Upcoming Tournaments

After a long summer, Contra is extremely excited to take on new members and start the fall season. More information on tournaments will be shared once finalized.

Recent Results

Elephantitis (Grinell, IA)

Final Result: Champions

  • W 13-3 vs. Grinnell College
  • W 13-8 vs. Kansas State X
  • W 13-7 vs. Northern Iowa X
  • W 13-6 vs. Northern Iowa Y
  • W 13-1 vs. Iowa State
  • W 13-3 vs. Northern Iowa
          We invited roughly 15 potential rookies to play with us at Elephantitis in mid-September. The tournament served as a great opportunity for potential rookies to showcase their talent as well as an introduction to the sport and unique learning experience for those who have never played before. This year’s rookie class is proving to be exceptionally strong, and Contra is excited to soon welcome it’s new members to the team. The team looked great all weekend, ending the tournament as Elephantitis Champions with a perfect 6-0 record.

Glory Days (Rockford, IL)

Final Result: 4th Place

  • W 13-8 vs. Valparaiso
  • W 13-7 vs. Bradley
  • W 13-5 vs. Kalamazoo
  • W vs. Illinois State Y
  • W 13-10 vs. Olivet Nazarene
  • L 13-10 vs. Cincinnati
  • L 13-8 vs. Wheaton (Illinois)
          Early saturday morning brought light snow--an unwelcome surprise so early in October. However, we persevered and finished the day unbeaten and in the quarterfinals of the championship bracket. After looking sharp during Sunday's quarterfinal win over Olivet Nazarene, we fell 13-10 to Cincinnati in the semis. In our final game, we struggled offensively against the zone defense of Wheaton and lost 13-8, taking 4th place on the weekend. Overall, it was a great weekend of ultimate, and the rookies continued to show their potential as major contributers on the team.


Harvest Moon (Fayetteville, AR)

Final Result: Champions

  • W 13-6 vs. Prom Night
  • W 13-1 vs. Mario Karters
  • W 13-11 vs. Nebraska
  • W 13-10 vs. Illinois DK
  • W 12-11 vs. Mizzou
  • W 12-11 vs. Omaha State
  • W 13-3 vs. Arkansas
One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

          On the eve of Halloween, 20 Contras set out to Isengard (Fayetteville, AR) for the 24th annual Harvest Moon. It had been four years since Contra captured a Harvest title, but this collection of hobbits, dwarves, men, elves, and beasts had it set in their hearts to do just that.
          Warmups saw Gimli forget both axe and beard, but despite the tough start Contra pulled out an easy win over Prom Night Huck (Missouri S&T), 13-6. The post-game celebrations included a dwarf-tossing contest (don’t tell the elf) and the crowning of the Witch-King and his fell beast as prom queen and king.
          After a short game against a short-handed Mario Kart squad (Drury), we came up against our toughest foe of the day – the Smooth Criminals from the University of Nebraska. The Lords of the Rings came out firing, earning a couple of breaks early on to take half 7-5. Coming out of the break, however, we forgot how to play zone offense and gave up five straight to go down 10-7 in a game to 13. King Theoden decided he wasn’t going down without a fight, taking over the next upwind zone point and getting us back on defense. At this point we decided winning was more fun than losing and finished the game on a 6-1 run with some tough, gritty man defense. We would take care of our final opponents, the University of Central Arkansas, to finish first in our pool and secure a first round bye in the brackets.
          Our first place finish set up a classic rivalry game in our first game Sunday – a game against Mizzou, always a dogfight. With half of their team still dressed as “Jake from State Farm” and the other in jerseys, we knew we had the edge in the costume department. The early points saw lots of downwind trading – until we eventually got our first upwind break to take the lead. However, as was a theme the whole game, we were unable to convert the downwind break, and the game remained on serve until Mizzou eventually found their first upwind break to take a late lead, 11-10. With our backs against the wall, the fellowship took the field and punched in the upwind hold, sending the game back into a tie. Finally, with the hard cap on, Aragorn would throw the game-winning score, notching Contra’s first win over our Sectional rivals this year. Though Mizzou couldn’t pull out the win, they did manage to throw the One Ring into the fires of Mount Doom, destroying Sauron once and for all.
          In the semis, we came up against a tough (and surprisingly tall) University of Northern Omaha team. They loved to throw hucks and made quick work of our zone with pinpoint blades, but Contra managed to squeak out a win, 12-11.
          In our final game of the tournament, we rematched against Arkansas, who got the better of us at both sectionals and regionals last year. This time, the combination of stifling defense and (mostly) efficient offense led us to a 13-2 clobbering of our conference rivals, bringing home the Harvest trophy once again.
          Overall it was an incredible weekend of fun and competitiveness. We continue to see huge improvement from our rookies, and all learned to appreciate Fabio’s ability to do athletic things with long hair. Next we move on to MLC, the culmination of our fall season.

Missouri Loves Company (Columbia, MO)

Final Result: 13th Place

  • W 13-8 vs. Harding
  • W 13-4 vs. Air Force
  • W 13-7 vs. Loyola Chicago
  • W 13-6 vs. Carleton College-GOP
  • L 13-9 vs. Colorado
  • L 13-8 vs. Illinois
  • W 13-8 vs. Notre Dame
  • W 11-5 vs. Illinois State
          We were very fortunate that MLC was blessed with fantastic weather for the second year in a row. Weather aside, we took care of business on saturday convincingly sweeping the pool with some silky offense and stout defense. Dump, swing, score--they say. The disciplined offense had few turns and let up very few breaks while the defense hopped on the break train and headed for the big round of sixteen matchup vs. Colorado.
           Sunday monring's matchup vs. Colorado started square with offenses trading points for the first 9 points. We forced a couple rare turnovers, but failed to capitalize early on. However, when our offense finally turned it over Colorado capitalized, punching in the break and the 5-4 lead. After Colorado took half 7-4, we came out strong in the second half. More smooth offense and strong defense kept us in the game, but it proved to be too little too late as we eventually fell 13-9. After a tough loss to Illinois, we finished the day strong with big wins against Notre Dame and Illinois State. We say a lot of positives and some definite places to improve upon before the spring season starts, but it was another successful MLC in the end.

Easterns Qualifier (Myrtle Beach, SC)

February 21st-22nd, 2015

We're looking forward to escaping the St. Louis cold and flying to Easterns Qualifier in Myrtle Beach early this spring. Find more information at the Easterns website.

Huck Finn (St. Louis, MO)

March 28th-29th, 2015

Huck Finn 2015 is our 19th annual tournament hosted right here in St. Louis. This year's line up will be the most competative in recent memory and should make for a great tournament.Find more information at the Huck Finn tab our website.

Ozark Conference Championships (St. Louis, MO)

April 18th-19th, 2015

South Central Regional Championship (Denver, CO)

April 25th-26th, 2015