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CWRUL Memorial Tournament - Spring 2020

For the 8th year, Case Western will host the CWRUL Memorial tournament on March 21st-22nd at Kilbourne Run Sports Park in Columbus, OH.

CWRUL 2020, in partnership with Oshadega, will be USAU sanctioned and will be a part of the college regular season. We are currently looking to host 24 women's teams and 24 men's teams.

CWRUL will again be hosted at Kilbourne Run Sports Park, with Nafzger Park reserved as a backup field in the event of poor weather. In addition to this, you can expect the usual amenities including lined fields, an athletic trainer, tournament food, water, prizes, merchandise, and so much more. 

Where: Kilbourne Run Sports Park, Columbus, OH (https://goo.gl/maps/2EBWwo1MdH82)
When: March 21st-22nd 2020
Bid Fee: Before March 1,  $400/team, $25 discount for each additional team 
After March 1, $425/team, $25 discount for each additional team

For any questions/comments, contact Sophia, Glenn, and Jarrell at cwrultds@gmail.com We look forward to see you at CWRUL 2020!

May 7, 1979 – Oct. 5, 2006

Rima was a talented, leading member of Case Women's Ultimate during its early years. In her honor, The Rima Foundation was formed to support the growth of Ultimate in Northeast Ohio.  This includes the awarding of scholarships to local ultimate players.  More Information can be found at RimaGives or on Facebook.  If you would like to make a donation, they may be accepted in person, or via paypal: rimagives@gmail.com

Dr. Philip W. Morrison Jr.

Professor Morrison was an enthusiastic and well respected figure on the ultimate field as well as in the classroom. As a chemical engineering professor at Case, Morrison charmed his students with his excellent sense of humor and care he showed his students. Professor Morrison was battling renal cancer through part of teaching career as well as during his ultimate career; unfortunately, he passed away in 2002. As the founding advisor for the Case Western Ultimate team, he has played a major role in shaping this club into what it is today. We hold this tournament annually in honor of this incredible player, teacher, mentor, and friend whose enthusiasm and spirit we do our best to uphold. 

Philip Richey
February 8, 1986 - October 31, 2008 

Philip Richey was a Case student, University of Cincinnati alumni, and brother of John Richey of the Fighting Gobies and Jawbone. Philip committed suicide after a long struggle with depression and bulimia. In his spare time Philip was an experimental chef and avid bass guitar player. May his death serve as a reminder of how precious life is, and how critical it is to help those who struggle with mental illnesses and eating disorders.