Ultimate - Coed
Coed ultimate frisbee annually competes in 12–14 contests. The squad is unaffiliated with an organization, but competes regularly against local foes such as Manchester-Essex Regional High School, as well as other prep school competitors such as Beaver Country Day School, Cambridge School of Weston, Boston University Academy, and Concord Academy. The team aspires to compete at the highest level while learning to appreciate the game and enjoy the comradery of a team.
|Joshua Ames||2021||Beverly, MA|
|Nicole Capozzi||2019||Windham, NH|
|Alec Dempster||2021||Andover, MA|
|Roan Elliott-Higgins||2019||Boxford, MA|
|Jason Goodman||2022||North Andover, MA|
|Joshua Klee||2022||Beverly, MA|
|Yixuan Li||2021||Beverly, MA|
|Iain McMaster||2021||Melrose, MA|
|Cooper Sullivan||2021||Newbury, MA|
|Shakib Tidjani||2021||Haverhill, MA|
|Anders Umholtz||2020||West Newbury, MA|
|Owen Young||2021||Salem, MA|
Coach: David Hamilton
A chemistry teacher and proud alumnus of the Hamilton College Ultimate Frisbee team, Dave Hamilton has been coaching Ultimate Frisbee for the last three years at Pingree. In addition to his experience coaching Ultimate, Dave has also worked occasionally over the past 12 years as a United States Curling Association level 1 certified curling instructor at four different curling clubs across the East Coast - including presently at Broomstones Curling Club in Wayland, MA. In his spare time, he enjoys pick-up ultimate, running, hiking, and disc golf in the summer; and curling in the winter.
Assistant Coach: Meg Manyuru
Megan joined the Pingree community as a Math Teacher and Ultimate Coach in Fall '18. She enjoys engaging with students on the field as well as in the classroom. Go, Highlanders!
Practice Schedule TBA