Seedings are coming out later today but I want to take a quick look at the teams that comprise the Nationals field. Before I do so, I want to revisit my predictions from last weekend's Regionals.
Below you will find the National Ultimate Media Panel's Womens Top 20 for the weeks beginning May 4, 2009.
Below you will find the National Ultimate Media Panel's Womens Top 20 for the weeks beginning April 20, 2009.
Success is the goal...but knowing why you (or anyone else) is successful can help make that success repeatable. Interested? Keep reading!
Coming off stellar regular seasons and convincing wins at sectionals, both men and women's club ultimate Frisbee advance to the regional championships feeling good about their chances.
Women's College Centex is centered around two things: competition and community. While a few teams remain at the top of the food chain, competitive games happened across the board and a number of up-and coming teams proved their worth as contenders for a bid to Nationals.
In this episode I talk to Matt Tsang, Gwen Ambler, and Alex Snyder, the coach and two captains of Fury. We talk about the history of the team, how they manage to be so successful, and their thoughts on the future.
Below you will find the National Ultimate Media Panel's Womens College Rankings for the weeks beginning March 25, 2009.
Going into the Stanford Invite, three of the most interesting storylines included: 1) The Battle for the Northwest 2) The Battle for the Southwest 3) The Atlantic Coast - Contenders or Pretenders
In 4 rankings this season, 3 teams have been ranked #1 UCSB in the preseason poll, followed by UBC, then Washington and again UCSB.
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