What's New

  • Since announcing our move to Ratio O for summer 2020, OCUA has been busy engaging with and gathering feedback from several of our most engaged members, including coordinators, conveners and captains. We understand there is a desire from our broader membership to learn more about the change, so we will be hosting a town hall:
  • The competitive women's touring team, Luna Ultimate, is excited to take over the coached women's competitive development program this winter to facilitate the progress of female athletes with a new format:
  • 5 nights to choose from with various formats. For all changes, check out our Updates Page. Registration will be on a First-Paid, First-Served basis. Your registration is only considered completed once it is marked as 'paid' in your registration history.
  • It’s a new year and a new decade, and OCUA is excited to announce a new gender ratio to keep up with the times!
  • Hey OCUA members! It's time to give your body a break and start exercising your MIND! Come join trivia fans for a regular FREE Tuesday Trivia Night at the Royal Oak pub at 188 Bank Street (@ Gloucester), from 7-9pm, each Tuesday  (lots of parking on the street).http://bit.ly/2Pzrduh
  • OCUA is excited to be running a series of free Youth Ultimate Clinics to introduce youth players (ages 8-13) to Ultimate.

Ratio O Town Hall

Since announcing our move to Ratio O for summer 2020, OCUA has been busy engaging with and gathering feedback from several of our most engaged members, including coordinators, conveners and captains. We understand there is a desire from our broader membership to learn more about the change, so we will be hosting a town hall:
Tuesday, February 25th, 7pm, Clocktower Westboro.

Please be sure to register here for the event (it’s FREE, of course!) by noon on February 24 so that we can help the venue accommodate everyone.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Women's Competitive Development & Scrimmage

The competitive women's touring team, Luna Ultimate, is excited to take over the coached women's competitive development program this winter to facilitate the progress of female athletes with a new format:

- One hour of coaching concepts and strategy, open to recreation-intermediate levels. Organized by Luna's leadership team - coach Gavin Thompson, assistant coach Sam Lee and captain Andrea Dietz.
- Followed by one hour of high-level scrimmage for intermediate-advanced players! Luna's leadership will be on site to provide any sideline support, but this is your chance to get some reps in before your summer kicks off.

If you want to take your game to the next level, or if you are interested in trying out for one of the competitive touring teams in 2020, this is the opportunity for you!

  • Start Date: March 1st, 2020
  • End Date: April 26th, 2020
    • No games held on April 12th
  • Skill Level: The program will be split into two skill levels: a practice for recreational-intermediate players and and a scrimmage for intermediate-advanced. Players may sign up for just the practice, just the scrimmage, or for both.
  • Time: 8:00pm-9:00pm (practice), 9:00pm-10:00pm (scrimmage)
  • Format: This league will be coached by the Luna Ultimate leadership team. The first hour will be a practice focusing on teaching skills and strategy that will be isolated with drills. The second hour will have players divided into teams for a scrimmage.
  • Location: Ben Franklin Dome
Registration Format Skill Level Day Spots Left* Weeks Price (+HST)  
Individual Practice Recreational-Intermediate Sunday 15 8 $75
Individual Scrimmage Intermediate-Advanced Sunday 20 8 $75
Individual Both Practice & Scrimmage Intermediate Sunday 35 8 $135

*Updated January 13th
Proceeds for this opportunity go toward supporting Luna Ultimate's 2020 season. Questions? Contact us here.

Refund Policy

Cash refunds will be available to those that request the refund 2 weeks prior to the start date of the league ($25 admin fee applies). From this deadline until the half way point of the session, prorated league credit refunds will be provided once a replacement player from the waitlist has paid for the spot. No refunds will be provided during the second half of any session.

 

 

Adult Winter Leagues 2019-2020

5 nights to choose from with various formats. For all changes, check out our Updates Page. Registration will be on a First-Paid, First-Served basis. Your registration is only considered completed once it is marked as 'paid' in your registration history.

Once you register, your spot will be held temporarily for 48 hours to give you enough time to complete payment. If you have other questions, please email us. We will be managing an active waitlist for all leagues, so even if you do not get in it's a good idea to put your name on the waiting list.

 
Select the night and type of registration to see further details:
(All indoor leagues are coed except for the Women's Competitive Development)
MONDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SUNDAY
Parity League
(Sold Out)
*NEW*
Sort-Of Hat League
*NEW*
SuperLadder League

(Sold Out)
Late Night League Grand Masters League
(Sold Out)
  Carleton League
(Sold Out)
    Women's Competitive
Practice & Scrimmage
 

Mini-League

     

Are you between the ages of 8 and 17?
Come join us in our Youth (8 to 13 years old) and Junior (14 to 17 years old) Leagues!

Gender Ratio O

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Introducing Gender Ratio O for Summer 2020

It’s a new year and a new decade, and OCUA is excited to announce a new gender ratio to keep up with the times!

Starting summer 2020, OCUA will be implementing a big change across all 7v7 coed leagues. OCUA will be using a new gender ratio (we are calling it Ratio O) to give men and women equal representation on the field. Ratio O evolved out of the gender ratio pilots we ran last fall in 2019, and means that the minimum number of women required on the field will switch each point, between 3 women required on the field and 4 women required on the field. The rest of the seven spots will be filled by players using the open gender category.

Essentially, this means a team who likes to have two full lines of players would now build a roster with 7 women players and 7 open players (at OCUA, these are typically men, but don’t have to be – read more about gender designations and play time here), as opposed to 6 women players and 8 open players in previous summers.

Like any big change, we know the transition may be uncomfortable for some teams. We acknowledge some teams are going to have to decide what to do with their “extra” open player and may wish to recruit more women. However, we love that OCUA’s and broader Ultimate’s roots are in mixed Ultimate, and we think creating equal space for women on the field is an important step to facilitating gender equity and facilitating a better experience for all our members. We have thought about this a lot, ran pilots and 3:3 leagues, and feel strongly this is the right thing to do.

We know you may have a lot of questions about this, and that it may impact the teams choose to structure their teams, so we developed an FAQ document and some resources for those looking to adjust their teams this year.