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Poultry Name: Cluck Buddies
Contact Name: Adam Smith
City of Origion: Kalamazoo, MI
Team Name: Cluck Buddies
Email Address: smith.adam.carl@gmail.com
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Team Bio: KCUF Alumni and Friends (AKA Cluck Buddies) is the most fun you've ever had playing ultimate. Period. We pride ourselves in being more spirited, inclusive, drunk, and straight up fun than than a new brood of baby chicks (we also might be cuter). We never take ourselves too seriously and know more spirit games, cheers, chants, good natured heckles, and arbitrary reasons to drink than there are eggs in a coop of hens. We won't always beat you on the field but we WILL have way more fun on the sidelines, in the end zone, and at the afterparty. In fact, most often we ARE the afterparty. KCUF is probably best know in the region for bringing more lady ulti players to open tournaments than there are hens in a roost and we really wouldn't have it any other way. Not only are we more fun than a rooster in a cockfight, we're also a bunch of liberal arts hippies so we'll definitely do a better job of cleaning our campsite while hungover/still drunk from the night before than a brood of chickens taking a dust bath. We love playing together, welcoming new chicks into the nest, and competing against other fun, spirited, salmonella-free teams. Newly-minted (last year) as "Cluck Buddies" we are EXACTLY the kind of team Oshadega wants at Poultry Days 2018 (2019). In fact, it's a crime on par with not throwing a hammer when no one is open and someone drunkenly calls for it from the sideline that we've never been before. Vote for Cluck Buddies. Help us fulfill our destiny.
Team History: Last year was our first Poultry Days, we went 2-2 on Saturday and lost on Sunday with short numbers (some field injuries, some party casualties). We should be bringing a slightly stronger team this year, so similar seeding seems about right.