Seattle Sockeye

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Seattle Sockeye
Founded 1990
League USAU Open Club Division
Based in Seattle, Washington
Colors Red, White, Black,
Manager Eddie Feeley
Championships 2004, 2006, 2007
Mascot Sockeye Salmon
Local media www.seattlesockeye.org

Seattle Sockeye is an elite-level men's (open) ultimate (flying disc) team based in Seattle, Washington. They were the open champions at the 2004, 2006 and 2007 USA Club Championships, and the 1997 WFDF World Ultimate Club Championships.

Season Results[edit]

  • 1995 2nd Place UPA Nationals
  • 1996 2nd Place UPA Nationals
  • 1997 2nd Place UPA Nationals
  • 1997 1st Place World Ultimate Club Championship (Vancouver, BC)
  • 2002 3rd Place UPA Nationals
  • 2004 1st Place UPA Nationals
  • 2005 2nd Place UPA Nationals
  • 2006 1st Place UPA Nationals
  • 2007 1st Place UPA Nationals
  • 2008 2nd Place World Ultimate Games (Vancouver, BC)
  • 2009 3rd Place UPA Nationals (lost semifinal game, 3rd place game wasn't played)
  • 2010 2nd Place World Ultimate Club Championship (Prague, Czech Republic)
  • 2010 3rd Place USAU Nationals (lost semifinal game, 3rd place game wasn't played)
  • 2013 2nd Place USAU Nationals

Stats[edit]

  • 11 consecutive appearances at USAU Nationals from 2000-2010.
  • 10 Quarterfinal appearances
  • 7 Semifinal appearances
  • 4 Finals appearances
  • 3 Worlds Finals appearances

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