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    1. Revolver’s To Lose: 2015 Southwest Men’s Regional Preview

      With just one bid, the Southwest is clearly Revolver's to lose.

    2. Elite-Select Challenge 2015: Tournament Recap (Men’s)

      A look at the second major tournament on the Triple Crown Tour.

    3. The 2015 Club Season Mega-Preview: Men’s Division

      It's going to be a fun year.

    4. Early Season Power Rankings: Club Men’s

      1. San Francisco Revolver: A second straight US Open win kicks off another season for the seasoned Bay Area crew.

    5. Condors Favored in a Tight, Competitive Southern California Section (Open)

      The Southern California club open section once again is primed to be one of the most competitive in the country.

    6. 2013 Southwest Regionals Preview (Men’s)

      When the preliminary USA Ultimate end-of-season rankings were released, the Southwest Region was thrilled.

    7. Weekend Update: Southwest Regionals

      The only other major tournament this weekend was the Southwest Regionals, the final Club Championships qualifier.

    8. 2012 USA Ultimate Club Regionals Preview: Open Division

      Now that the Sectionals tournaments have concluded, it’s time to turn our attention to the first big test for the top teams: Regionals.

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  • Laying it Out: Live from My Parents’ Basement, We’re Returning to Play! [Ep. 3]
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  • Bring It In: Using Stats as a Coach
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