2022 Pro Championships: Final Thoughts (Women’s Division)

The major takeaways from the season's concluding event, plus All-Tournament first AND second teams.

Vancouver Traffic's Sarah Norton makes a diving catch against Nemesis at the 2022 Pro Championships.
Vancouver Traffic’s Sarah Norton makes a diving catch against Nemesis at the 2022 Pro Championships. Photo: Hugo Sowder

RALEIGH— We’ve finally reached the end of a really weird regular season. After months of very few women’s divisions games to discuss, Pro Champs gave us some insight into where everyone actually stands in relation to one another. While we’d be silly to make any rash conclusions after one weekend, we can certainly mull over what we witnessed one final time before turning our eyes to the prize: the Series.

BENT Is on the Outside Looking In

Despite several upsets this weekend, no actual bids changed hands due to the results. Number one on the list of teams who will be disappointed by this is #18 New York BENT; despite playing more sanctioned games than almost any other women’s team this season, they fell just short of taking home a bid for the Northeast. The New York crew only managed one win this weekend, against #15 Chicago Nemesis, and unfortunately that left them on the outside looking in.

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  1. Kelsey Hayden
    Kelsey Hayden

    Kelsey Hayden is an Ultiworld reporter, primarily covering the Premier Ultimate League and Western Ultimate League. She is originally from Goulds, Newfoundland, and currently resides in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She plays on a women's club team, Salty. You can follow Kelsey on Twitter - @hikelseyhayden - but warning, she rarely tweets and hates ultimate Twitter.

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