One of the most decorated and revered players in the sport, Beau Kittredge is one of the best players in the game. Hailing from Fairbanks, Alaska, Beau first honed his game with Mamabird at the University of Colorado before joining club teams Denver Johnny Bravo and San Francisco Revolver. All told, Beau has won five world and three club titles. By day, he's a children's book writer.

Good Job, Ultimate Community

by August 21, 2015, 6:03am 0

Beau puts aside the jokes for some real talk about the recent developments in ultimate. He even compliments Seattle Sockeye.

Is Beach Ultimate’s Future?

by May 14, 2015, 11:26am 0

Beau Kittredge on why Beach Ultimate is the sport's best chance at long term success.

What I’m Up To

by March 2, 2015, 10:17am 0

It's gonna be a big year for Beau, from running a youth camp to training three times a day to making friends. And, you know... maybe taking a shotgun to a frozen cone of poo.


by February 3, 2015, 4:23am 0

Heartbreak can pay us a visit on or off the field. Beau talks about both in his 2015 debut.

Why I Joined E.R.I.C.

by October 15, 2014, 7:30am 0

Beau talks about why he's partnering with E.R.I.C., a non-profit aimed at teaching kids to recognize cancer symptoms.

What I Learned

by September 22, 2014, 5:06am 0

Beau bids readers farewell with an overview of what he learned from his AUDL experience along with a look toward next season.

Worlds in Words

by September 2, 2014, 6:00am 0

After a few weeks of reflecting, Beau shares some thoughts from Worlds.

Double Standards

by July 15, 2014, 10:15am 0

Drawing from myriad personal experiences, Beau explores the double standards aimed at female athletes and their bodies.

Froot Loops

by July 1, 2014, 9:25am 0

Anonymous commenters can have their Froot Loops and eat them too. Beau unleashes the smackdown on a commenter's harsh words about Revolver and selling out.

Beau Chats With the Commish

by June 17, 2014, 4:36am 0

Beau interviews AUDL Commissioner Steve Gordon about how the league compares to the MLU, its plans to expand to cities like Denver, and shortening the length of games.