Duke - no entry submitted

East Carolina - no entry submitted

Emory - no entry submitted

George Washington - If the thrax and OBL can't beat us what makes you think your team can?

Georgia - no entry submitted

Georgia State - "GS-Who? Exactly."

Indiana - Hoosiermama? picked up its training regiment from the previous year in an attempt to suck less. We don our converse, some shackled in ankle weights, and challenge the local Amish ballers at their barn posted, bottomed-out bucket. We’re stickin to crossovers, because the disc is too brittle in the cold Midwest air. We haven’t touched plastic since late November and our shoes are covered in manure.

James Madison - no entry submitted

North Carolina - "This isn't chess man. Have you ever played a sport?" "What's a sport?"

North Carolina - B - Straight from the mouth of The Toaster: ..."Hey, it beats being on the C team." ..."Who needs handlers." ...and his personal favorite..."Who let the underdogs out?"

North Carolina at Asheville - MOPHLO is in full effect this year. We have acquired new advanced training techniques and equipment, not to mention bribing transfers from Richmond and Santa Cruz, funded by our on-the-side AFLAC! insurance sales with Horace Mann. Really though our only goal is to reestablish our connection with Pleiades. In Doo's name we play.

North Carolina at Wilmington - no entry submitted

North Carolina State - no entry submitted

Richmond - no entry submitted

Tennessee - no entry submitted

Virginia - no entry submitted

Virginia Tech - no entry submitted

Wake Forest - no entry submitted

Warren Wilson - no entry submitted

William and Mary - Returning all but one player from last year. Strong Fall, hoped it would have been a little better, disappointing finish at CCC's. Lost to Duke in Pre-Quarters. WUFF Collegiate Finals, lost to Ohio State.

Davidson - no entry submitted

Duke - no entry submitted

George Washington - no entry submitted

Georgia - By air, by sea, by SUV, the great reunion has come at last. Once scattered far and wide--to the North, to remote countries, to seperate dimensions--the HoDawgs are back together again. Rebuilt, reworked, revamped. Primped and primed. New and improved. Two for the price of one. Eager for repeat, for threepeat, or four. We're expanding our horizons, beating the odds, forging ahead, and not looking back. Don't believe what you hear. We don't know the meaning of "Quit while you're ahead." It's a whole new Spring, the weather's fine, we still got game, and we haven't seen Crawford's penis yet. LET'S DO THIS DAWGS!!!

Georgia - B - no entry submitted

Indiana - Calamity Jane, the Indiana University Women's team, has been around since the early 90's when they made several successful nationals appearances, finishing as high as 3rd. In last year's season, the Janes made excellent progress with a strong recruiting class and numerous saavy veterans, making the finals at Arctic Vogue in Cincinnati, Mardi Gras, and High Tide in Savannah. This year's team, under the tutelage of Coach Ben Barbera and featuring a slew of strong returners, looks to make a strong showing in their region come April. In addition to the copious work that they put in on the field and during practice, these corn fed girls have found a deep dedication to the Ultimate tradition of boat racing. Whatever the activity being performed, the Janes are a fly, enthusiastic, athletic group of women who are enjoyable to watch.

North Carolina - no entry submitted

North Carolina at Wilmington - no entry submitted

North Carolina State - no entry submitted

Richmond - no entry submitted

Tennessee - no entry submitted

Virginia - no entry submitted