Past Articles from Kahyee Fong
Kahyee Fong is an Ultiworld statistics contributor. He started playing Ultimate in high school for the Watchung Hills Warriors. He went on to play for — and captain — NYU’s college team. While at NYU, he studied finance and actuarial science. Email him at email@example.com.
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Spacing is one thing that defines most great offenses.
May 21, 2014 by Cody Johnston and Kahyee Fong in Analysis, Video with 7 comments
As the top college teams prepare to descend on Cincinnati for the College Championships, Ultiworld sat down with the season’s footage to identify some of…
May 19, 2014 by Ian Toner, Sion "Brummie" Scone, Sean Childers and Kahyee Fong in Analysis, Video with 24 comments
This year’s Stanford Invite was defined by wind, rain delays, and upsets.
Mar 11, 2014 by Cody Johnston, Sean Childers and Kahyee Fong in Analysis, Video with 9 comments
Big skies, layout Ds, and full-field hucks get all the attention, but resets win games. Ultiworld's Reset Series starts by analyzing Pittsburgh’s breakside resets, one of the most unique reset systems in the college game.
Feb 12, 2014 by Cody Johnston and Kahyee Fong in Analysis, Featured with 18 comments
It’s Sunday. It’s windy.
Feb 3, 2014 by Ian Toner, Sean Childers, Cody Johnston and Kahyee Fong in Analysis, Featured, Video with 9 comments
We’re not even really into the true College Season yet – making ranking, analysis, and storylines difficult to predict. But a few big-name programs brought back tons of club talent and, even in preseason, looked poised to make a Nationals run. UNC is one of those teams and their contender status is certainly bolstered by...
Jan 22, 2014 by Sion "Brummie" Scone, Cody Johnston, Ian Toner, Sean Childers and Kahyee Fong in Analysis, Featured with 28 comments
“This tournament for us, frankly, is not about winning, it’s about developing young talent.” said Revolver coach Mike Payne.
Jul 6, 2013 by Husayn Carnegie, Kahyee Fong and Victor Smith in Preview with 1 comments
In their first game of the US Open, Riot took a comfortable 8-1 halftime lead against Colombia’s Revolution. Most teams would relax.
Jul 6, 2013 by Sean Childers, Kahyee Fong and Keith Raynor in Preview with 2 comments
When New York’s Pride of New York (PoNY) went into their halftime team huddle down one point, there was a sense that they were on…
Jul 1, 2013 by Sean Childers and Kahyee Fong in News with 2 comments
When we talk, think, and strategize about Ultimate, defensive skill sometimes takes a back seat to offensive play. But we have begun to search for new ways to quantify good defense. Here we introduce one of those: the Ultiworld D rating.
Jul 1, 2013 by Sean Childers and Kahyee Fong in Analysis, Featured with 28 comments