Men’s Division All-Pool Lines from Day 2 of the 2023 D-I College Championships

Seven on the line in every pool!

Texas’ Zach Slayton skies Colorado’s Danny Landesman during pool play at the 2023 D-I College Championships. Photo: Kevin Leclaire – UltiPhotos.com

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It’s Saturday night in Mason1, Ohio, and we have fully entered the bracket stage of the tournament. The line calling is tightening. The field is narrowing. The stakes are skyrocketing. It is easy, too easy, to get caught up in the pyramidal structure of it all pointing us ever onward and upward.

So let us for a moment resist the temptation of progress and take a glance backward at what brought us here. Let us honor the despondent and the jubilant, the ennobled and the downtrodden, the quick and the dead as they were on Friday morning and Saturday afternoon. Let what came before not be erased by the continual erosion of the present. To that end, we have selected All-Pool lines from each of the four quintets.

Pool A


  1. and Lebanon 

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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.

  2. Alex Rubin
    Alex Rubin

    Alex Rubin started writing for Ultiworld in 2018. He is a graduate of Northwestern University where he played for four years. After a stint in Los Angeles coaching high school and college teams, they moved to Chicago to experience real seasons and eat deep dish pizza. You can reach Alex through e-mail ([email protected]) or Twitter (@arubes14).

  3. Jake Thorne
    Jake Thorne

    Jake Thorne is a staff writer for Ultiworld with a focus on the college division. He is a graduate of Cal Poly SLO, where he played for four years. He now lives and works full-time in sales for a fintech company in San Francisco.

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