Boston Invitational - June 24 & 25, 2006 - Accepting Bids

Boston Invitational - June 24 & 25, 2006 - Accepting Bids

Post by Boston Invitationa » Wed, 29 Mar 2006 06:21:17


The Boston Ultimate Disc Alliance announces the...

2006 BOSTON INVITATIONAL

an Ultimate Players Association sanctioned event
on June 24 & 25, 2006 in Devens, Massachusetts

Go to the tourney site www.buda.org/bostoninv/ for information and
to enter a bid. Invitations will be granted on a rolling basis up to
May 1st, so do not wait until the deadline of April 28, 2006 to
enter a bid.

The divisions for this year will be as follows:
Elite Open Upper (8 teams)
Elite Open Lower (8 teams)
Easterns Open Upper (8 teams)
Easterns Open Lower (8 teams)
Elite Women (10 teams)
Easterns Women (8 teams)
Elite Mixed (10 teams)

Past Elite pool winners:
Women:                  Open:                     Mixed:
2005 - Lady Godiva   2005 - DoG             2005 - Six Trained Monkees
2004 - Lady Godiva   2004 - Ring of Fire   2004 - Halibut
2003 - Lady Godiva   2003 - Sub Zero       2003 - Black Sheep
2002 - Lady Godiva   2002 - Ring of Fire
2001 - Rare Air         2001 - DoG
2000 - Lady Godiva   2000 - Thermonuke
1999 - Lady Godiva   1999 - Florida
1998 - Lady Godiva   1998 - DoG

 
 
 

Boston Invitational - June 24 & 25, 2006 - Accepting Bids

Post by Loga » Tue, 04 Apr 2006 11:43:40

Attention nationally competitive mixed teams,

When considering our potential tournament schedule for the upcoming
club season, we found that there are very few top tier tournaments that
showcase the best teams of the mixed division. It seems that every
other division has established tournaments where you are guaranteed to
see only the best competition. Yet even the most competitive mixed
tournaments host no more than 3 or 4 Nationals caliber teams. We think
it's time that we take it upon ourselves to establish an early season
tournament as a premier event for the division. So, we are asking you -
competitive mixed teams - to consider coming to the Boston Invite and
ideally creating the strongest mixed field this side of Nationals.
The tournament is held in Devens, MA, a site with excellent fields and
excellent amenities (host of College Nationals in 2001). The directors
are experienced and the event is always well run. It's a beautiful time
to come to New England as it isn't too hot or humid, but it's warm and
clear enough for a tournament. In addition, you'll get to see
world-class competition from the other divisions; for many years the
Boston Invite has attracted the cream of the crop of the non west coast
teams in the open and women's division.

The top two Boston teams will be there, Six Trained Monkeys (5th at
Nationals, Boston Invite defending champs '05) and Slow White (6th at
Nationals, Boston Invite runner up '05).  Come see if you can knock us
off in our backyard.

And, just so you know, we are not in any way affiliated with this
tournament's organization.

Mike Miller
Kris Kelly
Slow White '06

 
 
 

Boston Invitational - June 24 & 25, 2006 - Accepting Bids

Post by Loga » Sat, 08 Apr 2006 09:23:07

Attention nationally competitive mixed teams,

When considering our potential tournament schedule for the upcoming
club season, we found that there are very few top tier tournaments that

showcase the best teams of the mixed division. It seems that every
other division has established tournaments where you are guaranteed to
see only the best competition. Yet even the most competitive mixed
tournaments host no more than 3 or 4 Nationals caliber teams. We think
it's time that we take it upon ourselves to establish an early season
tournament as a premier event for the division. So, we are asking you -

competitive mixed teams - to consider coming to the Boston Invite and
ideally creating the strongest mixed field this side of Nationals.
The tournament is held in Devens, MA, a site with excellent fields and
excellent amenities (host of College Nationals in 2001). The directors
are experienced and the event is always well run. It's a beautiful time

to come to New England as it isn't too hot or humid, but it's warm and
clear enough for a tournament. In addition, you'll get to see
world-class competition from the other divisions; for many years the
Boston Invite has attracted the cream of the crop of the non west coast

teams in the open and women's division.

The top two Boston teams will be there, Six Trained Monkeys (5th at
Nationals, Boston Invite defending champs '05) and Slow White (6th at
Nationals, Boston Invite runner up '05).  Come see if you can knock us

off in our backyard.

And, just so you know, we are not in any way affiliated with this
tournament's organization.

Mike Miller
Kris Kelly
Slow White '06