- If you are looking for the other Ty, He can be found here: Ty Boardman.
|Team Name||Mushroom Stampers|
|Best Season||11-1 (2009)|
|Worst Season||3-10 (2011)|
|Divisional Titles||3 (2009, 2012, 2016)|
|Conference Titles||2 (2009, 2012)|
|KSL Championship||1 (2009)|
2007, 2008 - Beginning Years
Ty was able to secure a spot in the playoffs in 2007. He was the 7th seed and went up against the heavily favored 2nd Seed. Ty lost that match and finished 8th in the playoffs.
In 2008 Ty bounced back from a bad year and had an even record at the end of the regular season. He went on to finish 3-1 in the playoffs and secure a good draft pick for the following year.
2009 - Road to Perfection
2009 was a record setting year for KSL. Through week 9 we had two undefeated teams in Palmer and Travis. These teams met in a Week 10 matchup that would determine who would stay undefeated. Ty was the victor that day and went on to win his next match. Palmer had one more match to attain the perfect season and it was against his counterpart Ty Boardman. When the dust had settled, Boardman was the victor and robbed Palmer of a perfect year. Palmer went on to win the conference and face Travis in the Matchett Cup. Palmer was victorious that year having gone 14-1 to win his first championship.
2010-2013 - Fall and Rise
In 2010 Palmer had a tough year. Moving from MFL back to Yahoo wasn't the easiest transition for everyone and Ty had suffered in the transition. Ty finished 5-8 during the 2010 season. He went 1-5 in the last 6 games of the season to stop him from making it to the playoffs.
In 2011 Ty had a very rocky start to the season. He lost 8 straight games and went into week 9 against the 8-0 Joe Snider. Ty Palmer beat Joe Snider in what is now known as the greatest upset in KSL history. Ty finished the season 3-2 but his 0-8 start hurt his chances of making it into the playoffs. His win over Dave Pate prevented Dave from being the #2 seed and his final win over Brain prevented him from making the playoffs.
For the 2012 Season Ty made off to a great start and finished as the number 2 team in the league. Ty made it back to the finals but was unable to beat divisional rival Dave Pate for a third time.
In 2013 Ty had statistically the worst draft in the league and so many were surprised when he was able to not only get his first win but when he went on to be 5-6 and in a tight race for his divisional title. However, he lost 3 of his last 4 games to finish 5-8 and miss the playoffs.
Ty had a good start in 2014 and after losing his first game, went on to win 5 straight before losing to divisional rival Brian the following week. Ty had a rough ending to his season and dropped 4 of his next 5 games. This caused him to miss out on winning his division but it placed him in the playoffs as the 4th seed. Ty ended up losing his playoff match against Jon Oberg. Ty made a big splash in 2014 despite most owners expecting him to falter. He was able to finish second in his division and make it back to the playoffs in a big way.
2014 - Present
Ty had a great draft in 2014 and was primed to take control of his division for that season. Brian and Ty were both 5-1 heading into Week 7 for a showdown. Brian was able to defeat Ty and take back control of the division. Over the next few weeks, both teams lost 2 in a row and met again in Week 11. Ty was able to get a big win here and take back the division. However, in week 13, Ty lost a close divisional matchup and Brian won his. Ultimately, Brian took back the division and moved into the playoffs as the 2nd overall seed and Ty went in as the 4th. Ty lost the first round to Jon Oberg. This was a disappointment after such a good season but Ty was looking towards next year to improve his team.
2015 had Ty start off with a big win over other Ty but unfortunately, Ty P lost 4 straight before finally defeating long time rival Brian in week 6. At 2-4 Ty needed some help but he went on to lose out and finish the year at 2-11. It was a major disappointment for him but it meant there was no where to go but up the following year.