Evan Choi has been named the NTL Player of the Year by the NTL and Tetherball News. Evan who has improved a ton since being a rookie. Last year he ran Forest and Grant hard before losing. This year no one has beaten him as he remains undefeated!
Evan Choi is atop the 2015 October ranks. He is currently undefended and is in 1st. But, Forest Wesley and Grant Gardner are both one loss players chasing him. Ian Shultz, Isaac Gonzalez and Phil Mai are next in the ranks.
Grant Gardner Beat Lucas Hsu in the first game of the new, 2016 NTL Season. In a close game, Grant won. Grant had a great serve to start the game. But Lucas Fought back. In the End, Grant was too much.
Hades Tetherball decided it was time too trim there roster down to 5. Chase Falla was working on coming back. After he retired in December 2013, on March 24th 2015 he attended the veterans combine to try to make it back in.
He did great and Hades picked him up. They worked with him to try to scare the rust off. They sent him to there Minor League Team to work on skills. But after he finished 11th they decided to think it over. In the end they cut him.
Yes, the NTL is really starting again. The first game of the season will be Forest Wesley vs. Lucas Hsu. It will start at 7:00 P.M. Eastern. You can watch it on our YouTube channel. The second and thrid games will be on Wednesday September 14th. Get Ready!
Mark Brasel has officially retired from the NTL. Mark’s career started in 2009 when he was sighed as a free agent for Aldon Lobo Tetherball. In 2009, he made it to the Legacy Tournament as a 10th seed and lost to 7th seeded Adonis. In 2010 and 2011 Mark made it to the Legacy Tournament’s quarterfinals both times, but lost to Denver both times.
In 2012, Mark missed the Legacy Tournament finishing 17th. In 2013, Mark lost to Jack in the first round and finished 10th. In 2014, Mark was among the leaders to win, but was 10th the whole season, before falling to 20th and missing in Legacies. But he competed in the first Outlaw Tournament. He lost to Forest and suffered a big disappointment.
In 2015, he was a contender the whole season for a spot, but once again luck wasn’t on his side. He missed but one win and was a 2 seed in the Outlaw Tournament and ended Hsusnaity but lost 2-1 in the final to Charlie Bass.
Today, Braeden Terry Tetherball announced that Lucas Hsu, would be traded to West Coast Tetherball for a 2016 first round pick and a 2017 first round pick. Lucas, was undrafted in last years draft and had a career year with a hit rating of 99.31 and 24.2 hits per game.
Yes! It has been announced. The hall of fame class will be……..Jack Clemons, Sean Bursek, Terence Sinn, Wyatt Veldman and Adonis Baker. These were the top vote receivers and are the first hall of fame class!
Jack Clemons won the 2015 NTL Defensive player of the year. He got a number of 43 votes. Here were the rest: 2nd Grant Gardner 40 votes, 3rd Logan Blank 34 votes, 4th Carlos Golan 29 votes and 5th Kevin Lieue 25 votes. Note: The top 5 are also the 2015 NTL all-defense first team.
Isaac Gonzalez is the 2015 NTL Offensive Player of the Year. Isaac received 66 votes, which was 13 more votes then second place Ian Shultz. Here are the rest: 3rd Logan Blank 51, 4th Celeb King 29, 5th Lucas Hsu 28, 6th Forest Wesley 19, 7th Grant Gardner 13, 8th Sean Bursek 12, 9th Evan Choi 6 and 10th Derrick Whitman.