Practices are structured to teach the fundamentals of ultimate (throwing, cutting, etc), while at the same time
are meant to be challenging physically. We want to stress to new players that experience is not needed. We are not
expecting you to know everything or anything about ultimate. We understand that most people have never played organized
ultimate before, so don't worry.
What we do expect, however, is that each player comes to practice ready to work and with a willingness to learn.
Over 50 players attend the first few practices, please do not be intimidated. You will stand out from the crowd if you work hard, listen well, and play good defense during scrimmages.
Again, welcome! We are excited to see what you can do!
The team travels to several tournaments each semester, some as far away as Tennessee, so it is important to be prepared. A tournament generally has 4 games on Saturday and 3-4 games on Sunday. Needless to say they are exhausting, but attending tournaments is the best way to get better as a player and bond with your teammates.
Once more, welcome to the team! See you on the field!