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April 17, 2018

Next Up: Atlantic Coast Regionals

Then NC State ultimate clubs travel to Axton, VA to play in the Atlantic Coast Regional tournament and a chance to qualify for the USA Ultimate College Championships in Milwaukee, WI. The regional tournament is April 28th and 29th.

For the guys, they’ll be playing in a 16 team tournament with 4-bids available to the National tournament. State will likely enter the tournament as the 4th seed and realistically they’ll be competing against UNC, UNC-W, William and Mary, Virginia Tech, UNC-Charlotte, Georgetown and Maryland for those 4 bids.

The schedule can be found here.

The women also enter a 16-team tournament, but they’ll be the #2 seed as they fight for one of 2-bids to the National Championship. Sunday, the JinxCam will be covering the semi-finals, finals and “backdoor” games of the women’s division.

April 4, 2018

NC Conference Championships

The NC Conference Championships will be the weekend of April 14-15th outside of Winston-Salem.

Considered one of the toughest conference tournaments in the country, this year’s tournament features #1 ranked UNC, #15 NC State, #17 UNC-W, along with a strong South Carolina team, Duke, UNC-Charlotte, and more.

The schedule can be found here.

Update: The men finished the tournament with a 5-3 record. They were upset in the first round by UNC-Charlotte, but quickly recovered and finished the day 4-1. They beat UNC-Charlotte the next day, but lost to UNC and UNC-W to finish the tournament 3rd. Their next tournament is the Atlantic Coast Regional tournament where they are likely to be the 4th seed out of 12 teams.

The women finished the tournament 5-1, and should enter Regionals as the 2nd seed behind UNC.


March 23, 2018

2018 College Easterns

The men’s and women’s NC State college ultimate club teams travel to Myrtle Beach on the final weekend of March for College Easterns.

Easterns, hosted by UNC-W, is one of the season’s strongest tournaments and includes top teams from around the US. Including #1 UNC, #2 Carleton, #3 Minnesota — in all, 6 of the country’s top 10 teams will be attending.

NC State, currently ranked #16, will join 23 other teams at the tournament.

The men’s schedule below:

2018 College Eastern’s

Update: the NC State men’s ultimate club team won its pool at Easterns going 3-1 on Saturday, including an upset over the University of Massachusetts. State lost in the quarter-finals to Auburn but finished the tournament with a good enough record to finish #15 in the country and helped secure one of 4-bids to the 2018 College Championships for the Atlantic Coast Region.

The women won the tournament with a perfect 7-0 record, giving the Atlantic Coast a second bid on the women’s side!



March 19, 2018

ACS Game #4: NC State vs. UNC

The NC State men’s and women’s club ultimate teams play Triangle rivals UNC in the final game of the 2018 Atlantic Coast Showcase.

UNC men are ranked #1 in the country, UNC women #5. So this is an all Top-20 Clash, the best college ultimate games being played Tuesday night anywhere on the planet.

The games are at Method Road. Women’s game at 6:00pm, men’s game at 7:45pm. Students get in free, and if you order your tickets online, you’ll get a free slice of Ruckus pizza too!

Come on out and support the NC State men’s and women’s club ultimate teams as we take on UNC Darkside and Pleiades!

Assuming we overcome various technical issues, the game will be live streamed on the NC State Club Ultimate Facebook page.


NC State lost this year’s final Showcase games against UNC, with the women going down 12-8 and the men 13-9. Both games were commentated by ultimate vets Robbye Brooks and Taylor Pope. Watch the games here.

March 18, 2018

ACS: NC State vs. UVA Ultimate Clubs

NC State and the University Virginia played a doubleheader on March 16th at the Method Road Soccer Complex at NC State.

The men started off first at 6:00pm with #16 NC State taking on the UVA Night Train. State led throughout the game, with UVA staying within striking distance until the very end, with State winning 14-12 as time expired. Technical problems interfered with the broadcast, but the game can be watched here Youtube.

The NC State women’s club team, Jaga, played traditional Atlantic Coast regional powerhouse, UVA Hydra, in the nightcap starting at 7:45pm. Hydra, which has qualified for Nationals the last 7 years in a row, ran up against a rapidly improving State team ultimate team and found themselves on the losing end of a 15-8. That game, with its own set of technical difficulties, can be found here.

The Universe Point Play-Of-The-Night was won by NC State’s own #58 Rowan Jayne, a sophomore majoring in Chemistry.