Here is the link to the minutes from the first NCDA Executive Board meeting of the 2015/2016 season, which took place on July 28, 2015.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
The NCDA Constitution, Bylaws, and Policies defines our brand of dodgeball. Each Member has the opportunity to voice their opinion about these documents and issues. Hopefully we can get all 24 full Member Teams to provide their input on this.
Year by year the NCDA strives to further its legitimacy. At the beginning of May we went out a satisfaction survey about 2015 Nationals. Nationals is, in my opinion, the most important aspect of our organization because of what it stands for. It is a time for everyone to come together to show off their team, enjoy each others’ company, and have some fun. So it is our hope to continue to help create an atmosphere that is most desirable and satisfactory to all whom attend. We asked a series of questions assessing the satisfaction of different elements of Nationals to which we had 43 responses. The results can be found below.
As a non-profit organization we would like to invite all of our organizational members to look over the finances to see where the money you all have donated or paid to us is going. Continue reading “2015 NCDA Treasury Report”
NCDA Executive Board Members in attendance: Zigmas Maloni, Felix Perrone, Nick Johnson
Notes on the Meeting:
- Went over the Nationals Budget.
- Added a few items we missed, updated the list of entry fees which included extra shirts and pizza ordered from JMU.
- Addressed the Officiating payments.
- Generally, pay will start at Minimum Wage (about 7.25 / game) with Head Referee getting more pay for each game.
- Went over some of the Alumni and Ladies registrations.
- Discussed potential income from business for sponsors.
- Some discussion had in the current state of the four ranking systems, and the seeding needs for the Sunday Tournament bracket with 15 teams.
- Standard 16 team bracket with 1 seed getting a bye.
- Set a hard deadline for a Nationals Saturday scheduled pool release on April 9th.
- May try to be earlier, depends on schedule.
Meeting Duration: 1:45
Attention All: Sorry about the extreme delay on this year’s rulebook release, we really went through everything and fine-tuned the format, grammar, and some of the rules that might have been difficult to interpret. Most of this year’s rule changes don’t actually alter the game, other than [18.104.22.168 & 22.214.171.124] which is primarily to blame for our delay in publishing.
The changes this year primarily focused on making the rules more easily understood for those who are new and interested in playing by the NCDA’s ruleset, as well as those who have been playing for years. We invite every member of the NCDA to read through the rulebook and offer some sort of suggestion for future changes. Again, we apologize for this year’s delay, but hope everyone will take the time to become familiar with the changes before this year’s Nationals at Western Kentucky University April 11-12.
At the Annual Captain’s Meeting on the evening of April 11th we will vote on any changes the league would like to see added or retracted from the 2015/2016 rulebook which will be published by September 1, 2015. Please post any rule change suggestions to the forum for further discussion. If you have any questions, please comment below and a member of the NCDA Executive Board will be happy to answer
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As a non-profit organization we would like to invite all of our organizational members to look over the finances to see where the money you all have donated or paid to us is going. Continue reading “2014 NCDA Treasury Report”