It’s just before the start of the fourth quarter of the Nashville NightWatch’s last home game of the season, and the players are behind by 11 points. In fact, the professional ultimate frisbee team has not won a single game this year.
The coach sets them a less ambitious target. “Our goal coming in was winning this quarter,” he says, before starting a team chant and sending the players back into the field.
The Nashville NightWatch has only been around for three years, and it's not known for winning many games. But it does have something that sets it apart from the other professional teams in the country: It has the only woman in the entire league.