MASL Announces Alignment, Launches New Website

— Press Release —

The Major Arena Soccer League announced its divisional alignment for the 2014/15 season and continued its offseason transformation with today’s launch of www.maslsoccer.com.

Twenty-three teams will be separated into four divisions., Eastern, Central, Southern, and Pacific.

The Eastern Division will be composed of the Baltimore Blast, Harrisburg Heat, Rochester Lancers, Syracuse Silver Knights, and Detroit Waza Flo.  The Central Division lists the Milwaukee Wave, Chicago Mustangs, Tulsa Revolution, St. Louis Ambush, Missouri Comets, and Wichita B-52s.

The Southern Division will feature the Dallas Sidekicks, Monterrey Flash, Hidalgo La Fiera, Brownsville Barracudas, Saltillo Rancho Seco, and Oxford City of Texas (formerly Texas Strikers).  The San Diego Sockers, Las Vegas Legends, Ontario Fury, Seattle Impact, Turlock Express, and Sacramento Surge will compete in the Pacific Division.

Every team will face each of its divisional rivals at least one time home and away.

Continuing its partnership with Pointstreak Sports, the new MASL website features improved graphics and easy navigation to the league’s 23 teams.

In addition to the MASL site, Pointstreak hosts sites for the Wichita B-52s, Seattle Impact, Tulsa Revolution, Turlock Express, and Oxford City Texas.

“Anytime you transition to a new brand identity, it is an elaborate and arduous process,” said Commissioner Kevin Milliken of the seven year old league formerly known as the Professional Arena Soccer League. “Pointstreak has been right by our side every step of the way.”

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Author: Scott Ludwig

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