Central Maryland Ultimate Association

The mission of CMUA is to promote the growth and development of the sport of ultimate in the Baltimore metropolitan area by offering mixed, open, and women’s recreation leagues and tournaments, and by supporting local teams at the youth, college, and club levels.

Spring Pickup and Spring League

Spring Pickup begins on March 11 and runs every Monday from 8:30pm to 10:30pm through May 20 at the Catonsville HS turf field.

Spring League will run alongside Spring Pickup on Monday nights at the Catonsville HS turf field. There will be an early game (8:30-9:30pm) and a late game (9:30-10:30pm), and players will be able to participate in pickup either before or after their scheduled league game. Spring League will begin on March 25 and will run for approximately eight weeks.

Depending on the number of League signups, our aim is to have four teams and play 7v7. Teams will be formed by the league commissioner. One mutual baggage request per player.

A cost of $20 will grant access to BOTH Spring Pickup and Spring League for the season.  If players wish to participate only in pickup and not in the league, they may indicate as much on the TeamSnap signup.

Sign up via Teamsnap Today! 

Indoor League Survey

Did you play Indoor league this year? If so, please take our survey!

Your input on each applicable league better allows us to continue providing a great ultimate experience.

The survey should take less than 10 minutes, and unless you provide your email address, your responses are completely anonymous.

Finally, congratulations to Team Merida for winning the 2019 Championship!

St. Hatrick’s Day Tournament 3/16

The annual “St. Hatrick’s Day” Hat Tournament returns Saturday, March 16 at the D.C. Polo Fields, West Potomac Park from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Players from Scandal, Truck Stop & DC Rally will be coordinating the tournament, and hosting a pre-tournament clinic from 10–11 a.m.

Complete information can be found on the WAFC website.

Spring Coaching Opportunities

There are several area coaching opportunities looking for immediate assistance. If you know of any other availabilities, please email us at cmuacomm@gmail.com, and we will post on our website and in next newsletter.

The McDonogh School in Owings Mills is trying to start an ultimate frisbee club this spring, and is looking for a volunteer one or two days a week to help out. Please email irvine.elizabeth@gmail.com if you would like to assist!

The Johns Hopkins University Women’s Ultimate team, the Blue-Footed Boobies, are looking for a volunteer second coach to assist their team this Spring. The team practices on the Hopkins campus on Monday and Wednesday evenings. There are three or four tournaments planned in the Spring. Anyone interested should contact jhubfb@gmail.com.

Towson Pandatime is looking for a volunteer coach this summer. E-mail panda.tme@gmail.com.

Pikesville GUM is looking for coaches to help with their upcoming spring league. The league will run on Tuesday evenings, 5:30-7:00 p.m. (excluding April 22nd, Passover), April 2 – May 28 at  Wellwood International Elementary, 2901 Smith Avenue. Please email irvine.elizabeth@gmail.com if you would like to assist!

Indoor Pickup at Lansdowne Update

Can’t get enough indoor this winter? Good news: after a several year hiatus, we’re heading back to school and playing pickup at the Lansdowne HS gym!

Pickup will be held on Wednesday nights from 8:30-10:30 p.m., starting January 9 and running until February 27.  now until March 27.

Please wear sneakers with non-marking soles; no cleats!

The cost for the season is now just $7.

Sign up via Teamsnap Today!

Note: The High School gym is down the road from the turf fields, and you must enter the complex via Hollins Ferry Road. The gym entrance is around the right hand side at the back of the school. The school address is 3800 Hollins Ferry Rd, Lansdowne, MD 21227