Past Articles from Layne Scherer
Layne Scherer is an assistant coach for Catholic University of America. She has played for University of Michigan B-Fly and Suffrage (D.C.). She is an occasional contributor to Ultiworld’s DIII women’s coverage because she believes the sport deserves to have more female voices in the conversation.
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Dive deep on the 2019 D-III women's season!
Feb 4, 2019 by Sam Echevarria, Layne Scherer and Robert Gough in Preview with 0 comments
For the geographically isolated women of Missouri S&T's Miner Threat, they have built a strong community with the men's side of their program.
May 4, 2018 by Layne Scherer in Profile with 0 comments
Fighting through the obstacles and challenges of starting a new D-III women's programs is already starting to pay off for Christopher Newport University.
Mar 22, 2018 by Layne Scherer in Profile with 0 comments
North Carolina continued to trend upward with an impressive tournament victory, including a win in the final over Tufts. Plus, we talk D-III women's in the Atlantic Coast!
Feb 28, 2018 by Hugo Sowder and Layne Scherer in Recap with 0 comments
One of the easiest ways to begin a conversation with an ultimate player is to pose the question “when did you start playing ultimate?
Feb 27, 2018 by Layne Scherer in Profile with 0 comments
Your definitive guide to the 2018 D-III women's division.
Feb 5, 2018 by Sam Echevarria, Layne Scherer and Robert Gough in Preview with 0 comments
Almost into the top 10!
Dec 13, 2017 by Katie Raynolds, Keith Raynor, Sam Echevarria, Michael Ball, Layne Scherer and Charlie Eisenhood in Rankings with 0 comments
We are excited to present the 2018 preseason College Power Rankings!
Dec 12, 2017 by Michael Ball, Sam Echevarria, Keith Raynor, Katie Raynolds, Layne Scherer and Charlie Eisenhood in Rankings with 0 comments
The 14 best players from the 2017 D-III college season.
Jun 12, 2017 by Sam Echevarria, Layne Scherer, Charlie Eisenhood and Marianna Heckendorn in Awards with 1 comments
Answers to some of the common questions prospective coaches may ask themselves.
May 23, 2017 by Layne Scherer in Opinion with 2 comments