Photos by Brian Canniff and Scott Houghtaling –

The Seattle Rainmakers confirmed today the return of Eddie Feeley and Danny Trytiak to the roster for 2016.

The Seattle Rainmakers continued their 2016 roster announcements today by confirming the return of veterans Eddie Feeley and Danny Trytiak for the upcoming season.  Feeley and Trytiak join Khalif El-Salaam and Henry Phan, whose return was announced last week. The addition of Feeley and Trytiak strengthens the Rainmakers on both sides of the disc and adds to the core of players that will hope to get Seattle back into the MLU Championship.Roblox HackBigo Live Beans HackYUGIOH DUEL LINKS HACKPokemon Duel HackRoblox HackPixel Gun 3d HackGrowtopia HackClash Royale Hackmy cafe recipes stories hackMobile Legends HackMobile Strike Hack


Eddie Feeley (Photo by Scott Houghtaling –

Feeley, (5’10”, 170lbs) out of Seattle University is an accomplished defender entering his third season with the team.  Feeley had an impressive rookie campaign in 2014, recording 3 goals, 17 assists and 7 blocks with team-leading 220 points played.  He finished 3rd in Western Conference Rookie of the Year voting behind Vancouver’s Brendan Wong and Portland’s Topher Davis, and was rewarded with a 3-year contract from the Rainmakers.  In 2015, Feeley only appeared in seven of Seattle’s ten games, playing 142 points, but he was still able to put up 4 goals, 11 assists and 7 blocks, while increasing his completion percentage from 88.3% in 2014 to 92.6%.


Danny Trytiak (Photo by Scott Houghtaling –

Trytiak, (5’8″, 174lbs) has been a staple of the Rainmakers offense since the team founded in 2013.  Over the course of three seasons with the Rainmakers, Trytiak has tallied 32 goals, 62 assists and 12 blocks for Seattle, completing 87% of his throws.  Trytiak’s 480 points played is the most in Rainmakers franchise history. For more about Danny, check out his entry in MLU’s Starting 7 series from last season.

With El-Salaam, Phan, Feeley and Trytiak returning for 2016, the Rainmakers have begun to solidify a core of players that will make them contenders again in 2016.

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