Welcome to Midwest Athletic Association of the Deaf, Inc., abbreviated and referred to as MAAD. The MAAD regions includes the states of Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.

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MAAD wants to make sure all of you are kept up to date with USADB, NDBO, NSAD, USSSA and Organizations.. Here's the website so you can view and read all about it.



Basketball Teams

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

GSLAD/MAAD will have 5 Men Teams (Kansas Creepers*, Olathe Kings, St. Louis Cyclones, St. Louis Thunder, Star City/LAD and Omaha) and 3 Women Teams (Iowa Storm*, Olathe Blasters and Omaha Eagles). Come and cheer your favorite team in St. Louis where the basketball tournament will take place.

Softball Roster

Four coed teams will be playing in Columbus, NE - they are: [view roster]

Vacant Vice-President Position

MAAD seeks someone to fill in the Vice-President position. Interested? More information can be found at [view document].

MAAD new "No Tolerance" Policy

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

MAAD shares its new "No Tolerance" Policy with everyone. [view full screen video]

MAAD Showcased on CBTV17

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

MAAD is featured on CBTV17! [view full screen video]

NSAD Announces 2017 Date and Location

Save the Date for 2017 NSAD (Date/Location)

Posted by National Softball Association for the Deaf on Sunday, November 27, 2016

Meeting Minutes from Softball are posted!

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Meeting minutes are posted from MAAD Softball Tournament in St. Cloud, MO. To read and download, please visit the minutes page. If you have questions, please contact one of the MAAD Officers. [view minutes]

MAAD not authorizing any solicitation

Monday, August 13, 2012

MAAD does not authorize any kind of solicitation. If you recognize anyone that solicit anything with the name "MAAD", please report this immediately to MAAD President/Commissioner Lorrie Shank at maadprez@gmail.com and MAAD will notify State Attorney General and/or law enforcement. [view full screen video]

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