Meet Ronnie Eder, one of the U20 Cutthroat Girls Coaches!
We asked Ronnie some questions so we could get to know her better!
Q: Where are you originally from and if not from Colorado, what got you to move here?
A: I’m originally from Milwaukee Wisconsin. I moved here to play on Molly Brown, the elite women’s club team in the area. (I work remotely)
Q: What are you happiest doing, when you’re not working or playing ultimate or coaching ultimate?
A: In COVID, I picked up mountain biking. What a fun sport!! I really love anything in the mountains or outside, including camping and snowboarding too!
Q: Greatest accomplishment or ultimate moment?
A: I laid out for the universe pre-quarters win at nationals in 2019. At the time, I was playing on Wildfire out of southern California. We beat schwa 15-14 to go to the quarter-finals. We were seeded 16th of16 coming into the tournament. Here is a video of the grab (It starts at 23 seconds):
Hehe! I also won beach league in LA in 2019 (peep at this trophy pic below).
Q: Do you have any skills or talents that most people don’t know about?
A: I really love to cook and try new recipes. Most weeks, I make at least one new recipe.
Q: What was your favorite food in high school and now?
A: Fav food in high school: chocolate chip pancakes. Fav food now: Pho with rare steak and brisket.
Q: Your top 3 favorite Podcasts/Books?
A: The Daily from The NYTimes, Pod Save America from Crooked Media, Life Kit from NPR
Q: 3 Words for success in Ultimate or Life
A: Be the hardest working person on the field
Q: What else would you want future or potential Cutthroat players to know about you?
A: Playing ultimate has given me community everywhere I’ve lived. From DC to going home to Milwaukee for a summer, to Southern California, to Denver. It has given me a close-knit college community and taken me all over the world. I feel confident that I could move anywhere in the world, and root myself through ultimate. It has been an amazing gift.