The 2017 DC Breeze season finished in a very similar fashion to the previous year. With a 10-4 record, the team claimed the No. 2 seed in the East Division Playoffs. After winning their hard earned home playoff game, the Breeze moved on to play division winners Toronto Rush, and for the second straight year they lost to the Rush in the Division Final.
AUDL teams are allowed to add and remove players on their roster throughout the regular season as they see fit, as long as there are only 28 officially on the roster at any given time. As with many other teams, this allowed the Breeze to practice with and rotate among more than 28 players using an extended roster. The Breeze extended roster had 35 top quality players this season.
Last week the Stats Analysis for the entire 2017 DC Breeze regular season was unveiled displaying the success of the top 14-18 players on the Breeze roster. Now it is time to look to how each line compared to the rest of the AUDL East Division. It also gives us a chance to look at the top players in the division and to see which team has the biggest stars of…
Throughout the 2017 DC Breeze season it seemed that offensive consistency was the theme for the team and the highlight of most contests. If the offense played well the team would walk away with a victory, and it often did just that. However, the full season statistics may tell a different story.
The DC Breeze has announced the signing of Joe Freund to a contract for the remainder of the 2017 season.
The DC Breeze head south for the first time in franchise history this weekend to play their first match ever against the South Division’s Raleigh Flyers, this Saturday night at 7pm ET.
The DC Breeze have announced that cutter Delrico Johnson will join the team in 2017. Known for his highlight reel plays and incredible feats of athleticism, Johnson is a huge addition to the Breeze roster. Multiple times Johnson crashed into ESPN SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays for gravity-defying grabs, making him a superstar in the ultimate community.