USA Ultimate Weekly (June 6, 2016)
Posted: June 6, 2016 04:51 PM
Welcome to USA Ultimate Weekly, where we'll provide you with brief, weekly updates on happenings at USA Ultimate!
June 6, 2016:
• Roosevelt (boys) and Nathan Hale (girls) claimed the 2016 High School Western Championships titles this weekend in Corvallis. For Roosevelt, it was their second title in as many years. For Nathan Hale, it was their first regional win since 2009.
Catch up on what happened in Corvallis:
- Boys' Day 1 Recap
- Girls' Day 1 Recap
- Boys' Day 2 Recap
- Girls' Day 2 Recap
- Event Page and Results
Full UltiPhotos Galleries
• It was the last big weekend of the season for High School State Championships. Several winners were crowned over the weekend, with a couple more to be determined in finals games this week.
You can find all the winners, both from this weekend and the spring season, here.
• Check out video coverage of the Illinois and New Jersey High School State Championships:
Illinois - Boys' Division Final
Illinois - Girls' Division Final
New Jersey - Boys' Division Final
• The first-ever USA Ultimate Middle School State Championship took place in Utah this weekend. Lone Peak became the first Middle School State Champions on Saturday in Salt Lake City.
• The World Ultimate and Guts Championships are fast approaching. Athletes from the five teams set to represent the United States will travel to London next week to prepare for the first day of competition on Sunday, June 19.
Stay tuned to wugc2016.com for the latest information on event details.
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