The DC Breeze have been hard at work this off-season hosting a number of clinics around the greater Washington metropolitan area. Earlier this month, Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, MD hosted Breeze players and staff as Physical Education guest instructors. The volunteers welcomed over 300 students to the world of Ultimate, teaching skills and techniques in a clinic format to seven separate P.E. classes. It was another successful clinic…
A youth Karate team from Uzbekistan and their instructors were the most recent beneficiary of a DC Breeze Ultimate clinic through the U.S. Department of State’s SportsUnited program. Breeze players Brad Scott and Matt Kerrigan led the clinic for this group of talented young martial artists in this latest installment of our ongoing international clinic series.
For the fifth consecutive year, local Washington, DC players will lead an Ultimate Frisbee clinic in Panama City, Panama. Breeze captain Rowan McDonnell and Virginia High School Coach of the Year Cody Johnston will coach almost 200 youth participants during a two-week clinic that culminates with the start of Panama City’s summer league. The clinic and summer league is sponsored by The City of Knowledge, a community formed for…
The DC Breeze have been hard at work this off-season hosting a number of clinics around the greater Washington metropolitan area. Last week, Woodrow Wilson High School and Wilson High School Ultimate Coach Dave Ohls hosted Breeze players and staff as Physical Education guest instructors. The volunteers spent three days at Wilson High School teaching Ultimate skills and techniques in a clinic format to six separate P.E. classes.
The DC Breeze are excited to announce a first-of-its-kind event to showcase young female talent in the Washington, D.C. area: the DMV Women’s College All Stars vs. the DC Women’s Club Young Alums. Inspired by the All-Star Ultimate Tour that garnered significant attention in 2015 and 2016, this showcase game will feature top players from eight DC, Maryland, and Virginia colleges facing off against recent college graduates from local club…
Frederick Area Ultimate hosted their annual Halloween Hat Tourney and Youth Clinic last Saturday in Frederick, MD, and the Breeze were out in force.
DC Breeze players and staff, along with Kelly Ross of elite DC mixed team Ambiguous Grey, spent two days at Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, VA teaching Ultimate skills and techniques in clinics for each of the six 9th grade P.E. classes.
The 5th and final round of the Breeze/WAFC Middle School Clinic Series took place this past Sunday at Montgomery Hills in Silver Spring, MD. Overall it was fantastic series with a lot of passionate and talented kids, upwards of 150 in all.
Ben Feng will hang up his cleats for good this winter and retire from the DC Breeze as a player. He announced today that he will use his retirement to focus on youth, women’s and mixed development with an emphasis on gender equity, and has accepted a position with the team as its new Youth and Gender Equity Coordinator.
Round 2 of the 5-round Breeze/WAFC Middle School Clinic Series took place last Sunday at Washington-Lee High School in Arlington. Following a terrific first evening September 18 with 40 kids in attendance, Round 2 surpassed the opening night with almost 60 middle schoolers participating in the 2-hour session.