USA Ultimate Weekly (April 13, 2015)

Posted: April 13, 2015 04:00 PM

Welcome to USA Ultimate Weekly, where we'll provide you with brief, weekly updates on happenings at USA Ultimate!

April 13, 2015:

  • The college postseason is underway! More than 80 conference championship events were contested this weekend, with the remaining 23 events scheduled for this weekend, and a number of Division III teams already earned bids to the D-III College Championships.

    A list of all conference championship events and their winners is located on the college division page.

  • Competition fields for four major Triple Crown Tour events are set, and prize money has been announced. Many of the best teams in the world will travel to this year's U.S. Open Championships, Pro-Elite Challenge, Elite-Select Challenge and Pro Flight Finale to face the best competition North America has to offer. Select Flight Invite teams will be announced in the coming weeks.

  • Five Ultimate is the official merchandiser for the 2015 Division I and Division III College Championships. They'll have great gear on hand at both events to help players and fans commemorate their experiences.



  • WFDF's newest country rankings were released last week, and the U.S. still holds the top spot.


    The U.S. remains in the top spot in the updated World Flying Disc Federation country rankings.1 - U.S. (290 pts)2 -...

    Posted by USA Ultimate on Wednesday, April 8, 2015

  • The Indiana Ultimate Foundation is the latest league to join the USA Ultimate Affiliate Program.

  • Join the USA Ultimate team! We're hiring a Manager of Event Sanctioning. Applications are due this Friday, April 17.

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