USA Ultimate Weekly (February 21, 2017)
Posted: February 21, 2017 04:57 PM
Welcome to USA Ultimate Weekly, where we'll provide you with brief, weekly updates on happenings at USA Ultimate!
February 21, 2017:
• Attn: college teams! The 2017 college roster deadline is fast approaching. Registrar-certified rosters must arrive at USAU headquarters by 5 p.m. MT, Friday, March 3.
• Want more information about how to get your team registered for the college series? Check out the latest post on the Five Ultimate Captains' Blog.
• If you've wanted to start a women's team at your college or university but needed a little help to get there, check out the College Women's Startup Project.
2017 grantees will be announced at the end of February, so apply now!
• Now is the time to join the Girls' Ultimate Movement. Check out Girls' National Outreach Director Rachel "Rojo" Johnson's latest post on the GUM blog to find out how!
• The 2017 masters division guidelines are live. Get a summary of this year's changes here.
• We've announced dates and locations for three of the inaugural Youth Club Regional Championships.
• Kalamazoo United Youth Ultimate is our newest affiliate! That's 16 and counting!
• The 2017 college season continues to roll on. Nearly 200 teams competed around the country over the holiday weekend, with big wins going to Colorado (M) and UCLA (W) at President's Day, Pittsburgh (M) at Warm Up: A Florida Affair, North Carolina State (M) at Easterns Qualifier, and Texas Tech (M) and Kansas (W) at Dust Bowl.
Follow along with the college season at usaultimate.org/college.
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