Courtesy of Brad Polen, JMU Public Relations Chairman:
Aaron Rodgers led his team to the Packers Dodgeball Tournament Championship, wrapping up their three day Mini-Camp for offseason practices. Rodgers, along with teammates such as Mason Crosby, Randall Cobb, and Johnny Jolly, were able to knock off James Jones’ squad for the title. In the championship game, it came down to a two on two (Rodgers and rookie Lane Taylor vs Jones and Jordy Nelson) and Rodgers, who has one career reception for -1 yards, made a huge catch on Nelson to make it three on one before taking down James Jones. Now Rodgers, and his pseudo-rival have something in common, as former Packer Brett Favre has also played in a dodgeball tournament this season.
Kat Takeda, formerly of DePaul Dodgeball, has been selected to Team USA for their trip to New Zealand for the World Dodgeball Federation’s World Championship. She is the first dodgeballer chosen from the NCDA, and is one of the best players to come from the NCDA, male or female, ever. There is still a little time for people to apply for Team USA, but hurry! More information is available in this post.
Published April 17, 2013 at 5:25 PM
By ADAM KNORR
The Grand Valley State University club dodgeball team was founded in 2005. The program became a dynasty almost immediately. Continue reading “GV Lanthorn: GVSU Dodgeball club defeats Michigan State to win the national title”
Led by captains Dan Shackelford (Kent) and Felix Perrone (WKU), here are your Brave Little Toasters:
Club looks to prove its dominance at Nationals
Some teams rebuild. Others simply reload.
After losing eight players from last year’s national championship team, the SVSU dodgeball club has set its sights on silencing the doubters who have tabbed it as a rebuilding program. Continue reading “Valley Vanguard: SVSU looks to prove its dominance at Nationals”
By William Wright in the Kentucky Kernel on February 6, 2013
UK will be hosting the 2013 National Collegiate Dodgeball Association Nationals tournament April 13.
UK dodgeball is ranked No. 1 in the nation [sic-at time of publishing, UK is 2nd], so morale for the tournament is high. Continue reading “KY Kernel: UK dodgeball team hosting nationals”
PHOTO STORY: DODGE, DUCK, DIP, DIVE AND DODGE
From the North Texas Daily by Whitney Rogers – Contributing Writer
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”
The Valley Vanguard: SVSU Student Newspaper:
Second half looks promising for reigning dodgeball champs
by: Marie Nesbitt
With the start of the new year, the SVSU dodgeball team is looking to continue their habit of winning. Currently, the Cardinals have a 4-3-1 record and are hoping to get their fifth win against Michigan State come January 27. Continue reading “Valley Vanguard: SVSU 2013-01-14”
Grand Valley State’s Lanthorn Newspaper published and article on GV Dodgeball.
By DEREK WOLFF Updated: January 9, 2013, 6:42 PM Continue reading “GV Lanthorn: Dodgeball club earns No. 6 NCDA ranking”
Interested in getting friendly with the NCDA? We’ve got you covered with a handful of Facebook pages and Twitter accounts to like and follow!
WIU.edu – Jodi Pospeschil
MACOMB, IL – An emerging club sport at Western Illinois University is training its members to avoid being struck by a 76 mph rubber fastball.
Western’s club dodgeball team will try for its first-ever national collegiate title during a tournament in Saginaw, MI, Saturday-Sunday, April 14-15. Sixteen teams from across the country will compete in pool play April 14 to be ranked for the single-elimination championship matches April 15.
This is the third year the Western dodgeball team has played in the National College Dodgeball Association tournament, finishing fourth each of the first two years. The team has about 25 members, 15 of which will travel to the Michigan tournament.
The club was founded by WIU senior Tim Wohead, of Plainfield, who is also the club’s former president.
“In high school I loved dodgeball,” Wohead said. “When I got to Western my buddy learned that there was a national association so we signed up and it has grown from there. Our practices started on the Rec Center’s racquetball courts.”
Club President Dalton Servatius, a junior from Lombard, joined the club after seeing the team practice in the Donald R. Spencer Student Recreation Center.
Western’s team has lost to Michigan State University during both of its previous national tourney efforts.
The goal of the games is to strike the opposing teams’ players with a large rubber ball. The tournament games consist of two 25-minute sessions.
To follow the WIU team’s weekend progress, visit facebook.com/groups/152010705468/.
Posted By: Jodi Pospeschil, University Relations
Phone: (309) 298-1993 * Fax: (309) 298-1606
By Jon Gunnells, Published by The Big Green 01 December 2006
For a moment, the gym is silent. The squeaks of hightops on the freshly waxed gym floor are missing, as are the habitual thuds of playground balls careening into competitors’ bodies. It won’t be this way for long – to an unsuspecting observer, the cavernous room may just be resting from rounds of basketball practice, but another sport is about to take over. Once the officials place the 10 eight-inch red rubber-coated dodgeballs on the half court line, there are only three words that erase the silence and lead to mayhem:Ready! Set! Dodgeball! Continue reading “The Big Green: MSU Dodgeball”