Under-The-Radar Stories: Women’s Division At The US Open

Under the radar stories from the regular season's premier event.

Brute Squad’s Jessie Grignon Tomas. Photo: Jeff Bell — UltiPhotos.com

During the US Open, there were several secondary storylines that emerged that I didn’t really get to touch on in our daily coverage. Sometimes only the biggest names get mentioned, or teams get knocked out too early for us to really get to talk about them in detail. So here are those little snippets: the thoughts I had during the weekend that didn’t quite make the cut for our daily recaps but still deserved discussion.

Maria Paula Santos is the next bright Revolution star.

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    Daniel Prentice is a Senior Staff Writer at Ultiworld. Daniel is a product of the Tallahassee ultimate community and has been writing for Ultiworld since 2015. You can follow him on Twitter @danielprent and email him at daniel.prentice@ultiworld.com.

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