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The San Francisco FlameThrowers outlast the Toronto Rush 30-29 in the 2017 AUDL Championship. It is San Francisco’s first title as a franchise, and Beau Kittredge’s fourth consecutive AUDL title; teammates Cassidy Rasmussen (3 AUDL titles; second straight), Marcelo Sanchez (3), Greg Cohen (3), and Kevin Cocks (3) join Kittredge as multi-year champions. Ben Burelle

Last Saturday night, the Los Angeles Aviators beat the San Jose Spiders in their best performance of the entire season and punched themselves a ticket to the Western Conference Final in the process. Their luck didn’t last them through the following day, however, and despite putting on an athletic effort they lost at the hands

There has been a quiet but imposing figure smiling and signing autographs for young children after every single FlameThrowers game of the season. And yes, I do mean every single one. That person is Marcelo Sanchez-Heredia, better known as Celo – and for his perfect attendance record he has been given the Steel Spirit Award

It seems like no one can praise Antoine Davis highly enough this season. From Ultiworld editors to his opponents to his teammates and captains, his incredible athletic ability and spirit have earned him accolades throughout the AUDL (and as a member of Revolver as well). Anyone who didn’t know his name learned it quickly when

On a scorching Sunday in Oakland, a FlameThrowers team with only fifteen active rostered athletes handed the Riptide the second loss of their road trip weekend in a dominating fashion. The San Jose Spiders beat the Riptide first by just a single point the night before. At the start of the game, the Riptide earned

Guest article by Michael Kinstlick. Photo credit: Ron Sellers Two weeks ago, the FlameThrowers swept their only road trip to Southern California, beating both the Los Angeles Aviators and the San Diego Growers back-to-back. These two victories and their large point differential put them at the top of the Western Conference. Unfortunately, after a weekend

Photo Credit: Daniel Tsai for UltiPhotos Continuing their push for gender equity on and off the ultimate field, many of the FlameThrowers athletes who competed at the Cascades Cup are donating their salaries from the game to a local women’s team. The team is also hosting a showcase game before their home game against the

The FlameThrowers climbed to the top of the Western Conference last weekend thanks to a dominant road trip performance. This rookie defenseman was a key contributor to the team’s success against the Los Angeles Aviators. Almost halfway through the regular season, the San Jose Spiders and the San Francisco FlameThrowers both sit at 4-1 –

Spirits were high for the San Francisco FlameThrowers after traveling to Los Angeles on Saturday and San Diego on Sunday to collect two more wins. Those placed the FlameThrowers at the top of the Western Division with a record of 4-1. The FlameThrowers took their game on the road this weekend for an important back-to-back trip

The San Francisco FlameThrowers were feeling the heat on Saturday evening and took down the San Diego Growlers in a decisive victory that showed just how powerful the team can be when they hit their stride. The FlameThrowers are proving themselves as the team that everyone knew would be a force to reckon with this

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