One of the men in tights tracks down a hotly contested disc.

One of the men in tights tracks down a hotly contested disc (Photo Credit: Van Aken Photography) .

A zombie farmer, not to be confused with Sienna Mann the sneetch, searching for human flesh. (Photo Credit: Laura Newman Eckstein)

A zombie farmer, not to be confused with Sienna Mann the sneetch, searching for human flesh. (Photo Credit: Laura Newman Eckstein)

The Sneetches!!! (Photo Credit: Maddy Durante)

The Sneetches!!! (Photo Credit: Maddy Durante)

The Donkeys!!! Photo Credit: Stuart Hean

The Donkeys!!! Photo Credit: Stuart Hean

Over the weekend of November 2nd and 3rd the merry men in tights of Sherwood Forest gallivanted onto the featherbed fields in order to rob from the rich and give to the poor. Meanwhile female zombie farmers roamed the observatory fields seeking out human flesh…

That’s one interpretation of the events that transpired last weekend. Another explanation is simply that it was Haverween.

The Men’s and Women’s Ultimate Frisbee Teams, the Donkeys and Sneetches respectively, hosted their annual Ultimate Frisbee team tournament with over 28 teams from different colleges in attendance. Both teams came in second over all in their tournaments.

The Men’s tournament was highlighted by an 11-10 victory over top-seeded Dickinson in the semi-final thanks to a full field pass from Elias Borne to Harrison Schell. Sadly they fell short against rival St. Joes in the Men’s Championship game. The Sneetches put up a valiant fight but fell to the Haverford Alumni in the Women’s Championship game.

For scores and more information on the Women’s Tournament follow this link.

For scores and more information on the Men’s Tournament go here.

For photos of the Men’s Tournament visit Van Aken Photography.

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  • Jacob Lowy ’14 is a Political Science major at Haverford College. He is a co-president of the Haverford Students' Council, former captain and current member of the Haverford Men’s Ultimate Frisbee Team and also plays violin. Jacob works for the Haverford Student Activities Office. In his free time, Jacob enjoys running, reading historical fiction, playing FIFA and watching the NBA.

  • 7 November 2013
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