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2016 Report:
1. SoCal Alliance 1st DEA Kickoff, 1st Las Vegas BB, 1st WCC, 1st Moody, World Series Majors Campions. Statement championship to double dip the Blues and then walk it off the circuit with their 5th championship in their pocket. No debate here. Best in PS this year and best in history of PS to date. They leave an impressive body or work and legacy on the circuit. ### This will be the final time you see them in the rankings. In the ultimate MIC DROP they step off the field as a team for the final time as World Champions ###

2014 Report:
Ps.Com Comments: Missed a chance to be the first ever three-peat World Champions. They were still very solid and had a nice run at the WS but overall they were in a semi-funk throughout the year. Sure, they won plenty of tournaments but they were not nearly as active as in past years. Veterans George Reyes (Battle Born) and Kevin Burger (family) will not be back next year but other key players have re-committed so we expect them to be in the hunt once again. Perhaps losing their spot atop the totem pole will motivate them to reclaim what has been theirs for several years...until now. Committee Comments: Played great most of the season. Promotions and family issues left them short at WS. Early loss was too much to handle as the WS went on. 2nd DEA Kickoff, 1st WCC, 4th WS. Another solid year for Alliance and an early ticket to the losers bracket may have prevented a 3 peat even with a few key players missing. Loss of Reyes is huge. They will need to pick up someone to fill that void.

2013 Report:
Back to back World Series Champions. Team leaders worked some magic to get the squad refocused just in time to defend their title. When properly motivated they are nearly unbeatable. Best team in the country with the most talent, but was up and down all year. But kicked it into high gear and dominted the World Series. #1 Team in the country as well. Their two new additions for next season make them the 2014 Pre Season #1 Ranked team as well. Back to Back Champs(Again) and now four time champs. What else can you say but "WOW" . back to back speaks for itself. Most consistent and battle tested team on circuit. Dominated at series.

2012 Report:
World Champs 2007, 2008, and NOW 2012.

2011 Report:
72 points. 7 tourney championships. 52-3 overall record. Won every tourney they played in except the World Series, 2nd place.

2010 Report:
On paper it was their most impressive season as the tied a record for most tourney victories, 6 and most wins. But, the Sick Pick Up Tour became derailed in Palm Springs where they finished tied for 3rd and then the team had a huge disappointment in the World Series where they finished tied for 9th. You can't coast down the stretch and expect to remain #1 so they got jumped by Sin City. The one positive that came from their WS performance is this. If you thought they were good in 2010 wait till you get a load of them in 2011 as they are re-focused and fired up to reclaim their title.

Ranking History
2016 National Ranking
2016 Regional Ranking [West]
2015 National Ranking
2015 Regional Ranking [West]
2014 National Ranking Majors Division
2014 Regional Ranking [West]
2013 National Ranking Majors Division
2013 Regional Ranking [West]
2012 Regional Ranking [West]
2011 Regional Ranking [West]
2010 Regional Ranking [West]
2009 Regional Ranking [West]
2008 Regional Ranking [West]
2007 Regional Ranking [West]
2006 Regional Ranking [West]
2005 Regional Ranking [West]
October 11-14, 2018
Las Vegas, Nv. (Big League Dreams) Western Regional Championship
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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