Past Articles from Alisha Schor
Alisha is a PhD student in mechanical engineering at MIT. While working on her degree, she played 5 years for MIT’s Smite and captained for 3 of those years. She has also played for Boston club teams Mixed Nuts and Vice.
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If you're going to survive the elements this winter, you need to be properly prepared.
Jan 12, 2016 by Alisha Schor in Opinion with 0 comments
With just two bids for three strong teams, Northeast Women's Regionals has shades of 2012, when Bent was sent home early.
Sep 24, 2014 by Alisha Schor in News, Preview with 12 comments
The Northeast Mixed region has been flush with bids for years. But with just two spots in Frisco in 2014, which teams will rise to the occasion?
Sep 24, 2014 by Alisha Schor in News, Preview with 8 comments
Ultiworld's Alisha Schor sat down with rising women's star Angela Zhu, who has dominated at the youth level for years and now plays for Brute Squad.
Sep 17, 2014 by Alisha Schor in Interview with 8 comments
Singaporean ultimate is just fifteen years old, but the small country will send three teams to Worlds this year. Learn more about another up-and-coming international ultimate scene.
Aug 1, 2014 by Alisha Schor in Preview with 3 comments
The US Open offers up the top competition of the Mixed Division regular season. Can home town favorite Drag'N Thrust begin their National title defense with a win at the US Open?
Jul 2, 2014 by Jesse Moskowitz, Alisha Schor, Alec Surmani, Alex Rummelhart and Katie Raynolds in Preview with 0 comments
The Boston Invite is always an important early tune-up for teams. That's never more true than in this Worlds year.
Jun 25, 2014 by Alisha Schor in News, Recap with 2 comments
By now, Boston Brute Squad’s roster shuffle is no secret.
Jun 16, 2014 by Alisha Schor in Preview with 9 comments
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