February 27, 2018
by NCSU PR
Game #2 of the 2018 Atlantic Coast Showcase is this Thursday Night, March 1st, between NC State vs. UNC-Wilmington.
The women’s game is at 6:00pm, the men’s game at 7:45pm. The men’s teams (the Seamen) have been ultimate rivals since the early 90’s, with both teams winning National Titles during the decade. The women’s teams (Seaweed and Jäga) rivals almost as long, and the UNC-W women won a National Title in the 90’s as well.
Both the State men and UNC-W men currently ranked in the top 20 in the US.
Kids and college students are free, but adult tickets (2/$10) can be purchased below:
NC State vs. UNC-W Tickets
February 18, 2018
by NCSU PR
The first game of the Atlantic Coast Showcase is this Thursday night, February 22nd, at the Method Road Soccer Complex at NC State.
The Showcase is a series of doubleheaders, and the first game features the NC State men’s and women’s club ultimate teams playing Duke.
Gates open at 5:30pm with the men playing at 6:00 and the women playing 7:45pm. The women’s game should be especially close and the weather forecast looks great.
Update: beautiful weather helped bring out the largest crowd to ever an ultimate game on State campus. Both the men’s and women’s teams won their matches, with the men winning 15-8, and the women 15-9. The men’s game featured an all-around performance from junior, Davey Jones, who was involved with over half of the points scored.
Both of the opening ACS games can be watched here: NC State Facebook Live
February 14, 2018
by NCSU PR
The NC State men’s club ultimate team travels to North Myrtle Beach for the 2018 Easterns Qualifier. The team won last year’s Qualifier and State enters the tournament as the #1 seed out of 24 teams.
The tournament is over the weekend of February 17-18, and it’s a sanctioned USA Ultimate tournament. A complete schedule appears below:
No JinxCam this tournament as we prepare for the Atlantic Coast Showcase the following Thursday, February 22nd. But the team should be tweeting.
The NC State team enters the tournament with a 7-4 record and was ranked #22 in the latest UltiWorld Power Rankings.
Update: The NC State men’s club team won the 2018 Easterns’ Qualifier for the second year in a row, defeating the University of Maryland in the finals 15-8! State started the tournament losing to their hoodoo team, Georgia Tech, but finished Saturday 4-1. They had a down to the wire scare Sunday morning in the quarter-finals beating the University of South Carolina on Universe Point 13-12.
January 23, 2018
by NCSU PR
The next tournament for the NC State Men’s Ultimate Club is the Queen City Tuneup. The Tuneup is traditionally one of the strongest college tournaments of the year and is played in Charlotte, NC at the Ramblewood Soccer Complex.
The schedule is here:
2018 QCTU Schedule
No JinxCaming this year at the QCTU — it’ll be covering Jäga, the NC State Women’s Club team. However, Ultiworld will be covering select games and there’s a good chance State will get picked up as a Showcase game.
Update: the first day of the QCTU saw NC State men finish the day 4-1, moving them onto the quarter-finals. Sunday saw constant cold rain, with the tournament being canceled midway through the first round game.
January 1, 2018
by NCSU PR
The next tournament for the NC State men’s club team is the local Carolina Kickoff over in Chapel Hill on January 20-21st. The games are played at Hooker Field.
The Kickoff is an early season tournament featuring a small number of teams, but along with UNC and NC State, it typically features UNC-W, UVA, and several strong Florida teams (UCF, Florida, FSU).
NC State enters the tournament as the #3 seed (behind UNC #1 and UNC-W #2) and the team is in a pool that includes:
The complete schedule can be found here.
The JinxCam will be filming a series of games from the tournament using Facebook Live. For a complete schedule of games, go to the Facebook page for NC State Club Ultimate.
Update: heavy snow earlier in the week forced the UNC guys to scramble and re-work the schedule into a 9-team round robin. Each team played 5-6 games, many of which were of very high quality. NC State finished the tournament 3-3, including a 1-point heartbreak loss to #1 seed, UNC.