The Nighthawks continued their 2016 signing announcements today, adding another name to the roster for the upcoming season.

The Vancouver Nighthawks announced today the signing of David Stelck to the 2016 roster.  Stelck joins Erik Hunter and Graeme Barber as the growing core of the 2016 Nighthawks.

Stelck (6’2″, 185lbs) enters his rookie season with the Nighthawks in 2016.  Growing up playing hockey and lacrosse, Stelck was introduced to ultimate in college. A four year veteran of the University of Alberta Ultimate Team, Stelck appeared in Canadian National Championships each year from 2005-2008. In 2009, Stelck played for Psychoplastique, a club team out of Edmonton, AB, qualifying for the 2009 USA Nationals in Sarasota, Florida.

Stelck, playing for the club team Invictus, competed in the 2010 World Ultimate Club Championships in Prague, finishing as the top Canadian team (7th overall).  Stelck is a veteran of 9 Canadian Nationals, playing in both the Open and Mixed divisions.

An Edmonton native, Stelck moved to Vancouver in 2012, founding the club team Refinery. Stelck later joined the club team Blackfish, on which he has served as Captain for the past two years.

Stelck has also begun to try his hand at coaching, taking the reigns of Point Grey High School’s Junior A Team, as well as the Junior Club Team Uprise.

For additional roster announcements and team news follow the Nighthawks on Facebook and Twitter.

Think you have what it takes to join the Nighthawks?  Attend our 2016 Tryouts on March 5 and 12. More details here.

About The Author

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.