2012 All-American Team

For their stellar play at Nationals 2012, this is the All-Nationals Team.

Spencer Jardine, SVSU #77 (MVP)

Spencer was named MVP after his stellar play helped lead the Cardinals to their first ever National Championship.

Wes Hopkins, UK #1

The hardest thrower in the NCDA at over 80 mph, Wes and the University of Kentucky reached the National Championship game

Felix Perrone, WKU #76








Felix’s Hilltoppers team may not have had the results they wanted, but he played outstanding.

Camden Fullmer, Kent State #13









Camden’s strong arm and solid catching led the Golden Flashes to the National Semifinals.

Eric Sweet, CMU #9







One of the best All-Around players in the NCDA, Eric led the Chips to a 3-0 record on Saturday and to the Quarterfinals on Sunday.

Mark Trippiedi, GVSU #8






Mark was named an All-Star, helped the Lakers go to the National Semifinals, and played extremely well.

Kevin Hill, Depaul #42







“Champ” played fantastically as Depaul finished the 2012 National Tournament “undefeated.”

Jared Matthews, OSU #10







Jared is another All-Around player on this list, contributed strongly to a OSU team that went to the National Quarterfinals.

Pat Fisher, CMU #23









Pat’s power arm got the Chippewas to the National Quarterfinals, where they were knocked out by GVSU.

Chris Hess, JMU #85








Chris captained first year school JMU to an upset of Michigan State and a National Quarterfinals appearance.

Marteece Pennington, NSU #??

Marteece’s skill was a bright spot for Northwestern State’s second appearance at Nationals.

Chad Schlundt, MAD #00







Chad’s final tournament for the Archers didn’t go as well as he hoped, but he still played phenomenally.

Ryan Pattison, MAD #31







Ryan’s stellar play made Moody a tough out at Nationals.

Eric Paul, MSU #9







Eric’s all around play helped MSU advance to the National Quarterfinals.

Thomas Kidd, UK #2









Thomas played great en route to a National Championship Game appearance for the Wildcats.

Troy Dixon, Depaul #25









Troy’s arm and leadership helped Depaul play extremely well at Nationals 2012.

Andy Malnor, MSU #2







Playing for the final time for the Spartans, Andy was almost able to help pull off a miracle comeback against SVSU.

Kyle Fitzpatrick, Kent #72









Kyle led his team into battle for the last time at Nationals, helping them to reach the National Semifinals.

Author: hiller87

Former Captain of the MSU Club Dodgeball Team, former NCDA Chief of Content.

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