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Ultimate?
Some call it Ultimate Frisbee, others may call it Frisbee Football or Ultimate Disc ‐‐ but the official name of the sport is just "Ultimate."  The game is played on a field roughly the size of a football field. There are seven players on each team. A team scores by advancing the Disc (Frisbee) to the opponent's end‐zone. A player cannot run with the disc ‐‐ thus the only method of advancing the disc is by throwing the disc to a team‐mate. A turnover results from an incomplete pass, a catch out‐of‐bounds, or from the other team intercepting the disc. After a turnover the other team immediately picks up the disc and tries to advance the disc to their opponents end‐zone. Generally the teams play to a predetermined score (ie, 15 points). A score is worth one point.

Bingham Ultimate FAQ's

 

Stat Tracker

While quite often stats may not tell the full story -- sometimes it is fun to track our team leaders.  The numbers below track the top three team players in four categories . . .

  1. '+ / -' tracks how well the team scores while the player is on the field.  A positive number reflects how many more points our team scores than our opponent scores while that player is on the field.
  2. 'D' tracks the number of "D's" the player gets while playing defense.  A 'D' would be a forced turnover (ie, knock down the disc, effective mark, etc.)
  3. 'Goal' will track the number of scores the player caught in the end zone. 
  4. 'Assist' tracks the number of throws for a score.  Almost every point is scored with one player throwing and another player catching in the end-zone.  The assist is the player throwing the score. 

Last Game . . . (Double-Header - Lone Peak and Skyline 14-Apr)

Skyline (11) vs Bingham (10)

 

Lone Peak (9) vs Bingham (8)

Cumulative Stats . . .

 

Previous Games . . .

Bingham Ultimate FAQ's

What is Ultimate?
Some call it Ultimate Frisbee, others may call it Frisbee Football or Ultimate Disc ‐‐ but the official name of the sport is just "Ultimate."  The game is played on a field roughly the size of a football field. There are seven players on each team. A team scores by advancing the Disc (Frisbee) to the opponent's end‐zone. A player cannot run with the disc ‐‐ thus the only method of advancing the disc is by throwing the disc to a team‐mate. A turnover results from an incomplete pass, a catch out‐of‐bounds, or from the other team intercepting the disc. After a turnover the other team immediately picks up the disc and tries to advance the disc to their opponents end‐zone. Generally the teams play to a predetermined score (ie, 15 points). A score is worth one point.

A little more about Ultimate . . .

** Much of this information is pulled from Wikipedia under the topic 'Ultimate (sport)'

Ultimate - also known as 'Ultimate Frisbee' -- is a low-contact team sport played with a flying disc (Frisbee).  A regulation outdoor game is played 7v7 with substitutions allowed between points (and for injuries).  Games are typically played to a points limit of 13, 15, or 17 and/or to a time limit of 75, 90, or 100 minutes (depending on the tournament or match).  Ultimate was developed in 1968 by a group of students at Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey.

Ultimate is played on a field similar in size to a football or soccer field.  The overall field length is 110 yards with 20 yard end zones and a 70 yard field.  The field is 40 yards wide.

Evolution

Scientists believe 400 million years ago humans originated as an ape.  It took over 100 million years to develop into a bi-ped.  After another 100 million years they had developed the skills to hunt.  Eventually they were developed enough to play other competitive sports.  It has only been in the last 30 years that humans have advanced to the point where they could compete in 'Ultimate'.

Prove your evolution -- PLAY ULTIMATE !

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