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Colorado Cutthroat

General Information about Cutthroat

What is Cutthroat?

Colorado Cutthroat is Colorado’s premier youth ultimate club program. Why should you play? Playing for one of Colorado’s YCC teams is an incredible experience. You get to play alongside some of the best youth Ultimate players from around the Denver/Boulder metro area. Cutthroat coaches are highly experienced, passionate, and dedicated (and most of ‘em still play ultimate pretty darn well, too). The tournament itself is an amazing experience to play high-level ultimate with and against youth from all over the country.

  • Develop Skills. This is an intensive growth opportunity where players get to play with some of the best in the state, learn from great coaches, and experience a higher level of play to push your limits.
  • Build Friendships. Cutthroat brings together players from high school teams across the state, meaning you’ll have friends on almost every team you play over the HS season!
  • Compete. Over the year, you’ll get to compete against club and college teams in the region.
  • Experience the Top. You’ll have a chance to play on the highest stage at the HS level, against the best players in the country. And, some of these players may be future college teammates!

This season, based on requests from players, we will have an additional pod practice each week done regionally and led by a fitness coach. The two locations and times will be before Buzz’s Denver Boulder Summer League, and boys and girls teams will practice together. The focus will be on fitness, footwork, and disc skills.  

  • North Option: Wednesday nights, from 5:30-6:30pm at Platt Middle School (6096 Baseline Rd. Boulder)
  • South Option: Tuesday nights, from 5:30-6:30pm at Daniel Schaefer (9750 W. Hampden Ave. Denver)

In addition, Cutthroat is an inclusive environment. We are committed to providing an inclusive environment for all, and making sure that all aspects of our teammates are respected, including gender, age, gender identity, race, health status, national origin, relationship status, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and religion. We provide players with the space to be their authentic selves, and allow all players to learn to be in allyship with their teammates. While we do not require players to agree with or understand everything yet, we do require them to show respect to their teammates through their words and actions.

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Financial Aid

It is important to us at AYU that no one be excluded from participating in any event we sponsor because they’re facing financial challenges with the registration fees. If you need financial assistance, use this form to receive a discount code for an amount you would be able to pay.

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