Grand Valley State won the 2013 National Title by beating Michigan State 3-0 in the title game. The Lakers had to knock off Bowling Green, James Madison, and Kentucky to get there, and they continued their stellar play by defeating the Spartans.
More results will be posted later on!
Possibly considered the “Pool of Death”, Pool D has four NCDA mainstays in #4 Saginaw Valley, #8 Ohio State, #11 Western Kentucky, and #16 DePaul. Continue reading “POOL D PREVIEW”
Pool C has two heavyweights, #3 James Madison and #6 Grand Valley, and two teams who have been around for a few years now in #12 Miami and #21 Northwestern State.
Continue reading “POOL C PREVIEW”
Pool B is represented well, with #2 Kentucky, #5 Michigan State, #13 Bowling Green, and newcomer Penn State.
Continue reading “POOL B PREVIEW”
Pool A features #1 Kent State, #8 Central Michigan, #10 Towson, #14 Wisconsin-Platteville, and the “Miscellaneous Team” that features players from Moody Bible, North Texas, and Louisville. Continue reading “POOL A PREVIEW”
Interested in a little in depth information for the 2013 All Star Game? Look no further! Thanks to Dylan Fettig (GVSU #24) for the help!
Continue reading “All Star Game Facts”
Led by captains Dan Shackelford (Kent) and Felix Perrone (WKU), here are your Brave Little Toasters:
Continue reading “2013 All Star Results: The Brave Little Toasters”
The Monstars are led by Sam Hiller (MSU) and Zigmas Maloni (DePaul):
Continue reading “2013 All Star Draft Results: Monstars”
April Annihilation begins with the 2013 All Star Draft, tonight at 9:15pm EST on Google+ and Youtube, as well as ncdadodgeball.com. Captains Dan Shackelford and Felix Perrone of the Brave Little Toasters and Sam Hiller and Zigmas Maloni of the Monstars will do their part to split up the All Stars into the best All Star Game yet.
However, the fun continues Sunday night, as Zac Brown of UK Dodgeball will release the schedule for Nationals live on Google+ and Youtube, and he will be joined by a group of NCDA veterans who will be breaking down the pools. It is tenatively scheduled for 9:30pm EST this Sunday!
Be sure to check them out if you’re interested!
Regions are fluid and flexible. They are designed to group teams together based on who teams play the most. For example, MSU, GV, SV, and CMU played each other a total of 19 matches in the 2013 Season. They are grouped in the MI region because they play each other, not because of any special geographical significance. Although distance may play a part in how teams play each other more regularly, the important thing is the end result. Regions are based on statistics.
Here is a sheet detailing who’s played who for the 2013 season. I’ve included the upcoming DePaul-Moody match. Continue reading “Region Realignment”
The 2013 All Star Draft will be held live in a Google Hangout, recorded, and uploaded to YouTube after. See the Captains and Nationals bossman Zac Brown pick their teams.
Check out your 2013 All Stars after the jump: Continue reading “2013 All Stars”
Here are three potential pool setups and a possible bracket (if everything goes chalk on Saturday) if we end up with 18 teams at Nationals:
Continue reading “Nationals 2013 Possible Saturday Pools and Sunday Bracket”