Hopefully you watched a lot of great ultimate during the recently concluded Breeze season. Now it’s time to get out there and play!
Here are the Top 10 Breeze players for Ds in 2015. The team recorded 179 Ds in all, 118 of them from this fine group and its fearless leader Andrew Allen.
It’s Throwback Thursday — The Washington Post found some space on the 2nd page of their Sports section on April 10 of this year, to tell the DC area about our season opener and first game ever at Gallaudet University the following day in an article written by Clinton Yates. Here’s to much more major media press for our terrific sport!
WTOP News published a story this morning by Digital Sports Editor Noah Frank about the DC Ultimate Community’s perspective on Ultimate in the Olympics. Great article. It also includes some thoughts from Breeze co-owner Don Grage.
Here are your Top 10 goal scorers for the DC Breeze in 2015, along with their total catches and catch percentages. These ten players accounted for 196 of the team’s 301 goals scored this season, or 65% of the team’s tally.
The AUDL announced the final candidates today for the AUDL MVP, and here they are. Who’s your pick?
When his Breeze contract expires in 2018, Bradley Scott will be not just a superstar athlete but quite possibly a world renowned poet. Why, you ask? Here’s his bio… “Now, this is a story all about how My life got hucked-hurled upside down And I’d like to take a minute If you would please I’ll tell you how I became a player on a team called the Breeze.” … Brad…
The DC Breeze announced today that 2015 stats leaders David Boylan-Kolchin and Matt Kerrigan have both re-signed with the team. Kerrigan signed a 2-year deal and Boylan-Kolchin a 1-year deal, ensuring both players will return to provide more big plays and big numbers for a Breeze squad with big playoff aspirations in 2016.
2013-15 Breeze Intern and Georgetown alum Steven Wartinbee has just released a terrific writeup of the Aug 8-9 AUDL Championships on Ultiworld. Here are a few excerpts… Our favorite: “Overall, this was the one of the best-run, most elaborate ultimate events I’ve ever watched (including college nationals). Terrific attractions for spectators, both those who know the sport and those who were being introduced for the first time. Championship Weekend 2015…
The American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL) has raised almost $750,000 for charity through the Championship Weekend Spirit Challenge (currently $749,000 with a few hours to go).