polo, the USPA and I/I leadership groups divided the intercollegiate system into Division I and Division II polo, leading to an increase in the number of emerging teams competing in spring tournaments and the number of competitive games at every level.

Division assignments are based on the strength of teams as determined by rosters, a team’s regular season scores, and the strength of their schedule. In addition, women’s and men’s teams from the same school are not required to play in the same division, allowing teams to participate at an appropriate level. Teams are able to move back and forth between the divisions from year to year to accommodate for student matriculation and annual roster changes.

First played for in 2022, at Legends Polo Club in Kaufman, Texas, Babson College (Luis Aguilar de Paz, Diego Ante, Frederick Borja, Leonardo Borja, Austin Hamilton, John Hamilton) claimed the inaugural title 13-8 over Skidmore College.

Relocating to Central Coast Polo Club in Los Osos, California, in 2023, defending Division II Men's National Intercollegiate champions Babson College (Leonardo Borja, Diego Ante, Frederick Borja, Umar Mukhtar) battled Southeastern Regional champions University of Kentucky (Nathan Church, Chase Waldron, Kurt Mion). Accumulating an early lead and never looking back, Babson claimed the 13-8 victory and back-to-back Division II Men’s National Intercollegiate Championship titles. Read article here.

Proudly returning to Central Coast Polo Club, this year's edition will crown a new champion, with Regional winners Cornell University (Northeastern), Georgetown University (Southeastern), Texas Tech University (Central) and Stanford University (Western) each vying for their first Division II Men's National Intercollegiate Championship title.

Photo: 2023 Division II Men's National Intercollegiate Champions: Babson College - Leonardo Borja, Coach Federico Wulff, Diego Ante, Frederick Borja. ©Kaile Roos

TEAMS AND ROSTERS

Bracket I

Bracket II

Bracket III

Bracket IV

Bracket V

Bracket VI

Bracket VII

Bracket VIII

Bracket IX

Bracket X

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Cornell University (Cornell) (2-0)

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Patricio Fraga-Errecart
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Benito Jaramillo
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Michael Lovier
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Eduardo Palacios-Garcia
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Harrison Fredericks
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Coach Tony Condo

Georgetown University (Georgetown) (1-1)

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Ford Middendorf
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Hamilton 'Max' Gundlach
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Benedikt Jaenecke
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Muhammad Bin Talal
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Alfonso Pla Zobel de Ayala
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Coach Gus Fraga-Errecart

Texas Tech University (Texas Tech) (0-1)

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Ameer Khan
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Cole Faires
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Grayson Price
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Camden Kolb
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Coach Ashley Owen

Stanford University (Stanford) (0-1)

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Nazar Khan
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Rodolfo Morelos
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Will Coors
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Amado Shrestha
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Marco Carrillo
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Coach Erich Schloss

DIVISION II MEN'S NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP

TOURNAMENT GAMES

Thursday, Apr 4, 2024

April 04

Final

Division II Men's National Intercollegiate Championship

Central Coast Polo Club

Cornell University (Cornell) logo

Cornell University (Cornell) (2-0)

30

Stanford University (Stanford) logo

Stanford University (Stanford) (0-1)

5

April 04

Final

Division II Men's National Intercollegiate Championship

Central Coast Polo Club

Georgetown University (Georgetown) logo

Georgetown University (Georgetown) (1-1)

11

Texas Tech University (Texas Tech) logo

Texas Tech University (Texas Tech) (0-1)

6

Saturday, Apr 6, 2024

April 06

Final

Division II Men's National Intercollegiate Championship

Central Coast Polo Club

Cornell University (Cornell) logo

Cornell University (Cornell) (2-0)

14

Georgetown University (Georgetown) logo

Georgetown University (Georgetown) (1-1)

10

DIVISION II MEN'S NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP

TOURNAMENT NEWS

DIVISION II MEN'S NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP

THE VENUE

Central Coast Polo Club (CCPC) is located in Los Osos on the beautiful Central Coast of California, halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. In operation year round, CCPC offers training, stabling, turnout, lessons, and competitive and fun polo. CCPC is very active in the USPA Middle School League, Interscholastic and Intercollegiate programs.

Central Coast Polo Club operates polo clinics throughout the summer for participants ages six and older. Equipped with a string of 30 school horses, CCPC offers special group and family packages. CCPC also has horses available for lease 12 months a year for arena and grass tournaments. CCPC hosts many USPA tournaments, and members travel extensively to several California polo clubs for tournaments during the year.

Central Coast Polo Club's manager Megan Judge, is a USPA B-rated umpire and the coach of the California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) intercollegiate team. CCPC invites you to come out, play, and join if you live on the beautiful Central Coast!


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