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Pro Division

Why the Pro Division?

The 2018 Spikeball™ Roundnet National Championship will feature a Pro Division made up of the best of the best Premier teams. Only 16 teams will qualify for the Pro Division.

This shift makes the season as a whole and the Regional Championships more important. It rewards teams who get results throughout the season and turns the Regional Championships into high-stakes events by making them true Nationals qualifiers.

Having a division of 16 top teams at Nationals allows for better coverage of games, the flexibility of structure, and helps ensure fair matchups. It also makes for a more interesting Premier Division by allowing us to focus on teams and matchups that don’t always get featured.  

How does a team qualify for the Pro Division?

The top two teams from each Regional Championship will earn a spot. All remaining spots will be determined by cumulative season points. More info on points can be found here.

What teams are currently in the running for the Pro Division?

 

Team
Tournaments
Tyler Cisek & PJ Showalter
  • Golden Games 1st Place - 25
  • SE1 1st Place - 325
  • E1 1st Place - 325
  • MW2 1st Place - 325
  • SE3 1st Place - 325
  • WGS 1st Place - 400
  • E2 1st Place - 325
  • MW3 1st Place - 325

2375

Jarratt Rouse & Preston Bies
  • W1 1st Place - 325
  • W2 1st Place - 325
  • W3 2nd Place - 195
  • E1 2nd Place - 195
  • W4 1st Place - 325

1365

Dylan Fogarty & Chris Hornacek
  • SE1 2nd Place - 195
  • E1 3rd Place - 130
  • MW2 2nd Place - 195
  • SE2 2nd Place - 195
  • WGS T-5th - 72
  • E2 Round of 8 - 50
  • MW3 3rd Place - 130

967

Kenny Ortega & Zach Wood
  • W1 Round of 8 - 50
  • W2 2nd Place - 195
  • W3 1st Place - 325
  • MW1 2nd Place - 195
  • WGS 3rd Place - 160

925

Max Model & Cole Model

  • Golden Games 3rd Place - 10
  • SE1 3rd Place - 130
  • E1 Round of 8 - 50
  • Dash for the Cash 1st Place - 25
  • E2 3rd Place - 130
  • E Bonus 2nd Place - 195

540

Joel Graham & Caleb Heck
  • SE1 4th Place - 95
  • E1 4th Place - 95
  • SE3 3rd Place - 130
  • WGS T-5th - 72
  • E2 Round of 8 - 50
  • E Bonus 4th Place - 95

537

Jacob Martinez & Josh Fragiacomo
  • W1 4th Place - 95
  • W2 T-5th - 60
  • W3 4th Place - 95
  • WGS 2nd Place - 240
  • E2 Round of 16 - 25

515

Logan Cornelius & Jesse Throw
  • MW1 Round of 8 - 50
  • MW2 3rd Place - 130
  • SE2 3rd Place - 130
  • E2 Round of 8 - 50
  • MW3 T-5th - 60

420

Hoodiez
Dylan Fogarty & Ryan Fitzgerald
  • MW1 1st Place - 325

325

Sloppy Seconds
Chris Hornacek & Ian Golembeski
  • W1 2nd Place - 195
  • W2 3rd Place - 130

325

worcestershire
Peter Jon Showalter & Skyler Boles
  • SE2 1st Place - 325

325

Micah Zimmermann & Jesse Showalter
  • Golden Games 2nd Place - 15
  • SE1 Round of 8 - 50
  • MW2 Round of 8 - 50
  • SE3 Round of 8 - 50
  • E2 4th Place - 95
  • MW3 T-5th - 60

320

Joey & Joey
Joey Hafertepe & Joey Pierron
  • MW1 Round of 8 - 50
  • MW2 4th Place - 95
  • E2 Round of 8 - 50
  • MW3 4th Place - 95

290

Micah Corbett & Caleb Royse
  • SE1 Round of 16 - 25
  • W3 Round of 8 - 50
  • MW1 Round of 32 - 12
  • E1 Round of 16 - 25
  • SE3 Round of 8 - 50
  • E2 Round of 32 - 12
  • MW3 T-9th - 30

204

Blind Date
Skylar Shibayama & Tanner Willows
  • W4 2nd Place - 195

195

Grayson Ayres & Harding Brumby

  • SE1 T-5th - 50
  • MW1 T-5th - 50
  • SE2 4th Place - 95

195

Also in the running:
  • Dunkin' Go Nuts - Chris Hornacek & Zac Vance - 195
  • Golden Tan - Preston Bies & Harding Brumby - 195
  • Origin Worldwide - Patrick Drucker & Chris Wilkins - 195

 

A list of points for all teams can be seen here!

 

Think your team is missing points? Let us know here!