Presentation on theme: "Welcome to the Family!. Started 5 years ago with 48 players. Now we have over 160. Largest high school club in the nation. Coed 2011 and 2012 State Champions."— Presentation transcript:
Started 5 years ago with 48 players. Now we have over 160. Largest high school club in the nation. Coed 2011 and 2012 State Champions 2012 Finished 4 th in Nation! Beat number #1 team Amherst. Have alumni playing all over the United States.
Two of our alumni are playing professional Ultimate this spring for the AUDL (American Ultimate Disc League). Their team is the Minnesota Wind Chill. Nick Simonelli Joe Simonelli
Director of Club - Java A Team: Arnoush Javaherian (Java) – Head Coach Cullen Geppert – Assistant Coach Jonathon Helton (Goose) – Head Coach B Team: Jonathon Ogrodnik – Coach Rob Gross - Coach Other Teams (Will Create Names): Chris Santiago Brent Nagy Kevin Jamieson Tony Lowe Pat Wood Evan Power Ben Carver Drew Eriotes
Becca Ludford Jody Kissane Josh Watters Krista Whitlock
First year we are running this program! Coaches: Nick Lindeke Jordan Dong Jake Pawlak David Carter
We are our own club (like Lacrosse, Hockey, and Rugby). We are a non-profit organization with a board of directors. We are year round. Fall League Winter League Spring Season Summer Camp Youth league (4 th -8 th grade) now all year round!
High School: Starts Monday, March 11 th March Mondays – Fridays Off for spring break April – May Tuesdays - Thursdays 3:00pm - 5:00pm Youth: Starts Tuesday, March 12th Tuesdays – Thursdays all season 4:00pm-5:30pm Frontier Fields behind Neuqua Valley High School Cleats, disc, water Be prepared to learn Ultimate, work out, and have fun!
All players will be split up into teams. Boys: A, B 5 other teams with team names Girls: A, B Based on skill level, commitment, and desire to get better Tryouts for all teams will be in the first two weeks.
Chicago High School Ultimate League ALL HS players and teams will play in this. Games every week on Tuesdays or Thursdays. 2 games a week, 4:45, 6:00. 2 sections: Competitive Recreational
Chicago Invite: March 16-17, Oswego, IL All Teams Paideia Cup: April 13-14, Atlanta, GA A Team Madison Mudbath: April 27-28, Madison, WI A, B, and Girls Team Hopkins Hustle: May 11-12 Minneapolis, MN Potential A Team 2014 Central Championship: May 18-19, Cincinnati, OH A and Girls Illinois State Championship: June 1-2, Naperville, IL All Teams
Chicago Invite: March 16-17, Oswego, IL All Teams Youth Tournament (TBD) All Teams Illinois State Championship: June 1-2, Naperville, IL All Teams
April 5-7 Mukwonago, WI Coach bus Beautiful retreat on 330 acres of forest land Team building Bowling Night Ultimate Elegant Farmer High ropes course Zip Lining! Extra cost 8 th grade and higher
Ultimate Dinner: Friday night, March 15 th Teams introduced Free food for all players and immediate families! Parents learn about the game. End of the Year Banquet: Wednesday night, June 5 th, 6:00pm All players and families invited. Special night to end off the year.
Friday night, May 31 st (night before Illinois State Championship) 5:30 – 9:30pm Nike Sports Park in north Naperville Youth game first Girls game second Boys game third – seniors vs. Seniors introduced during halftime of A Team game with parents. All NV Ultimate should attend.
Online $200 What does this get you: Practices with great coaches Disc 2 Jerseys (sublimation and regular white screen) and shorts CHSUL Games 2 a week (HS only) Youth Tournament (youth only) Chicago Invite Illinois State Championship Ultimate Dinner USA Ultimate Registration: We are an affiliate of USA Ultimate. All players must be a USA Ultimate member. Instructions on website under USA ULTIMATE REGISTER. Registration is good for a full year and good for all programs we do. Extra Costs: Retreat Paideia Cup Madison Mudbath Hopkins Hustle Centrals Championship
FIVE Ultimate Top jersey company for Ultimate jerseys Dr. Pepper! Connor Power Kirhofers Jets Pizza Meatheads Spikeball Windy City Wildfire Chicago Ultimate Training
Level of Donation BlueGoldUltimateChampion Minimum Donation $100$250$500$1,000 or more What this includes for your business Name on flyer1) Name on flyer 2) Name on Website (www.nvultimate.com)www.nvultimate.com 1) Name on flyer 2) Name on Website (www.nvultimate.com)www.nvultimate.com 3) Team disc for your business to display 4) Name on end of year t- shirt 1) Name on flyer 2) Name on Website (www.nvultimate.com)www.nvultimate.com 3) Team disc for your business to display 4) Name on end of year t-shirt 5)Name on team jersey
Fundraising and sponsorships support our NV Ultimate programming in two ways. One is by providing the resources needed to reach the clubs potential. The other is by providing insight about who we are and why Ultimate is such a great sport. All players of the team will benefit from the monies raised. Initially, every player receives a NV Ultimate disc, two jerseys and shorts. Practices, social events, tournaments, and coaching fees are just some of the additional costs required and we need help with all of this.
We have new jerseys this year! Sublimated Jersey, White Screen Jersey, Black Shorts Parents/Alumni/Supporters can order by Monday, March 11 th online (www.nvultimate.com) - $70www.nvultimate.com Online merchandise store is open until March 18 th !
Any parents looking to get involved can join our Parent Boosters. Margie Beck in charge. Go online or talk to Margie. Help with all sorts of events.
Yard Signs Kirhofers Orders Community Outreach Events Sponsorships (e.g. Jets, Meatheads, etc) Spring Season Dinners (March Kickoff & June End of Year) Chicago Invite CHSUL League Senior Night Under Lights Photography Tent Keeper
Website www.nvultimate.com Has everything you need to know about the season. Look there for calendar, teams, pictures, webstore, etc. Facebook: Facebook Page: NV Ultimate Frisbee Club Group Page for Players: Nightmare Ultimate Twitter: @nvultimate Email: Get on our email list. Email Margie Beck at firstname.lastname@example.org@yahoo.com Text Message Alerts (very important!): Text FRISBEE to 36000 Coach Java will use this a lot for practices, communication, etc.
Well....As I sit here in my dorm room at Taylor University in Indiana at 12 am, I am realizing that I never wrote one of these things....so, here goes. **warning its about to get serious...I really don't mean to have any sort of pity party, I just want to inform any parents who are asking themselves "Is this club worth all my money" to understand just what they are paying for. I also want Java and the team know how much they did and still do mean to me and what they did for my life** I entered this special club as a 220 lb freshman kid. My older brother played his senior year in the clubs first season. I was seeing the logo he made everywhere so I thought "what the heck, might as well follow in his footsteps." So...I joined the club. So, here's the serious part. Freshman year my parents got divorced and a year after that my father was diagnosed with stage II non-Hodgkin lymphoma (form of blood cancer). These were pretty heavy hitters for the first two years of high school. My grades dropped significantly and I hated being at home for awhile. The only reason why I say any of this is again, not to make a dramatic story but to say what this club did for me. Java means what he says when the club is a family. When my biological family was going through its troubles, the ultimate family and my church family brought to me what I had temporarily lost. I tight brotherhood, a camaraderie of loving individuals who strive for progressive improvement. Sure we had some terrible moments, like Senior year centrals when we really pissed Java off something awful, or Chicago Invite 2010---Ive never been so cold in my life. But families go through these troubles and make some beautiful moments--joining A team-- beating Amherst--ice baths--watching Java cry at the end of the year banquet. I could write a whole lot more about what did ultimate did for me, but I wont---because its now 12:30 and I have an 8 am. I now sit as a Taylor University 170 lb (lost a bit of weight since the 2009 season--mostly due to frisbee) freshman, captain/co-founder of the Taylor Ultimate frisbee club. We started out the year with 13 guys who didnt know how to throw a disc and now we look something like 30 guys on and off who will give Purdue, Indiana State University, Anderson and other teams alike a big challenge this weekend at our first tournament.