Monday, June 29, 2009

Fall 2009 Ultimate Frisbee Tryouts!


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Tryouts for the Wisconsin Hodags will start on Wednesday, September 9th at 4:30pm. They will be held at the University Bay Fields, located near the UW-Hospital on the west side of campus (The fields are directly across from the Waisman Center). Refer to this online map if you need help locating the fields:

Important Information:
-Tryouts will be every Monday and Wednesday (Starting Wed., Sept. 9th) from 4:30pm to 7:00pm.
-Make sure to bring a white and dark jersey/shirt to tryouts
-Bring cleats if you have them (extremely important that you bring them if you have them)
-Tryouts will continue into October, at which point the team will be decided after our local tryout tournament on October 17th and 18th. Make sure you are available to attend if you are serious about playing for the Hodags. If you cannot, please let us know ASAP.
-Last year we had two different B-Teams, and will almost certainly have the same this year. Everyone will have an opportunity to compete, be it on the A-Team, or the B-Team(s).
-Invite your friends! The more people the better!

If you have any questions, you can contact Ben Feldman at


The Wisconsin Hodags


Anonymous said...

this sounds like a lot of fun! ill think ill come. should I bring my shinguards? you don't have that on the list.
-mart crumb

Anonymous said...

I don't know. It seems like a pretty rough sport, so probably bring them. I can't wait!

Man, I really hope I make the team this year.

-Mac "tGH" Jenson

Anonymous said...

hey matt crumb . . . only bring your shin guards if you want to captain a team to a national title and win the callahan! BOOOOYAAAAA

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Anonymous said...

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