Past Articles from Glenn Poole
Glenn Poole is an Ultiworld analyst. A long-time ultimate player, he played in college with Rutgers, went to Nationals in 2009 with Pike, and competed at 2012 Worlds with the German open team as a defensive co-captain.
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Investing in International Competition
It’s almost trite to describe the current state of Ultimate as the most exciting phase of the sport’s development in forty years.
Jan 21, 2014 by Glenn Poole in Analysis with 3 comments
Mixed Division Pool Play Recap
Pool D is often dubbed the “pool of death” at Nationals. The snaked format sets up a 4 v.
Oct 18, 2013 by Glenn Poole in Recap with 0 comments
Ironside: 2013 Club Championships Preview
It’s obvious that Boston Ironside is one of the most successful club teams of the last decade.
Oct 17, 2013 by Michael Aguilar, Glenn Poole and Charlie Eisenhood in Analysis, Preview with 0 comments
Taking Stock Of The AUDL Eastern Conference Playoff Race
Six weeks into the season and just five for the AUDL Eastern Division, 18 games have been played and the division’s playoff picture is already…
May 20, 2013 by Glenn Poole in Analysis with 1 comments
Beating The Best: An Analysis Of Wisconsin v. Pittsburgh
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Apr 2, 2013 by Glenn Poole in Analysis with 2 comments
Stopping The Throw, Not The Thrower: On Aggressive Marks
When teams talk about pressuring their opponents on defense, most of them put a strong emphasis on aggressive marking.
Feb 27, 2013 by Glenn Poole in Analysis with 2 comments
Considering The German: The Four Handler Horizontal Stack Offense
“If you want to see innovations in offence look to the Germans … Feldrenner’s 4-1-2 offense was very hard to stop, and used the open…
Jan 25, 2013 by Glenn Poole in Analysis with 11 comments
The Checkdown: Using Predetermined Options To Become A Better Handler
We all marvel at elite handlers.
Jan 9, 2013 by Glenn Poole in Analysis with 15 comments