UCSD Ultimate Frisbee to Host 25th Annual Tournament

        To be played on the RIMAC, Warren and Muir fields, the tournament features teams from all over the country, including Colorado State and UC Berkeley — two teams ranked in the top ten nationally.
       
    This weekend marks the 25th time UCSD has hosted their annual tournament.

        The UCSD men’s frisbee team — the “Squids” — have struggled so far in the young season, losing to top-ranked Cal and UC Santa Barbara, as well as dropping a close game to UC Davis. But captain Christopher Schmidt said the Squids will be looking to post strong performances at home this weekend.

    “We’re a young team,” Schmidt said. “Last year we lost a bunch of older guys, and we’re just starting to work things out with the younger guys now. We’re kind of under performing so far, but we’re looking to have a good showing this weekend.”

    The UCSD women’s frisbee team has seen a good start to their season. The “Psychos” finished seventh out of 16 teams in the Santa Barbara tournament last month.

    The men are scheduled to play 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturday. The times of their subsequent matches will depend on Saturday’s results.

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