Mason Dixon Division (PIHA)

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The PIHA's Mason Dixon Division was formed in 2004 as part of the league's realignment into two divisions. It lasted one year before being dropped in 2005. The division was then revived in 2007 as a part of the Eastern Conference in the PIHA's realignment.

Current lineup[edit]

Division lineups[edit]


Changes from the 2003 season[edit]

  • The Mason Dixon Division was formed as a result of PIHA realignment.
  • The Harrisburg Lunatics, Reading Nasty Boyz, West Chester Shockwave, and York Typhoon move in from the PIHA Pro Division.

Changes after 2004 season[edit]

  • The West Chester Shockwave move to the Eastern Division.
  • The Harrisburg Lunatics and York Typhoon move to the Western Division.
  • The Reading Nasty Boyz cease operations.


Changes from the 2006 season[edit]

  • The Harrisburg Lunatics, Pittsburgh Bandits (formerly Pittsburgh Phantoms), Richmond Rollin Robins, Scottsdale Inferno, and York Typhoon move in from the Eastern Division.
  • The Feasterville Fury, Marple Gladiators, and Pottstown eXpress are added as expansion teams.


  • Harrisburg Lunatics
  • Maryland Knights
  • Potomac Mavericks
  • Richmond Rollin Robins
  • Winchester Generals
  • York Typhoon

Changes from 2007 season[edit]

  • The Feasterville Fury, Marple Gladiators, Pittsburgh Bandits, and Pottstown eXpress move to the newly formed Atlantic Division.
  • The Maryland Knights, Potomac Mavericks, and Winchester Generals were added as expansion teams.

Division Champions[edit]

Founders Cup Winners produced[edit]

  1. 2004 - York Typhoon

See also[edit]