Mad Rollin' Dolls, Madison's premier roller derby league, first laced up its skates for the public in late 2004 and began its first full season in 2005. Since then, the dynamic skaters and dedicated volunteers have been providing a sport that not only features pure athleticism but a punch of serious fun for its many fans. MRD is a grassroots effort run by an all-volunteer group of skaters and non-skaters.
Unholy Rollers 207, Reservoir Dolls 159 (stats) Madison fans braved the frigid temperatures on Saturday, January 7 in anticipation of seeing their favorite teams and skaters warm their hearts with a night of fast-paced and hard-hitting roller derby. That didn’t take long, as the Unholy Rollers steadily built a lead over their opponents the Reservoir […]Read more
On our latest appearance on Wisconsin 57’s “The Sports News,” Hoppe Go Lucky and Fang Dangled talk about why they got into roller derby in the first place, how they chose their names, and what to look forward to at our January 7 double header! Don’t forget to get your tickets in advance – and […]Read more