No Surf  Ultimate · Male Competitive

Starts:
2015-05-30 00:00:00.0
Ends:
2015-05-31 00:00:00.0
Registration Dates:
2015-03-15 – Sat May 02 23:59:59 EDT 2015 regular
Sun May 03 00:00:00 EDT 2015 – 2015-05-23 late
Location:
Polo FIelds
Team Fees
Regular 350.0 per team
Late 375.0 per team

Welcome to No Surf 2015 - The Rima Viliamas-Boncha Memorial Tournament!  



We will be back at the Cleveland Metroparks Polo Fields, hosting up at 16 of the regions open teams.  We have shifted the tournament earlier this year in hopes of it being utilized as a try-out tournament - we encourage teams to bring split squads and will offer a slightly discounted price for bringing 2 teams.  Traditional tournament fare will be provided.  



If you have any questions, please use the 'Contact Us' button at the top of the page!

For those of us fortunate enough to have known Rima Viliamas-Boncha, we can tell you with great certainty that she was a living example of what being part of the ultimate community is about. She was the type of friend, teammate and advocate we all hope to be. Through Ultimate, we become more than competitors, we become family. It is in light of this sense of unity that we pay tribute to her As a player, Rima had her hand in many aspects of the game, captaining college and club teams, coordinating series tournaments, running Cleveland summer league, organizing women's clinics and playing competitively at the club level. She had all the throws, and as her competitors know, that included a threatening huck, lowrelease break and unstoppable high-release backhand. As an advocate of Ultimate, Rima could often be found smiling and playing somewhere across the country, be it with teams in Austin, Hawaii, Mars, Poultry Days, Gender Blender, New Years Fest and more. Beyond her contributions to Ultimate, what made Rima so special was the way she touched our lives. She was always there with a smile, whether it was a game, party or hanging out with friends. Her positive attitude made her uber fun to be around and the type of friend who showed us how to live life to the fullest. In June, at age 27, Rima was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer. On July 7, she lived her dream of marrying Jeremiah Boncha in front of family and friends in Cleveland. Although she lost the fight to cancer after just four short months, we will continue to celebrate her life and will always remember her on and off the field. 

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