Spring Reign 2017

Spring Reign is one of the largest coed youth ultimate tournaments in the world, with age divisions for middle school (grades 6-8) and high school (grades 9-12) teams. The tournament hosts school-based teams hailing from Washington, British Columbia, Manitoba, Oregon, Montana, and Idaho, celebrationg youth ultimate in the Northwest!

Game schedules are now posted, and so is the updated field map. Some changes were made to the schedule and map recently; impacted teams have been notified via email.

The 2017 Spirit of the Game scoresheet is now posted.  Please use this form for recording Spirit scores for all games on Saturday and Sunday.

All Saturday scores and Sunday brackets have been updated on the Game schedules tab.


Bulleit Train - Mixed Club Tryouts

Bulleit Train is a Seattle area mixed team dedicated to promoting team chemistry with a commitment to community and spirit. By valuing and supporting our teammates, we strive to grow as players, individuals, and as a team in order to compete at the highest levels of Ultimate.

Bulleit Train is looking to gather talented and spirited players to join our team. You can read about Bulleit Train's team mission and core values here!

If you are interested in trying out, please fill out the tryout application here.

Bulleit Train Open Tryout #1: April 21st: 7pm - 9pm @ Bobby Morris Turf Playfield

Bulleit Train Open Tryout #2: April 27th: 6pm - 8pm @ Delridge North Turf

Come check out the team and follow them on Facebook for more announcements! They are excited to show off what makes Seattle Ultimate special!


USA Ultimate Vision Tour

We want to thank USA Ultimate for visiting Seattle on April 4 as part of their Vision Tour! Over 100 members of the local ultimate community visited the RenFitness Gym to discuss the future of the sport of ultimate.

For those who missed it, Fulcrum Media filmed the event. We will do our best to pass along any other follow up information.

USA Ultimate asked us to send a special thanks to everyone here in the "center of the ultimate universe". They told us that it was a great night for them, and they greatly appreciate hearing your opinions. All of the USA Ultimate representatives at the event spoke highly of Seattle ultimate and DiscNW, and they wanted us to pass that along to you all. So, thanks from USA Ultimate!


Upcoming Birdfruit Events

Our good friends Birdfruit are hosting tryouts in Shoreline and a goalty tournament at the RenFitness Gym this month. See below for details.

Birdfruit 2017 Open Tryouts - Join the team on April 29th from 9:30 am - 12:30 pm at Shoreline Park for a morning of playing hard, meeting new people, and having fun! For more details and to sign-up, please complete the .

Seattle Indoor Goalty Tournament - This mixed goalty tournament at RenFitness Gym on April 16 Sign-ups are individual, but there is no limit to the number of sign-up buddies. In other words, you can put together a whole team if you want! If that is too much work, then just sign-up and TDs will put together some rad teams for you.


Summer Adult Leagues

Registration will open soon for the following adult summer team leagues.

Summer Coed Hat League - Participants in the summer hat league represent a wide range of skills and age groups. Many players who start in Verns league or the High School leagues continue to hone their skills in the summer hat league. The league is geared towards beginner and intermediate-level players, and is a great way to meet new people. Games will be on Friday evenings, probably around 6:30pm, though some games may be later. All games will be on the synthetic turf fields at Magnuson Park.

Masters Hat League - For men and women players over 30, this league continues to be a favorite among “veteran” and “newbies” alike, distinguished by mellow, gender-friendly and fun play. Games are on Monday evenings, mostly at Magnuson Park, in June and July. Online registration is now open!

Summer Team League - Summer team league is for new or established coed teams and has something for various skill levels. The league has five divisions, and teams are placed in each division based on their experience to ensure close competition. Games are scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

Summer Corp League - The corporate league is for coed teams comprised of employees from a company who want to play other companies. Some companies sponsor their teams' league fees. The league has a wide range of skill levels but is primarily for beginners who want to have fun with their work colleagues. Games are on Wednesday evenings starting in early June.

Summer Women's League - Details are pending for this league, and we will post an update as soon as possible. Tentatively, the league will once again take place on Monday evenings at Jefferson Park.

Summer Mens' Hat League - The men's league is a hat league that was started in 2003 to provide more opportunities for men's ultimate in the Seattle area. The men's hat league is a way to provide another option for summer ultimate. Once again, the league will be geared towards intermediate and advanced players, as well as college players home for the summer. Games are on Monday evenings, mostly at Magnuson Park.