CT High School Ultimate League (CTUL)

CTUL News List

  1. CUC Presents at Connecticut Physical Education Conference

    CUC volunteers presented this week at the annual CTAHPERD conference, introducing the sport of Ultimate to new physical education teachers.  The presentation included the basics of Ultimate and several demonstrations of useful drills that may be used in classes.  This successful outreach was supported by presentation materials provided by USA Ultimate, and four highly motivated CUC volunteers Owen Butler, Zach Putney, James Sweney, and Chuck Dortenzio.

    Submitted by muffin on Sunday, November 19, 2017 - 10:18

  2. Greens Farms Academy Takes Division II Championship

    After a rain delay of one week, Division II teams gathered at Amity Regional High School for the Division II State Championships.  The fourth-seeded team from Greens Farms Academy defeated strong competition from first-seed Newtown High School and third-seed Oxford High School to win their first championship.  Teams from North Haven, Avon, and Chase also had strong showings.  Many thanks to Amity for hosting this event on short notice!

    Submitted by muffin on Sunday, November 19, 2017 - 10:13

  3. Middletown High School Wins 2017 CT High School Championships

    Middletown High School returned to the top of the CT High School Ultimate world by defeating a strong Hotchkiss squad 10-9 in a very competitive finals match.  The 2017 CT HS Division I State Tournament featured a high level of competition from all 8 teams, including notable new Division I teams from Wooster School and Watkinson School.  The CT High School Division II Tournament will be held next weekend on May 21st at Amity Regional High School.

    Submitted by muffin on Saturday, May 13, 2017 - 18:54

The Connecticut High School Ultimate League (CTUL) was formed in 2006 and is run by a committee of CUC directors and volunteers.  We channel our fundraising and network of volunteers to help High School Ultimate propser!  Member teams register as part of the league each year, and we run a scheduling meeting of all participating teams in January.  We also offer admiistrative support with several Spring tournaments for CTUL teams, and offer assistance to help new teams form.  Our goal is the growth and success of High School Ultimate across Connecticut. 

CTUL facilitates head-to-head matchups of participating high school teams, and helps to organize several high school tournaments during the Spring.  If you are interested in assisting at any tournament, please contact us!

 

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CTUL offers start-up grants and assistance for new teams!  Click here for more information on how to set up a team.