Formation & History of Montgomery Ultimate:
- In the early 2000s, Legend has it that school PE classes, church youth groups, and college kids were playing ultimate around Montgomery.
- In 2003, Kevin Mauer put together the first email chain to invite people to play pickup. The first pickup games were played in various places like Shakespeare Park and any open field they could find. Kevin first called the group Montgomery Ultimate Club or MUC.
- In 2006, the first MUC jerseys appeared.
- In 2007, Michael Fritz began getting his friends together for Sunday afternoon pickup.
- In 2009, the Capital City Ultimate Tournament was introduced. For the next four years, it was referred to as C-CUT.
- In 2010, Montgomery hosted its first ultimate summer league. MUSL has become a staple for fun, friendly competition and skill building for men, women and teenagers all over Central Alabama.
- In 2012, Dustin McKee was inducted as President of Montgomery Ultimate. In his decade of power, he propelled Montgomery as a real force in the Southeast Ultimate scene. MUSL has seen a 10-fold increase in player participation, CCUT was renamed Uncle Kringle’s Christmas Classic and is universally known as the most fun unsanctioned tournament held in mid-December with a Santa theme in Alabama.
- In 2014, the first Rapidfire tournament took place. This was a new one-day fall tournament with 6 teams, 6 games, and no breaks.
- In 2017, Montgomery had its first ever Winter League season.
- In 2023, Emily Yeend-Smith was inducted as the 4th President of Montgomery Ultimate.
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