We hear again from Michelle Ng about the experience of putting on Philly Fusion, a combined college and club Women's tournament.
In this feature we will hear from Michelle Ng, her compatriot organizers, and coaches, captains, and players, who all participated in a series of learning tournaments this past fall and winter.
A look back at 2009 at The Huddle.
Xi Xia brings us his experience with CrossFit.
In this feature we've gathered a handful of the many stories from the 2009 edition of the Emerald City Classic.
Fantasy sports comes to Ultimate. We have 10 Open Division owners, 5 Women's Division owners, all drafting the best players out there to make some spectacular teams.
We asked Downtown Brown, a pick-up team of players of color, discuss race in Ultimate.
What makes a great College team?
In this feature, we'll take a look at the tournament and the teams in competition at Centex from the persective of the coaches, captains, and players in attendence.
Mike Mullen and Adam Simon go back and forth over the topic of Youth Playing Limits.
We take a look back at the year 2008, look forward to 2009, and hand out our Top Ten Lists.
Here we present six perspectives on the growth of the Youth Ultimate, and where it might be headed.
In Part III of our College Development series we focus on tryouts: how do you run the tryout process, what considerations need to be made about the team and your players, and how do you decide who to take and why?
In Part II of our College Development series we focus on fall practices: what drills and skills do you focus on; how do you keep your returners progressing; do you implement your spring system before the winter?
In this three-part mini-series, we'll explore aspects of the fall development process, and how you can help your college team improve as much and as quickly as possible.
With the '09 games just around the corner, we bring a couple of perspectives from the '05 team that was victorious in Germany, and take a brief look ahead at what the winter might bring, pending more information from the UPA.
Here is our coverage of the 2007 UPA Open Final. We've broken down tower footage point-by-point, and it gives a great view of the action at a team-wide and downfield cutting angle. Andrew Fleming of Sockeye and Mike Whitaker of Johnny Bravo graciously answered our questions and provided written commentary.
The Huddle has breaking news regarding Cultimate's planned Conference 1, a shake-up of the college division sure to send shockwaves throughout the Ultimate community.
This week The Huddle is proud to present a very special Feature on the 2008 UPA Board of Directors Election.
Along the shores of the Pacific Ocean in Santa Cruz, California, North America's best teams gather for the strongest regular season tournament of the year. This week we look at both the Open and Women's Divsions.
In this feature The Huddle presents a look at the six of the top West Coast teams in attendence this past weekend at the Emerald City Classic, held an hour north of Seattle in Burlington, Washington.
Below the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Boulder, Colorado, eight top Open teams from around the country gathered for one of the few precursor tournaments to Nationals, the Colorado Cup.
International Ultimate is a wide, wide world. In this feature, The Huddle presents a spectrum of authors writing about their countries and how ultimate is played and prospers there.
The 2008 Sockeye Invite was the first major West Coast tournament of the year. We are going to take a look at the different offenses and defenses each team employed; what worked, what didn't; which strategies were successful and why.
Everyone player wants to be a better athlete. Many players are going beyond simple workouts and using specialized combinations of workout modalities to increase the gains they see. The authors in this feature have volunteered some of the their time to describe aspects of their training that they find particularly important.
In this the first feature from "The Huddle," we've asked experienced players on the best Mixed teams to weigh in with their thoughts on strategy, game planning, and execution in the Mixed Division.