This classic northeast tournament is back in full swing, hosting a large field of classic and elite teams. The usually strong Canadian presence will be missed this year due to border restrictions, but still expect to see Devens, Massachusetts full of ultimate.
Boston Dig, the top elite men's team in the area following the sinking of Ironside, looks to bring the club title back to New England largely relying on a rising crop of young talent. Amherst, Massachusetts, one of leading producers of that talent, and home to nationals-hopeful Sprout, seeks to u...
Nicky Spiva and Linda Morse lead Philadelphia AMP in their title defense as they face a Boston Slow team missing many key players to Masters Nationals. Will AMP get a tournament win in their quest for a three-peat?
New York Blueprint and Needham Deathsquad are both second tier teams in their respective metro areas that seek to steal a bid at the end of the year. Who will kick off their 2021 campaign with a win in the Boston Invite quarterfinal and get a shot at one of the elite programs at the event?
Boston Wild Card and New York XIST have each represented the northeast at the Club Championships in recent years. With evolving rosters and a changing mixed landscape, will either of them be good enough to qualify out of a busy mixed region this year?
Boston Siege and Albany Rebel Rebel are constant presences at Northeast Regionals. Showcasing up and coming or overlooked (by the media) talent in the region, both squads have the potential to cause a ruckus with a timely upset.
2016 club champion Boston Slow underwent a rebrand this offseason but returned many of the same faces as prior years. Boston Sprocket emerged as a new force out of the New England scene with some notable former Slow players on their side.
Brute Squad starts their title defense with a barebones squad, as 13 players were in Colorado for Masters Nationals. While a few high profile pickups make their Brute debut, BENT will have to wait until later in the season to see some of their big name additions play their first points. This is g...
2019 YCC co-finalist Maine Rip Tide kicked off their 2021 season against fellow YCC squad Boston BUDA. Will Rip Tide continue their run of excellence or can the always solid BUDA squad give them trouble?