CHICAGO – Ray Meyer: The 2013 Chicago Dodgeball Open featured some great dodgeball games and some good times had. With #3 James Madison (9-2-1), #4 Michigan State (9-3-1), #5 Grand Valley (7-1-0), #9 Moody Bible (2-3-0), #10 DePaul (2-6-0), and #17 Nebraska (0-4-0) all competing, it was a mix of many different play styles which made it a very unique tournament.
CHICAGO – Ray Meyer: GVSU goes 3-0, JMU 3-1, MSU 2-1, DePaul 1-2, MAD 1-2 in the 2013 Chicago Dodgeball Open, the fifth college dodgeball event by that name. The Officials of the day did their best to record the point duration data; find that and the full results after the jump. Continue reading “2013 CDO Data”
2012 was a great year for dodgeball, with a new champion crowned, tons of games played, and lots of fun had. Here’s a recap of what went down, as one season ended and another began… Continue reading “2012 By the Numbers”
Compiled by Felix Perrone (WKU #76), here are all the current standings as of 12/18/2012:
The NCDA is working out how best to sort their standings, to help solve the problem of a spatially divided league without a set amount of games per team. Check out a detailed description of all the standings after the jump…
The host Lakers took the game 3-2 in overtime.
First off, the standings for the first semester of the 2012-2013 season:
ALLENDALE- Grand Valley Fieldhouse Arena: Two titans of dodgeball proved they belong among the Nation’s best as they played out one of the best games of all time. The #6 Lakers (4-1-0), led by Captain Mark Trippiedi, won a wild affair 3-2 in overtime over #3 Michigan State (7-2-1), led by Captain Sam Hiller.
OXFORD – Withrow: UK goes 3-0, OSU 2-1, Kent 1-2, and Miami 3-0 in the Miami Round Robin.
UK def Miami 5-0
UK def Kent 2-1
UK def OSU 4-2
OSU def Kent 3-1
OSU def Miami 6-0
Kent def Miami
LEXINGTON – Alumni Gym: UK goes 3-0, Kent 2-1, WKU 1-2 and Miami 0-3 in the 2012 UK Invitational on November 10th. University of Kentucky Dodgeball hosted Kent State, Miami University and Western Kentucky University.
The winner of Last Man Standing was UK’s Wes Hopkins. Game records and accounts from team captains in attendance, after the jump.
EAST LANSING- IM West: After a great tournament by all teams playing, the #2 Michigan State Spartans (7-1-0) went 4-0, #1 Kent State (10-3-0) went 3-1, #7 CMU (3-3-0) went 1-2, #13 BGSU (1-6-0) went 1-3, and #9 Depaul (1-4-0) went 0-3. Continue reading “MSU Invite Recap”
SAGINAW – Ryder: SVSU def GVSU 2-1 in the Battle of the Valleys.
Also, in the Battle of the Valleys JV, GVSU JV def SVSU JV 3-1. Remember to post up your JV scores as well! We have no problem including them in the offical records. Continue reading “2012 Battle of the Valleys”
EAST LANSING – IM West: MSU goes 4-0, Kent 3-1, CMU 1-2, BGSU 1-3, DePaul 3-0 in the 2012 MSU Invite. Continue reading “2012 MSU Invite”
SAGINAW – Ryder: SVSU def GVSU 2-1 in the Battle of the Valleys. Continue reading “2012 Battle of the Valleys”
BOWLING GREEN – Preston: UK def WKU 4-2
UK-JV def WKU-JV 3-1 in a JV Match.
Continue reading “Match: UK v WKU”
CHICAGO-Solheim: MBI def DePaul 3-2 in the Battle of the Brown Line IV.
A Moody announcer comments:
The DePaul players have quite the dance moves. Moody, on the other hand, not allowed to dance, per school regulations.