Past Articles in Analysis
Leila Tunnell displayed an almost effortless dominance this season.
October 7, 2015 by Keith Raynor in Analysis with 1 Comments
Cassidy Rasmussen had an amazing 2015.
October 7, 2015 by Charlie Eisenhood in Analysis with 2 Comments
While rarely focused on as much as cutting, effectively clearing space can be just as important to your team's offensive flow.
October 6, 2015 by Alex Rummelhart in Analysis with 7 Comments
Other sports don't ask young players to play on the same field or use the same equipment as adults.
October 6, 2015 by Kyle Weisbrod in Analysis with 32 Comments
Ironside gets back to semis, but for yet another year, they come away with no title.
October 4, 2015 by Patrick Stegemoeller in Analysis with 2 Comments
Sockeye and Revolver meet again in a big final. Maybe this year it’s more surprising than normal, given Revolver’s patchy record and Sockeye’s poor performance at last year’s Nationals, but it’s still a match-up that puts two extremely capable and experienced teams into the Championship game. Far from being the untouchable powerhouses of the past,...
October 4, 2015 by Sion "Brummie" Scone and Benyamin Elias in Analysis with 0 Comments
The best rivalry in ultimate saw yet another chapter added in a final four matchup at a major tournament on Saturday. Riot and Fury have played so many incredible games over the years and the matchup is filled with so many story lines that when the two teams each won their quarterfinal games on Friday,...
October 4, 2015 by Daniel Prentice in Analysis with 1 Comments
San Francisco Revolver had just finished a clinical performance under the lights, putting away Chicago Machine 15-11 in the latter’s first trip to semifinals in Frisco. As the stands cleared of fans and the feeling of loss settled in on embracing pairs of Machine players, Jonathan “Goose” Helton walked slowly off the field, in pain...
October 4, 2015 by Simon Pollock in Analysis with 1 Comments
Machine was winless during pool play, and Johnny Bravo was undefeated before their meeting. But in one game, both the negative and positive Thursday results for each team were erased. Machine eventually made the semifinals, and the defending National Champions were eliminated in prequarters. Which team in this situation proves that pool play is irrelevant? Both. Chicago...
October 3, 2015 by Preston Thompson in Analysis with 9 Comments
Raleigh Ring of Fire has been inconsistent this season, but few doubt that they have the talent to compete deep into Nationals. Our video breakdown of their defense shows why Ring is such a dangerous opponent in bracket play, even if consistency remains a question mark.
September 30, 2015 by Kevin Herrera and Jesse Goldstein in Analysis with 0 Comments
- Making Spirit Scores Meaningful (And Why It Matters)
- Freshly Minted Dime: Mixtape’s Khalif El-Salaam Puts Up A High Release Flick Huck
- Austin, Dallas Joining AUDL’s South Division In 2016
- 2015 Women’s Club Player of the Year: Brute Squad’s Leila Tunnell
- 2015 Men’s Club Player Of The Year: Revolver’s Cassidy Rasmussen