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PRACTICE

Monday, August 26, 2019

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Tryouts

TBD

Boys Ultimate

ABOUT BOYS ULTIMATE

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Wilson’s Boys Ultimate team was restarted about 8 years ago after existing in the 1980s, and a year or two after the restart Dave Ohls took over as head coach. He brought in Aaron Besser, Katie Mallory, and Paul Corbett to help with the program and add a full girls team. At the end of last season, the boys were ranked #6 in the USA after a 4th place finish at the High School National Invite and a 1st place championship at the DC/VA State Championships. The Boys Ultimate team has sent one player to the professional American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL), and over a dozen student-athletes to play at the collegiate level. The majority of our student-athletes are on honor roll, and recent grads have attended high-level universities such as Stanford and Brown.

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Monday, August 26, 2019

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TBD

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Dave Ohls

Co-Head Coach

Dave Ohls has coached Wilson Ultimate since 2014, bringing two decades of experience playing, coaching, and organizing ultimate at the youth and adult level. He learned the sport as a member of Carleton College's Good's of Plastic, and has since played with teams and led teams in New Jersey, Chicago, Madison, and Washington DC. As a coach, he emphasizes building basic skills and a love for the game in everyone, training elite players to excel, and developing responsible, kind, and hard-working young women and men. Between frisbee commitments, Dave is a professor at American University's School of International Service, teaching courses in international relations, global security, and statistics.

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Aaron Besser

Co-Head Coach

Aaron Besser attended American University in Washington DC, graduating in 2016 with a B.A. in History and a B.A. in Secondary Education. He started playing ultimate in his freshman year of high school thanks to his older brother, and Aaron fell in love with the game instantly. He played throughout high school and college competitively and continues to play recreationally in DC. In the fall of 2016 Aaron started working at Woodrow Wilson High School in the Social Studies Department and also began coaching the same year.

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