In his last game, Cameron Brock led the Indianapolis AlleyCats (1-0, 1-0 Midwest Division) in goals scored with five in a win against Detroit, 24-12.
Against the Radicals, Brock has had personal success against them and said for this game he wants to focus on position of the disc.
“I think for me it’s all about when I get the disc and making sure that I’m just taking what they’re giving me,” Brock said. “When I get the disc I want to make sure that wherever I throw it next that we’re keeping it so we can be efficient as possible.”
The AlleyCats need to be efficient against Madison. Last season, they faced the Radicals three times and lost all of them. Head coach Eric Leonard said one of the keys for his team is confidence.
“Madison is one of the best teams in the league, but we cannot go in scared,” Leonard said. “We know we can win, we just have to prove it. If we can execute our game plan, I think we have a great chance.”
The Radicals come into this game as the defending Midwest Division champions and preseason favorites. Last season, they posted a 12-2 record and was one of the four teams to make the AUDL Championship Weekend. Leonard said the Radicals are “going to be a challenge” for the AlleyCats.
This weekend will also mark one of the last home games at Roncalli for this season as the team transitions inside to Grand Park.
“Playing at Roncalli is always great, and the team loves playing there,” Leonard said. “It’s a little bittersweet to say goodbye to our long-time home venue, but I’m also looking forward to our new one.”
The pull is set to fly at 7:30 p.m. on April 7 at Roncalli Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.