Past Articles in Mike Payne

  1. Ultimate Revolution

    Mike Payne’s Journey From Collegiate Bridesmaid To The Pinnacle Of The Sport

  2. Payne Resigns As USAU Board Prez, Deanna Ball Elected; Additional Changes Come To Board

    Mike Payne, a long-time board member for USA Ultimate, has resigned as President of the Board after four years in the role, USAU announced yesterday.

  3. Revolver Wins Fourth Title With Dominant Performance Against Sockeye

    Revolver's defense slowly choked the life out of Sockeye.

  4. Sticking To The Program: Revolver 2015 Club Preview

    With a stacked roster and strong commitment to the mantra of Intensity, Humility, and Discipline, Revolver is grinding its way toward another Championship run.

  5. USAU Board President Responds To Tiina Booth Column

    This article was written by Mike Payne, the President of the Board of Directors at USA Ultimate.

  6. The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly: Submitting A Proposal To The USA Ultimate Board

    A gender equity proposal was supposed to reach a USAU Board vote. But it was pulled last minute.

  7. USA Ultimate Receives Recognition From US Olympic Committee

    USA Ultimate has been formally recognized by the US Olympic Committee. The recognition opens up many doors in the sports world and does lay the foundation for any possible inclusion in the Olympic Games in the future.

  8. Ask Tom Crawford Anything: USAU Livechat To Touch On Hot Button Issues

    USA Ultimate CEO Tom Crawford and Board of Directors President Mike Payne will be live chatting on Ultimate Nation, USA Ultimate’s new weekly videocast, tomorrow…

  9. The New USAU Bylaws: What They Mean And What We Still Don’t Know

    In late August, President of the USA Ultimate Board of Directors Mike Payne wrote a long article about some important changes coming to the organization’s…

  10. USA Ultimate Reaffirms Commitment To Triple Crown Tour, Announces Changes

    According to a press release, USA Ultimate will move forward with the Triple Crown Tour, but have made "important adjustments," including a reduction of required tournaments for Pro Flight teams from three to two and a new board of elite players elected to have much more input into the TCT structure.

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