With the 2024 ODC officially in the books, here is our recap from each team.
By Wes Peters, Rylan Close, Mitch Porter, and Ethan LehmkuhlContinue reading “ODC 2024 Recap”
Looking ahead to this weekend’s Ohio Dodgeball Cup, I asked the content team to fill out an ODC bracket and opened up the floor for them to share their thoughts. While there was a lot of consensus on most of the picks, some staff members were bolder than others.Continue reading “2024 ODC Preview”
This past weekend saw the completion of what will likely be the largest pre-nationals tournament of the semester. Don’t worry if you missed any action because we’ve got you covered with a full recap below.
By Ethan Lehmkuhl (OSU) and Rylan Close (Kent)Continue reading “Summit Street Slugfest VII Recap”
A new semester has come upon us, and with that, the NCDA will return to the corner of Ted Boyd Drive & Summit Street in beautiful Kent, Ohio for the first time since 2019. This tournament will be held on Sunday, January 28th, and will feature 10 teams spanning from East Lansing, Michigan, all the way down to Harrisonburg, Virginia, as well as 7/8 of the Ohio teams, and the Nittany Lions of Penn State. This tournament is putting some big names up against each other as we will see a total of EIGHT top-10 match-ups as this will certainly show who are the contenders versus the pretenders. Down below, we have the schedule, the links to each YouTube channel that will be streaming, and previews for all 10 teams attending.
By Mitchell Porter (Kent) & Rylan Close (Kent)
Now that the NCDA is officially at the halfway point in the season, we will be doing a deep dive into each region. Here is the scoop from Ohio. Make sure to stay tuned for the rest of the regions’ mid-season recaps as well!
By Ethan Lehmkuhl (OSU) and Rylan Close (Kent)
Penn State’s Happy Valley Throwdown provided many exciting matchups, including multiple games decided by a single point. It is also worth noting that no team was able to finish the day undefeated. Here is our recap for each team that was in attendance on Saturday.
By Ethan Lehmkuhl and Mitchell PorterContinue reading “Happy Valley Throwdown Recap”
Penn State’s Happy Valley Throwdown is this Saturday, and there are many highly anticipated matchups scheduled. Here is our preview of the teams going and the expectations they all hold.Continue reading “2023 Happy Valley Throwdown Preview”
The NCDA saw some more inter-region action Sunday, with Miami and WMU making their first appearances of the season. Here is our full recap of everything you need to know from the Clifton Heights Classic.Continue reading “Clifton Heights Classic Recap”
With the first event of the 2023-2024 season in the books, here is our recap of everything you need to know from the Buckeye Opener. Also, check out our latest episode of the Neutral Zone Podcast reviewing the tournament!
Neutral Zone Rewind Ep. 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEyUw5hQTZ0Continue reading “Buckeye Opener Recap”
Ohio region dodgeball will remain the deepest in the league this year, but can they end the 18-year national title drought? Many teams think they can. Here is Terence Checkett and Ethan Lehmkuhl’s pre-season deep dive on each and every Ohio team trying to break through this year.Continue reading “2023-2024 Ohio Region Preview”
Miami Madness took place on April 1st at Miami University. The day was filled with intense competition, showcasing the skills and sportsmanship of the participating teams: Ohio University, Miami University, Ohio State University, and the University of Illinois Urban-Champaign (UIUC). The following are the results and a rundown from Kevin Skiba (UC) who was there to see all the teams in action.
Below is Leo Rockamore’s Ohio Region OT-6:
- Brett Liming
- Ryan Ginsberg
- Cory Heitmann
- Terence Checkett
- Ryan Engleman
- Clay Egleston
The OG Bearcat. The NCDA Slim Reaper. Brett Liming has been putting on a show and half this year and is a huge part of Cincinnati’s success this year. In their right corner Brett has done it all. He’s known for being a fierce weapon on offense, whether on the front line or in transition; but is highly underrated in his ability to catch and survive in clutch situations. Whether racking up kills in transition, picking opponents off on the cross, or snagging a catch out of a team throw, Brett is a major threat to anyone he faces. I would even go so far as to say he’s the most complete player in the league right now. Don’t take your eyes off the Slim Reaper.Continue reading “My Ohio Overtime-6”