Past Articles from Ariel Jackson

Ariel Jackson

Ariel started playing ultimate in 2001 and has competed for Columbia High School, Rutgers, Pike, Stanford, and Boost FC. He began coaching with Boost FC and the MLU’s San Francisco Dogfish, before becoming a two-time national champion coach and two-time Club Coach of the Year for his work with Boston Brute Squad. He has an irrational affection for patches and electroswing; off the field he works in electrochemical energy research.

  1. Notes From A Contrarian Coach: Stop Settling For Garbage Dumps

    No NFL team calls passing plays 100% of the time, so why do so many ultimate teams always initiate their offense with a downfield look?

  2. Notes From A Contrarian Coach: Great Cutters Don’t Fake

    Cutting is about recognizing dangerous spaces on the field and attacking them at 100% effort at the key time.

  3. Notes From A Contrarian Coach: Advancing Strategic Development In Ultimate

    An introductory article for a new column from Brute Squad coach Ariel Jackson.

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