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Program Overview

The Poly Prep Ultimate club began in 2014. They have evolved into a highly competitive team that competes in NYC and the New York state level. Ultimate differs from other sports in that matches are mixed competition—a team’s seven-person lineup must feature at least two girls on the field—and is refereed by the participants.  Ultimate promotes the familiar values of hard work, preparation, and team unity. Poly Prep’s Ultimate team has recently had significant success in winning the DiscNY High School Championship in 2019.

Poly Prep boys ultimate frisbee
Poly Prep students ultimate frisbee
Poly Prep boys ultimate frisbee
Ultimate Highlights

2019 DiscNY High School Champions
2019 4th place finish New York State Championships
  • Leo Jordan ‘20 invited to USA National Junior team
  • Head Co- Coaches Jack Williams and Grant Lindsley 2019 AUDL Champions, New York Empire
  • Volunteer Assistant Coach Jimmy Mickle USA National Team, 2017 World Champions
Ultimate Coaches’

Jack Williams
Co-Head Coach

Grant Lindsley
Co-Head Coach

Jimmy Mickle
Volunteer Assistant

Ultimate Facilities

Home competitions are played at Poly Prep Steinberg Athletic Complex while the team trains at the fields of our neighbors, Fort Hamilton Army base.

Poly prep students playing ultimate frisbee.
Poly prep students playing ultimate frisbee.
Poly Prep boys ultimate frisbee

Featured Athletes

Tommy Bennett ‘20

As a captain junior and senior year, Tommy proved himself an inspiring leader and athlete. He can high point a disc-like with the best in New York State while retaining extremely strong throwing fundamentals. Tommy hopes to win a national championship with The University of Richmond.

Leo Jordan ‘20

Leo Jordan has been playing with Poly Ultimate for four years. As a leader and three year captain, Leo has built the team around camaraderie, athleticism, and love of the game unmatched by any other team in our league. As the lead handler and a formidable cutter, Leo is reliable and steadfast with the disc. He will attend Carleton College in Minnesota, continuing his Ultimate career.

Molly O’Connor ‘20

After four years of hard work, Molly has developed into an extremely impressive player and transformed into a strategic captain ready to lead the team. She has never been shy about holding her teammates accountable and is a spirited supporter of her team.