Falmouth Rogue is very very lucky to have the wise Dr. Anthony Fowlci join the program this year as an advisor. Our new 2021 disc design has Dr. Fowlci catching Rogue up on all the facts and information they need to forge ahead with a safe and fun season. We’re all very lucky to have Dr. Fowlci.
It’s a nice day out for a run, at least until later this afternoon. If you can get out before the rain comes down, make sure to jog for 20 minutes, using Playlist 8 if you have access to music. Then home for 100 backhands, 100 forehands, 50 scoobers, and 50 backhands. Then it’s inside for video time!
In this classic college match-up, Jonathan Nethercutt’s UNC Darkside squad faces off against Dylan Freechild and Oregon Ego for the 201 Men’s College Championships. You should know both of those names. Spend at least 30 minutes watching this one!
This game was played right at the start of the year before we all headed inside and is a fantastic match up between some of the best players in the sport. Give this one a full watch today after your 3pm run.
Today we are running to Playlist 7, then home for 100 backhands, 100 forehands, 50 scoobers, and 50 forehands. Then watch this game! 😀
Our uniforms should be done and headed our way in the next week or so. That will be a fun day!
It’s a great day to get outside for a social distance run today Falmouth Rogue!
We’re running with Playlist #6 today, then back home for 100 forehands, 100 backhands, 50 scoobers, and 50 forehands.
After that, we’re going to watch Callahan nomination videos. The Callahan Award is given to the best male and female collegiate ultimate players and is marked by nomination video season- when supporters of top players post videos of highlights of those players. We benefit from a lot of great ultimate content. Check out the gems below.
I think we can skip running for today, given how chilly and rainy it is outside. If you can get out to throw- get in your 100 backhands, 100 forehands, 50 hammers, and 50 scoobers. Then kick back and soak up these highlight videos.
It’s a bit chilly out today, but at least it’s not raining! 😀
We’re running to Playlist #6 today, then it’s home for 100 backhands, 100 forehands, 50 scoobers, and 50 hammers. Then a minute of spinning the disc on each hand, followed by at least 30 minutes of video.
Today we have Portland (the other one) Rhino Slam! playing New York PoNY for the 2019 Men’s Quarterfinals National Championships.
This video is older, so the resolution is a bit dimmer than more-modern clips, but it’s still worth the watch. During the 2008 Women’s Club Finals, San Francisco Fury was playing Seattle Riot and was losing 10-1, before going on a 14 point scoring run that had them winning the game 15-12.
I have been on both sides of big come-back games, but never anything like this.
THIS is why you NEVER give up if you are losing.
And THIS is why you NEVER let up if you are winning. The game is not over until the last point is scored.