USA Ultimate Weekly (April 17, 2017)
Posted: April 17, 2017 04:53 PM
Welcome to USA Ultimate Weekly, where we'll provide you with brief, weekly updates on happenings at USA Ultimate!
April 17, 2017:
• The college postseason is underway! Fifty-nine events are in the books so far, with dozens more to come this weekend.
Follow along with scores and results on the USA Ultimate mobile app and at usaultimate.org/college.
• The first practice weekend for the 2017 World Games team took place in Colorado Springs this weekend. Twenty of the nation's best ultimate players ran the gamut from photo shoots to interviews to intense practices to fun games over the course of three days.
Next up: The team travels to Colombia for TEP.
• Next up in our 2017 spring STAR webinar series is a chat with Jim Asphlom focusing on the developmental division.
Join us on Wednesday, April 19, at 9:00 p.m. ET!
• The Vision Tour continues to provide us with great feedback and insight into some of our community's biggest issues - equity and diversity, youth development, elite-level play, the Olympic dream and more - as we begin to develop our next strategic plan.
Last week, we got to talk with the communities in Atlanta and Raleigh.
Next up, we travel up the road from USAU headquarters to Denver - tomorrow night!
• The dates and location for the 2017 Youth Club Western Championships have been announced!
• We're in search of head coaches for our 2018 boys' and girls' U-20 National Teams! Interested? Apply by May 3.
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