League Scheduler 2009 22.214.171.124
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Price: 19.95 USD (Buy Now)
Date added: 14 Oct 2013
Last Update: 30 Apr 2009
League Scheduler 2009 enables the novice user to produce season game schedules for all types of sports leagues. Thousands of organizations use this scheduler to handle everything from simple Wednesday night round robins to leagues that must conform to countless constraints and staggering complexity. League Scheduler 2009 features include:
Multi-Conference Divisions: Break your large divisions into conferences. Automatically set up games inside and across conferences for a balanced season. This will allow your league to have playoffs that make sense.
Conference 'No-Plays': Can your Northern conference play Central, but not South? That's right, League Scheduler 2009 is the only product that handles this for you.
Date, Time, and Field Blocks: Restrict teams into playing certain times of the day or help them avoid personal schedule conflicts like religious holidays, etc...
Team Binding: Easily handle situations where two or more teams have the same coach or other similar dependencies.
Automatically generates all game match-ups: Each team is guaranteed to have a balanced number of home and away games and the games will be evenly distributed across all possible opponents.
Schedule smoothing: Each team's schedule will be intelligently distributed across the dates and times throughout season as well as across all of the allowed fields of play.
Minimum days between games: You can easily insure that your pitchers have league required rest time between games.
Time Shares: You can now let divisions have different game lengths without breaking them out them into separate schedules.
Maximum away games in a row: Don't let your teams home and away schedule be lopsided. The home field advantage is an asset no team wants to get too long without.
Home field preferences: You can restrict teams to only playing their home games on their home fields. Each team can have as many or as few home fields as you want.
And More... Try it and see!
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