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Ohio Lawmen
Current Ranking
2018 National Ranking
2018 Regional Ranking [East]
2018 Report:
PS.COM is consistently accused of overrating the Ohio Lawmen due to the halo effect of them being crowned first ever World Champions (WS I, Palm Springs 2005). It has been 13 years since then, time for Ohio to reclaim their title, and as always we think they have the firepower to do so.

2017 Report:
Lately, we have typically over rank them going into Vegas and this year was no different. Looking at their World Series history since the inception of the event you should understand why we think so highly of them. We gave them a national 1 seed and they looked pretty rusty in the round robin. They bounced back in the playoffs and went on a nice run. Talent wise there is no question, but they will need to play more as a team like they used to in order to improve on their World Series performances the past few years. Committee comments: So much talent, so little on the field chemistry. Kind of odd to watch.6. Ohio Funny how they were 0-3 at the World Series but then won some big games, and finished pretty strong.

2016 Report:
Great roster just never put it all together this year.

2014 Report:
Ps.Com Comments: We had high hopes for them, as, on paper it was their best team since the advent of Although their WS performance was disappointing by their standards, they still looked very strong. They pushed the eventual champs DEA Combo the distance. That was simply a tough draw. Their elimination at the hands of Team Texas was a surprise as they never seemed to get their offense clicking. They were not nearly as active overall this year so we are hoping to see more of them in 2015. We still think these guys are one of the nations elite teams and have the potential to win any and every tourney they enter. Committee Comments: 8. Ohio - They have the talent when on loan from the Civi circuit, but were not active and underachieved at the WS. 7. Ohio Lawmen - Ranked this high solely on talent alone. Disappointing finishes are becoming the norm.

2013 Report:
Their biggest accomplishment was the huge ECC championship in Virginia Beach. They were not quite as active this year as they have been in years past so the do drop a tad in the rankings. They have one of the strongest core groups in the nation and just need to get a few positions cemented in with committed guys. 5. Ohio - been the same story lately: should be better with the players they have. 3. Ohio Lawmen - talented at the plate and in the field. 4. Ohio 5. Ohio May have gotten too big and with so many OHIO teams it hurts talent pool. Significant drop off past few years Previous ranking 3rd , won a good VA Beach tournament but was TIED for 9th at the WS. Great talent but terrible chemistry with a few too many prima donnas. Cut them and get better.

2012 Report:
5. Ohio XXX 8. Ohio Too much talent to go 1-4 at the WS, this team needs a complete overhaul. This team has challenged leadership and is tumbling internally. Time for a change at the top. XXX 5.Ohio Lawmen,2nd V.beach,4th Dayton,T9 W.S. XXX 9. Ohio Lawmen good group of guys just didn't seem to get it going this year XXX 5. Ohio- Good team, just lacked the results they were looking for. Sometimes having a small village of superstars in the dugout is a problem. XXX 8. Ohio XXX 7. Ohio Lawmen XXX 4. Ohio Lawmen-most talent. doesnt play guys who should be starting XXX 5. Ohio Lawmen - too many players, not enough PT to go around? XXX 6. Ohio, loaded with talent but zero chemistry, great individual ballers though and can beat anyone.

2011 Report:
2. Ohio most consistent East team all year. #1 all year in my book, but Great Lakes wins the W.S. so they jump ahead. Great team but honestly they have way too many good players riding the pine. With the talent they have in Ohio there is no reason why they don't have 2 teams in the uppers. Somebody has got to step up because simply adding players to an already stacked roster does not help their team or the sport. 1.Ohio- Consistant all year finished 4th on the biggest stage after a rough road. History reads a team does not have to be #1 after winning the WS (ie:2005, 2010). They are the most talented team and have played the best all year. #3. Ohio Lawmen- never out of a tournament or game. 4. Ohio- Great team depth. They might have the most players on the circuit but this could actually hurt them. They seem to have lost some of their chemistry with the large number of players. 1. Ohio Lawmen Clearly the best EC team all year long and always in the money. On paper the best money could buy and they showed it on the field. 2. - Ohio Lawmen - Dayton Police National champs - racked up the wins again in the World Series finishing top 4...again. nearly unbeatable unless they lose early, even then they are nearly unbeatable. SoCal of the East!2. Ohio Lawmen- loaded with talent maybe to much talent.

2010 Report:
Had what could be described as the greatest season of any team since the advent of the website. They either won or were runners-up in every tourney they particpated in. 2nd place in the World Series was quite a feat after being sent into the loser bracket early. "Consisstently the best overall team in the East Coast all year." "No team benefitted from the single state rule being lifted more than Ohio/Indiana. Those who voted thought it would help the smaller teams but in reality it helped the super teams even more."

Ranking History
2017 National Ranking
2017 Regional Ranking [East]
2016 National Ranking
2016 Regional Ranking [East]
2015 National Ranking
2015 Regional Ranking [East]
2014 National Ranking Majors Division
2014 Regional Ranking [East]
2013 National Ranking Majors Division
2013 Regional Ranking [East]
2012 Regional Ranking [East]
2011 Regional Ranking [East]
2010 Regional Ranking [East]
2009 Regional Ranking [East]
2008 Regional Ranking [East]
2007 Regional Ranking [East]
2006 Regional Ranking [East]
2005 Regional Ranking [East]
October 11-14, 2018
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June 29 & 30, 2018
West Covina, Ca.. (BLD)
National Police Softball Championship
Host: Chris POPPY Warner
July 7-8, 2018
Cincinnati, Ohio
Thin Blue Line Tournament
Host: Thin Blue Line
Sept 22 & 23, 2018
State College, PA.
New York Hounds Tournament
Host: Jimmy Wolters
July 27-28, 2018
Long Island, NY.
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