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The Statistics Of NexGen

The 2012 NexGen Tour in a huddle before their game against Truck Stop.

This page will be updated as we publish more statistical information and articles about the 2012 NexGen Tour.

How NexGen’s Defense Determined Their Wins

Introducing Ultiworld Statistics: An In-Depth Look At NexGen — Part One

NexGen’s Success: Founded On Their Elite Defense — Part Two

Huck It Deep: How NexGen’s Playing Style Showed Reliance On Defense — Part Three

Team and Player Statistics Series

Handlers v. Cutters: Using Statistics To Define Positions — Part One

Furthering The Concept Of “Possession” In Ultimate — Part Two

Measuring Impact: Who Ran The NexGen Offense? — Part Three

Jam It In: New Scoring Charts Show NexGen’s Endzone Dominance — Part Four

Player Statistics Pages

Jacob Janin (#1)
Alex Thorne (#2)
Tommy Lamar (#3)
Will Driscoll (#5)
Matt Rehder (#6)
Chris Kocher (#7)
Philipp Haas (#8)
Dylan Freechild (#10)
Nick Lance (#11)
Tommy Li (#16)
Eric Johnson (#21)
Camden Allison-Hall (#22)
Jimmy Mickle (#23)
Colin Camp (#32)
Tyler DeGirolamo (#81)

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