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Fall High School Co-ed

Ultimate is a great sport for new players and easily accommodates skills from soccer, football, basketball, cross country and many others.

Unlike our spring HS season fall is mixed play. Gender ratio 4/3.

2022 Fall Season Schedule


  • Mondays and Thursdays 5pm-7pm.
  • First Practice: Monday August 22nd 
  • Season goes through the end of October, potentially the first week of November, weather permitting.
  • Location: Red Pine Elementary School: 530 Red Pine Ln, Eagan, MN 55123


  • Saturdays after Labor Day until late October
  • One game, start times are 9am, 11am, or possibly 1pm.
  • Game Location: West Minnehaha Recreation Center in St. Paul: 685 W Minnehaha Ave, St Paul, MN 55104
  • You compete against other Twin Cities area teams
  • Games are hard caped at 100 minutes or the first team to 13 points

2022 Coaches!

Alli Collins

Introducing Alli Bosshardt:
My name is Alli Collins and I am the assistant coach for the Eagan girls varsity team! I am an alumni of Eagan high school and played for three years and won the state championship my senior year! I am currently going to the university of Minnesota twin cities and I will be a senior this fall!

I have continued playing ultimate through YCC which is a Minnesota ultimate club program, I played for the Winona state university team while I attended school there for a year, lastly I have played on melt. I’m excited to help our players grow and learn the game of ultimate!

Introducing Joe Bosshardt:

In 2014 I started my ultimate career as a Sophomore on the WUFDA C team. By the time I was a senior I was playing for a very talented WUFDA varsity team. After high school I went to the University of Minnesota and took my freshman year off of ultimate. Then my Sophomore through Senior year I made the top team at the U, Grey Duck. We made nationals my Sophomore and Junior year and we were expecting to make it Senior year before COVID ended the season early. During my summers I also played for a club team in the cities called Minneapolis Mallard and I plan to continue playing with them. I am excited to have the opportunity to coach WUFDA, share my 8 years of ultimate knowledge and hopefully help the players fall in love with the sport.