Roster

# Name Year   # Name Year   Coaches
1 Sanjay Srivatsan Sophomore   18 Cullen Coyne Junior   Alexander Ghesquiere
2 Jeffery Roeder Sophomore   19 Dylan Kluck Senior   Choongil Fleischman
3 Brian Pine Freshman   20 Benjamin Mahrer Freshman   * Denotes captain
4 Andrew Hagen* Junior   21 Ryean Muller Sophomore    
6 Jeffery Liu Sophomore   22 Nick Rafter Freshman    
7 Greg Moy Sophomore   23 Dalga Surofchy Sophomore    
8 James Pollard Sophomore   24 Carson Schultz Freshman    
9 Joshua Rickert Junior   25 Gary Dixon* Junior    
10 William DeLoache Grad   33 Nick Okita Freshman    
11 Zach Travis Grad   43 Andrew Riggs Senior    
12 Brandon Kwock Senior   60 Erec Hillis Senior    
13 Andrew Olson Grad   70 Brendan Bulik-Sullivan Sophomore    
14 Kris Thomson* Grad   71 Joseph McLaughlin Junior    

 

Record

Santa Barbara Invite: 2nd Place
UGMO 13 Colorado State 1
UGMO 13 Washington 6
UGMO 13 UCSD 5
UGMO 10 UC Davis 6
UGMO 11 UC Santa Cruz 8
UGMO 10 Colorado 11 (Finals)

Pres Day Invite: 2nd Place
UGMO 13 Chico State 5
UGMO 14 San Diego State 12
UGMO 13 Claremont 6
UGMO 13 UCSB 11
UGMO 13 Cal Poly 7
UGMO 13 Claremont 6
UGMO 13 UCSD 15 (Finals)

San Diego Pres Day

Ugmo has experienced early season success in 2010 despite losing 15 members from the 2009 Nationals squad, going 11-2 and reaching the finals of the Santa Barbara Invite and President's Day tournaments. UGMO has racked up wins against UCSD, UCD, UCSC, UCSB and Claremont to achieve top 10 rankings in the official UPA rankings and Coaches and Captains Polls as of February 18.

 

Stanford Open: 2nd Place
UGMO 9 Claremont 4
UGMO 10 Carleton GOP 7
UGMO 11 UC Santa Cruz 6
UGMO 13 Whitman 3
UGMO 13 Claremont 3
UGMO 11 UCLA 10
UGMO 12 UCSD 15 (Finals)

Stanford Invite: 6th Place
UGMO 13 Pittsburg 9
UGMO 13 Texas 5
UGMO 8 Carleton 13
UGMO 12 UCSB 14
UGMO 13 Wisconsin 7
UGMO 13 Florida 7
UGMO 12 Wisconsin 13

Stanford Open and Invite

Preseasons are for chumps. Ugmo's playing for a spot in Madison. And if you didn't already know, now would be the best time to ask somebody.

 

Centex: 7th Place
UGMO win Western Washington forfeit
UGMO 6 Washington University 4
UGMO 12 Iowa State 8
UGMO 11 UCSD 8
UGMO 9 Minnesota 13
UGMO 4 Harvard 9
UGMO 13 UCLA 9

Sectionals: 2nd Place
UGMO 13 UC Davis B 0
UGMO 13 LPC 8
UGMO 13 Sonoma State 6
UGMO 13 Stanford 6
UGMO 11 UC Santa Cruz 13 (Finals)
UGMO 13 UC Davis 11

Regionals: 2nd Place
UGMO 15 Oregon State 11
UGMO 15 Chico State 6
UGMO 15 Stanford 10
UGMO 15 UC Santa Cruz 11
UGMO 5 Oregon 15 (Finals)
UGMO 15 UBC 8

Regionals Update

After yet another second place finish to UCSC at Bay Area Sectionals, UGMO was hungry to make it back to the big show. Third seeded Cal came out fired up Saturday, rolling through Oregon State, Chico State, and Stanfurd in pool play. In the semis Cal got revenge on Cruz with a gritty 15-11 victory, highlighted by a furious 4-0 run to finish the game, punctuated with mind-blowingly ridiculous plays by Will DeLoache, Andrew Hagen, and Brandon Kwock. In the finals, Ugmo finally met an opponent too strong, falling to the Oregon juggernaut. But with a season on the brink, UGMO brought the fire against a solid UBC team in the backdoor game to go, pounding out a dominating 15-8 victory and punching a second straight ticket to nationals. More complete recaps will follow. Madison 2010. If you don't know by now, there are only three more weeks to ask somebody.

 

Nationals: 5th Place
UGMO 15 Kansas 13
UGMO 15 UCSB 5
UGMO 11 Florida 15
UGMO 15 Minnesota 12
UGMO 17 Oregon 15
UGMO 10 Pittsburg 15

Nationals Update

Ugmo finished tied for 5th at the 2010 UPA College Championships in Madison, Wisconsin May 28-June 1! Cal defeated Kansas, UCSB, and Minnesota to finish second in pool play. In prequarters, UGMO shocked number 1 ranked regional rival Oregon in a 17-15 epic. Cal finally fell to Pitt in the quarters but not before establishing itself as a force on the college ultimate scene. Also congratulations to the Cal's women's ultimate team, the Pie Queens, for qualifying for Nationals and also reaching the quarterfinals!

Highlights filmed and edited by Nick Rafter. Huge Shoutout to Rafter for shooting such sick highlights all year.