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MISFIT’S TOURING TEAMS


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ECLIPSE WOMEN'S COACHES

Michael Fung (left): Born and raised in Vancouver, Michael Fung has been involved in ultimate, both as a player and a coach, for over 14 years. He played varsity ultimate at UBC and competed in several CUUC's while playing for the Thunderbirds. Over the past eight years, Michael has worked extensively to establish an outstanding juniors ultimate program in BC. He has been involved in many aspects of development including coaching high school, running development programs and coordinating juniors leagues. Michael has coached six seasons of junior's club, winning three gold and one silver at CJUC. In 2014 he was the assistant coach for the U19 men's open team that competed at World’s in Lecco, Italy. While in Italy, Michael helped lead the team to a gold medal finish

Victoria Lam (middle)

Zach Gray (right): Zach's Ultimate life started on the fertile fields of Prince of Wales Secondary in Vancouver BC. He was a high-flying soccer goalie until a playground game of 500-up with the frisbee weirdos taught him how much he liked skying people and that was pretty much all he cared about until 2006 when he graduated from UBC and started a music career. Zach's favourite throw is a high release hammer.

ECLIPSE WOMEN’S ROSTER

ECLIPSE WOMEN’S 2018

ECLIPSE WOMEN’S 2018

Catie Akune (Lord Byng)
Sandra Balitaan (Richmond)
Emma Best (Lord Byng)
Oliana Chan (Stratford Hall)
Ada Chang (R.C. Palmer)
Katherine Cheung (Lord Byng)
Oriana Dalla-Vecchia (Burnaby Central)
Breanna Dar (Stratford Hall)
Olivia Fast (Point Grey)
Anne Garcia (Eric Hamber)
Cassidy Gee (David Thompson)
Stephenie Ho (Hugh McRoberts)
Kayla Jiang (Magee)
Julie Lee (Sir Winston Churchill)
Kyra Lee (York House)
Joey Liu (Eric Hamber)
Zoe Luke (Eric Hamber)
Vicky Ma (Prince of Wales)
Andrea Moir (Point Grey)
Hazel Pangilinan (Gladstone)
Stephanie Siu (Sir Winston Churchill)
Nanaki Thind (Stratford Hall)
Madoka Wowk (Stratford Hall)
Phillis Yang (R.A. McMath)
Sarah Zhang (Lord Byng)

ECLIPSE OPEN COACHES

Alex Lam (left): Alex first started playing on a VUL team in 2008, and has since played on club teams including Mio Grape and Banana Cutters. From playing VUL, to coaching and now coordinating, Alex is excited to continue to develop and witness the growth of the Vancouver youth scene. As the worst player in his family, which includes Josh and Victoria Lam, Alex knows how to be the 8th man on the sideline. If you've been coached by Alex you're sure to have witnessed his awkward dance moves, laughed at his horrible Birkenstock tan-lines, and seen his dog Blitz. However, hopefully you've also witnessed the team focus, support and positive energy that Alex believes in fostering in all his teams.

Jon Hayduk (middle)

Edward Guo (right): Edward Guo started playing ultimate during his ninth grade at Hugh McRoberts Secondary. Since then he has been hooked and has gone on to play another 10 years and(and counting) for various local and international teams. Edward’s coaching resume includes coaching a variety of different teams and different skill levels, including Mayhem, RT, Alpha and Sir Winston Churchill Secondary’s teams. He loves coaching because he wants to see growth in ultimate in Vancouver at the junior level and hopes that they continue playing when they graduate. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf and watching the NFL.

ECLIPSE OPEN ROSTER

ECLIPSE OPEN 2018

ECLIPSE OPEN 2018

Devon Bringeland-Powell (Stratford Hall)
John Carpenter (Point Grey)
Thomas Carpenter (Point Grey)
Justin Chan (Prince of Wales)
Frank Chen (Magee)
Nicholas Cheng (Sir Winston Churchill)
Lucas Hoy (Eric Hamber)
Karim Jamal (St. George's)
Hunter Juhasz (Lord Byng)
Filip Kragl (Stratford Hall)
Nathan Kwon (Magee)
Cameron Lloyd (Sir Winston Churchill)
Preston Lo (Magee)
Daren Mallare (John Oliver)
Darwin Mallare (John Oliver)
Justin Shou (Eric Hamber)
Victor Tiet (David Thompson )
Justin Tung (Sir Winston Churchill)
Brian Wu (Magee)
Errol Xu (Magee)
David Yeung (Point Grey)
Ji Yoo (Eric Hamber)
Danny Zhu (Magee)


MISCHIEF

MISCHIEF WOMEN’S COACHES

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Eugene Wong (left): Eugene started playing ultimate a long time ago, late in high school on a suburban Toronto field speckled with the occasional rock, glass shard, and who knows what else.  Many years, several stitches, and a number of joint injuries later, he considers himself mostly retired from competitive play, but can sometimes be found on Masters Division rosters.  You may have seen his ultimate photography around. He wishes he could take more photos, but his coaching hat (he can't actually wear real hats) and his players are the priority during the season.  His favourite thing about coaching is seeing the amazing progress of players year after year, including former players who are now on adult Open, Women’s, and Mixed Division teams.

Veronica Ng (middle)

Michael Yi (right)

MISCHIEF WOMEN’S ROSTER

MISCHIEF WOMEN’S 2018

MISCHIEF WOMEN’S 2018

Chantel Aguilar (Eric Hamber)
Amy Guo (Hugh McRoberts)
Kirstin Ho (Point Grey)
Julia Jamorabon (John Oliver)
Rachel Labrador (John Oliver)
Katie Lam (Sir Winston Churchill)
Cathy Le (John Oliver)
Abby Madden-Krasnick (Prince of Wales)
Chloe Merritt (Sir Winston Churchill)
Mona Ou (Eric Hamber)
Hannah Samuel (York House)
Cindy Santiago (Sir Winston Churchill)
Monet Shimura (Point Grey)
Miu Shiraiwa (Eric Hamber)
Britney So (A.R. MacNeill)
Rachel Sun (Hugh McRoberts)
Rachel Wang (Hugh McRoberts)
Anna Wei (Richmond)
Annie Wu (McMath)
Bernice Xiao (Richmond)
Michelle Yang (Killarney)
Emma Young (Point Grey)
Joanne Yuan (Hugh McRoberts)
Joy Zhou (Eric Hamber)

MISCHIEF OPEN COACHES

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David Stelck (left): David first started playing ultimate in 2004. Since then he has competed in multiple university, canadian and American Nationals, as well as club world championship.  David coaches the Point Grey Senior team and has coached for the Misfit program for 5 seasons.

Kyle Chan (middle)

Josh Lam (right): Josh started playing Ultimate Frisbee in grade 8 and has been playing every year since. The first club team he played for was under the Misfit program and after that summer he was hooked on frisbee. Josh’s most memorable moments in frisbee were competing with the U20 Canadian team in 2016 and making USAU nationals with UBC. He loves seeing the sport grow exponentially and is excited to have to the opportunity to coach Mischief Open this year.

MISCHIEF OPEN ROSTER

MISCHIEF OPEN 2018

MISCHIEF OPEN 2018

Patrick Angkiriwang (Prince of Wales)
Sami Ben Amara (Point Grey)
Wesley Choi (Sir Winston Churchill)
Austin Chuk (Lord Byng)
Dylan Cochrane (Lord Byng)
Neo Debroux (Eric Hamber)
Henry Gee (Killarney)
Tyler Gunasekera (Stratford Hall)
Christoph Hager (Sir Winston Churchill)
Tristan Johnson (St. Georges)
Justin Kuan (UBC)
Samuel Lam (David Thompson)
Josh Loo (Prince of Wales)
Justin Luna (Point Grey)
Ryan Mah (David Thompson)
Alan Ng (Gladstone)
Mack Pearmain (Sutherland)
Richmond Rosario (John Oliver)
Edric Sudihok (Prince of Wales)
William Tang (David Thompson)
Alex Wahl (Argyle)
William Wang (Richmond)
Austin Yen (David Thompson)
Jason Yuen (Point Grey)


ROLLING THUNDER

ROLLING THUNDER WOMEN’S COACHES

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Bella Wang (left): Bella was first introduced to frisbee 3 years ago, when she started her first club season with Uprise, and ended her last junior season with a dirty gold at CUC with Vortex Ultimate, but without an ACL. In the past year recovering from the surgery, she's had the pleasure of coaching with PG and Elevate Ultimate - she loves watching the athletes push their limits and break their boundaries. She's most likely to be that coach who gets distracted by doggos while coaching.

Angel Lee (middle)

Zun Zhang (right): Upon returning to Vancouver last fall, Zun spent months training for Vancouver Riptide tryouts, only to learn the team had disbanded for Portland. With his dreams of professional Frisbee fame dashed, Zun was ready to quit Ultimate forever. However, one fateful night before going to sleep, Zun was visited by the Ghost of Spirit of the Game, encouraging him to coach the Misfit program. “Esketit!” And so as one door closed, another had opened. Zun was armed with a renewed purpose- to coach the RT girls to their first Nationals title! Zun has played on several teams including PW, T-Club, Misfit, and UC Berkeley. His goal in life is to one day open his own cat café.

ROLLING THUNDER WOMEN’S ROSTER

ROLLING THUNDER WOMEN’S 2018

ROLLING THUNDER WOMEN’S 2018

Cheryl Andre (Vancouver Technical)
Cherry Chan (Steveston London)
Natalie Cheng (Hugh McRoberts)
Amrit Chohan (John Oliver)
Jessica Dahan (John Oliver)
Jaime Dornik (Stratford Hall)
Sofia Faugno (Stratford Hall)
Lauren Jones (Stratford Hall)
Audrey Kamachi (Stratford Hall)
Maya Khayrallah (R.A. McMath)
Sakura Kubota (Vancouver Technical)
Rose Leishman (Stratford Hall)
Kelly Luk (J.N. Burnett)
Tiffany Luke (York House)
Michelle Ma (McMath)
Ashanti Mackenzie (Stratford Hall)
Shirley Phan (John Oliver)
Lauren Pureza Dagenais (Sir Winston Churchill)
Emily Que (Sir Winston Churchill)
Nykesha Quinones (Eric Hamber)
Jamina Sawal (John Oliver)
Katrina Tun (Eric Hamber)
Rachel Woo (Stratford Hall)

ROLLING THUNDER OPEN COACHES

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Alex Jew (left): Alex started playing ultimate in 2008 and first caught the coaching bug last year. He first played club with Mischief in 2010 and has since played on and off for many years with UBC and Blackfish. As a coach, he aims to provide players with a more diverse ultimate ‘toolkit’ while emphasizing injury prevention and a process-first mentality. Outside of ultimate, Alex is an avid spikeball player, baseball fan, and fantasy football champion.

Kevin Chan (middle)

Samson Hoy (right)

ROLLING THUNDER OPEN ROSTER

ROLLING THUNDER OPEN 2018

ROLLING THUNDER OPEN 2018

Ajay Bacani (John Oliver)
Colin Carino (Eric Hamber)
Vincent Chieu (David Thompson)
Marek Chu (Prince of Wales)
Ryan Graves (Point Grey)
Yoshi Inomata (Burnaby North)
Brandon Krezeski (Point Grey)
Kobe Kubota (Vancouver Technical)
Ritchie Le (Eric Hamber)
Matthew Liang (Prince of Wales)
Ernest Liu (Magee)
Vinto Liu (Gladstone)
Ahmed Ma (Prince of Wales)
Ethan Ma (Vancouver Technical)
Ryan Pei (Magee)
Fritz Rehmus (Point Grey)
George Ren (Burnaby South)
RJ Sevilla (John Oliver)
Wells Suen (Sir Winston Churchill)
Ryan Vijayaretnam (Eric Hamber)
Leo Wang (Steveston London)
Brenden Wu (Moscrop)
Lyon Yuan (Magee)


VANGUARD

VANGUARD OPEN COACHES

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Kevin Yeh (left): Kevin has only played ultimate competitively for 2 years during his junior days at Hugh McRoberts Secondary but has been assistant coaching alongside former teammate Kevin Chan for 6 years. Throughout the 6 years, 5 were with Steveston-London Secondary who has seen success in developing both a junior and a senior team and even winning City Finals in 2017. Outside of ultimate, Kevin recently graduated (finally) from UBC Faculty of Forestry.  After years of hugging trees, studying mushrooms, identifying wildlife and wandering the coastal forest of British Columbia, Kevin is now pursuing his dream of becoming an elementary school teacher.

Tyus Chow (middle): Tyus is excited for his first year of coaching in the Misfit Program.  He brings 6 years of playing experience and 3 years of coaching experience.  You will find him playing for Whitefish, grinding it out on the D-Line and turfing his first throw at CUCs.  Outside of ulti Tyus enjoys cooking, playing video games and watching basketball. He may be sensitive to being reminded that Kawhi has left the Spurs.

Richie Chan (right): Richie is excited to be coaching Vanguard this year and has been playing ultimate for 4 years. This will be his second season coaching and he is proud to be working alongside Tyus and Kevin. Outside of ultimate, Richie likes to spend his time hiking, eating and binging Brooklyn 99 on repeat.

VANGUARD OPEN ROSTER

VANGUARD OPEN 2018

VANGUARD OPEN 2018

Ishaan Aggarwal (Queen Elizabeth)
Felix Brunner (Eric Hamber)
Evan Chen (Burnaby North)
Nicholas Chiu (Steveston London)
Ayden Chow (St. John’s)
Matthew Conder (Burnaby North)
Jeremy Dauz (Hugh McRoberts)
Ken Gerald Guday (Gladstone)
Mika Han (Moscrop)
Eric Jun (Windermere)
Hans Lam (Hugh McRoberts)
Louis Le (John Oliver)
Simon Lee (Killarney)
Carlos Li (Lord Byng)
Michael Ma (Gladstone)
Angel Russel Narra (John Oliver)
Thomas Oyhenart (Stratford Hall)
Sam Pan (St. John’s)
Ryan Phan (John Oliver)
Jordan Pratap (Windermere)
Reneandro Rosario (John Oliver)
Matt Ruddock (Guildford Park)
Jordan Suh (Burnaby North)
Ricky Tran (Britannia)