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Unlike NCAA run sports, Ultimate Frisbee is run by the
UPA ([http://www. upa.org www.upa.org]) and all colleges compete in one large division broken into regions. As a result, Williams often finds itself competing against schools more than 10 times its size . Despite this, WUFO has had varied success over the years, most recently winning the West New England sectional tournament 2005 through 2007 and sending teams to Nationals in 2003 and 2007.
In addition to sporting an A-team and 2 B-teams, WUFO members are often lifelong friends and frequently come back to visit one another and current Wufites. WUFO alums (or [[Kraftee|Kraftees]]) have gone on to play and coach many NE teams; most notable is WUFO's presence on DoG and Twisted Metal, two NE club teams who are both top 10 nationally.
spring, WUFO holds the [ [Purple Valley Tournament]].
A unofficial but deeply entrenched part of the WUFO culture is the holding of creative theme parties. There is even an elected member of the WUFO board dedicated to planning these events, the
Master/Mistress of Vice . Parties are typically not quite invite-only but not all-campus either.
The below variations on the rules of the game may be suggested by a player (usually by just shouting out the variation name when he thinks there will be general agreement) and may endure for one point or the rest of the game.
Dew Point''' The next point can only be scored by a diving catch .