The Butler Ultimate Frisbee Club offers those that are interested in competing in the sport of ultimate an opportunity to do so at a variety of levels. For those that are interested in simply having some fun in a fairly relaxed environment, there are regularly scheduled pickup games on most afternoons during the week, as well as weekends. For those looking to compete at an intercollegiate level, the Butler Ultimate Frisbee Club offers an opportunity to play on the Disc Society traveling team, which holds regularly scheduled practices and competes in various tournaments throughout the Great Lakes Region on any given weekend. The Butler Ultimate Frisbee Club is open to all individuals regardless of skill level. For a more updated account please fallow our twitter account, @BUultimatedisc.

Ultimate Frisbee Club Constitution

DePauw and Wabash Scrimmage

On October 10th, 2015 we had our first scrimmage of the year against DePauw and Wabash. For this tournament, we took a lot of the new players with us to get them to be able to play a competitive game of Ultimate, and to see what we can improve on. Even though we lost both …

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Indiana Wesleyan Tournament

We had our first tournament last weekend in Marion! It was a good “warm up” tournament, meant to be a great one for the rookies who are new to club play. It was a lot of our team’s first tournaments, and with even though the scores didn’t reflect wins, there a great deal of improvement …

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Wabash Tournament

On Sunday, November 10th, we traveled to Wabash College to play in their tournament to raise money for a philanthropy project. We 9 excited members attend who were ready to come out strong fight hard. We played three close games, with the soft cap at 60 minutes and hard cap at 70 minutes. These are …

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A Player’s Perspective: Caroline

I came to Butler really hoping that I would be able to find some people to play ultimate frisbee with every now and then. I was thrilled when I saw a group playing ultimate on Schwitzer’s lawn on move-in day. I heard about the pick up games that they had all the time, so I …

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