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The Biggest, Baddest Throwers In College Ultimate
We break down Max Thorne as an initiator, Jesse Shofner in a cutting role, Bobby Ley's high usage rate, Han Chen's bombs, and Xavier Maxstadt’s high volume shooting.
Apr 11, 2016 by Cody Johnston in Analysis, Video with 13 comments
Is Pittsburgh Destined for Dynasty?
Can Pitt make a great program into a dynastic one?
Mar 18, 2016 by Tad Wissel in Preview, Profile with 8 comments
Hodags Power Through Field To Claim Stanford Invite Crown
Wisconsin Hodags took home on of their biggest wins in recent history after a 15-13 final in the Stanford Invite finals.
Mar 7, 2016 by Sean Childers in News, Recap with 0 comments
2015 Men’s All-America Teams
We are excited to announce the 2015 Ultiworld Men’s All-America teams, honoring the country’s best college players after an exciting season.
Jun 2, 2015 by Charlie Eisenhood in Analysis with 19 comments
With Max Thorne & Pat Earles, Third Pitt Title Could Be Nine Years In The Making
“Between 1,500 and 3,000 would be a pretty good guess.
May 19, 2015 by Tad Wissel in Profile with 4 comments
A Very Serious Evaluation Of The Best 2015 Callahan Videos
Callahan videos are what the Callahan Award is all about, right?
May 15, 2015 by Patrick Stegemoeller and Charlie Enders in Opinion with 46 comments
Loosely Ranking The 2015 Men’s College Player Of The Year Candidates
The top candidates for Player of the Year, (kind of) ranked
Apr 20, 2015 by Charlie Enders in Opinion with 13 comments
Pitt Defeats UNC Wilmington In Instant Classic Easterns Final
Pittsburgh defeated UNC Wilmington 17-16 on double game point to win Easterns in one of the season's best games.
Mar 30, 2015 by Charlie Eisenhood in News, Recap with 4 comments
2015 Men’s College Player Of The Year Watchlist: Post-Stanford Edition
Here is the latest on the 2015 Player of the Year race.
Mar 11, 2015 by Charlie Eisenhood in Analysis with 13 comments
After Stunning Exit In 2014, Pitt Hungry For A Return To Top
Pitt has a deep and talented roster, little turnover, and -- most importantly -- new motivation.
Feb 2, 2015 by Tad Wissel in Preview with 2 comments