One of our most popular features is back for the College Championships.
May 29, 2022 by Alex Rubin in Coverage with 0 comments
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For those who have not been to Nationals in person, there are few events in our community that can match the camaraderie and celebration seen at the College Championships. For everyone following along at home, there is only so much that can be seen on the Ultiworld livestreams, and many viewers supplement their Nationals-following experience with a scroll through Twitter.
But don’t worry if you aren’t on the bird app or missed some of the action yesterday. After compiling highlights at the Club Championships last fall, we’re back to roundup of some of the best tweets we saw during Day Two from Milwaukee.
Cal Poly SLO was undeterred by their slow start to the day. The team went 3-0 without getting broken.
UNC is undefeated so far at the College Championships, but will forfeit the race to the hotel breakfast with their first round bye.
Ben Banyas throws frisbees every day. Tweets tend to get at least 50% more likes when featured on Ultiworld’s “Best Tweets from the D-I College Championships” articles.
Jenna Weiner is a host of Ultiworld’s Double OT Podcast and apparently does not have the best interests of the Southwest region in mind while tweeting.
Alex Davis is the fastest ultimate player. You can find him and challenge him to a race on the UNC men’s sideline.
Like Pitt B, Texas is eliminated from championship contention.
Clara Stewart leads Northeastern with 12 blocks, 8 assists, and 25 turnovers. Aiming for baskets rather than teammates might explain some of those throwaways, but we’ll have to double check those block numbers…
UNC Darkside is offering no free scouting to opponents by describing their current play with the names of players from their previous teams.
If anybody would like to fictionalize a definition for whatever NFTs are, it would be of great help to Charles Cleary, one of ultimate’s most proficient highlight filmers.