ABOUT THE TEAM
The Muddy Water Boys scenario/tournament woodsball team is based out of Omaha, Nebraska. We are a veteran team of Oklahoma DDay and have been to various scenario games around the Midwest for over 10 years. In 2006 MWB participated in the SPPL (Scenario Paintball Players League) taking 2nd in the Midwest and finishing 6th in the nation. After taking several years off from tournament play, Muddy returned to competition woodsball in 2009 and ventured into the UWL (Ultimate Woodsball League). MWB took 1st in the Oklahoma Regional and defeated the Bob Long Assassins.

In 2010, with aspirations for a UWL National Title, the team began its run in Dallas, Texas securing 1st place at the Regional, then moving on to the Oklahoma Regional and again taking a 1st place finish. With the stage set for a shot at the woodsball crown, the Muddy Water Boys traveled to SC Village in Chino, California for the UWL Finals. The team made it to the championship game but fell short to Team GAT. MWB finished 2nd in the country in the UWL:Skills Division. Though we did not attain the title, we achieved our ultimate goal for the season. Every year we set out, win or lose, to play this game with a high level of sportsmanship. Success on the field is what we practice for, but representing the positive aspects of this sport is what we strive for.



We are built upon friendship, humility, good fun, and we're always looking for an excuse to do some camping, sling some paint, and grill up some brauts. Currently our roster consists of 37 members and we plan to make a run for the UWL: Open Division National Title in 2011. However, competition play is not our sole objective, rather an element of our team. Many members dedicate their play to only scenario action or other local games. As mentioned, our focus is not to be a winning team, but to be a positive impact on each other and those we meet. MWB has never been a collection of paintballers, but rather a collection of friends. It is for this reason that we have been so successful over the past years.

Our approach to the game is simple: we do not recruit based upon skill, but rather quality of character; skill can be taught. We strive hard to compete at a high level, but not at the cost of losing sight of what's important. As a team we love playing together, introducing new players to the sport and guiding their development, helping each other on and off the field, and living life as a brotherhood. Our name means a lot to us, and we will not jeopardize that through players, sponsors, or any other avenue. For this reason, we seek out both players and sponsors with the same type of mindset and ideals. These are elements that make our team stronger and bring us closer together. We are the Muddy Water Boys.