Past Articles from Joseph Marmerstein
Joseph Marmerstein started playing ultimate as a freshman at Washington University in St. Louis, where he studied biomedical engineering and captained WashU Contra. A native of Cleveland, he has played with Lake Effect, caSTLe, Smokestack, Temper, and the Pittsburgh Thunderbirds. He is now a graduate student at Case Western Reserve University, where he coaches the women’s team.
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Kickstart your offense!
Jul 20, 2020 by Joseph Marmerstein in Video with 0 comments
Rethinking how we talk about offensive space in horizontal stack.
Oct 2, 2019 by Joseph Marmerstein in Analysis, Opinion with 0 comments
Dec 3, 2018 by Joseph Marmerstein in Other with 0 comments
Nationals week is finally here!
Oct 15, 2018 by Joseph Marmerstein in Video with 0 comments
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Sep 15, 2017 by Joseph Marmerstein in Analysis, Video with 9 comments
Check out these highlights from the East Coast tryouts for the Under-24 USA team that will compete in Perth, Australia, in January 2018.
Jun 30, 2017 by Joseph Marmerstein in Livewire, Video with 0 comments
COLUMBUS — Sunday morning’s atmosphere was very different than the cheery start to Saturday.
Jun 20, 2017 by Guest Author and Joseph Marmerstein in News with 0 comments
A collection of throwing form videos
Mar 24, 2017 by Joseph Marmerstein in Analysis, Video with 6 comments
For Boston Ironside, the narrative has stayed the same: Impressive talent, solid regular season, and questions about whether they can win when it counts. But, as our Club Championship Preview reveals, there's a few new tricks in their 2014 play. Will that make a difference in Frisco?
Oct 13, 2014 by Matt Reese and Joseph Marmerstein in Preview with 8 comments
Toronto GOAT was one of the most exciting stories of the 2013 regular season. But their storybook year got ended early at Nationals when they struggled all weekend. Joseph Marmerstein digs into the tape to figure out what went wrong.
Jul 17, 2014 by Joseph Marmerstein and Sean Childers in Analysis with 5 comments