High School Coed Spring League (2012)
- Event Type
- Team League
- Event Start
- Event End
Congratulations to the following league winners:
- League Spirit Award: Chief Sealth (3rd consecutive year!)
- A Division Champion: Ingraham High School
- B Division Champion: Bellevue High School
- C Division Champion: Woodinville High School
This coed league is open to high school-based teams (grades 9-12), public or private. There will be 2-3 divisions to accommodate different age, skill, and experience levels. Teams can expect to play 7-9 regular season games, plus 1-3 playoff games.
Games are on Saturdays. We are waiting for confirmation of our field reservations, but games will likely take place at fields in north and south Seattle, Shoreline, and Marymoor Park in Redmond.
Rahmin Buckman is your League Coordinator.
- December 16: Registration opens.
- February 12: Registration closes. League fees due.
- February 20: Schedule announced.
- March 4: Mandatory coaches' meeting 3:15pm at the Newport Way Library (14250 S.E. Newport Way, Bellevue, 98006)
- March 14: League paperwork due.
- March 17: First games.
- May 13: All spirit and game scores should be reported. Teams with missing scores will not participate in post-season play.
- May 16 or Earlier: Playoffs schedule announced.
- May 19: Playoffs.
Read responses to frequently-asked questions by clicking on the FAQ link at the top of this page. Question still not answered? Email your League Coordinator and DiscNW staff at the contact email at the top of this page.
League fees are $345 per team and should be paid at the time of registration. Scholarships are available.
Click here for paperwork requirements. Note that there are new paperwork requirements for 2012.
If registration is open, a "Register Now" link will be available directly below this sentence.
DiscNW is not running a single-gender high school team league this spring. Instead, the leagues will be run independently by several local schools, with a boys' league in the fall and a girls' league in the spring. Seattle teams who wish to play in the 2012 USA Ultimate Washington State Championship must participate in the school-organized single-gender league as a prerequisite (teams from outside of Seattle will have alternative qualifying opportunities for the state championship). If your high school team wishes to play in a single-gender league this spring (girls) or next fall (boys), or in the Washington State Championship in 2012, please contact Northwest School Athletic Directors Britt Atack () and Mike Mullen () for more information on the school-organized single-gender events. Planning is already well underway for the spring girls' league, so please contact them as soon as possible if you wish to play this spring.
For individual players wishing to play single-gender Ultimate, DiscNW is running complementary club leagues, with a High School Boys' Spring Pod/Hat League in the spring and a girls' club league in the fall.
Looking for a lower-commitment opportunity to try out single-gender Ultimate for a day?
DiscNW is hosting one more single-gender high school tournament this spring:
- June 2 Spring Jam
Please print the field permits and bring them to your games. If there is another user on the field, you can show these as proof of our reservation.
There will be a mandatory coaches' meeting in late February or early March. Topics will include league logistics, schedules, rules, expectations of coaches, and management of head injuries.
- Specific league rules are outlined in the notes from the March 4 coaches' meeting.
- This league uses the Official Rules of Ultimate, 11th Edition.
- The on-field gender ratio for this league is 4 boys: 3 girls or 4 girls: 3 boys (offense decides).
- All players on a team must attend the same school. All exceptions must be approved by the Eligibility Committee. Applications are due by February 15 and April 15. Please refer to the Eligibility Rules for details and for information on this process. Note that the Eligibility Rules have been revised for 2012.
- Teams are required to have an adult coach present at all games. The coach must be at least 21 years old.
- Please follow all park rules. This includes no dogs on athletic fields, and no food on synthetic fields. Please follow these and all other park rules, or we could lose our field privileges.
- In order to be eligible for post-season play and for the league Spirit of the Game award, a team must report all of its game scores and Spirit scores promptly. Scores for the entire season must be reported no later than 11:59pm on the Sunday following the last Saturday of regular play (so, Sunday May 13).
- All league-specific rules were outlined at the coaches' meeting. Click here for minutes.
The following paperwork is due by Wednesday, March 14.
DiscNW prefers electronic copies of the paperwork, emailed to . If you need to submit hard copies, please bring them to the coaches' meeting or mail to DiscNW at the address in the upper right corner of the website.
- The coach must submit a signed DiscNW Youth Participation Agreement and Release and Concussion Information Sheet for each player on the roster. Coaches should keep their own hard copy of the first page of this packet and bring it to all games and practices, since it contains a medical authorization which allows the coach to seek medical care for a player if the parent cannot be reached. Please alphabetize the player waivers by last name before submitting them.
- All coaches are required to sign a Coaching Code of Conduct form, which outlines coaches' responsibilities while participating in DiscNW events, and which signifies that they have been educated as to the nature and risk of concussions and head injuries.
- Each team must submit a team roster. You may use the DiscNW Youth Team Roster, or the roster may be in your own format, but it must include the name of the event, the year of the event, the school and team names, and the full names, grades, and genders of all players. Please alphabetize the player names by last name on the form.