Everyone hug a rookie

This weekend was an exciting time for Wreck. Not only did we compete and win the rookie roundup, but we finally got to see the amazing progress our rookies have made already! Everyone got plenty of playing time and everyone had an incredible tournament. So many highlights!

From layouts to siiiiiiiick handblocks, our rookies stole the show. So proud *wipes away tear*. For the full recap of the games we played, check out our twitter feed (can be found here).

It was hot, but we were hotter. 


I skated over this, but WE WON OUR FIRST TOURNAMENT! Congrats to every girl on the team for leaving it all on the field, and supporting the girls that were playing. We go up from here guys!


Also can we talk about the fact that they are all so beautiful and smart and strong?


Bake Sale

Mark your calendars ladies and gents! It’s time to support Wreck in every way we can: whether by baking or by volunteering!

I, for one, will be making the foods of my homelands: baklava (Greece), and fudge (Michigan) among other goodies!

We will have a table on Skiles Walkway (aka Tech Walkway) from 11:30 am – 2:30 pm on Tuesday, September 12.

Bake for us and de-stress, or work at the table for a short time, or share the event to friends, or just buy our yummy goodies. Please please please help Wreck make $$$ so we can travel and do fun stuff!

Click HERE to sign up to volunteer.

And here is the link to the Facebook event for you to share and invite people to!


Hello all, and welcome to the Georgia Tech Wreck Ultimate Frisbee webpage.

I thought I would take a second to introduce myself, as I will be the web guru for the 2016-2017 season. My name is Danae Argyropoulou and I am a 2nd year Biomedical Engineering student. I joined Wreck as a freshman last year having barely thrown a frisbee before, and I consider that one of the best decisions of my life.

I’m glad you’ve read this far, and I want to invite you to try out Wreck as well! No prior frisbee experience is necessary, trust me. Wreck will teach you all you need to know.

Come join us at our first practice on August 25 9-11pm, and sign up for our mailing list by emailing  Emily Winder (ewinder3@gatech.edu) or Bridget Nabb (bridget.nabb@gmail.com) and they will add you immediately!

I know I speak for all returning Wreckies when I say I can’t wait to meet you all!

Welcome Georgia Tech Freshman!

Hello RATs!

If you are here looking at this I am going to assume you are interested in playing Ultimate Frisbee at Georgia Tech. We are so excited to have you come out and meet the team and possibly join for the year! The most important thing is that you are interested and willing to learn. No previous experience is needed. You don’t even need to know how to throw a frisbee. We will teach you everything you need to know!

If you went to FASET and signed up for our mailing list, you will receive an email before classes start inviting you out to our first practice.

If you have not been added to our mailing list, please email Ashley Brown (ambrownie12@gmail.com) and she will add you immediately!

Practice starts the first Wednesday of the semester and we are so excited to meet all of you!

Fall 2014 Practice Times Announced


Welcome back (or just welcome!) to Tech. We hope your first week has gone well.
Fall practice times have been announced, so clear your schedules and GET PUMPED!

Tuesdays 6pm – 8pm
Wednesdays 6pm – 8pm
Location: SAC Fields (Turf fields next to the CRC)

Bring water, cleats if you have them (sneakers if you don’t), and a desire to have fun!
So bring your friends. All of them.

See you Tuesday!

Some Big Checks from Alex Trebek at the Big Payback

This past weekend was a great way to start the fall semester. What happened, you ask? Tribe and Wreck combined forces to create the ultimate Ultimate team: What is Trebek’s Mustache? You see, Tribe + Wreck = Trebek. And what could possibly be better than the mustache of Alex Trebek himself?

Alex, we’ll take Winning for $1000. (And by winning I mean winning at being awesome.)

The tournament was in Augusta, Georgia. Trebek placed 5th among 17 teams (breaking seed!) and 1st place in best photoshoots (see below for proof).

MVP of the weekend went to Prerana Malla for always being open and pretty much catching everything that came her way. Plays of the Day, awarded on Sunday, went to Cate Woodhurst, for an incredible catch with three others also going for the disc, and Taylor Hartman, for an endzone D with two other opposing players. Also, general awesomeness to Lex for going ham all day erryday and getting a D on the first pass off the pull. Thanks to Johnny for coaching and Lily Ponitz, who organized this whole shin-dig.

Also, shout out to the car that had such a good bonding experience on the way back that they drove past Atlanta and didn’t realize it until 20 minutes away from the Alabama border. So much love.