Get to know your captains

KARL LOISEAUENGLISH - I started playing ultimate in the summer of 2009 with BigFish, the Ottawa mixed B team at the time. During the fall of 2009 I moved on to play with the Carleton Ravens, winning gold at the Canadian University Ultimate Championships, while also playing club ultimate with Phoenix, the top Ottawa open team. My stint ... More

Alec Arsenault becomes third Outlaw to sign with team

 Hailing from Moncton, NB, Alec Arsenault was an unknown commodity heading into tryouts. He was quickly able to grab the attention of the captains and evaluators during the first Outlaws' combine by making big play after big play. Alec is a relentless striker who will catch anything thrown at him and will capture the hearts of the ... More

Andy Corey joins Outlaws as second official signing

Andy Corey started playing Ultimate in 1999. He is one of the longest standing players on Phoenix. What do you get from Andy? A strong and reliable defensive player, known mostly for his massive, booming pulls perfectly placed in the corner of the opposing end zone. Even though Andy is a relentless d-line superstar, he is, as he puts it ... More

Outlaws announce first-ever signing: Derek Alexander

 The first Ottawa Outlaws player signed for the 2015 season is none other than Derek Alexander, aka - The Franchise. Derek started playing Ultimate in 1998, and soon became a sensation across Canada. His tremendous talent got him invited to international tournaments with legacy teams like Furious George (BC). He has represented ... More

Welcome Ottawa

The American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL), the United States’ first and fastest growing professional ultimate Frisbee league, announced it would debut its 20th team, the Ottawa Outlaws, in the 2015 season. An ownership group that boasts extensive sports management and business development experience, as well as knowledge of the elite eastern ... More

Ultimate 101

The sport of Ultimate originated in the fall of 1968 when a student at Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey named Joel Silver proposed his idea of a new sport to the student council. Silver had learned about the sport from an instructor, Jared Kass, at Mt. Hermon summer school earlier that year. The next year, the first game was ... More