PSP Mid-Atlantic Open is fast approaching and pro teams across the country are preparing for battle. We had the opportunity to catch up with CJ Botsolas and William Lofthouse of Tampa Bay Damage after the recent Damage vs. Ironmen practice. … Read More
In the final battle for semi professional 1st and 2nd podium placement, Aftermath brought the pain train against RNT AllStarz and blew the team out 7-0. This is Aftermath II’s first event as a Semi-professional team, Aftermath II moved up … Read More
The Chicago pickem and the Pro Paintball poll (right hand side of the page) have opened up for you to place your bets on the winners and losers of the PSP 2011 Chicago Open. Cade Coleman, the PSP score keeper … Read More
The PSP just launched their new website. It is much easier of the eyes and navigating is been improved a lot. Finding information on future events and previous event has been mightily improved. There has been a lot of new sections … Read More
From the same company who brought us 300FPS, Natural Selection, War of Attrition and Bring Out Your Dead, comes a short video on the West Coast Paintball Players League (WCPPL) owned by Mike Hinman, and reffed by Pro Paintball team … Read More
Many paintball players and fans were upset after the recent announcement that the PSP would not be able to air their high quality webcast at the pro paintball season opener in Phoenix. With that being said, it looks like College Paintball is making a big push into the homes of Sports fans nationwide. Read on for the latest paintball news and gossip from the NCPA.
Tradition holds for paintball tournaments in Chicago: winter weather stays strong up until the very day planes start landing and tossing paintball gear onto the baggage cars. When we arrived to the field on Tuesday it was apparent that we … Read More
Hard fought paintball matches were had all day at the University of Phoenix Stadium today. This morning started off with pro teams Houston Heat and Tampa Bay Damage battling one another in the prelims. Ironically, the day ended with both teams facing off again in the finals for first and second.
The 2010 season is starting in just a few short weeks now and we were able to catch up with one of paintballs most recent up and coming players, Patrick “Pinky” Hughes of the San Diego Aftermath family. Pinky worked his way up the divisions and found himself playing with the PRO Aftermath team in the PSP for most of the 2009 season.
Just recently ProPaintball.com broke news of the merger between SD Aftermath and LA Infamous teams to create one super team comprised of both players who’ve been in the sport for as long as most of us can remember as well as much of paintballs young and fresh talent. Of course the merging of two PRO teams means 16+ players fighting to earn their spots on the roster, leaving the rest looking elsewhere to continue playing.
With that being said, Pinky let us in on his plans for the 2010 season, checkout what he had to say:
Professional paintball team San Francisco Explicit recently spent an afternoon at Shriners Hospital in Sacramento, CA giving back to those in need. The team spent time with the kids and donated board games and answered tons of questions. This is paintball news that deserves attention as it involves both children in need and the promotion of paintball to the outside community. Many of you may recognize SF Explicit from both the extraordinary job they’ve done promoting paintball all while raising awareness for those both in and outside of our sport. Read on as Jana Kruska and Rob Montiero of San Francisco Explicit recount their experience.
San Francisco Explicit spends the day at Shriners Childrens Hospital
After a series of hard fought points, the Purdue Boilermakers from Lafayette, Indiana emerged victorious against Ohio University Bobcats. The X-ball match was tied up at half time and the Boilermakers ultimately defeated the Bobcats 8-4. After being defeated 11-5 … Read More