2022 Pro Championships: Final Thoughts (Men’s Division)

The takeaways from a big closing weekend.

Washington DC Truck Stop's Rowan McDonnell leaps for a disc against Raleigh Ring of Fire at the 2022 Pro Championships.
Washington DC Truck Stop’s Rowan McDonnell leaps for a disc against Raleigh Ring of Fire at the 2022 Pro Championships. Photo: Brian Whittier

As the Series kicks off around the country, we go through a few enduring thoughts from the final event of the regular season.

Incomplete Looks

Yes, Pro Champs was our best preview of the postseason form of many of the contenders. But there were enough key absences that we can’t really feel confident in our assessments of the shape of these teams.

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  1. Edward Stephens
    Edward Stephens

    Edward Stephens has an MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College. He writes and plays ultimate in Athens, Georgia.

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