US Open 2021

US Open 2021

A pandemic-disrupted US Open only has men's division action in Blaine, Minnesota, with a field of the top teams in the country plus up-and-coming challengers.

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US Open 2021
  • 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?

  • 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?

  • 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!

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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?

  • 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?

  • 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?

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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...

  • 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!

  • 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.