Past Articles from Kevin Herrera
Kevin Herrera is an Ultiworld video analyst. He played college ultimate at the University of Minnesota and University of Georgia, before attending law school in New York. He has played for PoNY, the Nashville Nightwatch, and NOISE. He lives in Tennessee.
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Raleigh Ring of Fire has been inconsistent this season, but few doubt that they have the talent to compete deep into Nationals. Our video breakdown of their defense shows why Ring is such a dangerous opponent in bracket play, even if consistency remains a question mark.
Sep 30, 2015 by Kevin Herrera and Jesse Goldstein in Analysis with 0 comments
The two top seeds in women's college ultimate, Oregon Fugue and Stanford Superfly, could meet again in the National Championship. We breakdown the video from the the match between these squads at the Stanford Invite earlier this season.
May 19, 2015 by Kevin Herrera in Analysis with 0 comments
Boston Ironside's failure to win a title isn't due to a mentality issue; it's a structural one.
Jan 7, 2015 by Kevin Herrera in Analysis with 20 comments
I Believe That We Will Riot: Flexibility, Fundamentals, and Fire, Powered by Agility from Five Ultimate
Tenacity and precision in executing systems are two elements frequently tied to consistent success in Ultimate. See how recent WUCC champion Seattle Riot manages to do both.
Sep 11, 2014 by Kevin Herrera in Analysis with 4 comments