MagnUM History

Michigan Ultimate history began in the Fall of 1997. At the time, the team was struggling to find its identity. There was one group of players in support of naming the team TUMULT (The University of Michigan Ultimate Team). A second, more radical, group of young men favored the name MagnUM. A short game of flatball would be played to restore order to the organization. After going down 2-0 to TUMULT, MagnUM staged the most important comeback in team history, scoring three straight goals and setting its place in Michigan Ultimate history.

 

 

Team 19

Finishes

Nationals: 9th
Regionals: 1st
Conferences: 1st

Leadership

Noah Backer
Zach Goulson

Coaches

Tyler Kinley
Richard Eikstadt
Jonathan Paruk
Matt Wilken
Brent Steepe

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Team 18

Finishes

Regionals: 4th
Conferences: 1st

Leadership

Zach Goulson
Sam Greenwood
Eli Leonard

Coaches

Richard Eikstadt
Seth Collins
Daniel DeTone

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Finishes

Nation: 5th
Region: 1st
Conference: 1st

Leadership

Sam Greenwood
Eli Leonard
Yonatan Rafael

Coaches

Richard Eikstadt
Seth Collins
Matt Wilken


 

TEAM 16

Finishes

Region: 2nd
Conference: 1st

Leadership

Daniel DeTone
Carson Mailer
Yonatan Rafael

Coaches

Richard Eikstadt
Tom Haynes

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Team 15

Finishes

Nation: 15th
Region: 1st
Conference: 2nd

Leadership

Seth Collins
Jeff Pape

Coaches

Richard Eikstadt
Craig Frankland
Dave Hoel

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Team 14

Finishes

Region: 2nd
Section: 2nd

Leadership

Patrick Collins
Oliver Honderd

Coaches

Richard Eikstadt
Matt Wilken

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Team 13

Finishes

Nation: 5th
Region: 2nd
Section: 2nd

Leadership

Tom Haynes
Oliver Honderd
Derek Towster

Coaches

Richard Eikstadt
Colin McIntyre
Matt Wilken

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