1. AUDL Settles Lawsuit With Connnecticut and Rhode Island Franchises

    A drawn-out legal battle between the American Ultimate Disc League and two of its franchises -- the Connecticut Constitution and the Rhode Island Rampage -- came to a close tonight after a settlement agreement reached earlier this month was finalized.

  2. Philadelphia Spinners Leaving The AUDL, Starting New Pro League

    UPDATE (9:30 PM): Jeff Snader, Philly’s owner and GM, confirmed in an interview with Steve Lienert that the Spinners are leaving the league and joining a…

  3. AUDL’s Philly Deal Acknowledged Legitimacy Of 100 Mile Radius Clause

    New information about the American Ultimate Disc League’s arrangement with the Philadelphia Spinners franchise to allow the formation of New York and New Jersey franchises,…

  4. Connecticut And Rhode Island Are Officially Out Of The AUDL

    Two weeks ago, Ultiworld obtained a letter from the American Ultimate Disc League to the Connecticut Constitution and Rhode Island Rampage warning them that their…

  5. Here’s The Settlement Offer That The Rhode Island Rampage Owner Turned Down

    Just days before today’s threatened termination of the Rhode Island Rampage contract with the American Ultimate Disc League, Steve Gordon, the majority owner of the…

  6. AUDL President Looking Ahead To Second Season, Sued Owners Still Fighting

    As the American Ultimate Disc League continues to deal with an ugly legal situation, Josh Moore, the AUDL President, has acknowledged that the league needs…

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