Two Hotchkiss alumnae earned an ultimate world championship title this summer! Theresa Yu '19 represented the U.S. in July as a member of the U-24 Women's National Team and helped her squad win the gold medal. Rohre Titcomb '05 was instrumental in Team USA’s victory as a coach.
Theresa played in all nine games at Worlds, including the final 14-9 victory against Japan. She scored six goals and made six assists throughout the tournament to help Team USA achieve its third straight title at U-24 Worlds.
Theresa celebrated an impressive season with three championship victories at the college, professional, and world levels. Her college team, UNC Pleiades, threepeated as D-1 Women's College National Champions. Her professional team, Raleigh Radiance, won the Professional Ultimate League championship. Qxhna Titcomb '11 is her Radiance teammate.
Rohre is transitioning into her role of coach after a storied career in which she won a range of national and world championships as a player at Hotchkiss and Dartmouth, on several U.S. teams, and with her club team Seattle Riot. This spring, as the head coach of the Seattle Tempest, she helped the team repeat as champions of the Western Ultimate League, the West Coast professional women's ultimate league.
Read more about how the five Titcomb siblings have played a leading role in making ultimate an increasingly prominent sport in a Hotchkiss Magazine profile.