What a season. After a Covid-shortened 2019-20 and the lost season of 2020-21, College Dodgeball was back with a vengeance in 2021-22. New faces popped up on teams across the country, and new stars emerged. Congratulations the the following 12 players for being selected as 2022 1st Team All-Americans:Continue reading “2022 College Dodgeball All-American Team”
The National Collegiate Dodgeball Association continues to expand at a rapid pace. As the number of teams and players in the league increases, so does the competition to make the All-American Team. As we have reached the end of the 14th season of College Dodgeball, it is time to announce the players who have earned a spot on this year’s list. Congrats to all the fantastic players on this list.
College Dodgeball is a brutal sport to play. And yet, the NCDA has plenty of tough, talented female ballers across the country who excel in this difficult form of dodgeball. This year, we saw many female players in leadership roles with their clubs, and many more earning spots on their team’s starting lineup. The women of the NCDA continue to prove they can compete with the best players out there, and it has never been more clear than this season. This year’s All-American list is loaded with talented, smart, and passionate players. Listed below is your 2018 Women’s All-American Team:
This year we will be doing something that we’ve never done before, the women of the NCDA are finally getting the recognition they deserve. There are many talented ladies in the league, as showcased in the Lady’s match at nationals the past couple of years. Every season the match grows in number and talent. The women on this list are not to be taken lightly and are dedicated members of the squads that they represent. Without further delay, the 2016-2017 Women’s All-American Team!
After the intensity and discussion that resulted from the First Team All-American list, the NCDA will now present the Second Team All-American list for the first time since the 2012-2013 season. There were certainly a lot of great options in a year with more talent than ever before. Listed below are this years Second Team members as selected by their peers.
Another year of college dodgeball is in the books. While we continue to recover from what was another exciting year playing the best sport on earth, we do have some big news to share.
Listed below are the 15 individuals selected as 2017 College Dodgeball All-Americans. Each of these players did an outstanding job on the court this season, and are more than deserving of this recognition.
Along with each name on this list is a brief description, written by a member of the NCDA Content team. Congratulations to each of these athletes for etching their name into the NCDA history books as College Dodgeball All-Americans!
Also, please note that we will be releasing the second team (players ranked 16-30) later this week. Stay on the lookout for that.
Without further ado… here are your 2017 All-Americans:
It is that time of year again! The 2015-16 National Collegiate Dodgeball Association’s season came to a close just a few short weeks ago.
All of the votes are finally in, so we can now present to you the 2016 All-American Team. Congratulations to these 15 gentlemen for their incredible individual performances this year. Becoming an All-American is no small accomplishment.
Listed below are the 15 All-Americans determined by a league wide vote. This list is in preferential order with #1 being the 2016 MVP. Below each name is a small description of the player and his successes this year. These brief descriptions were written by a few different members of the NCDA Content Team.
Without further ado, here is your 2016 All-American Team:
What a year of Dodgeball we had. The regular season was full of massive tournaments with turnouts from all over the nation, upsets left and right and a very even field of competition that has not happened in a long time. As usual, the most anticipated event of the year was Nationals, hosted by the fine members of Western Kentucky University. As expected, they did a fantastic job of filming and keeping to the schedule. Along with that, Nationals was full of close games and upsets that shocked many members throughout the league, thus making it a very exciting weekend. After we all had some time to gather our thoughts and get caught up with school, each member team and 3 primary officials were given a weeks time to send in a roster of 15 players that they believe should be on this year’s first ever “All-American” team. A total of 10 teams and 2 of the 3 officials selected sent in their list to comprise our All-American team.
Congratulations to the following individuals:
For outstanding play at this year’s Nationals in Ohio State, here is the 2014 All Nationals Team:
- Kevin Bailey: MVP
- Camden Fullmer
- Eric Paul
- Felix Perrone
- Dylan Fettig
- Brent Gromer
- Max Siler
- Mike Van Ermen
- Myles Shephard
- Colin O’Brien
- Dan Shackelford
- Joe Tobin
- Mark Trippiedi
- Joey Cardella
- Trevor Nordberg
Here are your 2013 All Nationals performers, as voted on by the captains of the league: Continue reading “2013 ALL NATIONALS TEAM”
For their stellar play at Nationals 2012, this is the All-Nationals Team.