I just wanted to send a quick message out to everyone. The Subject: Injuries related to Dodgeball.
While I’m chiefly interested in injuries during matches and JV matches, I’d also like you report injuries that happen at practices/regular dodgeball nights. Even report those incidents that might happen outside of a scrimmage, but still during practice time, and in practice space. (i.e. People were horsing around between games and sustained a sprained ankle from slipping on a ball.) Continue reading “Injury Notice”
JAMES MADISON – UREC: SVSU goes 4-1 including 1 OT Loss, Kent 4-1, JMU 3-2-1OTL, Miami 2-2, WKU 2-2, TU 1-4, and VCU 0-4 in the Big East Appalachian Super Tournament II [BEAST II] Continue reading “JMU BEAST II Results”
This past month has been a good one for this humble website. We’ve seen some great content from a number of different writers, all for the reason for celebrating past memories and highlighting the development of the League.
We’ve featured 8 teams, 14 articles, and even an alumni named Baller of the Month, the great Josh Raymer. And no, this entire month wasn’t a giant diabolical plan to give the Big Giant Head the award he created! Truly, everyone, thank you for time and support. Its been an awesome read. Check out the breakdown after the Jump. Continue reading “Alumni Appreciation Month: Recap”
For the Mean Green Dodgeball Club, Friday nights consist of colorful rubber balls flying in all directions and hitting members square in the stomach while blasting themed music in the background. Continue reading “NT Daily: Mean Green Dodgeball”
When reflecting on and appreciating the various esteemed alumni to have graced the court at Saginaw Valley, I did not necessarily save the best for last. We have had many great men on our team, too many for me to continue writing articles this month seeing as these articles tend to take precedence over schoolwork. I saved perhaps the most noted guy for last. Nay, the most passionate man. Cut the bull, we’re talking about Jason Stein, “The Most Hated Man in Dodgeball.” Continue reading “Alumni Appreciation: Jason Stein”