Alison Fowler, junior in marine science, passes the disc during the Women's Club Ultimate Wolfpack Invitational ultimate frisbee tournament Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014. Both men's and women's clubs hosted tournaments over the weekend, with teams from UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Greensboro, UNC-Asheville, Duke, Elon, Applachain State, and Virginia were in attendance. The men's and women's ultimate teams are two of 44 different club sports at N.C. State, offering students the opportunity to compete in various activities, including cycling, fencing, sailing, equestrian, water polo, and rugby. By: John Joyner

Alison Fowler, junior in marine science, passes the disc during the Women’s Club Ultimate Wolfpack Invitational ultimate frisbee tournament Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014. Both men’s and women’s clubs hosted tournaments over the weekend, with teams from UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Greensboro, UNC-Asheville, Duke, Elon, Applachain State, and Virginia were in attendance. The men’s and women’s ultimate teams are two of 44 different club sports at N.C. State, offering students the opportunity to compete in various activities, including cycling, fencing, sailing, equestrian, water polo, and rugby. By: John Joyner

Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Chris Rupert said:

This week’s photo of the week was taken by staff photographer John Joyner. To start off, John did a great job framing this photo. He placed the subject, who is facing right, in the left side of the frame. This gives the subject plenty of room and makes it seem like the disc could fly right across the frame. The tight cropping helps focus the reader’s attention on the offense and defense and helps reduce any distracting elements in the photo. Lastly, John made great use of the natural lighting available, which highlights both the subject and the disc.

Written by Kaitlin Montgomery

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