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  1. The Western Collegiate Ball Hockey Association (W.C.B.H.A.) is a fictional college ball hockey league located in the western United States. Teams compete using most of the same rules as the N.C.A.A. However one major rule change would be the floating blue line. The first season consist of 11 teams in the Pacific and Sierra conference. Teams play in 3 men’s divisions and 2 women’s divisions. Teams in the men’s and women’s division 1 play 34 games. Teams in the men’s and women’s division 2 play 24 games. Fallowing the regular season there is a single game elimination tournament with 8 teams. Teams in the men’s division 3 play 14 games. The regular season starts the first weekend in October and ends the last week of March. The tournament starts the first week of April. The men’s and women’s division 1 tournament will be held in Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena. The men’s and women’s division 2 tournament will take place in Reno at the Reno Events Center. The men’s and women’s division 3 tournament will take place in San Jose at the Sharks Ice at San Jose. For those of you who don’t know what ball hockey check this out: http://www.isbhf.com/en/about-sport-w4/basic-rules-w23/ Men’s division 1 Pacific conference San Jose State University Santa Clara University Stanford University St Mary’s College of California University of California, Berkeley University of San Francisco Sierra conference University of Nevada Reno University of California Davis University of the pacific University of Nevada Las Vegas California State University Sacramento Men’s division 2 Pacific conference San Jose State University Santa Clara University Stanford University University of California, Berkeley Sierra conference University of Nevada Reno University of California Davis University of Nevada Las Vegas California State University Sacramento Men’s division 3 Pacific conference San Jose State University Stanford University University of California, Berkeley Sierra conference University of Nevada Reno University of Nevada Las Vegas California State University Sacramento Women’s division 1 Pacific conference San Jose State University Santa Clara University Stanford University St Mary’s College of California University of California, Berkeley University of San Francisco Sierra conference University of Nevada Reno University of California Davis University of the pacific University of Nevada Las Vegas California State University Sacramento Women’s division 2 Pacific conference San Jose State University Santa Clara University Stanford University University of California, Berkeley Sierra conference University of Nevada Reno University of California Davis University of Nevada Las Vegas California State University Sacramento Logos:
  2. So I previously did a concept called "stadium series" and decided I wanted to make a league out of it. So without further ado, I present the North American Baseball Association (NABA). First team up, the San Antonio Rebels. I really love the way this turned out! The stadium is called HEB Park. The backdrop of the field is a little shopping area with a strip mall, HEB, mall, and Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. Behind home plate there is a commercial district with an arena, office building, and parking garage. View from the entrance behind home plate. here you can see the backdrop, and also the tall wall in left field, which is 35' high, because the park is only 290' to left. The wall also doubles as the visitors clubhouse, the team offices, as well as the rooftop deck which fans can sit/stand on during the games. As said above, here is the view from the rooftop deck. Not much else to be seen here. Here is the view from the top step of the Rebels dugout down the first base line, where you can see the old school scoreboard on the left field wall, as well as the Alamo shaped scoreboard on top of the roof. Here is the view from the visitors dugout, and you can see down the 310' right field line. Also note the Alamo replica building which is the Rebels clubhouse. The clubhouse is several levels, with the training rooms, batting cages, and extra amenities underground. Here's a view from the Rebels clubhouse, where you can see the home plate and third base line entrances, as well as the club level, which has 17 suites, the press box, and the club level bleachers. Here is the view from behind home plate, most of what is to be seen has already been noted, so I won't touch on it anymore. Ariel view of HEB Park. Parking lot in right field, with the main entrance in the right field corner.