Cascades Academy 2nd Youth Clinic

Seattle Cascades Professional Ultimate Academy announces their second clinic of the 2017 season, focusing on "Handling & Cutting". Sessions will range from beginner to advanced and are open to all genders. Beginners will focus on solidifying fundamentals, spirit of the game, and strategies. Intermediate and Advanced clinics will include strength & agility training by Ren Fitness, plus intensive skills and strategy work. All clinics will conclude with a scrimmage. We've recruited some of the best coaches in Seattle to provide elite instruction for our players. Seattle Cascades men & women, Seattle Riot, and RenFitness invite you to come learn with us!

March 26th, High School 1:30-4pm, Middle School & Elementary 3-5th 2-4pm

Bobby Morris Playfield turf

Open to all genders, 3rd-12th grade, coached by age group

$20 fee/ $30 with a jersey or shorts

Scholarship available

More info and register here.


Ultimate Peace Tour Single Gender Tourney April 9th

One-day SPLIT-GENDER tournament for high school teams in the Seattle area. The Leaders-in-Training have come all the way from the Middle East to play with you!

Ultimate Peace uses ultimate frisbee to build bridges of friendship, trust, and leadership in the Middle East and we are touring in Seattle on our Annual Friendship Tour. Please join us!

Boys teams will play in the morning, girls will play in the afternoon. This is a round robin opportunity for local teams to play against the Ultimate Peace LIT team.

To learn more or to register, please visit the event page.


DiscNW 2017 YCC Teams Announced

After 2.5 weeks of grueling tryouts DiscNW is proud to announce our roster selections for the 2017 tournament to be held August 5th-7th in Blaine, MN. Thank you to the over 185 participants in this year's tryout process. The talent level in this community is amazing and on behalf of the staff and coaches we hope you'll continue to thrive and flourish this spring and beyond.


Message from the DiscNW Board

Our Executive Director (ED), William Bartram, has recently informed us that he will be leaving our organization.

Bunny, as he’s known around the community, has graced us with his leadership for the past 12 years. In an organization like ours, this is a lifetime. Bunny has brought to DiscNW a sense of wisdom, patience, and caring instrumental in helping us grow into the tight-knit community we are now. Under his tenure, DiscNW has experienced extraordinary growth, in many dimensions:

  • Increased youth participation from about 1000 to 4000
  • Established Youth Development Fund now in excess of $130,000 annually
  • Expanded adult league participation by more than 60%
  • Led budget growth from $220,000 to more than $1,100,000
  • Grew from one employee to four full-time staff, hundreds of volunteers, and several contractors

The board thanks Bunny for his work, love of the sport, and commitment to our community. We are lucky to have a resilient organization with dedicated staff members, who will continue to provide excellent programs to the community as we begin recruitment for a new ED.

The job description is now available and the position is open for applications — please spread the word if you know of a motivated, sport-loving, non-profit leader. Bunny will continue in his position in the interim, and will work with the new ED to transition his responsibilities by early summer. For questions about the position, contact

DiscNW will be posting occasional updates on our social media channels about our recruitment process. If you see Bunny on the fields this spring, please thank him for his years of service to our community!

DiscNW Board of Directors


Seattle Women's Masters Combine on Sunday, March 5th

Seattle Women's team Mint and Co. is kicking off the Masters season with a combine! Our goal is to have enough interest and participation to create 2 women's masters teams and 1 women's grandmasters team this year. We are looking forward to a fun season with a local tournament or two, some regionals bids, and a trip to Nationals!

To learn more or to register, please visit the Facebook event page.