Past Articles from Wes Cronk


Wesley Cronk is the Vice President of Business Development of Ultiworld. Originally from West Palm Beach, Florida, he started playing ultimate in high school and split his college ultimate between the University of Florida and New York University. He has played open club with Vicious Cycle (Gainesville) and Fox Trot Swag Team Unity (New York). He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.

You can reach him by email ( or on Twitter (@wescronk).

  1. Should Teams Be Allowed To Form Just For The USA Ultimate Series?

    For most teams, Sectionals is when games really start to matter.

  2. Rethinking the Rules: Shot Clocks

    When the NBA first introduced the shot clock to basketball, the sport was having a lot of trouble attracting fans and television coverage.

  3. Ultimate In The Media: ESPN, Brodie Smith, And Stereotypes

    Last Friday, our commentary on the seriousness with which ESPN covers ultimate garnered more attention than anticipated.

  4. Enough With The Stoner Jokes: How To Get ESPN To Take Ultimate Seriously

    When I saw Dylan Freechild flying through the air on his way to a game-saving layout D during SportsCenter’s Top 10 earlier this week, I…

  5. Why The Rankings Algorithm Worked: USA Ultimate v. The Bowl Championship Series

    After yesterday’s release of the final USA Ultimate 2012 Club Season rankings, we can finally start talking about how well the new algorithm for allocating…

  6. Rethinking the Rules: Penalty Boxes

    As with any sport, ultimate is constantly evolving.

  7. Chesapeake Invite Analysis: Outside The Box Score

    Score Reporter doesn’t know everything.

  8. Chesapeake Invite: Tournament Preview (Mixed & Women’s)

    On paper, the Chesapeake Invite’s Mixed and Women’s division tournaments look very different.

  9. Chesapeake Invite: Tournament Preview (Open)

    After most squads took last week off, elite club teams from across the country are back in action this weekend at the Chesapeake Invite just…

  10. Introducing: Classic Clips

    Big plays never get old. Every sports fan has certain highlights that they’ve seen a million times but can still watch in amazement.

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