The Crash practices every Thursday at 7:00pm at Marion Diel Recreation Center. Practices are open to the public.
|Bobby Stewart - Class: 1.0||Chad Foster - Class: 1.0|
|Gentlealice Mitchell-Jones - Class: 1.5||Greg Taylor - Class: 1.5|
|Chris Coley - Class: 2.0||Brian Muscarella - Class: 2.0|
|Dave Jenkins - Class: 2.0||Matt Crisp - Class: 2.5|
The Carolina Crash went 2 - 3 at the Tenth Annual Raleigh Rumble. The Crash scored victories over Maryland and Northern Virginia but suffered a losses to Raleigh, Jacksonville and Maryland in a rematch.
The Crash's David Jenkins and Bobby Stewart were selected to the All-Tournament Team.
The Carolina Crash went 3 - 2 and finished fifth at the 2016 Beast of the East. The Crash scored victories over Maryland, Pittsburg, and Raleigh and suffered losses to DC and Northeast Passage.
The Carolina Crash's is the subject of this summer's issue of Outspoken, the South Carolina Spinal Chord Injury Association's Newsletter. Nice work Chad!
The Crash was disappointed with a two and four finish at the 2015 Atlantic Super-Sectional held in Orlando, FL
The Crash had victories over Orlando and Philadelphia but lost close games to DC, Tampa, New York and Jacksonville.
The Crash was disappointed with a two and three finish at this year's Southern Slam held in Jacksonville, FL
The Crash had victories over Denver and Lakeshore but lost close games to Calgary, DC and Jacksonville.
The Carolina Crash went 3 - 1 and finished second at the Ninth Annual Raleigh Rumble. The Crash scored victories over Maryland, DC, and Raleigh and suffered a loss to the Shepherd Smash (Atlanta).
The Crash's Mark Herndon was awarded Tournament MVP.
Carolinas Rehabilitation in Charlotte, NC, is dedicated to state of the art care for patients suffering from spinal cord injury, stroke, TBI and other traumatic injuries since 1950.
The hospital is one of the largest inpatient rehabilitation centers in the country and is renowned for assisting adults, adolescents and children with life altering injuries and conditions lead longer and richer lives at the highest level of function possible.
As a part of this focus, Carolinas Rehabilitation designed the Adaptive Sports and Adventure Program to provide recreational and competitive adaptive sport opportunities for individuals with physical disabilities including both hospital patients as well as those in the greater Charlotte community. The organization sponsors and leads a diverse number of individual and team sports programs to fulfill this vision.
The Reeve Foundation Quality of Life Program awards grants to non-profit organizations that provide services to individuals with paralysis. Quality of Life grants are awarded to programs or projects that improve the daily lives of people with paralysis.