Postmen - Men's team
The Postmen started from humble beginnings in the year 2004 when a little boy with a dream wanted to start a local micro financing bank with his friends in their beloved town of Tacoma, Washington. They soon realized this would be way too much work and quickly opted to just throw around a small piece of plastic instead. Celebrating its tenth anniversary during the 2014-2015 season, the Postmen are now entering their second decade of existence.
From humble beginnings, the Postmen rode to the D-III College Nationals for the first time in 2011. Traveling to the Mecca of the Midwest – Appleton, Wisconsin – in 2011, the team tied for third place at the D-III College Nationals. After a one-year hiatus, the Postmen returned to Appleton to avenge themselves where they fought their way into the finals. Once again, the title slipped through their hands. The year 2013 was no different. The Postmen, the brave Men of the West, placed second for the second year in a row.
After a brief foray into the D-1 Conference in 2013-2014, the Postmen went through a rebuilding process– traveling to villages far and wide looking for new recruits and pushing themselves as a team. Their efforts paid off and in spring 2018, the Postmen went to D-III College Nationals. They upset two teams, broke seed, and won the Spirit Award!
With the 2020 season on the horizon, the team continues to become stronger and build on what the Postmen of the past started. With solid leadership and a coaching change, the future looks bright for the Postmen as they look to deliver a season to remember.