Tournament Results: College Terminus

Tournament: College Terminus
When: March 15/16
Where: Atlanta , GA
Placing (Finish/Seeded Coming In): Top Four (Rain out)/9th
Game Results
Pool Play: 3-1
Game 1: #13 Massachusetts (L, 8-13)
Game 2: Indiana (W, 12-8)
Game 3: Notre Dame (W, 12-9)
Game 4: Edinboro (W, W-F)
Bracket Play: 1-0
Game 5: Alabama (W, 13-10)
Game 6: #17 Eastern Michigan (Rainout)

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Individual Game

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Tournament Results: Tally Classic IX

Tournament: Tally Classic IX
When: March 8/9
Where: Tallahassee, FL
Placing (Finish/Seeded Coming In): T-5th/10th
Game Results
Pool Play: 2-2
Game 1: #3 North Carolina-Wilmington (L, 8-13)
Game 2: Tennessee (W, 13-11)
Game 3: LSU (W, 13-11)
Game 4: Rhode Island (L, 12-13)
Bracket Play: 2-1
Game 5: South Carolina (W, 15-7)
Game 6: #13 Florida State (L, 9-15)
Game 7: Tulane (W, 14-11)

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Tournament Results: Eastern’s Qualifier

Tournament: Eastern’s Qualifier
When: February 22/23
Where: Axton, VA
Placing (Finish/Seeded Coming In): T-13th
Game Results
Pool Play: 2-3
Game 1: Washington University (L, 14-15)
Game 2: #3 North Carolina-Wilmington (L,8-15)
Game 3: Pennsylvania (L, 7-13)
Game 4: William & Mary (W, 15-11)
Game 5: Connecticut (W, 15-13)
Bracket Play: 1-1
Game 6: Maryland (L, 8-15)
Game 7: Ohio (W, 12-11)

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Washington University



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Tournament Results: T-Town Throwdown 10

Tournament: T-Town Throwdown 10
When: January 25/26
Where: Tuscaloosa, AL
Placing (Finish/Seeded Coming In): 4th/2nd
Game Results
Pool Play: 2-2
Game 1: Tennesse (W, 13-9)
Game 2: Alabama (W, 12-9)
Game 3: Arkansas (L, 10-11)
Game 4: #9 Central Florida (L, 6-13)
Bracket Play: 1-2
Game 5: Kennesaw State (W, 15-8)
Game 6: LSU (L, 10-15)
Game 7: Arkansas (L, 10-11)

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Kennesaw State


Arkansas (parts)

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Tournament Results: Classic City Classic

Tournament: Classic City Classic
When: November 16/17
Where: Athens, GA
Placing (Finish/Seeded Coming In): 6th/17th
Game Results
Pool Play
Game 1: Virginia Tech (L, 8-11)
Game 2:#9 Central Florida (L, 7-8)
Game 3:#17 Eastern Michigan (W, 8-7)
Game 4:LSU (W, 11-7)
Game 5:Emory (W, 11-1)
Bracket Play:
Game 6:#2 North Carolina (L, 8-15)
Game 7:James Madison (W, 14-12)
Game 8:#5 Michigan (L, 11-15)
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James Madison

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Announcing the Inaugural Hootenanny Showdown

Auburn Ultimate is excited to announce that it will be hosting a tournament later this fall!

Named the Hootenanny Showdown, the tournament will be held on the first weekend of November. This tournament will serve as a way for teams across the Gulf Coast section and Southeast Region to compete against quality opponents in preparation for the following Spring Season. 

Event Details:
When: November 2nd-3rd
Where: Auburn University Intramural Fields
Bid Fee: $125 for one team, $200 for two teams
Team Count: 16 Men’s teams, 8 Women’s teams
Additional Info: Snacks, water, and a medical trainer will be provided. Fields will be painted. Discs will be spiked. Shirts will be torn. Fun will be had by all.

Send bid information to TJ Martin – – 
or Rachel Sedlacek – 

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Spring Season Highlights

11 minutes of bliss.

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Summer Ultimate Update

With everyone (well most people) gone for the summer and playing in different cities for different teams, I’d like to give all of our viewers an update on where to catch all of your favorite players in action this summer. Here’s a brief description of all of the acronyms and abbreviations so I don’t have to spell it out every time.

Southern Hospitality (SoHo) – new club team out of Tuscaloosa featuring players from all over the gulf coast
Freaks uv Nature (Freaks) – club team out of the Huntsville/Madison area
Ironmen – club team out of Birmingham
Birmingham Ultimate Disc Association (BUDA) – Birmingham summer league
Huntsville Ultimate Summer League (HUSL)
Montgomery Ultimate Summer League (MUSL)
Atlanta Summer League (not sure what the acronym is but I’m calling it ATL)
Chattanooga Flying Disc Club (Nooga) – Summer league

Keith – Freaks, HUSL
Reid – HUSL
Ryan – SoHo, eventually…
Garris – SoHo, BUDA
Evan – SoHo, Disc Golf Extraordinare
Wes – SoHo, ATL
Trey – BUDA
Stewart – BUDA
West – ATL
Blake – BUDA
Jackson – MUSL, Montgomery Dream Stars
Jose – Nooga, Ironmen
Ted – BUDA
Mono – Burnside (somewhere in Virginia)
Logan – BUDA

It’s great to see the majority of the roster making it a priority to get better over the summer. Not only are guys playing ultimate in these leagues and for these clubs, there are also plenty of guys doing supplementary work as well- running, throwing, and working out in their spare time. I want to encourage everyone to keep up the good work and always strive to get better at every aspect of their game. Also, I urge everyone to be good ambassadors of Auburn Ultimate and the entire ultimate community in general wherever you  go this summer.

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And The Award Goes To…

With the season complete, Captain TJ Martin dished out some player awards (as voted on by the team). Without further ado, here are your 2013 awards and award winners.

Player of the Year – Ryan Landry
Rookie of the Year – Danny Yates
Most Improved Player – Jonathan Philip
84 JCK Award (Hardest Worker) – Blake Galloway
Best Teammate – West Dickens
Play of the Year – Garris Bugg (link)
Diva Award – Trey Williams
“There It Is” Award – Brad Smith

Funnies (Courtesy of Evan Boecking):
Wes Matthews (C) – Happiest/best smile
TJ Martin (C) – Most likely to be found at taco bell/biggest impact on AU Ultimate
Brad Smith – Ron SWANSON award/worst diet
Andrew Ruffing – First person to suffer from imploding calf syndrome
Trey Williams – Best layout D’s
Stewart Boyd – Best layouts
Todd Robinson – Best huck in a game (ttown)
Chad Hobson – Tree of LIFE award/Most likely to clog a industrial size drain
West Dickens – Most underrated player award
Jackson Garrett – Team spirit award obviously
Davis Pierce – Most likely to be picked up by a heard of horses and never be seen again
Brandon Everson – Most likely to break out in song and dance
Blake Galloway – Sunshine award/dreamiest eyes
Jose Gardner – Most likely to get the most out of Spring Break
Keith Mize – Best freestyle/rapper/Best commentator/best handshakes
Stephen Robertson – Best thrower with feet
Jonathan Phillip – Diversity award
Reid Williams – SWAG overload award
Danny Yates – Math award
Michael Boroden – Best deadlift
Josh Connelly – Most likely to hurt someone on the field
Sidney Watts – Best earrings
De’Arius Martice Daniels – One hit wonder award
Mono – Best nickname award
Logan Robinson – Best mustache/Best handshake
Aaron Feick – Most likely to be doing a handstand
Evan Boecking – Sassiest Player/Most likely to get in a fight on the field


End of the Year Banquet

The Auburn Ultimate team would like to give a special thanks to the Connelly’s for hosting our banquet and other team gatherings during the year. We couldn’t have asked for a better team sponsor.

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Southeast Regional Tournament Recap

Auburn concluded its season last weekend (May 3rd and 4th) after playing in the Southeast Region tournament. The top three teams of the tournament earned a spot at USAU Collegiate Nationals. The tournament featured 3 top-20 teams, all from the Florida Section – UCF, Florida State, and Florida. Perennial powers Georgia and Georgia Tech were also in attendance. From the Gulf Coast Section Alabama, LSU, Tulane, Auburn, Mississippi State, and Vanderbilt competed as well.

Auburn came in to the tournament seeded 10th out of 13 teams, but was looking to improve that ranking by the end of the tournament. In Auburn’s pool was 3rd-seeded Florida, 4th-seeded Georgia, and 9th-seeded Tulane. Up first – Georgia.

Having been beaten by Georgia at Tally 15-6, Auburn was definitely looking for some revenge, and Auburn couldn’t have had a better start to the game. Several early breaks and strong offensive holds helped Auburn jump out to a commanding 5-2 lead, and later 7-3. Shout out to D-line players West Dickens, Blake Galloway and Garris Bugg for incredible first half performances. With half one point away, Georgia mustered up a couple breaks, but Auburn finished it off 8-6.

Georgia, the very talented team they are, hit Auburn early with two breaks to tie the game  at 8, but solid O-line play got Auburn back on track. A couple breaks by the D-line helped Auburn jump back out with the lead. Back and forth play resumed, and Auburn broke for the game 13-11 for their first win over Georgia in… well… a long time I guess.



The highly emotional win, although exciting, did have negative effects for the rest of the day. There was a bit of a let down in the next game against a very good Florida team, and a lack of concentration and focus ended up costing Auburn a crucial game to Tulane. 1-2 in pool play sent Auburn into the lower bracket on Sunday. A loss to Miss St., a win against, Vandy, and a revenge win against against Tulane 17-16 in the cold and rain placed Auburn 9th in the tournament.


Central Florida, Georgia, and Florida State advanced to Nationals. Their seasons continue, but sadly, the Gulf Coast’s season doesn’t. On behalf of the Auburn Ultimate club, we would like to say thanks to the players that will not be returning next year:

Brad Smith
Chad Hobson
Andrew Ruffing
Brandon “ER” Everson
Fred Bonsack
Danny Yates

Your contributions to this program are immeasurable. This program is definitely on the rise, and you all played key parts in making it that way. We have enjoyed getting to know you guys on and off the field. You are truly brothers to us all. Much love, and WDE84.

Thank you also to Robert Martin for the photos. More photos of the tournament action can be found here.

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