Some of the Valparaiso men's Ultimate Frisbee players gather around each other before a game. Valparaiso is advancing to their first USA Ultimate National Championships. Photo submitted by Scott Stonis Every year, the Valparaiso men’s Ultimate Frisbee team (Vult) captains had one goal: make it to the USA Ultimate College National Championships. Through different captains, … Continue reading Valparaiso men’s Ultimate Frisbee team advance to first Nationals
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