New Ironside player Miles Montgomery-Butler throws a flick. Photo courtesy of Tim Morrill.
hat is to come?
The Ironside boys have been putting in additional work with ultimate’s premiere trainer, Tim Morrill Morrill dedication and work ethic is contagious and his guidance will no doubt have Boston pushing their limits . Only time will tell how this all will manifest on the field. If their play early in the season is any indication, the O line has picked up just where last year’s had left off thanks to the lack of roster turnover. With their D line full of talented, experienced players, Boston looks poised to perform this season.
The pieces are all there, but the job is not nearly done for Ironside.
“Up and down the roster I think we realize how hard we need to work from now until the end of October to put ourselves in the best position possible to succeed once the eries begins in September”
Captain George Stubbs aggrees, adding, “we’re developing the best team we can, and we need to adapt to each and every team we play.” Taking down programs like Revolver, Doublewide and Johnny Bravo will be no easy task, but bring the title back to Boston for the first time since 1999.
Alex Cooper while with Tufts. Photo courtesy of Will Butt.
Feature photo thanks to Scobel Wiggins. Ironside’s Russell Wallack marks Sockeye’s Mike Caldwell at ECC 2011.
Thank you to those of you who alerted us that Wisconsin’s Alex Simmons will also be playing his first year with Ironside. Due to his late arrival to the team this season we were unable to get in touch with him to include him in this article. Nonetheless we look forward to seeing how he contributes to the team this year despite our inability to include him in this piece.