USA Ultimate Weekly (June 19, 2017)

Posted: June 19, 2017 05:45 PM

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

June 19, 2017:

 The World Championships of Beach Ultimate are underway! The U.S. National Team is a combined 28-0 across all seven teams after day two of play. Follow along as they compete for gold.

And watch live! See which U.S. games are being streamed live from France.


 The first tryout for the 2018 U-24 National Team was held in Ohio last weekend. 100 more athletes are headed to Denver this weekend for the west coast tryout. Check out everyone competing for spots on the National Team. 


 Congrats to everyone voted to this year's College Division I and Division III All-Region Teams! 

Also, find out who was named to the 2017 All-Freshmen Teams and who your Coaches of the Year are!  


 Curious where your team ended up in the rankings after the College Championships? The final, end-of-season rankings are live now. 



 Georgia Bosscher is the latest National Team athlete to be spotlighted in Inside Out. Learn more about this World Games veteran and 2017 team captain. 



 Girls! Under 17 and want to play at the Youth Club Championships, but your city doesn't have a team? Never fear - the U-17 girls free agent team is back in 2017!

Apply now to play with girls from across the country in Blaine, Minn., this summer.  


Check out the USA Ultimate mobile app!

The app is available for free for both iOS and Android. 

The app allows you to follow events, update scores, keep up with news, watch videos, check rules and read the USA Ultimate magazine. 

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