The stories readers clicked on the most.
December 27, 2018 by Charlie Eisenhood in Links with 0 comments
Today begins one of our favorite Ultiworld traditions: the annual Year In Review series. We will look back over the biggest stories, most popular articles, the “best of” the year, and more over the next week. We kick things off with a look at the 10 most popular articles — based on pageviews — from 2017.
Ironside disintegrated last offseason and Dig took the reins as the top Men’s team in Boston.
As simple as the title suggests, a breakdown of the highs and lows of jersey design at College Nationals.
Personal writing from former Ironside player Thomas Edmonds that didn’t find the fulfillment he hoped to when he finally made Ironside.
Brute Squad coach Ariel Jackson wrote about the overvaluing of fakes and the importance of simply attacking dangerous space.
Kathy Frantz shared the results of her undergraduate research project that showed a markedly higher usage rate for male players (vs. female players) on mixed teams.
One email about a party got the Delaware women’s team suspended for over a year.
Some falsely reported scores during seeding-only games at Sectionals ended up causing a firestorm after the offending teams’ captains were suspended for the first day of Regionals.
There was plenty of initial hype about the United Ultimate League, but it failed to get off the ground after badly missing its crowdfunding target.
Former Truck Stop player Jonathan Neeley penned this piece about the perils of talking about sex with teammates.
A controversial cheer by the Belgium U20 Boys team led WFDF to take away their bronze medal and bar them from attending the tournament party.