Boys Ultimate 2019

After graduating 10 of the top 12 players from the 2018 team, this season looked to be a rebuilding year for the boys ultimate team. After some ups and downs early in the season, the team hit its stride in the middle of the season. At Terminus — Atlanta’s biggest high school ultimate tournament —… Read More »

Girls Ultimate 2019

This year’s girls ultimate team had an awesome season. The program grew in numbers due to many returners recruiting others to play, to the point where two varsity-level teams competed against other teams in the USA Ultimate Georgia division. Led by senior team captain Molly Merchant, senior Leah Crider, senior Karnera Gafford, senior Jacy Watson,… Read More »

Girls Ultimate 2018

The Woodward girls ultimate team lost 9 seniors to graduation in 2017 and only had seven returning players. An influx of young, energetic players – along with two new, enthusiastic coaches — gave the program new life. During the first tournament of the 2018 season, the girls matched their win total from the entirety of… Read More »

Boys Ultimate 2018

The Woodward boys ultimate team had a very successful year. The Varsity team ended the regular season with a 12-5 record. The team’s ranking — No. 3 in the state of Georgia – earned the boys a bye in the first round of the playoffs. In the quarterfinals, the team got off to a slow… Read More »

Boys Ultimate 2017

The Woodward Academy boys ultimate team experienced a wild roller coaster of a season. After starting the season a mediocre 3-3, the team won 5 of its next 6 games. Included in this run was an incredible 11-10 victory over Grady High School, the Georgia state champion and #3 team in the country. The team’s… Read More »

Girls Ultimate 2017

The Woodward Academy girls ultimate team had a successful season in 2017 while building toward to future. After graduating a number of top seniors in 2016, the team needed to find a new group of leaders for 2017 and into the future.  Guided by seniors Isabelle Koscik, Danielle Lanier, Kendall Swanson, and Dani Ben-Arie, the… Read More »