August 13, 2010 ---Liberty University Paintball Team, One of College’s premier professional paintball teams, today announced a sponsorship agreement with Planet Eclipse www.planeteclipse.com. Beginning with the 2010 NCPA Tournament Series and continuing for the remainder of the 2011 season, Through the new relationship, Planet Eclipse becomes the official Marker and gear sponsor of the Liberty University Paintball Team. Players and Fans can follow dynamic coverage of the NCPA season by going to www.college-paintball.com and www.planeteclipse.com
"We are thrilled to add Planet Eclipse to our list of sponsors" said Todd Hoglund, Liberty University Paintball Coach. “ We are excited to be working with the best company in paintball and by joining efforts with Planet Eclipse,a global leader in the paintball industry, we can promote and market college paintball and show the world what a great sport we have."
Liberty University is the largest and fastest growing Christian Evangelical university in the world. Liberty University is consistently on the forefront of exciting innovations, like having 2 turf xball fields on-campus. During the 2009-2010 NCPA season, The Liberty University Paintball Class A team finished the season in Second place of the Mid-Atlantic Coast Conference, and placed 4th in the Nation. The Class AA team finished 8th in the Nation. In a desire to be the best in college paintball, we are excited to be associated with the best company in paintball. Many of the LU players have been using Egos for years and are now thrilled to be sponsored by the best in the industry.
"Planet Eclipse is proud to support the dedication, talents and accomplishments of the Liberty University Paintball team as it competes in the NCPA Tournament Series," said Marc Lancia, US Sales Manager of Planet Eclipse " This new relationship provides us an unparalleled opportunity to extend awareness of college paintball and Liberty University, through both the Planet Eclipse brand and through our coverage of the Paintball Tournament Series."