2014 All-American Team

For outstanding play at this year’s Nationals in Ohio State, here is the 2014 All Nationals Team:

  1. Kevin Bailey: MVP
  2. Camden Fullmer
  3. Eric Paul
  4. Felix Perrone
  5. Dylan Fettig
  6. Brent Gromer
  7. Max Siler
  8. Mike Van Ermen
  9. Myles Shephard
  10. Colin O’Brien
  11. Dan Shackelford
  12. Joe Tobin
  13. Mark Trippiedi
  14. Joey Cardella
  15. Trevor Nordberg

Kevin Bailey, #4 Grand Valley


Kevin helped lead the Lakers to their second straight title this year with his stellar play on the court.

Camden Fullmer, #13 Kent State


Camden finished his career in the NCDA with a strong all around tournament for Kent.

Eric Paul, #9 Michigan State


Eric helped lead the Spartans to yet another final four appearance.

Felix Perrone, #76 Western Kentucky


In his final year Felix had a stellar showing of his skills in Columbus.

Dylan Fettig, 24 Grand Valley


Dylan was another strong piece in the Lakers championship run this year.

Brent Gromer, #00 James Madison


Coming off ACL surgery, Brent proved he is one of the most athletic players in the league again this Nationals.

Max Siler, #38 Saginaw Valley


Max captained the Cardinals to an impressive run to the championship game this year.

Mike Van Ermen, #6 Michigan State


In his final year, Mike was a crucial part in the Spartans return to the final four this year.

Myles Shephard, #00 Saginaw Valley



Myles had a solid all around showing at this year’s tournament.

Colin O’Brien, #18 Michigan State


As the third Spartan selected, Colin was another big piece to the Spartan final four puzzle this year.

Dan Shackelford, #33 Kent State


Dan’s leadership was an integral part in Kent’s strong play at Ohio State.

Joe Tobin, #5 Towson



Joe turned a lot of heads with his strong arm this weekend in his Nationals debut.

Mark Trippiedi, #8 Grand Valley



Mark did everything he could to help bring home another championship in his final year as a player.

Joey Cardella, # 15 James Madison



Joey’s play was a big help to the Dukes reaching their first ever Final Four this year.

Trevor Nordberg, #36 Grand Valley



In a team full of solid players, Trevor’s stellar play definitely stood out at Ohio State.



Author: ssmith19

Former Captain and Vice-President of Towson Dodgeball. Sporting #19, Sean's talents as a content writer range from previews, interviews, postgames, and excessive uses of both satire and sarcasm. Also, he is the first person to bring some much needed East Coast flavor to the NCDA site.

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