Summer League (updated 4/22/14)
New this year: summer league! Players young and old can come to learn, just have fun, and play competitive ultimate throughout the summer. First session: Saturdays 9am-12pm from May 24-June 28 (6 wks). Registration is $30. Sign-up online: www.cachevalleyultimate.wordpress.com
Pick-Up (updated 4/14/14)
The best open, competitive ultimate in Cache Valley...men and women, old and young, friendly but cleat-worthy, beginners to advanced - all are welcome! Bring cleats and a white and dark shirt. A combination of community members, high school club teams and USU faculty, staff, and students, depending on the season. The highlight indicates what season we're in...
Spring (mid-March through late-April)
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30pm on the USU quad with the USU team
Summer (late-April through late-August)
Tuesdays 5:30-7:30pm, maybe Thursdays depending on interest, USU Quad with whomever is around for the sumer
Tuesdays 6:00-7:30pm, USU Quad, as invited
Winter (post-Thanksgiving through mid-March)
Pretty intermittent unless the weather is nice and a spontaneous email is sent out to the email list.
Saturday, December 6, 2014 - USU 22nd Pearl Harbor Classic
Utah State University Ultimate Frisbee
USU has a men's and women's club team for USU students. Tryouts in the fall. Practices on campus (closed to non-students). More info: Men's Team & Women's Team
New to Ultimate? Been awhile since you played?
If you can run, you can play (running is kind of a prerequisite). You'll start out running, catching and dumping it to the closest player, but over time, the throws will come. We try to line up similarly sized/skilled/gendered players when on defense, so you're not overwhelmed by a really tall or fast person (unless you are tall and/or fast).
Basic rules are 7 on 7 on approximately a soccer field but with football endzones. You can't run with the frisbee and you have 10 seconds to throw it to a teammate, who is running. Catch it in the endzone and you get a point. If the frisbee hits the ground, is caught by a defender, or goes out of bounds, it's a turnover and the other team takes the disc where it lands (or the closest in-bound spot). No contact, no hitting the frisbee out of the hands, and happy spirits.
Link: 10 Simple Rules of Ultimate
Come on - you know you want to play again!
Email Mike at [mptaylor123 AT gmail DOT com]