Past Articles from Katie Raynolds

Katie Raynolds took a break from Seattle ultimate to test out the Midwestern scene, but now she’s back in the Northwest to investigate this “bubble” she keeps hearing about. She played for Northwestern Gungho, two years of mixed club in Chicago, and most recently two seasons with Chicago Nemesis. Katie also serves as Ultiworld’s Women’s D1 College Editor, and is damn proud to cover women’s ultimate. You can reach her by email (katie@ultiworld.com) or on Twitter (@kraynolds90).

  1. D-I Rookie of the Year 2018 Watchlist

    With the regular season wrapped up, let's look at the top D-I candidates for this year's Rookie of the Year Award in the men's and women's divisions.

  2. Northwest Challenge 2018: Recap (Women’s)

    Dartmouth reigned supreme and the Northwest picked up bids over an action-packed three-day weekend.

  3. Northwest Challenge 2018: Friday & Saturday Recap (Women’s)

    Defending champs Dartmouth have looked unstoppable so far this weekend.

  4. The Friday Five: March Madness, Winter Weather, Single Games v. Tournaments

    A fun five.

  5. NW Challenge 2018: Tournament Preview (Women’s)

    The most competitive tournament on the calendar of the D-I women's division is here, and there's lots of late season storylines to look at.

  6. The Friday Five: D-III Twitter, Ultiment, And Commonwealth Cup

    Gotta admire the irrational confidence from Butler!

  7. Presidents’ Day Invitational 2018: Tournament Recap (Women’s)

    This year Presidents' Day Invitational left us with some real questions. What to make of Texas's semifinal appearance? How good is undefeated Stanford? Is UC San Diego for real? Katie Raynolds and Graham Gerhart have the answers.

  8. Presidents’ Day Invitational 2018: Saturday and Sunday Recap (Women’s)

    Texas Melee recovers in time to push into semifinals; UC Santa Barbara Burning Skirts continue to improve on the season.

  9. The Friday Five: Resisting New Swag, Olympic Analogies, And Weekend Betting Lines

    Our Friday Five takes a look around what's caught our eye in college ultimate, including betting lines for special games across the weekend, resisting the urge to buy more jerseys, a sweet grab, D-III's next big chance, and more.

  10. Presidents’ Day Invitational 2018: Tournament Preview (Women’s)

    With 11 top 25 teams in the field, the Presidents' Day Invitational is a critical table-setting tournament in the women's division calendar. Dive in to our preview to find what you need to know for the three day event!

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