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Mad Rollin' Dolls

Mad Rollin' Dolls
League logo
Metro area Madison, Wisconsin
Country United States
Founded 2004
Teams Quad Squad
Reservoir Dolls
Unholy Rollers
Vaudeville Vixens
Dairyland Dolls (travel)
Team Unicorn (travel)
Track type(s) Flat
Venue Alliant Energy Center
Affiliations WFTDA
Org. type LLC

Mad Rollin' Dolls (MRD) is an all-women flat-track roller derby league based in Madison, Wisconsin.


As a member of the Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA), the Mad Rollin' Dolls compete as part of the WFTDA North Central region.

In October 2008, The Mad Rollin' Dolls hosted "Derby in Dairyland",[1] the WFTDA Eastern Regional Tournament.


The Mad Rollin' Dolls were ranked 6th in the North Central region by WFTDA at the end of 2012.[2]

As of December 2010, they are ranked 15th in the nation by the Derby News Network power rankings.[3]

As of December 2010, MRD is ranked 27th in the nation by Flat Track Stats.[4]

Season Q4 ranking[5] Regionals Championship
2006 5[6] 7[7]
2007 9[8] R2[9] DNQ
2008 2 6[10] DNQ
2009 3 2[11] R1[12]
2010 3 3[13] R1[14]
2011 10 10[15] DNQ


MRD is composed of four home teams; the Quad Squad, the Reservoir Dolls, the Unholy Rollers and the Vaudeville Vixens.

League Champions by year are:
Year Season Champion
2013 Reservoir Dolls
2012 Quad Squad
2011 Reservoir Dolls
2010 Unholy Rollers
2009 Vaudeville Vixens
2008 Quad Squad
2007 Reservoir Dolls
2006 Quad Squad
2005 Reservoir Dolls

MRD has both an all-star and B interleague team composed of skaters from the four home teams, the Dairyland Dolls. This team competes against other WFTDA and non-WFTDA leagues across the United States.

Starting in 2008, The Mad Rollin' Dolls added a 2nd travel team, Team Unicorn. Their first bout was in Hamilton, ON on July 26, 2008.

MRD supports a recreational league in Madison, known as the Mad Wreckin' Dolls.


  1. ^ Kristian Knutsen on Monday 10/06/2008 1:48 pm. 'Isthmus Daily Page,'' "Derby in Dairyland rolls art and music into flat track festival", October 6, 2008"'". Retrieved 2011-08-02. 
  2. ^ "WFTDA current rankings". Retrieved 2013-09-25. 
  3. ^ 'Derby News Network'' "Derby News Network Power Rankings", December 2010"'". 2010-12-07. Retrieved 2011-08-02. 
  4. ^ 'Flat Track Stats,'' "Today's Ranks", December 22, 2010"'". Retrieved 2011-08-02. 
  5. ^ "Current Rankings", WFTDA
  6. ^ "12/8/2006 WFTDA National Rankings", WFTDA [version of 23 February 2007]
  7. ^ "February 2006 Dust Devil Invitational Rankings", WFTDA [version of 23 February 2007]
  8. ^ "Current WFTDA Rankings", Derby News Network, October 2007
  9. ^ "Heartland Havoc", Ohio Rollergirls
  10. ^ "Derby in Dairyland", Flat Track Stats
  11. ^ "Brawl of America 2009 North Central Regionals", WFTDA
  12. ^ "Declaration of Derby", WFTDA
  13. ^ "Thunda on the Tundra 2010 North Central Region Playoffs", WFTDA
  14. ^ "Uproar on the Lakeshore", WFTDA
  15. ^ "Monumental Mayhem WFTDA 2011 North Central Region Playoffs", WFTDA

External links

  • Mad Rollin' Dolls - Mad Rollin Dolls official website
  • Mad Rollin' Dolls on Facebook
  • Mad Rollin' Dolls on Twitter
  • Mad Rollin' Dolls on MySpace
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