We are proud to present our 2016 Business Partners!
Is this still the best AUDL highlight video to date? Maybe, maybe not, but either way we promise you’ll be glad you watched it again… And not just because of the Callahan at 1:22 by the Breeze’s Ryan Nam in front of 1500 Montréal Royal fans and a nationwide ESPN3 audience.
The DC Breeze and Layout Ultimate announced a partnership today for the 2017 season.
Breeze player and team Strength and Conditioning Coach Alex “AJ” Jacoski ordered up a bluebird, 70 degree weekend for the Ocean City Beach Classic (OCBC) October 15-16th. With 30 teams in attendance, the waterfront at Ocean City was buzzing with players from as far afield as Oneonta and Long Island, NY, and south to Virginia Beach. The DC, Maryland and Virginia club scene was well-represented and notably included delegates from…
Here are the Top 10 Breeze players in Defense during the 2016 season. Determining each player’s impact through metrics alone paints a limited picture of the season to say the least. However, measuring a player’s — and team’s — overall defensive impact is in part a numbers game.
Chuck Cantone and Jeff Wodatch, two linchpin players from the DC Breeze 2016 roster, have re-signed for the 2017 season.
Ben Feng will hang up his cleats for good this winter and retire from the DC Breeze as a player. He announced today that he will use his retirement to focus on youth, women’s and mixed development with an emphasis on gender equity, and has accepted a position with the team as its new Youth and Gender Equity Coordinator.
Breeze handler Alan Kolick broke his arm while playing for his club team DC Truck Stop at the USAU Club National Championships in Rockford, IL over the weekend.
Matthew “Rowan” McDonnell took the team prize as Most Underrated Player for the Breeze in 2016, according to the AUDL. We don’t think he would come close to winning that prize if the vote took place in DC, given that he’s one of the team’s most recognized and acknowledged players throughout the DC Ultimate community.
Round 2 of the 5-round Breeze/WAFC Middle School Clinic Series took place last Sunday at Washington-Lee High School in Arlington. Following a terrific first evening September 18 with 40 kids in attendance, Round 2 surpassed the opening night with almost 60 middle schoolers participating in the 2-hour session.