Miner Threat was founded in 2004 at Missouri S&T. The last time we made it to Nationals was in 2011, when we placed third. Our ultimate program has been growing and rebuilding ever since, focusing on each player’s contribution to our team success instead of relying on individual stars.
We hail from a small engineering school, using whatever resources we can find to our advantage. Our practice field doubles as a cricket pitch, has more dirt than grass and often injures our players more than tournaments do. Regardless of the obstacles in our path, we keep playing and improving at our game. We treat each other like family, as every practice involves both the men’s and women’s teams, and we never cease to support each other on the way to team success.
In the 2018 season, Miner Threat faced several tough match ups, but never once did we doubt ourselves. Even in the close losses, we learned how we should tweak our game to become better. All that hard work paid off when we swept regionals, defeating every bid-earning team in our region. Keep an eye out for us at Nationals. Don’t sleep on the Threat!
College Championship Appearances