Pitt Women's Ultimate Frisbee 2018
Who We Are:
Known to our friends and families as Danger, we are the University of Pittsburgh’s Women’s Club Ultimate Team. Our team is comprised of 23 dedicated, enthusiastic, intelligent, hard-working athletes who love to play ultimate! We come from all over the country, and work hard to represent Pitt well.
Every year, our biggest tournament sequence is called The Series. The Series is comprised of Sectionals, Regionals, and finally, Nationals. In order to compete at Nationals, our team must place either first or second at the Regional tournament at the end of April. Danger is included in the Ohio Valley Region, and for the past five years we have placed within the top three teams of our region.
Last year, we achieved our goal to represent Pitt at College Nationals. Danger won the Ohio Valley region again last year in the first bid to go to Nationals in Mason, OH. While the team played hard, the finish wasn’t what we had hoped for. This year we hope to have the opportunity to improve!
We need your help to get us through The Series this year so we can return to Wisconsin and represent Pitt at Nationals!
How You Can Help:
Danger has already competed in three tournaments this season: Queen City Tune Up in North Carolina, Stanford Invite in California, and I-85 Rodeo in Virginia. This year, Sectional (or Conference Championships) will be in Allentown, PA. Also, we were lucky enough to win the bid to host Regionals at the end of April, which will be in Steubenville, OH, about an hour away from Pitt! We are asking for your gracious support to help our team on our road through the Series. We are beyond grateful for any donation given, which will help the team cover a variety of costs such as:
- Tournament registration fees
- Ground transportation (gas)
- Lodging fees (hotels)
Be sure to watch our video, check us out on our website, or follow us on Twitter (@PittUltimateW), Facebook (Pitt Women's Ultimate), and Instagram (@pittultimatew) to see what our team is all about!
Thank you and H2P!