Newfoundland and Labrador is home to some amazing Ultimate athletes and club teams. Ultimate NL is proud to support those who travel to compete at the highest level.
Established in 2017, Regiment is an Open Club Ultimate Team representing the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Regiment was formed with the goal of creating a program to support and mentor ultimate players seeking to compete at the highest level.
In the team’s inaugural season, Regiment captured the Sean Green Memorial Trophy in Ottawa, and went on to finish as the highest placing team in a single gender division at nationals in the provinces history.
If you are interested in being part of this program, please contact our team through our facebook page Regiment Ultimate.
Instagram @Regiment Ultimate
Tempest was established in 2010 with the purpose to develop a competitive club team for women that represents Newfoundland at various tournaments across Canada every year. Tempest is currently coached by Keith Krieger and has a club size of 20+ ladies.
Tempest’s most recent success was a 4th place finish at the Jazz Festival Ultimate Tournament in Montreal in June. The 2016 plans include the No Borders Tournament in Ottawa, July 23-24th, and the Canadian Ultimate Championships in Edmonton, August 11th – 13th.
Tempest is very active on social media and can be followed on both our Instagram and Facebook accounts:
Wreckhouse was the first Ultimate team from the province to compete at the Canadian Ultimate Championships (CUC) back in 2009. The mixed team from St. john’s competed at CUC until 2016, finishing as high as 9th.
Memorial Ultimate Travelling Team – MUTT
The Memorial University Men’s Ultimate Touring Team, also know as MUTT, was established in 2013. Started by Jeff Pardy and Greer Hunt, MUTT was created with several goals in mind. First, the team was to serve as a vehicle to help promote the sport of ultimate at Memorial University. It was also created as a transitional program for players graduating from the UNL junior club and high school ranks. Founded on the premise of welcoming both new and more polished players, it was also to function as a way to introduce players of varying skill levels to competitive ultimate outside the province. Finally, the team was to be a vehicle to allow players to represent both Newfoundland and Memorial University on the national level.
MUTT continues to meet each of these goals. More than 45 players attend tryouts this past September. These players were a mix of those entirely new to the sport, those graduating from the UNL high school and junior ranks, and more seasoned players. Tryouts were held on the main soccer field outside the Works on Memorial University’s St. John’s campus. Curious students were also invited to take part, thus promoting and showcasing the sport on campus.