Saint John’s Ultimate has been a staple in the North Central trifecta of D-III ultimate programs, including Carleton College GOP and St. Olaf. Founded as BAM in 1994, Saint John’s changed to Friar Huck in 2002 and back to BAM in 2005, before settling on Saint John’s Ultimate in 2013 at the behest of the Club Funding Board and Dean of Students. As USA Ultimate began to legitimize D-III ultimate, Saint John’s began to take themselves seriously as well, enjoying a bittersweet second-place finish behind Claremont in the 2011 final. In 2012, Saint John’s entered the Division III Championships as the first overall seed before falling to eventual champions and North Central rivals Carleton GOP in the quarterfinals. In 2014, Saint John’s finished 13th in a disappointing Nationals performance. This year, Saint John’s found their stride at regionals, riding uncharacteristically unselfish play to a 7-0 record on the weekend, securing first place in the North Central Region and punching their ticket to Lexington, Ky.
College Championship Appearances
2010, 2011, 2012, 2014