India Stubbs grew up playing ultimate in Atlanta. She was introduced to the sport as an elementary student at the Paideia School, and went to the Paideia Ultimate Summer Camp for many years before finally playing in the high school. India played for the High School Varsity Girls' team for 4 years, and captained the team for 2 years. She worked as a counselor at the Paideia Ultimate Summer Camp for many years, and has since worked as a counselor at the National Ultimate Training Camp in Amherst, MA.
In High School, India played for multiple YCC teams as well as the 2010 Junior World's team where she brought home a bronze medal for the United States. India started playing club ultimate in high school when she joined an Atlanta mixed team, Rival. She then played for Ozone and Bucket before moving up to Boston. India went to Harvard College and played for their women's team, Quasar, for 4 years, captaining the team for 3 years. She earned regional recognition as Freshman of the Year in 2012 and New England D1 Women's Player of the Year in 2014. She also played for Slow White, an elite level Boston mixed team. After graduating from Harvard in 2015, India moved back to Atlanta and played the 2016-2017 club seasons with the Atlanta women's team Ozone once again. In 2018, India is one of Ozone's co-captains as they compete at the 2018 World Ultimate Club Championships (WUCC).
India is currently living, working, and playing in Atlanta. She teaches a K/1 class at the Paideia School and is head coach of the Paideia JV girls High School team.
India returns to coach at Spin Ultimate Academy for the 2nd time, having coached in 2017.
Jericho Barbour began his Ultimate career at the young age of seven at Paideia Ultimate Frisbee Summer Camp, which he attended until the year 2008. Jericho continued his playing career as a Varsity player for Paideia High School (2008-2011), before going on to captain Georgia Southern Ultimate. In 2010, Jericho played with Team USA at the World Junior Ultimate Championships in Germany where the team won a gold medal. As a Club player, Jericho co-founded / captained Bullet Ultimate while living in the Atlanta area. Since moving to Raleigh NC in 2016 Jericho has played for Raleigh-Durhams Turbine.
Jericho has already established himself as a bright, up-and-coming coach. He coached the Georgia College men's team, Disconnected. He led the squad from 2013-2016 culminating in a 1st place Championship finish at Division III Nationals in 2016.
Jericho returns to coach at Spin Ultimate Academy for the 5th time, having coached in 2013, 2015, 2016, and 2017.