MODS uses multiple rounds to re-seed teams. Our goal is to have teams playing as many games as possible against teams of similar skill level.
Single-gender leagues are offered for various skill levels. Some of these are draft leagues where players submit their names and may or may not be selected. Our developmental single-gender leagues are open to anyone.
Our single-gender leagues are based on individual registration. For Individuals without a team, some leagues offer a Free Agent option, allowing people to sign up as an individual, a couple, or a small group to be placed on a team. A minimum number of players is required to create a Free Agent team within a league. MODS will do everything we can to place you with a Free Agent team or find you a spot on an existing team.
Mixed-gender leagues are our most popular programs. We offer four nights of mixed 7-on-7 team play in the summer (May to August) as well as a fall outdoor league (September to October). In October we transition to indoors where mixed is played 5-on-5 (we also have a small 4-on-4 league). For our 7-on-7 format, the typical team size is 14 people (minumum of 12) with a 4:3 gender ratio. Participants must register as a team for all mixed leagues. Individuals, couples and small groups can use the "Free Agency" option for leagues that offer it.
The Parity League is a unique program MODS runs in the spring and fall. Based on individual registration, the mixed league plays indoor 5-on-5. Players are assigned to a team by the league and each team has a general manager (coach). What makes Parity League unique is that stats are tracked during the game by the teams. These stats are used to calculate fake salaries for each player. Team must make trades once a week to keep their team under a salary cap. This is a great way to meet new people as participants may end up on several teams throughout the season. It’s also a great way to learn more about the game. The format of the league allows players of all skill levels to play together in a fun and supportive environment.
Parity leagues are attractive for several reasons: