BCC Ultimate is a no cut high school team from Maryland, composed mainly of students at BCC High School. Our coach is Andrew Nguyen, an experienced club player and certified observer who volunteers his time. We practice regularly and compete at travel tournaments against the top teams in the country and at the Maryland state championship each year. We are Maryland state champions three out of the past five years. The teams goal is to improve, raise awareness for the sport of Ultimate, and have fun! We hosted Friendship Tours in 2015 and 2016, and we’re excited to continue to help spread the joy we’ve found in ultimate around the world by supporting Ultimate Peace!
Molasses Disaster is excited to be a part the Ultimate Peace program. We are a Mixed Master’s team out of Boston who values diversity of thought and background. We appreciate all that Ultimate Peace and other Ulti-Mates bring to the field and the world.
What’s with our name you ask? Here goes. On January 15, 1919 in the North End neighborhood of Boston, a large molasses storage tank burst and a wave of molasses rushed through the streets at 35 mph, destroying everyone and everything in its path. This is what we aim to do to our opponents, in the most metaphorical and spirited way, of course. Doing that in a literal sense would be immoral and cost prohibitive.
The Richmond Spidermonkeys are the University of Richmond Men’s Club Ultimate Team. We compete in USA Ultimate’s Men’s DIII College Division. We are the defending champions of the Atlantic Coast Region, have attended nationals four of the last five years, and are the 2017 National Champions. We are already preparing for and looking forward to our 2018-2019 Season under the leadership of our new Captains: Chris Selwood, Pat Murray, and Ty Englert. We are excited to be an ulti-mate team because we believe in the power that sport, specifically ultimate, has to unite people of all backgrounds.