Past Articles from Katie Raynolds

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Katie Raynolds took a break from Seattle ultimate to test out the Midwestern scene, but now she’s back in the Northwest to investigate this “bubble” she keeps hearing about. She played for Northwestern Gungho, two seasons with Chicago Nemesis, and now plays for Seattle Underground. Katie serves as Ultiworld’s Women’s D1 College Editor, and is damn proud to cover women’s ultimate. You can reach her by email (katie@ultiworld.com) or on Twitter (@kraynolds90).

  1. Dartmouth Advances to Final Past Stanford With Unstoppable Offense

    Stanford mixed in a variety of defenses in an attempt to slow down the most dominant offense in the division.

  2. California’s Jackelyne Nguyen Wins The 2018 Callahan Award

    The second Callahan award for a Cal player in the last three years.

  3. D-I College Championships 2018: What We Saw On Day One (Women’s)

    The players and stories that defined the first day of Nationals!

  4. D-I College Championships 2018: Pool B Preview (Women’s)

    UC San Diego, Texas, Carleton, Western Washington, Michigan

  5. Stanford’s Playbook for (Almost) Beating Dartmouth

    Is this the blueprint for slaying the giant of the women's division?

  6. The Top 25 D-I Women’s College Players 2018 (Part 2: 11-25)

    College ultimate is filled with stars. Some play in high profile environments, get reps for elite club teams, or play in international competition.

  7. The Top 25 D-I Women’s College Players 2018 (Part 1: 1-10)

    Which player would you most want leading your team at Nationals this weekend?

  8. Oregon Bests UBC to Reclaim Regional Title (Northwest D-I Women’s Regional Recap)

    Oregon regained the upper hand on UBC, retaking the Regional Championship.

  9. BYU Is Undaunted: A Story About The Best Team That Won’t Play At Regionals

    The women of BYU CHI redefined success and made the 2018 season their best in program history.

  10. The Friday Five: College Endings, Club Beginnings, and Reminiscing of Regionals

    A reflective and anticipatory Five.

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