Results from Past Seasons

2014-2015 SEASON RESULTS

  • September 26-28 Slam in the Sound Tacoma, WA
  • January 16-18 Portland Invitational Fairview, OR

2013-2014 SEASON RESULTS

2012-2013 SEASON RESULTS

2011-2012 SEASON RESULTS

2010-2011 SEASON RESULTS

2009-2010 SEASON RESULTS

2008-2009 SEASON RESULTS

2007-2008 SEASON RESULTS

2006-2007 SEASON RESULTS

2005-2006 SEASON RESULTS

  • November 18-20 - Best of the West - San Diego, CA
  • January 27-29 - Portland Invitational - Portland, Oregon
  • February 17-19 - Heat Rave - Phoenix, AZ
  • February 23-26 - Team USA Camp - Birmingham, AL
  • March 24-26 - USQRA Sectional Tournament - Loma Linda, CA
  • March 31-April 2 - Vancouver Invitational - Vancouver, BC
  • April 7-9 - USQRA National Championships - Austin, TX
  • November 16-19 Best of the West San Diego, CA

2004-2005 SEASON RESULTS

2003-2004 SEASON RESULTS

2002-2003 SEASON RESULTS 2001-2002 SEASON RESULTS 2000-2001 SEASON RESULTS 1999-2000 SEASON RESULTS

1998-1999 SEASON RESULTS

The Pounders, seeded last, prepared for a long weekend in Seattle due to a partial squad. Playing tough with only 1 highpointer on Saturday, we could only put 6.0 classification points on the court. Although frustrating, it was good practice for class 3.0 Lynn Nelson against triple teams. The low-pointers held their own, but had difficulty keeping up with the other teams' 8.0 point lineups. Luckily, the much-needed class 2.5 Jemal Mfundshi arrived in Seattle at midnight Saturday after a long day at school. Sunday, the Pounders were up against rival Seattle's 2nd team, which was seeded just ahead of Portland. This was the same Seattle team that had won by one goal in overtime in last year's Portland tournament. The revenge was sweet as the Pounders dominated all facets of the game and ended up on top by seven goals. Although finishing the tournament with a losing record (1-3), the Pounders proved they would compete regardless of the circumstances.

The Pounders arrived in Reno with a full squad of 11 players, the most in our short history. We were seeded fifth and hopeful of placing higher than in any other tournament thus far. The competition was fierce as all four of the Pounders' games during the weekend were decided by three goals or less. Friday night, Portland lost to the second seeded Houston Hurricanes team by three goals. The first game Saturday was a nailbiter against the Phoenix Heat 2nd team, where the Pounders won by one goal. Class 3.0 Lynn Nelson scored with 0.2 seconds left in regulation when class 2.5 Fred Williams deflected the ball to break up a game-winning pass. Saturdays second game against fourth-seeded California Quake also went down to the wire. Portland forced the game into overtime after being down three goals with less than a minute to play. The Pounders kept the momentum in overtime to beat Quake by one goal and earn the right to compete in the 3rd/4th place game Sunday against the 3rd seeded San Diego Bushwackers. With two members of the Swedish national team, the Bushwackers were too tough and beat the Pounders by three goals. Though Portland lost two close games this weekend, the fourth place Pounders felt they left Reno on a positive note.

The Pounders came to Tempe seeded sixth without 2.5 Fred Williams. Freddie, who was voted on the all-tournament team in Reno, had prior commitments with work that weekend. The Pounders had no trouble of disposing of the ninth seeded Las Vegas Highrollers, eighth seeded Phoenix Heat 2, seventh seeded U of A Wildchairs, and third seeded partial Minnesota Ice squad. Despite being annihilated by the fourth seeded Texas Stampede, the Pounders put up a good fight against the second seeded New York Strykers, losing by only five goals. Though Portland was skeptical about the weekend's outcome without our top class 2.5, the sixth seeded Pounders once again moved up a notch to place fifth in the tournament. For the first time ever, class 3.0 Lynn Nelson was voted to the all-tournament team.