Feeling disc-content with your extracurriculars? Join ultimate frisbee. The 5C men’s ultimate frisbee team, the Braineasters, is a club sport open to eligible students of all levels and past experience. However, despite their welcoming environment, the team competes at a high level, even vying for a national title each year.
Spirit –- it’s in the game. Line dancing their way to Nationals, the Claremont Greenshirts are the best show the sport of ultimate has to offer. Hosts of the Claremont Classic tournament this past weekend, the Greens are creating a welcoming, fun and competitive environment and winning while they do it.
The Claremont Women’s Ultimate Frisbee team began their season this past week aiming to qualify for Nationals while maintaining their supportive environment.
Thanks to a positive team culture and a stellar rookie class, the Greenshirts finished as runner-up at the Santa Clara CLASH Tournament.
Gunnar Mikko PZ ’25 and Rory Beals PZ ’25 share their unique perspectives on the opportunities that the Claremont Braineaters have provided them with.
The 5C women’s ultimate Frisbee team, the Greenshirts, is many things — competitive, fun-loving, passionate and supportive — but they don’t actually wear green shirts.
May is just around the corner, and for the Claremont Braineaters, the men’s 5C Ultimate Frisbee team, this means it’s time to gear up for another trip to the national Division III Championships. The Braineaters won the Southeastern Conference Sectional Tournament April 11 and 12, giving them an automatic bid
With a busy weekend of Ultimate Frisbee on the books, the Claremont Braineaters finished fifth at the second annual Division III Warm Up. The tournament was hosted by the Brains and featured many of the top DIII teams in the nation, including teams from across the Midwest and the East
Claremont’s men’s ultimate frisbee team, the Braineaters, won the Southwest Conference Championship this past weekend, earning a spot in the Division III National Championships. The Braineaters compiled a perfect 6-0 record throughout the tournament against teams from University of San Diego, Westmont College, Caltech, and Occidental College. The win came as a mixed blessing to senior
Coming off a very strong second-place finish at the Division III Warmup in mid-February, the Claremont ultimate frisbee club team finished a somewhat disappointing 13th out of 27 teams at the Trouble in Vegas tournament this past weekend. The Brains ended the tournament with a 4-3 record and now have