HB Woodlawn’s Leslie Keller Contributes To Gender Equity Discussion

Ultiworld posted an article today in which Leslie Keller, player on DC-based women’s club team Grit and coach of HB Woodlawn’s Ultimate team based in Arlington, VA, speaks her mind about the treatment of women and girls in Ultimate. It discusses issues she experienced first hand in the DC Ultimate scene and elsewhere, and is definitely worth a read.

We Don’t Need Saviors, We Need Proponents


Nearly 40 Kids Help Launch WAFC/Breeze Clinic Series

Breeze players Matt Kerrigan and Rowan McDonnell joined forces with elite women players from DC club teams Scandal and Grit Sunday night in Arlington, VA to launch the first session of the WAFC/Breeze Middle School Clinic Series. It was a tremendous start, as almost 40 kids aged 10-14 came out in perfect 80-degree weather to get instruction from some of the best ultimate talent the DC area has to offer.


Wodatch Named To All-AUDL 2nd Team

Breeze 2016 offensive leader Jeff Wodatch was named to the All-AUDL 2nd Team this week. Wodatch led the Breeze in goals and +/-, and was 2nd in assists and total points played while participating in all but one of the 16 games this season including both playoff games. He was a stalwart and top producer on an O-Line that scored 392 goals on the way to its best finish ever, with only an overtime road…


Breeze, WAFC Partner w/ Area Club Teams for Middle School Clinic Series

$5 clinic includes 2016 Breeze disc and a ticket to Breeze Opening Day 2017.

The DC Breeze and WAFC have partnered with YULA and elite players from the area’s best club teams to create a Middle School Clinic Series this Fall. Coaching instruction at the clinics will be performed by pros and other elite male and female players from around the region in the first series of its kind for the DC area.

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All-Stars, Scandal Put On Memorable Show

All-Star Ultimate Tour made their way to Rockville, Maryland to face elite women’s club team DC Scandal August 8. Scandal beat the All-Star Tour team with a final score of 15-12 at Richard Montgomery High School. From the start of the game, both teams had a steady back-and-forth scoring until All-Star Tour’s first break of the game that made the score 5-3. Their lead continued well into the first half to reach a score…