Early-Season Recap!

It's rare that ultimate fans are treated to displays of the best that the sport has to offer on back to back weekends, but that is exactly what we are lucky enough to witness this week. Last weekend it was USAU Club Nationals in sunny San Diego while this weekend holds Catholic Justice's Blue and Grey Scrim at beautiful Cooper Field, two events of equal magnitude in the ultimate world….

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Thomas Elbert
Brodown Recap

It was Saturday October 13th, and the boys from the Hilltop were rearing to go for another showing at University of Maryland’s annual Brodown tournament.  Nationals back in May was merely a well-publicized warm-up for this rollercoaster of a tournament, as anyone who’s anyone knows that Brodown is the place where true stars are born…

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Thomas Elbert
Nationals Recap

When we last left you, Georgetown Catholic Justice had qualified for Nationals for the first time in the Program’s history. While the hype was slightly subdued by the reality thatNationals-caliber athletes still must take exams, the weeks following our adventures in Axton, VA were ones of excitement and anticipation. Finals passed, along with Senior Week, and—although we tried to halt the ceremony to keep them from getting diplomas—graduation marked the end of the academic careers for the team’s seven seniors, Box, Cullom, Dan, Dylan, Logan, Max, and Tony.

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Thomas Elbert
Sectionals Recap

Justice started out our day on Saturday by arriving first to the fields, the first of many victories—and many warmups—for the squad. The weather is always uncontrollable, and today we couldn’t control that it was 80 degrees and sunny with winds < 10 mph. Before the tournament’s first pull, we set the team goal of 5 breaks per half per game

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Thomas Elbert
Regionals Recap

A quick check of the Ultiworld website reminded us that our region was only worth two fire emojis and that, if they were lucky, a bubble team like Maryland or USC might be able to snag one of the region’s four bids to Nationals. With that in mind, and definitely not too concerned about the snub, we headed south.

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Thomas Elbert