Past Articles from Steve Sullivan

Steve Sullivan

Steve Sullivan is the Executive Editor of Ultiworld. He began playing in 2001 at Boston University, helped found and then played 14 seasons with Slow White, and most recently competed with San Francisco Blackbird. He has volunteered as a college Sectional Coordinator, a club Regional Coordinator, and served three terms as a player-elected representative for the Mixed division on USAU’s Club Working Group. He has previously written for the USAU magazine and The Huddle, and was editor of the book “Ultimate: The First Five Decades, Vol II.” You can reach him by email (steve@ultiworld.com) or on Twitter (@sjsully21).

  1. YCC 2019: U20 Quarterfinals Recaps

    On to semis!

  2. Dallas Public Enemy 2019 Roster

    Public Enemy failed to escape a one-bid South Central region in 2018, but they bring in an exciting set of rookies to try to get…

  3. Texas Showdown 2019 Roster

    With only one bid for the South Central last year, Showdown fell short against Molly Brown and snapped a ten-year Nationals qualification streak.

  4. Austin Doublewide 2019 Roster

    The return of H.I.P. splinters off some talent from Austin, but Doublewide still have a deep, athletic crew. Here is their 2019 roster.

  5. Pittsburgh Temper 2019 Roster

    Temper returned to Nationals last year for the first time since 2014. Can they make it back-to-back appearances this year? Here is their 2019 roster.

  6. Boise Lochsa 2019 Roster

    Boise Lochsa set a high-water mark in their first season as a program in 2018, finishing as the Top Select team in the competitive Northwest.

  7. 2019 Men’s Club Preseason Power Rankings

    We preview the top 25 teams heading into the 2019 season.

  8. 2019 Mixed Club Preseason Power Rankings

    We preview the top 25 teams heading into the 2019 season.

  9. Club Season Primer 2019: Mixed Division

    Get to know the biggest stars, the new faces, and the pivotal stories of this club season.

  10. Chicago Machine 2019 Roster

    Despite losing some key long-time pieces, Chicago Machine has profited from the downfall of High Five and Mad Club to revamp their roster.

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