Ultimate Frisbee Club

Moose Ultimate Southwest, or MÜS for short, is Southwest high School's Ultimate Frisbee team. Come join in the fun!

We play in both the fall and the spring, and we encourage everyone with an interest in Ultimate and Frisbees to come out and play! Learn to throw and catch a disc! Sure we field teams in competitive leagues, but ultimate is all about the Spirit of the Game (fair play and mutual respect). We provide numerous opportunities for everyone to learn and play. Anyone who wants to play will play -- even if you've never played before.  There are no cuts.  Even part-time participation is enthusiastically embraced!

Getting TeamSnap Notifications
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 12:25 PM

If you're not getting MÜS TeamSnap messages, you may need to change your settings so that you do! This is how we communicate important information to the team, and if there's a last minute change for a game time or location, this is how you'll know about it.

You can customize the settings for what makes the most sense for you (email, text, and/or phone notifications). You set them all by editing your information on the Roster in the app on your phone or on a computer. Here's how to do it in the iPhone app (should be the same or similar for Android):

  1. Open your name on the Roster.
  2. Tap Edit (upper right corner).
  3. Tap the email address (and edit it or add a new one as necessary).
  4. Turn on the switch to get team emails.
  5. Tap your mobile number (and edit it or add a new one as necessary).
  6. Turn on the alerts switch (so you will get text message alerts that are sent to the team) and select your carrier.
  7. Tap Save (upper right corner).

You may also wish to customize the TeamSnap notifications settings so that get push notifications on your phone for messages sent. You can set these in the general Notifications settings for your Phone or in the general TeamSnap Settings.

Spring Season Photos
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 6:40 AM

Links to the Flickr photo albums for the spring season are posted at the bottom of the spring season page. If you log in to Flickr, you can download high resolution individual photos or full albums.