Universe Point, Presented by UP Cleats: Brown vs. Cal Poly-SLO

Bracket play pits two top teams in the quarters!

The most climactic point in ultimate is double game point–also known as ‘Universe Point’–when the pressure is on and a single goal will decide who will be the victor. This club season, Universe Point cleats is presenting every double game point we film. Check out Universe Point if you are looking for a comfortable, ultimate specific cleat with a patented stud pattern that can give you an edge to win your next double game point, or any other time you take the field.

Quarterfinals at the College Championships pitted 2019 national champion Brown Brownian Motion and 2019 semifinalist Cal Poly-SLO SLOCORE. The star-studded affair did not disappoint, as John Randolph and Kenrick Koo led these two powerhouse squads down to the wire. Add this Universe Point to the list of entertaining ultimate we witnessed in 2021.

Universe Point, Presented by UP Cleats: Brown vs. Cal Poly-SLO | Men’s Quarterfinal

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  1. Aidan Shapiro-Leighton
    Aidan Shapiro-Leighton

    Aidan Shapiro-Leighton is the Director of Video for Ultiworld, managing live streaming, post-produced editing, documentary shorts, and anything else that comes up for the video team. He played for Harvard Redline, Cleveland Smokestack, and Auckland Hive and now resides in New York. You can reach him via email (aidan@ultiworld.com) or on Twitter (@arashap69).

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