Ashlin Joye, Revolver #27

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Russian Kate:

Unfortunately I didn’t have a chance to meet Ashlin in person. But I heard a lot about this young talented guy who evolved very quickly from a rookie to high level ultimate player. So I tried couple of times but every time he answered “Sorry, but no”. That was sad. Comparing to our other very experienced coaches Ashlin could be a great example that years of play is not all you need to be a good coach. Much more important is passion and intellect. 


I wanted to be captain because I believe it's my time to take on a bigger role with Revolver and help shape our future.

Our leadership has always helped us advance forward with greater goals in mind than just winning that year's championship, and I hope I can help extend Revolver's record of outstanding leadership.  

Ashlin Joye, Revolver #27