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Old 06-12-2014, 11:36 AM #1
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Post NCPA Summer Update - Class AA, Class A, and More!

Hello everyone!

I’d like to start out by thanking everyone for a great 2013-2014 season! Nationals this year was one of the best I’ve attended in recent memory (except for one specific NEIC coach not being in attendance – we all strongly disliked that ). As a league, I believe that we’ve continued to push forward in some key areas– expanding our relationship within the paintball industry, promoting the National Championship television show by means of broadcasting on premium cable for the second year in a row (and the 10th consecutive year on television).

We’ve also expanded our team internally to help correct some of the backward steps we’ve taken in the past two seasons. Ryan Spierowski joins us in an operations role, and will be primarily responsible for scheduling events and maintaining relationships with teams, host fields, and coordinating sponsorships for the league. Amanda Gruhlke joins us as a league representative, and will be working hand-in-hand with teams as their primary point of contact for day-to-day operations – such as registering teams, working with school finance departments, and having someone that teams can reach, and receive a prompt response, if they have questions. Ryan (Ryan@CPX) and Amanda (Short Stuff) join Rebekah Gast (Rebekah), Rob Ortiz (PSUGhost), Joe Rieger (dymium), and Chris Raehl (raehl) as the NCPA team, along with all of our other volunteers and coordinators.

For the progress that we have made these past few seasons, we’ve fallen short of our own expectations in key areas. The two key areas we are addressing are Class AA scheduling and Class A. I’ll start with Class AA. We have compiled a list of school breaks for all schools who have participated in the NCPA in the past. Primarily spring breaks, but we’ve done our best to identify fall breaks as well. With these in mind, we’ll be generating in the next few weeks a list of dates for each conference that we believe will best serve as a schedule for each region. We will release those target dates both right here on PbNation, our website, Facebook, and Twitter. Once we’ve had an opportunity to review with teams those dates and gather your feedback, we will begin reaching out to fields to schedule those events for the full 2014-2015 season. Our goal is to have the entire season pre-planned before you guys get back to school – allowing you to focus on preparing your budgets, securing funding, practicing, and your studies (of course ). We would like to continue this trend for future seasons and begin moving the planning process earlier and earlier. If your local field is willing and able to host an NCPA Class AA event, please let us know via e-mail (ncpa@ncpapaintball.com). We will also be doing a better job of preparing schools for the expenses associated with playing. Paint prices and grades will be made clearly available on APPA and the NCPA website, and we will not allow an event to be posted or planned without having a firm commitment from host without that information.

The next area we are reviewing is Class A. In three seasons we’ve gone from 10 schools to 5 in our season conferences, and we had fewer Class A teams at Nationals than we did last year. We have not been proactive in planning Class A conferences, speaking with schools that would be interested in playing, or following through with our schools to ensure that their programs are in a healthy state so they can continue growing and playing. Additionally, we also have one of the more expensive formats to play, while at the same time seeing average funding levels from universities cut and paint prices going up. What this ultimately means for us is that there are some changes we feel can be made to the program to energize Class A growth, as well as Class AA growth. After several years of debate and discussion, we are considering making the following changes to the Class A program:
  • The NEIC Class A conference will continue to operate, and we want to add a Florida Class A conference. Note that each conference would have to have 4 paid teams to operate. If we can’t get 4 teams, we would like to switch that region to open events (see below).
  • Nationals will continue to have an open event on Friday, consisting of 3 Full-Format matches.
  • World Cup will continue each year, and will most likely be the open event format.
  • Going forward, we would like to have two formats available: RaceTo-7 and full format (the existing format)
    • All open events (with the possible exception of World Cup) would be RaceTo-7.
    • Conference events would be either full format or RaceTo-7, where paid conference teams will determine which format will be played.
    • Nationals will be full format
  • We would like to hold up to 1 open Class A event in non-season regions each semester. Open events would be the PSP Pro RaceTo-7 format (one half, 20 minute stop-clock, with penalty boxes). Entry would be limited to 6 teams per event for scheduling purposes.
  • Proposed entry fee structure:
    • Full season, full format: $3800 base price, $150 tiered late fees (no price increases here).
    • Open event, Nationals and World Cup: $1900 (Nationals will be full-format, Cup format is TBD).
    • Open event, RaceTo-7: $1300.
      • 4 team minimum per event. Limited exceptions *may* be made to allow 3 team events.
      • Each non-conference, open event team will receive $500 off their 2015 Nationals entry fee and one free Class AA entry fee, redeemable any time during the 2014-2015 season after their open event is completed.
      • Any team participating in 3 or more open events will receive a free 2015 Nationals entry.
  • Seeding for Nationals will be modified. We will keep the usual order of tiebreakers and seeding in place. Average margin would now be computed as the greater of:
    • Regular season average margin (all events played during the regular season, open or conference, including Nationals Friday play).
    • Average margin from Nationals Friday play.
  • We would no longer provide an automatic entry into the Saturday / Sunday National Championships for Cup and Conference winners. Instead, winners would be given extra wins based on their final placement at Class A events (or their conference placement) to be used in determining their seeding.
    • Season-long conference 1st place team: 3 extra wins
    • Season-long conference 2nd place team: 1 extra win
    • Open event winner: 1 extra win. If 6 teams participate, winner would receive 2 extra wins.
    • World Cup 1st place team: 2 extra wins if they are a non-conference team, otherwise 1 extra win
    • World Cup 2nd place team: 1 extra win if they are a non-conference team

With these changes, we hope to be able to provide a sustainable model for Class A play while still encouraging teams to form strong conferences of Class AA. Encouraging growth in both formats allows us to introduce new schools to college paintball (Class AA) and to provide a more feasible growth path for organizations to strive for (Class A) given the projected level of funding provided by schools and team fundraising. For schools who have been playing Class A, and for those interested in trying out Class A, we would love to hear from you! What do you think about these proposed changes? Where can we improve this program to provide more value for you? What don’t you like?

The final area that we will strive to change is in our communication. This starts with you guys! We want to hear what you think, what is going on with your programs, what struggles you are having, and how we can help your organization grow. Adding Amanda and Ryan to the team as points of contact is a start for us. We want to be more active on PbNation, Facebook, and Twitter, where we can reach all of the teams in an efficient way. We will also be updating our website. Those of you that have been around long enough remember the old version of the website, and know that the current website was a dramatic improvement. We also know that information is hard to find, and that we haven’t done a good job of keeping things updated. We will be re-organizing the site this summer to hopefully provide a better means of finding the information you need, as well as keeping things updated as we make changes. We would also like to feature more of you guys! If your program has done something exciting or new, let us know about it! Shoot a video or documentary of your team? Represent your school at another paintball event? Show off to the world! Communication is always a two-way street – we want to hear from you on a frequent basis to know how we’re doing, and how your team is doing. The easiest way for you to get involved is to run for the NCPA Board of Directors! We have many open spots to fill, and we need them filled now! Your responsibilities and time requirements range from minimal (a few conference calls per season) to as much as you want to be involved, and the only requirement is that you are a full-time student for the 2014-2015 academic year. If you’d like to be on the NCPA Board, please send us an e-mail with your name and school, elections@college-paintball.com.

We hope that you are as excited about the upcoming season as we are! Please let us know what you think about the upcoming season and proposed changes. Let us know what your team is doing this summer! We look forward to hearing from you, and we look forward to a successful 2014-2015 season.

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Old 06-12-2014, 11:47 AM #2
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Some great changes Really looking forward to how this pans out.

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Clubs should be encouraged to be active in social media, maybe even an incentive? It's a way to differentiate paintball clubs from other clubs sports. We all know paintball has strong media coverage compared to most college club sports and we can use it to our advantage. Paintball is also a close knit community, so seeing what other schools are up to is nice, perhaps a list of schools' Facebooks/Twitters/Instagrams?

My philosophy has been not to be another club sport that no one hears about. Drexel has been actively posting our pictures on Instagram from events as well as recruiting incoming freshman, which I don't see other club sports doing. We get a ton of interest, and while I don't think many of them will be regular players, even being able to get 1-2 new guys hooked is something I consider successful.

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Old 06-12-2014, 12:11 PM #4
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Clubs should be encouraged to be active in social media, maybe even an incentive? It's a way to differentiate paintball clubs from other clubs sports. We all know paintball has strong media coverage compared to most college club sports and we can use it to our advantage. Paintball is also a close knit community, so seeing what other schools are up to is nice, perhaps a list of schools' Facebooks/Twitters/Instagrams?
Good idea! I'm sure we can expand the NCPA Club listings page to include these.

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Old 06-12-2014, 12:22 PM #5
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I love the changes! especially the open format, my only concern would be if their isnt enough support for it, teams that want to compete in the Race-to-7 or full format events wouldnt be able to do so. However, if there is the support for it I think it would work well. My only question would be as of now there has always been a definitive line between A and AA. If the open events are open to every team, are those teams then eligible for A nationals?
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I definitely have to agree with the emphasis on social media. Rowan has a facebook page and while we don't have a huge amount of followers, it has made it easy for many people prospective students coming up from high school, as well as current students to reach out to us. We expect a lot of growth in our club come the fall semester almost solely because of our facebook page. Additionally, sponsors have reached out to us on our page including social paintball who have given us some nice deals on new jersies and gear as well as make promotional videos. So the social media thing really works well and I'd really recommend every team work with it and while you're at it, like our page and tell your friends!
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Pardon me if I misunderstood the proposed change, but I don't know how I feel about using regular season stats for a tie breaker at nationals. I'd be pretty upset if my team has a better margin than a tied team at nationals and they get to advance based on their performance at past events. Maybe it's just me but I don't think the regular season should affect anything besides seeding for prelims. For example, Purdue doesn't have a conference to play here. We'd be spending close to the cost of a PSP event to play in another region's conference. It wouldn't be fair for us to get sent home despite a better margin at the event because we had nowhere to play during the year. This is especially true if they come from a 'weak' conference. It doesn't matter if you're beating up on D5 players 11-2 at your regional events if you're not winning at nationals. It doesn't translate.
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Definitely a step in the right direction here encouraging Class AA teams to make the bump up to Class A, given that their funding is increased. The Open events will allow Class AA teams to get a feeling of what it will be like playing a different, and considerabely more competitive format without biting more off than they can chew by making the bump up for a whole season.
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Pardon me if I misunderstood the proposed change, but I don't know how I feel about using regular season stats for a tie breaker at nationals. I'd be pretty upset if my team has a better margin than a tied team at nationals and they get to advance based on their performance at past events. Maybe it's just me but I don't think the regular season should affect anything besides seeding for prelims. For example, Purdue doesn't have a conference to play here. We'd be spending close to the cost of a PSP event to play in another region's conference. It wouldn't be fair for us to get sent home despite a better margin at the event because we had nowhere to play during the year. This is especially true if they come from a 'weak' conference. It doesn't matter if you're beating up on D5 players 11-2 at your regional events if you're not winning at nationals. It doesn't translate.
Regular season stats have always been used to determine both seeding into the event, and placement going into the playoffs on Saturday. As a hypothetical example, UConn could win every one of their 8 matches in their conference, show up to Nationals on Friday and get skunked 0-3, and still advance based on their regular season results (especially if they won their conference - in the past they would have received an automatic spot in playoffs). The proposed changes help alleviate this by providing regional, open events for more teams to participate in (you would have one per semester in the Chicago / Great Lakes areas), providing each team with a greater opportunity to earn points toward their place in the Nationals playoffs. The proposed changes would remove that automatic spot and provide a more balanced approach to seeding. It also, as a consequence, would put greater emphasis on the team's performance at Nationals on Friday to make sure they're retaining their seed if they haven't participated in the season already, and puts emphasis on participating throughout the regular season to secure your spot in the playoffs at Nationals.

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Clubs should be encouraged to be active in social media, maybe even an incentive? It's a way to differentiate paintball clubs from other clubs sports. We all know paintball has strong media coverage compared to most college club sports and we can use it to our advantage. Paintball is also a close knit community, so seeing what other schools are up to is nice, perhaps a list of schools' Facebooks/Twitters/Instagrams?

My philosophy has been not to be another club sport that no one hears about. Drexel has been actively posting our pictures on Instagram from events as well as recruiting incoming freshman, which I don't see other club sports doing. We get a ton of interest, and while I don't think many of them will be regular players, even being able to get 1-2 new guys hooked is something I consider successful.
Maybe as an incentive clubs should provide their social media links in return for a discount on entry as it has been done with providing matching jerseys , a news article and filling out the APPA info thing.
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Maybe as an incentive clubs should provide their social media links in return for a discount on entry as it has been done with providing matching jerseys , a news article and filling out the APPA info thing.
You read my mind. Perhaps having an active account leading up to Nationals.
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You read my mind. Perhaps having an active account leading up to Nationals.
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You read my mind. Perhaps having an active account leading up to Nationals.
I'm not sure that we can add an additional waiver to the Nationals system, but it would definitely be possible to expand the APPA profile waiver. Instead of having it just be individual players, we could ask that each team have an active, up-to-date club listing, which includes social media links. The social media links would be something we can easily check to ensure there's activity there.

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For the Open events, if any team is able to compete, presumably both AA and A teams, will the AA teams be allowed to compete A nationals if they do well at the open events, or are they being used more as a way to Transition up and coming AA teams to A?
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Joe you said class A teams will be able to choose from race to 7 format or full and that nationals will be full. What if every class A event they choose race to 7? Wouldn't it be smart to make nationals race to 7 as well? Basically determining the national format based on how the season plays out?
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"Nationals will continue to have an open event on Friday, consisting of 3 Full-Format matches." - Just wanna make sure that this means that the "open event" means both CLass AA and Class A can play the "full format".
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Proposed entry fee structure:
  • Full season, full format: $3800 base price, $150 tiered late fees (no price increases here).
  • Open event, Nationals and World Cup: $1900 (Nationals will be full-format, Cup format is TBD).
  • Open event, RaceTo-7: $1300.
    • 4 team minimum per event. Limited exceptions *may* be made to allow 3 team events.
    • Each non-conference, open event team will receive $500 off their 2015 Nationals entry fee and one free Class AA entry fee, redeemable any time during the 2014-2015 season after their open event is completed.
    • Any team participating in 3 or more open events will receive a free 2015 Nationals entry.
Could you provide clarification on these prices? Does the full season include cup and nationals? Is cup and nationals included in the $1900 or is it $1900 each? Does cup count for the $500 off Nationals and a Free class AA entry? Also does cup count as 1 of 3 events for a free nationals entry?

Overall I really like these changes and I'm glad to see that the NCPA is already taking steps to improve during the 2014-15 season
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I'm guessing "cup" is nationals but Saturday/Sunday? or can someone clarify this for me.
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For the Open events, if any team is able to compete, presumably both AA and A teams, will the AA teams be allowed to compete A nationals if they do well at the open events, or are they being used more as a way to Transition up and coming AA teams to A?
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"Nationals will continue to have an open event on Friday, consisting of 3 Full-Format matches." - Just wanna make sure that this means that the "open event" means both CLass AA and Class A can play the "full format".
Friday at Nationals (April) is always an open event. What I mean by that is that any team (with academically eligible players) is allowed to play and fight for a spot in the playoffs on Saturday / Sunday - the actual Class A Nationals tournament. A team could not compete at all in 2014-2015 and show up at Nationals - CSU Long Beach and Fresno usually do this, for example, due to a lack of a California conference. This has been the policy for as long as I can recall, and we don't intend on changing it.

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Joe you said class A teams will be able to choose from race to 7 format or full and that nationals will be full. What if every class A event they choose race to 7? Wouldn't it be smart to make nationals race to 7 as well? Basically determining the national format based on how the season plays out?
Conferences would be able to choose the format they play. Should every conference choose RaceTo-7 we may consider it, but at the current time we're dedicated to the full format at Nationals - the consensus being it looks better on TV, and there are some gameplay elements of the format that we like from a competitive standpoint.

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Could you provide clarification on these prices? Does the full season include cup and nationals? Is cup and nationals included in the $1900 or is it $1900 each? Does cup count for the $500 off Nationals and a Free class AA entry? Also does cup count as 1 of 3 events for a free nationals entry?

Overall I really like these changes and I'm glad to see that the NCPA is already taking steps to improve during the 2014-15 season
For teams playing in a conference, the $3800 includes all conference events and Nationals. Cup, or entry to other open events, would not be included in the $3800 season entry as it's a stand-alone open event. Accordingly, it would count for the $500 off Nationals / free Class AA entries, and free Nationals entry.

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I'm guessing "cup" is nationals but Saturday/Sunday? or can someone clarify this for me.
Cup is World Cup - we run an open Class A event at PSP World Cup in October.

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I love this article. Race to 7 would be a great update for regional play, as essentially the "mercy rule" format that we had in the past.
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Would the first place winner at World Cup still gain free entrance fee to Nationals?
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