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The NCDA + Campus Causes
October 4, 2018 – To kick off the 2018-2019 season, the National Collegiate Dodgeball Association (NCDA), the official governing body for competitive collegiate dodgeball in the United States, is launching a partnership with Campus Causes to help their 38 active member teams raise more money to assist with their travel, equipment, and gym expenses. Students, coaching staff, friends, family, and alumni can now donate and “shop-to-raise” hundreds of brands with a portion of each purchase going back to their favorite team.
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For those commentating at Nationals 2018, or just those interested in seeing who is on which team this year, the rosters for each team are listed below.
Continue reading “Nationals 2018 Team Rosters”
I made a post in the NCDA Capt Club Facebook group asking for the leaders of the teams to pose any questions they may have regarding the NCDA, dodgeball, or me personally. This was just a way to get some fresh content on the NCDA site. So let’s see what they came up with:
Continue reading “AMA – Felix Perrone”
Written by Kenny Mize
THE NCDA TAKES ON THE WORLD!! October 21st-22nd
The World Dodgeball Championships are this weekend, and the NCDA was privileged to receive an invitation to play in this event from Duane Wysynski, President of Dodgeball Canada.
The NCDA will be fielding two teams during this event, USA Blue and USA Red. The two teams are led by two of most experienced dodgeball players in the NCDA. Kenneth Mize (Saginaw Valley) will be leading the USA Blue team, while Jeff Starr (Ohio State) will be leading the USA Red squad. Selecting the teams were hard, we had some long and fierce deliberation between Jeff and Myself. The teams were hard to pick but after a few days we finally figured out our teams. Here I will now go into the depth about the teams and the strengths of each team, also I will include who was our number 1 pick and why for each team. Continue reading “World Dodgeball Federation Preview”
From the office of the President:
All policies and the bylaws of this organization were updated in early September 2017 prior to the season’s beginning. Final touches were recently added to the bylaws during the first week of October 2017. All policies and bylaws are up-to-date and officially published. Enjoy the read!
The NCDA is partnering with a start-up company called Lucid Travel (lucidtravel.us). They help college club teams raise money by booking hotels using existing travel sites like Priceline, Hotel Planner, & Booking.com. Prices and options are the same but your team gets money back.
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Thanks to a new partnership with The National Collegiate Dodgeball Association (NCDA) and Save the Children, a day of friendly competition can help change the world.
This new collaboration will bring together fun and fundraising to help support Save the Children, which gives children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm both in the United States and around the word.
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I’ve received several inquiries for my thoughts on the rule changes for the 2017/2018 season. Rather than answering everyone individually, I thought this may be a better option. If you have any questions about my responses, please comment below! I’ll be happy to delve into this deeper.
Continue reading “President’s Thoughts on Recent Rule/Policy Changes”
Continuing on an article written in October 2016 where the distance each team traveled per season was calculated, I have compiled the 2017 season data.
Enjoy. Continue reading “2017 Season Travel Summary”
For those commentating at Nationals 2017, or just those interested in seeing who is on which team this year, the rosters for each team are listed below.
Continue reading “Nationals 2017 Rosters”
This policy proposal was authored in two parts by Felix Perrone and Adam Hynes. Both parties wish to see change to the single-elimination bracket portion of Nationals, but they wish to see things change a bit differently.
Continue reading “Policy Proposal – Reformatting the Bracket for Nationals”
On 2017-03-30, the NCDA Executive Board has voted 5-0 in favor of changing the following rule effective immediately.
126.96.36.199 Airborne Balls – All Balls immediately become dead. No Direct Catches or Direct Hits may be made with a Direct Throw that was airborne before the whistle was blown.
188.8.131.52.1 Exception: If a Target is hit, then a Timeout Stoppage of Play is called before the ball is ruled Dead, the Target and his teammates still have the opportunity to complete a Direct Catch or Team Catch. Failure to make a catch will result in the Target being considered out.
New, effective immediately:
184.108.40.206 Airborne Balls – All Balls are live until they become Dead [2.1.5].
220.127.116.11.1 Referee Discretion – If a referee is unable to determine whether a thrown ball was released before the stoppage of play was called, the ball will return to the throwing team. If a thrown ball was released after the stoppage of play, that ball will be returned to the throwing team.
Basically, if a timeout is called, all airborne balls are live until they are dead. If the final whistle blows and balls are in the air, they are still live until they hit the ground/wall/ceiling/whatever.
The 2017 Rulebook has been updated to version 1.1.
Here is the schedule for Nationals 2017. These are not the matchups. This is just the schedule of events. Comment below with your questions.
Continue reading “Nationals 2017 Schedule of Events”
Cross Post: Captains’ Club
Written by Lucas Salinas:
Rule Proposal: Shot Clock Officials should only count up. i.e. 1 to 15 or 1 to 10
Continue reading “Rule Proposal – Shot Clock Counted Up”
The draft for the 2017 NCDA All Star game, presented by SAVAGE Apparel Co, aired this evening at 8pm. In case you missed it, the video is linked here and the results are below!
Continue reading “2017 NCDA All Star Draft Results”