Collegiate Rocket League Spring 2022 - Eastern has come to an end. At the championship, which was held online from February 14 to March 22, 16 North American teams fought for a prize pool of $45,000, as well as three tickets to the Collegiate Rocket League Spring 2022 - Spring Championship. The winner of the tournament was the Northwood University Blue team, which outplayed the representatives of Stockton University with a score of 4:0 in the grand final.
The tournament for the future winner started with a confident performance in the regular stage, during which Northwood University Blue got thirteen victories, losing only to the University of Central Florida (1:3) and Seton Hall University (1:3). Nevertheless, the team from Michigan took the first place, thanks to which it made it to the playoffs of the competition.
Here, Northwood University Blue continued its confident run, cracking down on Valleyfield College (4:0) and St. Clair College (4:0) in the quarter-finals and semi-finals respectively. In the decisive match, the team confidently outplayed Stockton University (4:0), thus qualifying for the Collegiate Rocket League Spring 2022 - Spring Championship.
The third place in the championship went to the St. Clair College, which beat the University of Central Florida (4:1) in the decisive match for the Spring Championship slot.
Results of Collegiate Rocket League Spring 2022 - Eastern
- 1st place: Northwood University Blue - $8,500 + place in the Spring Championship.
- 2nd place: Stockton University - $4,750 + place in the Spring Championship.
- 3rd place: St. Clair College - $4,000 + Seat to the Spring Championship.
- 4th place: University of Central Florida - $5,750 + seat at CRL 2022 Worlds LCQ.
- 5th place: University of Akron — $2,500 + seat at CRL 2022 Worlds LCQ.
- 6th place: Virginia Tech - $2,500 + seat at CRL 2022 Worlds LCQ.
- 7th place: Oakland University — $2,500 + seat at CRL 2022 Worlds LCQ.
- 8th place: Valleyfield College - $2,500 + seat at CRL 2022 Worlds LCQ.
- 9th-12th place: University of South Florida, OSU Beanz, University of Florida Esports and Seton Hall University - $1,600 + place at CRL 2022 Worlds LCQ.
- 13th-16th place: Indiana University, RIT Orange, Northwood University White and Stevens Institute of Technology - $1,400 + place at CRL 2022 Worlds LCQ.