AYU Blog

Middle School Fall Season

Does your middle school have an ultimate team that’s looking for some fun playing time this fall? Then we got scrimmages for you! Please send a request to middleschool@altitudeyouthultimate.org to be added to a scrimmage list of contacts. Teams will reach out to each other to organize games and meet for friendly competition. This is in place of an official fall league for the season. It is a wonderful opportunity to continue growing your team’s chemistry and fundamentals in preparation for a future tournament… Continue reading

AYU Club Connect Volunteer Program

The AYU Club Connection, a volunteer rewards program is underway but your team can still join. This program offers you a chance to connect with the youth in Colorado and to raise extra funds for your team. A simple overview of the program: Someone on your team volunteers Your team get points The teams with the most points receive a reward. Rewards: 1st: $2,000 | 2nd: $1,500 | 3rd: $1,000 | 4th: $500 Continue reading

2019 Middle School Spring Classic Recap

Congratulations and thank you to all the teams that participated in the 2019 Middle School Spring Classic   Continue reading

High School States Recap

Congratulations and thank you to all the teams that participated in this year's Boy's DI, DII and Girls High School State Championships.    Continue reading

Middle School Scrimmage Days April 2019 Registration

A couple Saturday meetups, where middle school teams can come together to scrimmage each other informally, under supervision of experienced Ultimate coaches from AYU (Altitude Youth Ultimate).  Any middle schooler is welcome, girls and boys, in grades 6-8.  Continue reading

2020 Summer Camps for Ages 7-16

The Colorado governor has given us new safety guidelines and announced that children's day camps and youth sports camps will be able to open on June 1  "I know this has been a very different school year than many students were expecting, and thanks to the success of our social distancing efforts so far, Colorado kids will be able to enjoy day camps and youth sports camps this summer in as safe a manner as possible." Governor Jared Polis said. We will be following the Governor's guidelines for youth sports camps which will include: All participants and staff must follow the CDC good hygiene practices: Use hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, or no-rinse soap. Avoid touching your face. Sneeze or cough into a tissue or the inside of your elbow. Limit camp sizes to 25 kids or number based on facility/county guidelines. Campers will NOT participate if they feel under the weather, sick, or have come in contact with someone that may be sick.  No sharing of water bottles between campers. All participants must pass a health screen before they are allowed to play. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer (with at least 60% alcohol) will be provided for all participants to use regularly throughout the event or program. All participants and staff are required to use a face covering (i.e. mask, a bandana, or other material covering mouth and nose) as much as possible. All players, coaches, staff, independent contractors, and spectators should practice social distancing of 6 ft. wherever possible and activities that are not conducive to the required 6 feet of physical distancing will be limited throughout the day. Discs and frequently touched objects and surfaces will be DISINFECTED regularly.  Players participate at their own risk and a waiver must be signed by all participants and guardians when necessary.  Player equipment will be spaced accordingly to prevent close contact. Coaches and staff will not attend if they are not feeling well or have come in contact with someone that may be sick. Eliminating pool time and provided lunches. No Handshakes or group celebrations and spirit circles Campers with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or other communicable illnesses will be sent home with a recommendation to get tested immediately and adhere to isolation and exclusion requirements.  AYU or camp directors hold the right to make decisions for the overall health of participants. 100% Refund if a camp is canceled due to COVID-19 Continue reading

2019 Denver/Boulder Youth Summer Leagues

Registration is open for Denver/Boulder Youth Summer Leagues. These leagues run one evening a week from June through July and are for boys and girls ages 14 to 19. DenverYouthUltimate.org

Adult Club Combines 2019

We're so excited that you are interested in participating in this important community event - the Colorado Combines! This is a chance for our Colorado teams to come together in community- to meet new people and get a feel for the culture of different club teams. Altitude Youth Ultimate (AYU), our State-Based Organization, is taking the burden off of the club teams by organizing the logistics, and the club teams will be organizing all of the actual events. We will be holding one combine for each division (mixed, women's, and open) on various dates so that you can attend more than one! Women's Combine on April 14th, 9a-2p, at Long Lake West Turf Fields Jack Wagon Molly Brown Small Batch Mixed Combine on April 27th, 9a-2p, at Long Lake East Turf Fields EDM Flight Club Mesteño Sweet Action Strangers Men's Combine on May 4th, 9a-1p, at Ralston Park Addition Johnny Bravo Inception Iso Atmo Register   Continue reading

Boulder Middle School Learn-to-Play Clinics April 2019

Learn-to-play clinics introducing the sport to kids who have never played before and also a playing opportunity for kids who know the sport a bit and just wanna play! Continue reading

Spring 2019 Coaches Socials

This season, we will be combining our Coaches Socials with tournaments, so after the games on Saturday, come get some apps on us and meet AYU’s first full time employee Jimmy Donnellon!  Continue reading