2021 Club Team Pack

2021 Club Team Pack

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  • Mare of Fishtown vs. Virginia Trippin' | Mixed Pool Play

    Philadelphia Mare of Fishtown (AMP & friends) takes on Virginia Trippin' in pool play of the Richmond Cup, an unsanctioned tournament held June 12-13, 2021 in Richmond with a prize pool of $10,000.

  • Sweet Cat vs Spice | Mixed Pool Play

    DC Sweet Cat (a combination of Space Heater, Truck Stop, and Scandal) takes on Charlottesville Spice in pool play of the Richmond Cup, an unsanctioned tournament held June 12-13, 2021 in Richmond with a prize pool of $10,000.

  • Mare of Fishtown vs. Brackish | Mixed Pool Play

    Philadelphia Mare of Fishtown (AMP & friends) takes on Tidewater (VA) Brackish in pool play of the Richmond Cup, an unsanctioned tournament held June 12-13, 2021 in Richmond with a prize pool of $10,000.

  • Mare of Fishtown vs. Fleet | Mixed Pool Play

    Philadelphia Mare of Fishtown (AMP & friends) takes on Baltimore Fleet in pool play of the Richmond Cup, an unsanctioned tournament held June 12-13, 2021 in Richmond with a prize pool of $10,000.

  • Sweet Cat vs. Illuminati | Mixed Pool Play

    DC Sweet Cat (a combination of Space Heater, Truck Stop, & Scandal) takes on New York Illuminati in pool play of the Richmond Cup, an unsanctioned tournament held June 12-13, 2021 in Richmond with a prize pool of $10,000.

  • Mare of Fishtown vs Revival | Mixed Pool Play

    Philadelphia Mare of Fishtown (AMP & friends) takes on Richmond Revival in pool play of the Richmond Cup, an unsanctioned tournament held June 12-13, 2021 in Richmond with a prize pool of $10,000.

  • Sweet Cat vs. Legion | Mixed Pool Play

    DC Sweet Cat (a combination of Space Heater, Truck Stop, & Scandal) takes on Lynchburg Legion in pool play of the Richmond Cup, an unsanctioned tournament held June 12-13, 2021 in Richmond with a prize pool of $10,000.

  • Mare of Fishtown vs. Latin Power | Mixed Pool Play

    Philadelphia Mare of Fishtown (AMP & friends) takes on Latin Power in pool play of the Richmond Cup, an unsanctioned tournament held June 12-13, 2021 in Richmond with a prize pool of $10,000.

  • Sweet Cat vs. Toro | Mixed Pool Play

    DC Sweet Cat (a combination of Space Heater, Truck Stop, & Scandal) takes on Raleigh Toro in pool play of the Richmond Cup, an unsanctioned tournament held June 12-13, 2021 in Richmond with a prize pool of $10,000.

  • Mare of Fishtown vs. Toro | Mixed Semifinal

    Overall 1-seed Philadelphia Mare of Fishtown (AMP and friends) swept through pool play, amassing a 5-0 record and never giving up more than 7 goals. Raleigh Toro easily easily made the semifinal, going 4-1 in pool play, but a 13-6 loss to 2-seed Sweet Cat pegged them a tier below the two favorite...

  • Sweet Cat vs. Virginia Trippin' | Mixed Semifinal

    DC Sweet Cat (a combination of Space Heater, Truck Stop, & Scandal) swept through pool play, never giving up more than 6 goals as they headed into bracket play undefeated with a 5-0 record. Virginia Trippin', the overall 5 seed who only lost to 1st seeded Mare of Fishtown, dominated the rest ...

  • Sockeye vs. Condors | Men's Pool Play

    Seattle Sockeye and SoCal Condors kick off round 1 of the first men's club tournament in over a year, the 2021 Pro-Elite Challenge.

  • Cocktails vs. Arizona | Mixed Pool Play

    Columbus Cocktails, a 2019 Club Championships quarterfinalist, starts off their season at the Pro-Elite Challenge, where they match up against a brand new team, the Arizona Mixed Project. Don't sleep on Arizona however, as they have accumulated a ton of talent and look to challenge for a top spot...

  • Sockeye vs. PoNY | Men's Semifinal

    These two powerhouses are known for fiery, passionate matchups. They met in their power pool with PoNY winning a nail biter 14-13. Now they re-match in the semifinal. Who will win it this time?

  • Lochsa vs. KC United | Mixed Quarterfinal

    Boise Lochsa has been a presence in the Northwest region for many years, while Kansas City United is fresh to the mixed scene sporting speedster pickup Kami Groom. Neither team was able to create much separation as this bracket game went down to the wire!

  • Moondog vs. Love Tractor | Mixed Pool Play

    2019's surprise Nationals qualifier and fan favorite Montana Moondog returns to 2021 with another strong roster, but they run into hometown Denver Love Tractor, who always puts on a good show in the Colorado elevation.

  • Clutch vs. Lotus | Men's Pool Play

    Newly formed Boulder Lotus featured a roster of names pulled straight from the Colorado Mamabird pipeline plus notable pickup Jonathon Nethercutt. Houston Clutch has been a reliable regionals-level team for many years. See these two teams tee off in a bid to secure the pool's sole placement in th...

  • Sweet Cat vs. Toro | Mixed Final

    $7500 is on the line in the final of the 2021 Richmond Cup!

    Washington DC Sweet Cat clashes with club stalwart Durham Toro. Sweet Cat brings an amalgamation of DC club teams with stars Jenny Fey, Alan Kolick, and Ashleigh Buch, while Toro features their core club team plus pick ups Allan Laviol...

  • KC United vs. Love Tractor | Mixed Pool Play

    Kansas City's former men's and women's teams joined forces this year to bring a new competitive mixed team to the division KC United. In the second round they match up against Denver Love Tractor, a team you expect to compete for a nationals spot every year.

  • Sockeye vs. Johnny Bravo | Men's Final

    Men's division play at the 2021 Pro-Elite Challenge was capped off by an exciting matchup between Denver's own Johnny Bravo and reigning club champions Seattle Sockeye. Will Sockeye start the 2021 Triple Crown Tour continuing where they left off in 2019 or will they be upset by a hungry and youth...

  • Maine Rip Tide vs. Boston BUDA | Pool Play

    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?

  • Toro vs. Moondog | Mixed Quarterfinal

    Montana Moondog was the upstart surprise nationals qualifier in 2019 that garnered a following on social media through their success and wicked sun hoodies. Toro has already won a tournament this year, taking home $7500 from the Richmond Cup. Who will advanced to the semifinal of the Pro-Elite Ch...

  • Johnny Encore vs. Boneyard | Men's Masters Semifinal

    Denver Johnny Encore and Raleigh Boneyard are no strangers to competing at the highest level, having both represented the United States at the World Masters Ultimate Club Championships. Here they clash once again on a big stage, as they celebrate the return to masters ultimate in a raucous affair...

  • Lotus vs. Chad Larson Experience | Mixed Pool Play

    The Los Angeles-based Lotus squad has been a competitive regionals level team for years. In 2021, they field a Nationals-caliber roster that earned them #13 in Ultiworld's power rankings. Chad Larson Experience has seen the Nationals fields many-a-time, although they've missed out the past few cy...

  • Brute Squad vs. BENT | Women's Round Robin

    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...

  • Viejo vs. Woolly Mammoth | Men's Masters Pool Play

    Austin vs. Gainesville – a classic throwback matchup. Come for the big names (Kurt Gibson, Jeff Loskorn, Andrew Roca, and Ryan Chard), stay for the big plays, and maybe even some sparks!

  • Johnny Bravo vs. PoNY | Men's Pool Play

    New York PoNY is back at it with a stacked roster, albeit missing some big names from their 2019 semifinalist squad. Denver Johnny Bravo has a young, athletic squad and is hungry to get back to the nationals bracket. Who will start off their season with a win?

  • AMP vs. Slow | Mixed Final

    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?

  • Antiques Roadshow vs. Old Fashioned | Mixed Masters Crossover

    In a battle of great names, Asheville Antiques Roadshow faces Madison Old Fashioned in a crossover game to determine who makes the championship bracket.

  • Dig vs. Sprout | Men's Final

    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...

  • Slow vs. Sprocket | Mixed Pool Play

    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.

  • Johnny Walker vs. Eldors | Men's Grand Masters Semifinal

    SoCal Eldors and Denver Johnny Walker are well acquainted, having played each other regularly starting with their men's club affiliates Condors and Johnny Bravo. Who will revisit the glory years and earn themselves a berth in the Masters Championship final?

  • shame vs. Arizona Mixed 1 | Mixed Final

    Fort Collins shame. was one possession away from making the 2019 Club Championships final. They hope to kick off their 2021 title pursuit in winning fashion in the Pro-Elite Championship final, as they meet a brand new Arizona Mixed 1 team with championship ambitions of their own.

  • Molly Blue vs. Stretch Mark | Women's Grand Masters Pool Play

    Both 1-seeded Denver Molly Blue and 2-seeded Minneapolis Stretch Mark are first time attendees at Masters Championships, but you can be sure they're excited to participate in a women's Grand Masters division that's only been around for a few years.

  • Deathsquad vs. Blueprint | Men's Quarterfinal

    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?

  • Reboot Squad vs. Aged Cheddar | Women's Masters Pool Play

    Boston Reboot Squad brings much of Brute Squad's current roster plus Raha Mozaffari together in a power team with aspirations to sweep through the Masters division. But Madison Aged Cheddar is no slouch, having advanced to quarterfinals in 2019, showcasing stars like Robyn Fennig and Kayla Emrick.

  • Reboot Squad vs. Ripe | Women's Masters Semifinal

    Boston Reboot Squad and Chapel Hill Ripe cruised through pool play on Friday before both facing stiffer competition in the Masters Championships quarterfinal. Which roster stacked with current elite club division talent will make it to the championship game?

  • XIST vs. Wild Card | Mixed Quarterfinal

    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?

  • Surly vs. No Country 50 | Men's Great Grand Masters Pool Play

    Minneapolis Surly and Boston No Country 50 feature some of the original guard of the game of the ultimate. Names like Alex De Frondeville or Jim Parinella may crop up in the history books of the sport, but here they show they've still got what it takes to play championship-level ultimate.

  • Siege vs. Rebel Rebel | Women's Round Robin

    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.

  • CITYWIDE Special vs. Omen | Men's Pool Play

    The Select Flight Invite gives up and coming teams an opportunity to test themselves against Nationals-level competition. Both Philadelphia's CITYWIDE Special and Cincinnati Omen are looking for a shot at the bracket and a chance to face a polished opponent.

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  • Crocs vs. 'Shine | Mixed Pool Play

    Nashville 'Shine and Cleveland Crocs are two new teams to the mixed scene, yet both boast some well known players from the other divisions. Jesse Shofner leads 'Shine as they look to be a new force in the southeast, while Mitch Cihon and Joseph Marmerstein lead the Crocs in their pursuit of a wid...

  • Nain Rouge vs. Tanasi | Men's Semifinal

    We got our first film of Ferndale Nain Rouge at this event in 2019, now they are back for more. Having played into the semifinal, they match up against a Tennessee Tanasi squad that's looked strong all weekend.

  • Mad Men vs. Raleigh Durham United | Men's Pool Play

    The disbanding of Mad Club has given Mad Men an opportunity to emerge as Madison's top men's club team. Raleigh-Durham United, formerly Turbine, continues to build a strong foundation for men's club talent in the Triangle. See both squads get an early test of their quality and merit in pool play ...

  • Truck Stop vs. Chain Lightning | Men's Pool Play

    Washington D.C. Truck Stop and Atlanta Chain Lightning have been club championships mainstays for years. By mixing veteran leadership with young talent, both sides aim to win a championship this year. Watch them in pool play of the US Open!

  • Rhino Slam! vs. PoNY | Men's Pool Play

    Juggernaut New York PoNY and upstart Portland Rhino Slam! played a barn burner in the 2019 Club Championship quarterfinals, with PoNY narrowly advancing. Now they face off in pool play at the 2021 US Open in a revenge game for Rhino.

  • Condors vs. Emerald City | Men's Pool Play

    SoCal Condors lost in prequarterfinals at the 2019 Club Championships. Seattle Emerald City (rebranded from Voodoo) has been on the cusp of qualifying for Nationals. Will the developing Seattle program be able to hang a win on one of the most storied programs in ultimate history?

  • Truck Stop vs. Dig | Men's Prequarterfinal

    Washington D.C. Truck Stop may be missing a couple key figures from prior campaigns, but they still rock one of the best rosters in club ultimate. Boston Dig won the Boston Invite with a comfortable victory over Amherst Sprout, but are they prepared for the best of the best in the men's division?

  • Sub Zero vs. PoNY | Men's Quarterfinal

    Minneapolis Sub Zero always performs well at their hometown tournament, losing to PoNY in the final in 2018 and Sockeye in quarters in 2019. For a team with championship intentions, PoNY's 2019 campaign was a disappointment. Will they get back to their winning ways at the US Open or fall prey to...

  • Chain Lightning vs. Machine | Men's Semifinal

    Atlanta Chain Lightning is off to a hot start and appears to have re-emerged as a championship contender. But Chicago Machine is reloaded following their narrow loss to Sockeye in the 2019 Club Championship final. Will Chain land an upset victory or fall prey to one of the division's best?

  • Machine vs. Sockeye | Men's Final

    It's rematch time! Chicago Machine looks to avenge their 2019 Club Championships Final loss to Seattle Sockeye, who return as strong as ever. Will Machine pull off the revenge win or fall to Sockeye once again?

  • Lexington Pi+ vs. Minnesota Superior | Mixed Semifinal

    Both Lexington Pi+ and Minnesota Superior lost in the quarterfinals of the 2019 rendition of the Youth Club Championships. Now they face off in the semifinal. Will Superior be able to figure out Pi+'s stiffling zone defense?

  • Utah Swarm vs. Oregon Trainwreck | Boy's Final

    Oregon Trainwreck beat Utah Swarm 13-10 in the first round of YCC pool play as they compiled an undefeated record. After an exciting universe point victory over Foggy Bottom boys in their semifinal, Swarm will need all the energy they can muster to take Trainwreck down in the final.

  • Rhino Slam! vs. Chain Lightning | Men's Quarterfinal

    Portland Rhino Slam! got the PoNY monkey off their back in pool play, now they look to extend their US Open campaign deep into the bracket. But Atlanta's Chain Lightning has put on a good show this weekend riding the strength of their zone defense. Who will punch their ticket to the US Open semif...

  • Steamboat vs. Alloy | Mixed Quarterfinal

    Cincinnati Steamboat and Pittsburgh Alloy are no strangers to facing each other in the regular season, as their close proximity ensures a lot of tournament overlap. Both of these squads have their sights set on a nationals qualification, and they'll see if they can get their seasons kicked off in...

  • Dig vs. Sockeye | Men's Pool Play

    Boston Dig got some early season reps in against regional competition at the Boston Invite, but the US Open marks their first tests against elite teams. Seattle Sockeye has won consecutive USAU events and seeks to make it three in a row. This early pool game gives both squads a chance to see ulti...

  • Slower vs. Descent | Mixed Masters Final

    Boston Slower and Washington D.C. Descent waltzed through their early competition before finding tougher games in the bracket. See both star studded rosters battle it out for the championship and a guaranteed bid to 2022 Worlds Masters.

  • Johnny Encore vs. Voltron2020 | Men's Masters Final

    Roll back the clock a few years and you'd think Denver Johnny Encore and Seattle Voltron2020 were Johnny Bravo and Sockeye in the championship game for club nationals. Instead, these two elite squads are in the final of Masters Championships and are competing for the guaranteed bid to the 2022 Wo...

  • Reboot Squad vs. Molly Grey | Women's Masters Final

    Boston's Reboot Squad cakewalked their way into the final. With a roster that looks eerily similar to their club affiliate Brute Squad, Reboot looks to take their first Masters Championship title as they meet familiar faces on Denver's Molly Grey.

  • Crocs vs. Hybrid | Mixed Final

    Pulling elite talent from the Cleveland men's and women's teams, the Crocs had a coming out party at the Select Flight Invite East. Ann Arbor Hybrid made their mark on the region in 2019, showing they could compete for a nationals bid. With only one team qualifying for Nationals from the Great La...

  • Sockeye vs. Sub Zero | Men's Semifinal

    Seattle Sockeye is hot coming off a TCT title at the Pro-Elite Challenge. But Minneapolis Sub Zero always punches above their weight at their hometown tournament. See who advances to the US Open final!

  • Condors vs. Yogosbo | Men's Prequarterfinal

    SoCal Condors have shown they have the talent to make a run at nationals. Madison Yogosbo are benefiting from the dissolution of Mad Club, and feature one of the elite players of the game in Kevin Pettit-Scantling. Will the Madison men score an upset over one of the most storied club teams?

  • Machine vs. Emerald City | Men's Pool Play

    Chicago Machine starts their 2021 campaign at the US Open where they face newly re-branded Seattle Emerald City. Machine is seeking a club championship this year while Emerald City hopes they can find their way to nationals.

  • Mad Men vs. Tanasi | Men's Final

    Madison Mad Men seek to be Wisconsins premier men's team following the dissolution of Madison Club. Headlined by AUDL star Kevin Pettit-Scantling, Mad Men seeks an undefeated tournament resume as they face Tennesse Tanasi in the Select Flight Invite East final.

  • Oregon Trainwreck vs. Minnesota Superior | Boy's Semifinal

    Trainwreck put together an impressive run through pool play and the quarterfinals round and they seem primed for a finals appearance. But can the hometown favorites Minnesota Superior interrupt those plans and score an upset for the fans?

  • Knights of Ni vs. Flash Flood | Men's Pool F Final

    Dallas Flash Flood entered the US Open ranked in the top 25, looking to be a high-tier fresh face out of Texas. Golden Valley Knights of Ni were unheralded but ready to prove their worth against nationals their competition.

  • Lawless vs. Polar Bears | Mixed Crossover

    Arizona Lawless had an impressive coming out party making the final at PEC. Now at Select Flight Invite West, they get further reps against elite competition as they face San Francisco Polar Bears.

  • Fungi vs. El Niño | Men's Semifinal

    Oakland Park, FL El Niño and Golden, CO Fungi are probably not teams that see each other often. That's one of the benefits of the Select Flight Invite West, bringing together developing teams who wouldn't compete in regional tournaments.

  • Fungi vs. The Killjoys | Men's Final

    The Select Flight Invite West brings together developing teams pushing their way towards national relevancy. Utah's The Killjoys fit this mold, stacked with BYU's recent stars. They mostly dominated their opponents leading to the final, where they face Colorado Fungi, who won their semifinal on u...

  • The Killjoys vs. Dark Star | Men's Pool Play

    Eugene Dark Star is one of the oldest club teams in existence, having grown out of the earliest ultimate days in Oregon. Utah The Killjoys are a newer arrival to the club scene and feature some of the best and brightest of BYU's mens program.

  • Lexington Pi+ vs. Atlanta flATLine | Mixed Final

    In 2019 Lexington Pi+ went undefeated in pool play before falling in the quarterfinal. Now at the 2021 Youth Club Championships they've advanced to the championship game where they take on Atlanta's new YCC mixed team flATLine.

  • OAT vs. Zyzzyva | Men's Pool Play

    The Select Flight Invite West is intended to be a highly competitive event for teams yet to break into the national spotlight. Berkeley Zyzzyva and East Bay OAT are two such squads, with notable names such as Brown standout Dylan Villeneuve.

  • Riot vs. Fury | Women's Pool Play

    Our first look at West Coast women's action comes with a power matchup between Seattle Riot and San Francisco Fury. While rosters at this event are a bit different from what you normally see, these two old rivals still bring it on the field.

  • AMP vs. Sprocket | Mixed Round Robin

    When these two teams met in semifinals of the Boston Invite, Philadelphia AMP walked away with a universe point victory. Will Boston Sprocket be able to bring it again and give the #1 ranked team their first loss at the AMP Invite?

  • Downpour vs. Underground | Women's Quarterfinal

    Fresh off their Youth Club Championship title, the Oregon Downpour girls are ready to take on more seasoned women's competition. At the Eugene reOpen, they got an opportunity to face off against some of the best club teams the West Coast has to offer. In the quarterfinals, they faced short-roster...

  • Drag'N Thrust vs. Space Heater | Mixed Round Robin

    Minneapolis Drag'N Thrust and Washington D.C. Space Heater clash in a power matchup of potential Club Championship semifinalists. Who will win the regular season test match between these star-laden teams?

  • Mischief vs. Buckwild | Mixed Pool Play

    San Francisco Mischief took a hard loss in the 2019 Club Championship final. They kick off their pursuit of another deep nationals run at the 2021 Select Flight Invite West. In the first round they face upstart Sacramento Buckwild.

  • Moondog vs. The Administrators | Mixed Pool Play

    Montana Moondog was the darling underdog of 2019, shocking the club world by stealing a nationals bid before showing they belonged in the mix at the Club Championships. They test themselves at S.M.U.T. as they seek to return to nationals, facing Portland The Administrators in pool play.

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  • Drag'N Thrust vs. Slow | Mixed Round Robin

    Minneapolis Drag'N Thrust sees its first major test at the AMP Invite. Ranked number 4, they seek to dispel fears that they've taken a step back after some roster turnover. Boston Slow fields a more complete roster relative to their Boston Invite squad, but still is missing a few faces.

  • Downpour vs. Fury | Women's Semifinal

    Fresh off their YCC championship, the Oregon Downpour girls are continuing their run of success, this time through seasoned women's competition. In the Eugene reOpen semifinals, they find themselves against #2 ranked San Francisco Fury.

  • Riot vs. Schwa | Women's Pool Play

    Seattle Riot has faced an uncertain year, as they were late to declare for the series and some key players have departed for other squads. Portland Schwa fields another strong roster as they seek to build off 2019's Club Championship semifinal appearance.

  • BENT vs. Parcha | Women's Pool Play

    Pittsburgh Parcha is a brand new team with a stacked roster: Carolyn Normile, Erica Baken, and Domenica Sutherland just to name a few. New York BENT has also added star power, picking up Yina Cartagena and Samiya Ismail. Both teams have their eyes set on nationals, but who will come away with a w...

  • Vault vs. Enigma | Men's Semifinal

    Virginia Vault is a mixture of young blood and veteran DC area presences with names like Max Cassell and Matthew Neeley. Dayton Enigma doesn't have much national credibility, but they still came to the Elite-Select Challenge to compete.

  • Space Heater vs. Toro | Mixed Round Robin

    Washington DC Space Heater is on the hunt for a club championship, but first they stop at the AMP Invite to test their mettle against a bunch of top ranked mixed teams. Durham Toro kicked off their season winning $7500 at the Richmond Cup, but will that success continue for them deeper into the c...

  • Rival vs. Grit | Women's Final

    Washington D.C. Grit got the better of Columbus Rival in the crossover matchup on Saturday, winning 14-9. But Rival came out strong Sunday and advanced to a rematch in the final. Who will get the win in the Elite-Select Challenge championship game?

  • Cocktails vs. Grand Army | Mixed Pool Play

    Columbus Cocktails seek another nationals berth out of a busy Great Lakes region. Brooklyn Grand Army hasn't been a national player in a few years, but looks to build off an upset win in pool play of the Elite-Select Challenge.

  • Schwa vs. Fury | Women's Pool Play

    The Eugene reOpen brought together some of the best women's teams in the country, albeit not all at full strength. Portland Schwa is building off a surprising 2019 semifinals appearance, while San Francisco Fury seeks to reclaim the title after losing to Brute Squad in semis.

  • Rival vs. Tabby Rosa | Women's Quarterfinal

    Florida Tabby Rosa looks to take advantage of a 2-bid Southeast and sneak into a bid to Nationals. Columbus Rival seems to have things all wrapped up in a 2-bid Great Lakes region. The Elite-Select Challenge quarterfinal is an opportunity for both squads to prepare for the series.

  • Rally vs. Steamboat | Mixed Pool Play

    Washington D.C. Rally and Cincinnati Steamboat have been on the outside looking in on Nationals for years. Attending the Elite-Select Challenge is an excellent opportunity for them to tune up prior to the series and see if they can steal a berth to the big dance.

  • Grit vs. Rival | Women's Crossover

    Washington DC Grit is sniffing at a nationals appearance with Scandal not playing this year. Columbus/Ann Arbor Rival seem to have their nationals path set with 2 bids in the Great Lakes. The Elite-Select Challenge field was full of nationals hopefuls, and Grit and Rival battled to be called the ...

  • Mixtape vs. Lawless | Mixed Pool Play

    Seattle Mixtape is back on the title hunt and gets their first crack at non-Northwest talent at the final regular season stop, the Pro Championships. In the first round they face an upstart Arizona Lawless team that is putting the southwest on the map as a nationals contender.

  • Brute Squad vs. Phoenix | Women's Pool Play

    Boston Brute Squad is back and ready to defend their 2019 title. Raleigh Phoenix lost to Brute 15-8 in quarterfinals of the 2019 Club Championships. Can Phoenix hang with the reigning champs now that they've had more time to develop?

  • Revolver vs. Truck Stop | Men's Pool Play

    San Francisco Revolver sees their first action as a team in 2021 at the regular season finale Pro Championships. Washington D.C. Truck Stop is more seasoned but had many players fly in Saturday morning after the AUDL playoff game Friday night. Both teams seek deep bracket runs at nationals this y...

  • Schwa vs. Fury | Women's Final

    Portland Schwa and San Francisco Fury looked the best two teams up through the semifinals at the Eugene reOpen. Sporting their snazzy black jerseys, Schwa seeks to throw a wrench in Fury's title aspirations by handing them a loss at this regular season tournament.

  • Molly Brown vs. Schwa | Women's Pool Play

    Portland Schwa shocked the club world by defeating Denver Molly Brown in the quarterfinals of 2019's club nationals. Now at the 2021 Pro Championships, they rematch as Molly Brown seeks vengeance.

  • Truck Stop vs. Rhino Slam! | Men's Semifinal

    Washington D.C. Truck Stop and Portland Rhino Slam! both saw action earlier this year, and they're back for one final tune up at the Pro Championships before the series. Rhino was the darling of 2019 after they nearly knocked off PoNY in the nationals quarterfinals, but they've got their hands fu...

  • Lawless vs. shame. | Mixed Semifinal

    Fort Collins shame. returns for another deep nationals run after having lost in a crushing universe point semifinal in 2019. Arizona Lawless hasn't existed before, but they've already shown they can hang with pretty much anyone. This may be a preview of a nationals bracket matchup!

  • Phoenix vs. Molly Brown | Women's Semifinal

    Denver Molly Brown now has both Cardenas sisters and looks all the more dangerous this year. Raleigh Phoenix entered the Pro Championships missing some key pieces due to injury, but they've still made it to the semifinal.

  • Space Heater vs. AMP | Mixed Round Robin

    Washington D.C. Space Heater and Philadelphia AMP are two of the top mixed programs in the country right now and they get a regular season test at the AMP Invite. Expect to see both of these teams deep in the nationals bracket.

  • BFG vs. Birdfruit | Mixed Semifinal

    Seattle BFG and Seattle Birdfruit are no strangers to playing each other. BFG has made the case they deserve another nationals run while Birdfruit has been left on the outside looking in the past few years. The SMUT semifinal gives both teams a potential matchup preview of an exciting Northwest r...

  • PoNY vs. Rhino Slam! | Men's Prequarterfinal

    In their last two matchups, New York PoNY and Portland Rhino Slam! have split universe point wins, with PoNY winning at the 2019 Club Championship quarterfinals and Rhino winning earlier this year at the US Open. Now these two face each other again in prequarters at the regular season finale Pro ...

  • BFG vs. Moondog | Mixed Pool Play

    Montana Moondog, the darling surprise of 2019, is rolling with a small squad after SMUT was moved 5 hours west at the last minute. Seattle BFG is a powerhouse seeking to upseat Mixtape as the pride of northwest mixed ultimate.

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  • Public Enemy vs. shame. | Mixed Pool Play

    Dallas Public Enemy has, well, been in the public eye this year for non-ultimate issues. But don't let that belie the fact that they're one of the best mixed teams in the country. At the Pro Championships, they came out ready to prove that against Fort Colins shame, who lost on universe in the 20...

  • Birdfruit vs. Mixtape | Mixed Pool Play

    Seattle Birdfruit may rock the best avian pun logo in all of ultimate, certainly one to make any Kiwi proud. Mixtape has been the class of the Seattle mixed scene for years and look stronger than ever with some key pickups from Riot. S.M.U.T. offers both teams a chance to tune up leading into the...

  • Nemesis vs. Grit | Women's 5th Place

    Chicago Nemesis may not have to worry too much about their path to nationals this year, but they have struggled to find success on the biggest stages in the past. Washington D.C. Grit looks to capitalize on Scandal's departure from the women's scene, but will have their hands full in a 1-bid Mid ...

  • Schwa vs. Nemesis | Women's Pool Play

    Portland Schwa is developing into a top club program off the hard work of their leadership, good regional recruiting, and an influx of new talent. Chicago Nemesis has been a player out of the Great Lakes region for many years and seeks to rediscover success on the biggest stage. Watch these two t...

  • Crocs vs. Hybrid | Mixed Final

    The Cleveland Crocs and Ann Arbor Hybrid met earlier this year, with the Crocs taking a 12-10 victory at the Select Flight Invite - East. They rematch in the final of the Elite-Select Challenge, as the two East Plains sectionals squads get final reps in prior to the series.

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  • Phoenix vs. Schwa | Women's 3rd Place

    Raleigh Phoenix brought a bit of a battered squad into the Pro Championships but went toe to toe with Molly Brown in the semifinal, losing 14-12. Portland Schwa lost to Phoenix 15-5 in pool play, but expect them to bounce back and compete in this 3rd place consolation game.

  • Molly Brown vs. Phoenix | Women's Pool Play

    Denver Molly Brown and Raleigh Phoenix meet in pool play of the Pro Championships, in what could be a matchup preview of this tournament's bracket, as well as the club championships bracket. Phoenix has players in new roles due to injuries, while Molly Brown is incorporating new pickups to their ...

  • BFG vs. Lawless | Mixed 3rd Place Final

    At the Pro Championships, Seattle BFG and Arizona Lawless both demonstrated they can compete with elite mixed teams. Now they get a chance to hoist the bronze and bring winning momentum into the series.

  • Brute Squad vs. Molly Brown | Women's Pool Play

    Boston Brute Squad and Denver Molly Brown are no strangers to playing at the biggest club tournaments of the year. Both Brute and Molly added big names in the off season while returning their central core. Expect to see them competing late in the bracket come nationals.

  • Lochsa vs. Birdfruit | Mixed Pool Play

    Boise Lochsa gave us a taste of what they can accomplish at PEC, losing in the semifinal on double game point. While this is our first look at Seattle Birdfruit, we know they can hang with the best in the division. SMUT brought together the best teams in the northwest for a regular season tune u...

  • Mixtape vs. Lochsa | Mixed Pool Play

    Seattle Mixtape has been the class of the northwest for years. Boise Lochsa is a strong representative of the mountain west and has their eyes on taking a bid to nationals this year. They meet in pool play of SMUT as they get in late regular season reps.

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  • BFG vs. Mixtape | Mixed Final

    The SMUT final came down to two highly ranked Northwest teams, Mixtape and BFG. A years-long rubber match for the title of best of Seattle, Mixtape comes away on top more often than not. But BFG has been a steady force in the mixed scene and looks to topple Mixtapes reign.

  • Temper vs. Inception | Men's Prequarterfinal

    Pittsburgh Temper waited until the final weekend of the regular season to make an appearance at an elite event, but they showed up ready to play at the Pro Championships. Denver Inception isn't a team you normally associate with this event, but they took advantage of the covid-interrupted year to...

  • Phoenix vs. Nemesis | Women's Pool Play

    Raleigh Phoenix and Chicago Nemesis enter this pool play game 1-2 on the day, having both beaten DC Grit. Each squad hopes for a win to build momentum towards earning a spot in the Pro Championships semifinals.

  • Machine vs. Rhino Slam! | Men's Pool Play

    Chicago Machine seeks to avenge their 2019 club championship and 2021 US Open finals losses to Sockeye. But before they anticipate that matchup, they need to get past a developing Portland Rhino Slam! squad that has put together a strong 2021 regular season thus far.

  • XIST vs. Wild Card | Mixed 3rd Place Final

    Northeast Regionals always provides fireworks and the final game of the weekend did not disappoint. New York XIST and Boston Wild Card competed for the third and final bid to nationals. With a raucous crowd leaning in to the ever present NY/Boston rivalry, this was certainly one for the ages!

  • PoNY vs. Sprout | Men's Preliminary Bracket

    New York PoNY came into regionals with a chip on their shoulder, having struggled at the major TCT events they attended. Amherst Sprout must have been giddy when they found out GOAT was not playing the series, leaving that third bid out of Northeast Regionals ripe for the taking.

  • Deadweight vs. Wild Card | Mixed Preliminary Round

    Connecticut Deadweight was a complete unknown, until they upset XIST at sectionals. They come into Northeast Regionals ready to face a recent nationals and worlds attendee in Boston Wild Card. With three bids on the line, anything could happen this weekend!

  • Siege vs. Rebel Rebel | Women's 2nd Place Semifinal

    Albany Rebel Rebel shocked the women's division when they beat BENT to win the NY Sectional. Now they fight for the final women's bid to nationals at the Northeast Regional. Standing in their way is Boston Siege, who beat Rebel Rebel 11-8 at the season kickoff Boston Invite.

  • KC United vs. NOISE | Mixed 2nd Place Final

    The final bid for North Central mixed regionals is on the line! First-year team Kansas City United takes on the experienced Madison NOISE squad that looks dangerous after adding Robyn Fennig.

  • PoNY vs. DiG | Men's Final

    Having already secured their bids to nationals, New York PoNY and Boston DiG played one final game to determine the winner of the Northeast Region. PoNY was happy to finally roll with their full roster, and Ben Jagt's addition dramatically shifted how they could threaten the field.

  • Lochsa vs. Moondog | Mixed 3rd Place Final

    The third and final mixed bid to nationals from the Northwest Regional pitched two Big Sky teams, Boise Lochsa and Montana Moondog. Can Moondog notch back-to-back nationals appearances?

  • Traffic vs. Schwa | Women's Crossover

    Vancouver Traffic make their first trip to the US since the pandemic's start as the lone Canadian team to compete in the USAU series in 2021. Portland Schwa has proven to be a top team in the US this year, but how do they stack up against their northern sistren?

  • Sprout vs. Big Wrench | Men's 3rd Place Final

    The final men's bid from the Northeast Regional came down to the three and four seeds, Amherst Sprout and Somerville Big Wrench. While Sprout has national clout as an upstart from central Massachusetts, Big Wrench hasn't broken outside of the region. Is this the Somerville squad's time to break t...

  • Schwa vs. Underground | Women's 3rd Place Final

    The final women's bid to nationals from the Northwest Regional lies within the grasp of two proud teams. Seattle Underground has come up short for years, but after winning their section with a victory over Riot, this might be their time. But they go up against Portland Schwa, who tested themselve...

  • Dig vs. Sprout | Men's Semifinal

    In a three-bid Northeast Region, Boston DiG and Amherst Sprout get their first shot at making nationals in the 1st place bracket semifinal. These teams know each other well, having played earlier this year in the Boston Invite final, and with former teammates from prior club or college careers. I...

  • Schwa vs. Riot | Women's Pool Play

    Seattle Riot arrived at Northwest Regionals with many new names on their roster and limited regular season reps. Schwa also has some key pickups this year but was able to test themselves at the Pro Championships. Will the new arrivals change the power dynamics of the region, or will we get the ex...

  • Lochsa vs. Birdfruit | 2nd Place Quarterfinal

    Every team in the Northwest mixed division had their work cut out for them. Even with three bids to nationals, there isn't enough to feed the half dozen hungry and worthy teams vying to play in San Diego. Seattle Birdfruit came into the tournament a top-25 team, but Boise Lochsa brings with them ...

  • Traffic vs. Riot | Women's Final

    The first of three bids to nationals are on the line in the Northwest Regional women's final. Seattle Riot is making up ground after a surprising sectionals loss to Underground, while Traffic impressed through their first few games against American competition.

  • Traffic vs. Underground | Women's Preliminary Bracket

    Vancouver Traffic gets in their first reps against American competition at the Northwest Regional. Seattle Underground surprised with a win over Riot at Sectionals, can they continue that momentum toward a berth to nationals?

  • Pop vs. Medusa | Women's Semifinal

    Minneapolis Pop logged their first sanctioned action at sectionals, but that didn't stop them from running up the score on Milwaukee Medusa. These two rematch in the semifinal of the North Central Regional, as Pop seeks to return to nationals for the 4th straight year.

  • Rhino Slam! vs. Emerald City | Men's Pool Play

    Seattle Emerald City rebranded in the offseason, and must have jumped for joy when Furious George declined to participate in the series, leaving that third men's bid at the Northwest Regional up for grabs. Portland Rhino Slam! is another American team seeking a bid to nationals. This early pool p...

  • BFG vs. Moondog | Mixed Semifinal

    The first of three mixed bids is on the line in the Northwest Regional mixed semifinal. BFG, ranked number 1 after beating Mixtape at sectionals, is the favorite, but remember what Moondog did in 2019?

  • BENT vs. Rebel Rebel | Women's Semifinal

    New York BENT has been left waiting on the wings for a berth at nationals for years, having lost 3 games-to-go in a row in 2019 to miss out. Albany Rebel Rebel beat BENT at sectionals, making this Northeast Regional semifinal game-to-go a spicy rematch.

  • League of Shadows vs. Sprocket | Mixed Semifinal

    The mixed semifinals were games to go to nationals at the Northeast Regional. It was no surprise seeing Boston Sprocket, but not many would have picked their opponent to be Boston League of Shadows. League were a frisky team a few years ago, can they steal a bid in 2021?

  • Rhino Slam! vs. The Killjoys | Men's Semifinal

    In a stacked 3-bid men's region, the semifinals are teams' first chance to punch their ticket to San Diego. It's no surprise seeing Portland Rhino Slam! in this game, but the upstarts from Utah, Orem The Killjoys have shown that they deserve to be in the conversation.

  • The Killjoys vs. Emerald City | Men's 3rd Place Final

    With no Furious George at the Northwest Regional this year, the third bid to nationals in the men's division fell to two teams usually left on the outside looking in. A surging Orem The Killjoys squad is the representation of all the hard work occurring in the Utah youth and BYU scenes. Meanwhile...

  • Cocktails vs. Hybrid | Mixed Final

    The sole bid for the Great Lakes Regional mixed division is on the line and it's a rematch of the 2019 final! Columbus Cocktails took the bid two years ago with a 13-8 victory over Ann Arbor Hybrid. Can the Michigan squad enact revenge, or will it be back-to-back nationals trips for Ohio?

  • Cocktails vs. Steamboat | Mixed Quarterfinal

    The Great Lakes Regional mixed division may have suffered the hardest from 2021's unique bid allocation, with 4 teams ranked in the top 16 but only one bid to share. While Columbus Cocktails took the Great Lakes' bid in 2019, it's been a few years further since Cincinnati Steamboat's last nationa...

  • Rival vs. Nemesis | Women's Final

    Chicago Nemesis and Columbus Rival are in contention for the first women's bid to nationals out of the Great Lakes Regional. In 2019, Nemesis beat Rival 10-8 in the game-to-go. Rival avenged that loss early this season at ESC, but Nemesis struck back on day 1 of regionals.

  • XIST vs. Grand Army | Mixed Quarterfinal

    Brooklyn Grand Army has threatened to play spoiler in past years. New York XIST was upset at sectionals, but still remains a favorite to qualify for nationals. At the Northeast Regional, anything can happen!

  • Temper vs. Phantom | Men's Quarterfinal

    Pittsburgh Temper must have been unhappy seeing they'd play Philadelphia Phantom in the first place quarterfinals at the Mid-Atlantic Regional. Phantom brought a sneakily stacked roster, having picked up some of New York's finest - Jeff Babbitt, Ryan Weaver, and Matt Stevens. Will Temper build of...

  • KC United vs. Chalice | Mixed 2nd Place Quarterfinal

    Kansas City United made a splash at the Pro-Elite Challenge and signaled that the mixed division of the North Central Regional would be deep this year. In a win-or-go-home elimination game in the 2nd place bracket, United plays St Louis Chalice.

  • Grit vs. Parcha | Women's Final

    It's the only women's game-to-go in the 1-bid women's Mid-Atlantic Regional! With no Scandal this year, Washington D.C. Grit has an excellent shot to qualify for nationals, but will their hopes be disrupted by the emergence of Pittsburgh newest team, Parcha?

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  • Temper vs. Vault | Men's 2nd Place Final

    Pittsburgh Temper suffered a surprising loss in the 1st place bracket to Phantom, but have fought their way to the final game-to-go out of the Mid-Atlantic Regional. Virginia Vault made it to the 1st place final, but can they bounce back from an 8-point loss to Truck Stop?

  • 'Shine vs. Toro | Mixed Final

    Durham Toro kicked off their 2021 season taking down the $7500 prize at Richmond Cup. Now they need one more win to punch their ticket to nationals. In their way is Nashville 'Shine, a first-year team with Jesse Shofner as their headline talent.

  • Truck Stop vs. Vault | Men's Final

    Washington D.C. Truck Stop was the clear favorite to win the Mid-Atlantic Men's Regional. But Virginia Vault made a case they could compete after winning the Elite-Select Challenge and compiling an 11-1 regular season record. Who will secure the first of two bids to nationals?

  • AMP vs. Space Heater | Mixed Final

    Two-time defending national champions Philadelphia AMP take on the top ranked team from the 2019 season, Washington D.C. Space Heater, in the regional final. AMP ended Space Heater's 2018 and 2019 seasons at Nationals, but the DC squad beat Philly early this season at the AMP Invite and looks poi...

  • Ring of Fire vs. Chain Lightning | Men's Final

    Raleigh Ring of Fire didn't play a game in the regular season, but that didn't limit them from giving up no more than 4 points in a game heading into the Southeast Regional final. Atlanta Chain Lightning's resurgent season has been led by excellent play from both returners and team rookies, and l...

  • Phoenix vs. Tabby Rosa | Women's Pool Play

    Raleigh Phoenix proved they're in the title hunt after advancing to the Pro Championships semifinal. Gainesville Tabby Rosa saw mixed results at ESC, but showed that they can hang tight with just about anyone. These two get their first challenge at the Southeast Regional, playing a round robin po...

  • Sprocket vs. Mixtape | Mixed Pool Play

    It wasn’t that long ago that Seattle Mixtape were the upstart program taking the mixed division by storm in their first appearance at Nationals. After ascending to the stalwart status, Seattle now take on a similarly exciting and talent-packed first-year team from the other side of the country, B...

  • Johnny Bravo vs. Ring of Fire | Men's Pool Play

    Denver Johnny Bravo and Raleigh Ring of Fire currently own the two longest Nationals streaks in the men’s division. With more than 20 straight appearances each, the blueblood programs have enjoyed considerable success of late, with at least one of the two qualifying for the semifinals in seven of...

  • Slow vs. shame. | Mixed Pool Play

    After matching up four times last season, pool play on Day One of the Club Championships will be the first meeting of the season between Boston Slow and Fort Collins shame. The Northeast club were 3-1 against the Coloradans in 2019, but shame. won the pool play clash in San Diego en route to thei...

  • Truck Stop vs. Machine | Men's Pool Play

    Chicago Machine entered the Club Championships as the overall 2-seed, but was upset in the first round of pool play by the SoCal Condors. Washington D.C. Truck Stop handled DiG and Condors and look to win the pool and take the bye to quarters. Can Machine regroup and win the pool, or will they ce...

  • NOISE vs. Sprocket | Mixed Quarterfinal

    Madison NOISE was the shocking winner of Pool A, winning all three of their games by 2 points, including over the #1 seed shame. Sprocket did not find much success in their pool, only lodging one win, but they defeated Love Tractor in the prequarterfinal to push further into the bracket. The mixe...

  • Truck Stop vs. Rhino Slam! | Men's Quarterfinal

    In 2019, Salem Rhino Slam! was the unlikely 16 seed that advanced to the quarterfinals and nearly knocked out defending champions PoNY, losing on 15-14. Seeking to build off that success, they defeated in-region rival The Killjoys in prequarters to return yet again to the quarterfinals where they...

  • Rival vs. Bent | Women's Pool Play

    While one of New York BENT or Columbus Rival have been at Nationals in seven of the last ten years, they’ve never been a part of the same field – until now. Both are back at Nationals after missing out in 2019 and each is seeking their first-ever quarterfinals appearance. Will either be able to b...

  • Wildfire vs. Riot | Women's Pool Play

    Perennial nationals attendee Seattle Riot turned over a lot of talent in the offseason. Their chemistry was a work in progress at early season tournaments, but they round into form at regionals to take the second bid out of the Northwest region. San Diego Wildfire also lost some top talent to oth...

  • Revolver vs. Machine | Men's Prequarterfinal

    2nd seeded Chicago Machine was flustered and out of sorts during pool play of the 2021 Club Championships, struggling to remain competitive in games against Condors and Truck Stop. San Francisco Revolver's universe point loss to Ring of Fire to close out pool play pushed the Bay area team into th...

  • Temper vs. Rhino Slam! | Men's Pool Play

    Pittsburgh Temper and Portland Rhino Slam! have occupied similar places in the firmament of the men’s division over the past few years, each established as a consistent Nationals attendee and knocking on the door of the elite tier. Despite the similarities, the pair haven’t faced each other in mo...

  • Lawless vs. Hybrid | Mixed Quarterfinal

    Ann Arbor Hybrid only had one loss on the year, but with limited opportunities against nationals-caliber teams out of region, it was hard to gauge how they would fare at the Club Championships. Arizona Lawless made a name for themselves with strong performances at the Pro-Elite Challenge and Pro ...

  • Traffic vs. Phoenix | Women's Pool Play

    Raleigh Phoenix and Vancouver Traffic headlined pool D as the 4 and 5 seeds. Both teams entered this matchup 2-0, with Phoenix looking somewhat sharper on the day. The stakes are high as these teams seek to avoid seeing a top 3 powerhouse in the potential quarterfinal matchup!

  • Tabby Rosa vs. Siege | Women's Prequarterfinal

    Gainesville Tabby Rosa kicked off their 2021 Club Championships with a surprising upset of Seattle Riot. The tournament's 15-seed didn't have the burden of external expectations, and they've blown away what was expected of them in reaching the prequarterfinal. Boston Siege has proven able to hang...

  • Nightlock vs. Molly Brown | Women's Pool Play

  • Mixtape vs. Space Heater | Mixed Pool Play

  • PoNY vs. Chain Lightning | Men's Pool Play

  • Condors vs. Truck Stop | Men's Pool Play

  • Hybrid vs. Drag'n Thrust | Mixed Pool Play

  • Revolver vs. Ring of Fire | Men's Pool Play

  • Pop vs. Nemesis | Women's Prequarterfinal

  • Phoenix vs Tabby Rosa | Women's Quarterfinal

  • Ring of Fire vs. Rhino Slam! | Men's Semifinal

  • Drag'n Thrust vs. shame. | Mixed Prequarterfinal

  • PoNY vs. Machine | Men's Quarterfinal

  • Mixtape vs. BFG | Mixed Semifinal

  • AMP vs. BFG | Mixed Quarterfinal

  • Brute Squad vs. Traffic | Women's Quarterfinal

  • 'Shine vs. Lawless | Mixed Pool Play

  • Parcha vs. Traffic | Women's Pool Play

  • Phoenix vs. Molly Brown | Women's 3rd Place Final

    Denver Molly Brown notched a pair of close wins over Raleigh Phoenix earlier this year at the Pro Championships en route to winning that tournament. Phoenix bolstered their O-line heading into the series with the return of a few injured players, and looked sharp throughout the Club Championships,...

  • NOISE vs. Mixtape | Mixed 3rd Place Final

    Madison NOISE shocked the division with their semifinals appearance as a 12-seed that won Pool A with three 2-point victories. Seattle Mixtape lost bragging rights for the best team from Seattle after dropping to BFG on universe point in their semifinal. Both seek a bid to 2022 WUCC in the Club C...

  • Sockeye vs. Rhino Slam! | Men's 3rd Place Final

    The men's 3rd place final at the Club Championships was a classic northwest matchup between Seattle Sockeye and Salem Rhino Slam, their second meeting of the tournament. Sockeye took the pool play matchup to win Pool A. Both teams lost 15-8 in the semifinals, setting up the rematch with a bid to ...

  • Sorta vs. Moondog | Mixed Preliminary Bracket

    Montana Moondog was the darling underdog of the 2019 season, stealing a bid to make nationals with some of ultimate's best jerseys. Seeking to return in 2021, Moondog must navigate a gauntlet at the Northwest Regional. One team in their way is the Seattle Sorta squad that's kinda-sorta-maybe play...

  • Space Force vs. Malice in Wonderland | Mixed Pool Play

    Huntsville Space Force and Raleigh Malice in Wonderland aren't teams that usually receive buzz from the national media. But after winning HoDown ShowDown, Space Force entered Ultiworld's Top 25 Power Rankings as a dark horse candidate for the southeast region's lone bid to nationals. We got a loo...

  • Drag'n Thrust vs. Mixtape | Mixed Quarterfinal

    Minneapolis Drag'n Thrust rode an incredible 6 goal run en route to a shocking 14-13 victory over shame. in the Club Championships prequarterfinal. Their reward? Playing #3 seed Seattle Mixtape in the quarter. Mixtape was undefeated on day 1, but didn't get much separation over their opponents. T...

  • Tabby Rosa vs. Ozone | Women's Pool Play

    Atlanta Ozone's historic streak of 33 consecutive nationals appearances is at risk after they opted not to participate in the 2021 regular season. The makeup of the team is markedly different than in recent years, which makes for a fascinating pool play game against Gainesville Tabby Rosa. Tabby...

  • M'kay vs. HeyDay | Mixed Quarterfinal

    15-seeded Auburn HeyDay, an alumni team, was the surprise winner of Pool C at the Southeast Regional, upsetting teams bearing the wonderful names of Space Force and Malice in Wonderland. 9th-seeded Atlanta M'kay was another upstart qualifier into the quarterfinal round, narrowing missing out on w...

  • Love Tractor vs. Lawless | Mixed Pool Play

    Not many expected to see Denver Love Tractor at the Club Championships after a disappointing regular season and facing a Southwest region with shame and Public Enemy. But this team peaked at the right time, sneaking past Public Enemy at regionals and entering nationals as the 14-seed. Arizona Law...

  • Ring of Fire vs. Chain Lightning | Men's Quarterfinal

    While Raleigh Ring of Fire may not have played a game prior to the club series, they hit the ground running, going undefeated across Sectionals and Regionals and beating Atlanta Chain Lightning in the regional final. Chain Lightning was happy to incorporate elite talent this year, with the likes ...

  • Love Tractor vs. Sprocket | Mixed Prequarterfinal

    Two of the three double digit seeds to advance into bracket play at the 2021 Club Championships met immediately in the prequarterfinals. 14-seed Denver Love Tractor was the surprise qualifier out of the South Central, upsetting Public Enemy and showing marked improvement after a rough start to th...