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Spirit of the Game: Ultimate relies upon a spirit of sportsmanship that places the responsibility for fair play on the player. Highly competitive play is encouraged, but never at the expense of mutual respect among competitors, adherence to the agreed upon rules, or the basic joy of play. Protection of these vital elements serves to eliminate unsportsmanlike conduct from the Ultimate field. Such actions as taunting opposing players, dangerous aggression, belligerent intimidation, intentional infractions, or other win-at-all-cost behaviors are contrary to the spirit of the game and must be avoided by all players.


Welcome to the Ultimate Frisbee home page for Red Wing Ultimate.  All of the information you need are on the tabs and links within this page.  If there is something you would like added, please let a coach know so we can better our communication.



Coach:  Mick Wendland              
   H100 RWHS         651-491-1117

Mick is currently the Work Experience Coordinator at Red Wing High school.  He played ultimate frisbee in High School with some friends and then graduated to competitive play at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.  He played there for three years with EauZone.  After graduating, he moved to Anchorage, AK and played in a community league up there with a summer league and also weekend tournaments for the past seven years.  His latest tournament was at Hallowinona this past fall.

Coach: Jonathan Grider      

Meyer Utility Structures in Hager City, WI.  He played ultimate frisbee for three years in high school winning the state tournament his junior and senior year in Colorado.  He also played YCC for two years competing in Blaine, MN finishing 2nd and 6th.  In college, he played for several club teams in Colorado, Iowa, and Montana competing at the national level.  He has since played in summer leagues since 2004

Violations of Fouls
Community Education Form
USAU Medical Authorization
Time Conflict Sheet

Minnesota Ultimate
USAU Home Page
11th Edition of Ultimate Rules



In order to play at either the recreational or competitive level, you must turn in your USAU Waiver, Time Conflict Sheet (last page of the handbook) and submit your information online or in person to Community Education and Recreation along with a fee of $50.  These fees are used to cover administrative costs, season and tournament fees, and other uses for the team.  The coaches are volunteer only and receive no payment for their time.  The forms mentioned above can all be found under the documents tab.

If you are going to play in the competitive league and play in the 8-week 8-game season, you will also need to sign up for a USAU membership.  The instructions on how to do this can also be found in the team handbook under the documents tab.

Depending on the number of participants, there may be additional costs to split for tournament entry fees.  Competitive players will also need to purchase a uniform and more information will come out about that.



Our website will be updated regularly and is always a good place to get information.  Another great way to stay informed about practices and other pertinent information is to get on the e-mail list.  Please e-mail Coach Mick at to get on the e-mail list.


As we are new this year, we anticipate we (coaches) may need some extra assistance.  If you are interested in providing help with driving to games/tournaments, providing food at them, assisting with stats, etc. let one of us know.  Thanks!