Past Articles from Kelsey Hayden
Kelsey is an ultimate frisbee player originally from Goulds, Newfoundland, and currently residing in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She plays with a women’s club team, Salty, and is the Team Manager for an open club team, Madhouse. Kelsey is really excited about the FWD program — she’s always been an avid reader of sports columns and articles and so she’s very interested to learn the ins and outs of how to create engaging content, while also learning more about the sport she’s grown to love.
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With upsets everywhere, Boston Siege took down ESC with an impressive performance.
Aug 21, 2019 by Kelsey Hayden in Recap with 0 comments
A major prove it tournament for teams in the division's middle tiers.
Aug 15, 2019 by Kelsey Hayden in Preview with 0 comments
During the 2019 summer and fall season, we will publish a bite-sized weekly recap of the action across the Club Division.
Aug 8, 2019 by Kelsey Hayden and Steve Sullivan in Coverage with 0 comments
With the nation's top young players away at U24 Worlds, older generations gathered for a midsummer national championship event.
Jul 25, 2019 by Kelsey Hayden in Coverage, News, Recap with 0 comments
Injury recovery may be a personal process, but teammates can help ease the burden.
Jul 16, 2019 by Kelsey Hayden in Opinion with 0 comments
We preview the top 25 teams heading into the 2019 season.
Jul 12, 2019 by Kelsey Hayden, Nina Horowitz, Graham Gerhart, Daniel Prentice and Layne Scherer in Rankings with 0 comments
A quiet weekend on the club front before the TCT main events kick off.
Jul 11, 2019 by Kelsey Hayden in Coverage with 0 comments
Get to know the biggest stars, the new faces, and the pivotal stories of this club season.
Jul 10, 2019 by Daniel Prentice, Graham Gerhart, Nina Horowitz, Keith Raynor, Layne Scherer and Kelsey Hayden in Preview with 0 comments
Top tier tournaments from coast to coast.
Jun 27, 2019 by Kelsey Hayden in Coverage with 0 comments
It’s been three years since New York’s top women’s team has qualified for Nationals and there’s plenty of turnover heading into a new season.
Jun 24, 2019 by Kelsey Hayden in Livewire with 0 comments
- Australian Ultimate League 2019: New Scoring, Same 6v6 Mixed
- Sin The Fields: A Moment of Silence for Those Who Went to Rockford Last Weekend
- Pro-Elite Challenge 2019: Men’s Highlights
- Mailbag: Making The Case For A Wild Card Nationals Play-In Tournament
- EUCR East 2019: Tournament Preview (Men’s and Women’s)