Past Articles in Analysis
A weak regular season didn't stop Scandal from dominating the postseason. What happened?
June 30, 2015 by Tim Schoch, Timothy Bobrowski and Jesse Goldstein in Analysis with 3 Comments
The Women’s Club division had quite the offseason, setting us up for a 2015 season filled to the brim with storylines. One of the faces of the game is on move, a legend cut retirement short to return to her star-studded team, and one of the premier women from outside the division has joined its...
June 25, 2015 by Keith Raynor in Analysis, Preview with 17 Comments
There is a cliché found throughout sports broadcasting that certain athletes “play the game the right way.” These rhetorical paragons, whether they play basketball or water polo, are generally hard working veterans with a respect for the sanctity of the game. They are rarely flashy on the field, and often classy off of it. Their...
June 24, 2015 by Patrick Stegemoeller in Analysis with 0 Comments
Today Ultiworld is proud to help announce the inaugural Michelle Ng Inspiration Award. This award, along with the True Veteran Award, will be given out at the beginning of every club season. Both awards were established and funded by Mike Lawler, a longtime women’s ultimate coach. The Michelle Ng Inspiration Award will be awarded to women who have...
June 24, 2015 by Katie Raynolds in Analysis with 2 Comments
2014 Club Game of the Year: Breaking Down GOAT v. Johnny Bravo, Powered by Agility from Five Ultimate
Should GOAT have been in the 2014 National Championship game? Coming off their huge upset over Revolver in the quarterfinals (the actual game of the year — of which there is no video), GOAT took on the other tournament favorite, Johnny Bravo, in the semifinals at Nationals. That game hasn’t been discussed or viewed as...
June 24, 2015 by David Baer, Sean Childers, Sion "Brummie" Scone and Jesse Goldstein in Analysis with 6 Comments
The best foods to keep on hand for optimal tournament performance.
June 24, 2015 by Kate Schlag in Analysis with 7 Comments
This is the third part in a four part series on the forehand. So far, this series has focused almost entirely on reviewing other resources for learning and improving the forehand. While I’ll continue to discuss other resources in this part, we’ll be moving more into the realm of guidance and advice here. One of...
June 23, 2015 by Kyle Weisbrod in Analysis with 7 Comments
It's going to be a fun year.
June 22, 2015 by Charlie Eisenhood in Analysis with 13 Comments
Add distance to your hucks with these great exercises.
June 22, 2015 by Steven Wartinbee in Analysis with 1 Comments
As the club regular season gets underway and your focus transitions to your speed and quickness, one of the most important elements of these abilities is your reaction time. Traditional speed exercises don’t necessarily have reactivity built into them. Often they will start with a “gunshot” type cue (or someone yelling “go”), but beyond that, there is...
June 18, 2015 by Patrick Kelsey in Analysis with 4 Comments