UT Dallas Chess Team Accomplishments

2013-14

  • First place in the Texas Collegiate Championship; First place individual
  • Seventh place in Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • First place in the Southwest Collegiate Championship; First place individual

2012-13

  • First place in Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • First place in the Texas Collegiate Championship
  • Second place in the Southwest Collegiate Championship
  • Tied for Second place in Final Four Championship

2011-12

  • Tied for First place in the Texas Collegiate Championship; First place individual
  • First place in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship, Took Division I and II titles
  • Tied for first for the Transatlantic Cup
  • Second place in the Texas Collegiate Championship

2010-11

  • First place in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • Second place in the Final Four Championship
  • First place in the Texas Collegiate Championship
  • Won TelePresence Match with Chennai District Chess Association
  • First place; Top Women's Team in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • First place in the Southwest Collegiate Championship
  • First and Second place in the College Chess League Championship

2009-10

  • Won the Transatlantic Cup
  • First place in the Southwest Collegiate Championship
  • Tied for Second and Fourth place; Top Women’s Team in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship

2008-09

  • First place in the Texas Collegiate Championship
  • Won the Transatlantic Cup
  • First place in the Southwest Collegiate Championship
  • Tied for First place; Took Division I and II titles; Top Women’s Team in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship.
  • First place in the College Chess League Championship
  • Tied for First place in the Southwest Collegiate Championship

2007-08

  • First place; Division I and IV titles; Top Women’s Team in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • First place in the Texas Collegiate Championship
  • First place in the National Collegiate Championship
  • First and Second place in the College Chess League Championship
  • Top College at the U.S. Amateur Team East Competition
  • First place in the Southwest Collegiate Championship
  • First place in the Final Four Championship
  • Won the Transatlantic Cup

2006-07

  • First place in the Southwest Collegiate Championship
  • First and Second place in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • First place in the National Collegiate Championship
  • Second place in the Texas Collegiate Championship
  • Top College at the U.S. Amateur Team East Competition
  • First place in the Final Four Championship

2005-06

  • Tied for First place in U.S. Amateur Team East Championship
  • Top College at the U.S. Amateur Team East Competition
  • First place in the Southwest Collegiate Championship
  • Second place in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • Second place in the National Collegiate Championship
  • Second place in the Final Four Championship

2004-05

  • Second place in the Final Four Championship
  • First place in the National Collegiate Championship
  • Second place in the Final Four Championship
  • Tied for First place in US Amateur Team East Championship
  • Top College at the U.S. Amateur Team East Competition
  • First place in the Texas Collegiate Championship

2003-04

  • First place in the Texas Collegiate Championship
  • First place in the inaugural National Collegiate Championships
  • First place in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • First place in Southwest Collegiate Championships

2002-03

  • First place in the Texas Collegiate Championship
  • Tied for Second Place in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • Held Second consecutive U.S. Collegiate FIDE rated tournament
  • First place in Southwest Collegiate Championships

2001-02

  • Tied for First Place in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • First Place in Collegiate Section at Texas State Tournament
  • First and Second place in the Texas Collegiate Championship
  • First in the Final Four of Collegiate Chess Champions for the Second Year
  • Top College & Third Place Team at the U.S. Amateur Team East Competition
  • First in the NCCL Tournament for the fourth Consecutive Year
  • Held First Ever U.S. Collegiate FIDE rated tournament

2000-01

  • First in the 2000 Texas Collegiate Championship
  • Top College Honors in U.S. Amateur Team East
  • Recognized by Texas Legislature
  • Tied for First in the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • UT Dallas named Chess College of the Year by the USCF
  • Received Mayan Chess Set from Governor of Chiapas, Mexico
  • First in the Final Four of Chess
  • First in the NCCL Tournament for the third Consecutive Year

1999-2000

  • Second at the Pan American Intercollegiate Championship
  • Top College Honors in U.S. Amateur Team East
  • First in the NCCL Tournament for Second Consecutive Year