The Men's Ultimate Frisbee program is a club sport that strives to have fun, be competitive, and be an inclusive community. The program, consisting of two teams (DIRT and MUD) competes in the one of the largest and most competitive regions in all of College Ultimate. Our schedules bring us to California, Oregon and all over Washington State. We pride ourselves in bringing a high level of competition and spirit to all of our games.
As Western Washington Men's Ultimate gets ready for our upcoming season, we would like to ask you to invest in and support our team. Your donations will help our student athletes with travel expenses, jerseys, and equipment. In some cases we have athletes who need financial support to make it to tournaments, and your donation will directly improve their accessibility. Our fundraising goal for the year is $2500, and we know with your help, we can achieve this. Your donation will help us be the best program we can be this season, and for seasons to come. Thank you for your support!
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"DiRT means "Do It Right Together" and we take pride in how every one of our players embodies that spirit fully. As a program we value teamwork, athletic excellence, responsibility, and community that is open, inviting, and supportive. This year we have chosen to incorporate the acronym T.D.T which stands for "Trust, Drive, Together". These three words define our team goals as we work to find our maximum potential. We push to win tournaments, but we strive to do it as a cohesive unit that works hard and trusts the strategies we have put into place."
"As a team, we strive to combine the competitive attitude of Dirt with a culture of fun and accessibility. As the no-cut team on campus, we welcome newcomers and experienced players alike. Our main goal is to make sure everyone has a good time and, regardless of experience, enjoys the sport of Ultimate. As we continue to grow, we maintain our values of inclusivity, community and fun. We are and will continue to be a no-cut team that is run by the players themselves."