Ultimate Peace Will Return Soon…

Events: Camp 2017

  • Hannah Robinson

    Hannah Robinson

    Hannah started playing ultimate at Tufts University in Boston when her freshman year roommate dragged her along to a practice and she hasn’t looked back since. She quickly became obsessed with her team, the sport, and, above all else, the ultimate community. After graduating she moved across the country and filled the ultimate void by […]

  • Glenn Poole

    Glenn Poole

    Glenn started playing competitive ultimate as a freshman at Watchung Hills Regional High School. He captained as a senior for both the WHRHS Warriors and for the Rutgers University men’s team, Machine. After playing for a fifth year at Rutgers, Glenn moved to Germany to teach English and helped lead the German national men’s team […]

  • Meeta Prakash

    Meeta Prakash

    Meeta began playing ultimate in high school at Phillips Exeter Academy. She thought it would be cool to learn how to throw a flick and play a crunchy sport. In college at Dartmouth, she played with both A and B teams (Princess Layout and Princess B-Ride) and even captained the B team for a semester. […]

  • Nicole “Lucky” Desjardins

    Nicole “Lucky” Desjardins

    While her family knows her as Nicole, those in the ultimate community know her only as Lucky.  She found her home in the ultimate community by fluke in the summer of 2002, when her friend’s brother was setting up the first ultimate league in Kamloops, BC and needed people to sign up. At the time […]

  • Lauren Pichard

    Lauren Pichard

    Lauren Pichard has been playing ultimate since middle school and developed a passion for the sport through its strong sense of community and core value: Spirit Of The Game. She first discovered Ultimate Peace through a school project in a history class called The Modern Middle East and resonated strongly with the organization’s mission and […]