Past Articles from Seth Stephens
Seth Stephens is a reporter for Ultiworld. He is a fifth-year player and previous captain of the University of Arizona’s Open team, Sunburn. He started playing ultimate in high school in Cave Creek, AZ. He lives in Tucson. Reach him by email (email@example.com) or on Twitter (@ulti_joke).
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Southwest Regionals is always a grueling experience. While the Region is home to a number of storied programs, in the past few years no one team has dominated the region. Parity has turned the Southwest into a dogfight.
May 2, 2013 by Seth Stephens in Featured, Preview with 17 comments
Last weekend the college series kicked off with conference championships being held across the country.
Apr 17, 2013 by Seth Stephens in News with 8 comments
A windy overcast morning welcomed sixteen teams from seven different regions to Austin, Texas, for one of the last chances to earn regional bids to…
Mar 19, 2013 by Seth Stephens in News, Recap with 0 comments
With a Prez Day win, Arizona Sunburn is one of four remaining unbeatens (joined by North Carolina, Oregon, and Wisconsin) in 2013. They got through powerhouses Minnesota and Colorado to keep a clean sheet. Read about them and the rest of the Open President's Day field.
Feb 20, 2013 by Seth Stephens in Featured, News, Recap with 4 comments
Colorado and Minnesota come to San Diego to challenge the top Southwest teams at the 2013 President's Day Invite. With the Santa Barbara Invite in the rearview, Prez Day marks the transition from preseason into midseason from teams across the West.
Feb 13, 2013 by Seth Stephens in Featured, Preview with 9 comments
Despite a rain-condensed schedule, top Southwest teams and a few visitors got a lot of early Spring games in, as Arizona pulled off the tournament victory with a universe point win over a strong Florida State team in the windy finals.
Jan 29, 2013 by Seth Stephens in Featured, News, Recap with 8 comments
The Santa Barbara Invite will give us our first real glimpse into Nationals squads from last year (California, Washington, and UC Davis), while providing the opportunity for up-and-coming teams to take their first step towards a bid to Madison.
Jan 23, 2013 by Seth Stephens in Featured, Preview with 17 comments