Dartmouth Men's Ultimate
The Dartmouth Pain Train is going to the USA Ultimate D-1 National Championships!
May 24-27! Stay tuned in to the Twitter feed to see how we do!
See Results, seeding, and other tournament information here:
Welcome! to the homepage of Dartmouth Men's Ultimate Frisbee team. If you're interested in playing ultimate at Dartmouth please check out our Prospective Players page, or contact the captains! We are excited to meet you. No prior experience required!
Ultimate is a faced-paced, high-energy sport that combines the fluidity of soccer, athleticism of basketball, agility of football and aerodynamics of rotational motion into an incredibly fun, competitive experience. Here at Dartmouth Ultimate we welcome players of all skill levels, some who play at an extremely competitive level and work hard to bring their team to Nationals, and others who play for a good time, good company, and a fun workout.
Who are we? The Dartmough Ultimate community is composed of the men's A team: The Pain Train, the men's B team: Discomfort Trolley (Disco Troll for short), the women's A team: Princess Layout, and the women's B team: Princess B-ride. Check out the women's web page to see what they are all about: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~playout/home.htm
Dartmouth Ultimate is all about community. All four teams eat and hang out together frequently. The Dartmouth Ultimate family is a great place to meet new people and make lasting friendships and play an awesome sport.
Parents, alumni, friends: we encourage you to keep up to speed with Dartmouth Ultimate by viewing the Gallery page for recent photos and videos, the roster page to see current players, the calendar page to see our upcoming tournaments, and the newsletter page to read about what we have been up to and all the hard work we're putting in. You can also read our blog!
We travel a lot! And we pay for most of it ourselves. If you're able to make a donation to the club we would be eternally grateful and the money would help us with our travel expenses as we look to find the best competition in the country, especially in the winter when it is way too cold to have a tournament in New England. Donations Page