Seattle Cascades (AUDL)
The Seattle Cascades are a professional ultimate team that competes in the Western Division of the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL). During the season, the Cascades play 14 regular season games, with up to four post-season games dependent on results. The team is named after the mountain range that runs through the Pacific Northwest and their mascots are gender-neutral Sasquatches (a.k.a. Big Foots), named Casey and Kid Casey, both colored blue and gray respectively.
|Based in||Seattle, Washington|
In 2015 the team placed 2nd in the West Division, losing in the final round of the playoffs to eventual champion, the San Jose Spiders. In 2016 the team beat the San Francisco Flamethrowers to win the West Division and advanced to AUDL Championship Weekend in Madison, Wisconsin. There the Cascades staged a victory against the hometown favorite Madison Radicals and advanced to the championship game, eventually losing to the undefeated Dallas Roughnecks.