Coach Pre-Tournament Meeting

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5-Team Pools at Palooza – Regardless of Covid, it will help tremendously if teams vacate the courts when not playing.

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Coach’s Online Meeting
Hospitality near the championship desk is provided for coaches who are actually coaching.  We do not provide enough food to feed coaches not actually playing in the tournament or a coach’s family and friends.  
  • Titan Sports Complex – BRING Camp Chair or Bleacher Seat 
    • Find Detailed Spectator Info Here
    • concessions available
    • No coolers allowed
    • No outside food
    • Mask covering face/nose required inside Titan for ages 10 and up
    • No Team Bench – Two chairs will be provided for coaches.
Pool and Bracket Schedules on AES-update to direct link
  • Find play schedule and work schedule, as well as future matches if you click your pool, crossover, or challenge match.
  • A laptop station will also be available for reviewing AES information online. WIFI/Cell service is limited.
General Information for Playing Coach Must Understand
    • Covid – I understand the Covid Protocols and have reviewed them and will share with my team and parents.
      • I as the leader of my team will actively request my parents and players not officiating to leave the court area.  I am the best person to help reduce crowding.
    • Arrival Times
      • 7:15am or not more than 30 minutes before a scheduled bracket match – Matches will start early if all teams are available.
    • Check-In –
      • 7:15am-7:45am, unless off round 1
      • No roster to bring – It should be in AES already and will be printed ready to pick up hanging on the wall opposite the tournament desk.
    • Check-Out – At the conclusion of bracket, I will check out with the site director to verify I have no officiating duties.
    • Scheduling – I understand pool/bracket schedules, scores, and officiating duties will be posted on AES only.
    • Tournament Format – Click Here for specifics by age division.
    • Officiating – I understand AES will pre-assign both playing teams to officiate the next round of bracket.  AES will not determine the officiating team until after the previous match concludes and scores are entered; in most cases, the losing team will officiate on the same court.
      • Failure to report on time for officiating duties will result in penalty points or a forfeit.
      • I understand I or a team rep is to be court-side during all assigned officiating responsibilities.
      • Phones and music devices are not to be used outside of an official time keeping capacity at the score table. Extra players do not need to crowd the score table.
      • I understand the R1 will call captains, and my team, if officiating the next match, should begin warm up time IMMEDIATELY following the previous match and before discussing the team’s recent playing performance!
      • I will bring a whistle for my R2, as well as a time keeping device.
    • Med Forms – I understand I am to have a copy of each player’s medical form while at the tournament.
    • Roster – I understand my team’s roster should be entered into AES.
    • No Trainer – I understand a trainer will NOT be available. On the front page of the website is a list of local medical centers in the event an injury occurs.
    • Tie breaking procedures will not result in playoffs in a four or five team pool, even to determine advancement to gold or silver.
    • Warm-up balls are not provided.
    • Trash – I am responsible for the cleanliness of my team’s bench area.
    • Vandalism – My players know that anyone defacing or otherwise doing damage to any part of a facility or equipment will be asked to leave, especially the score book and flip scores.
    • Awards – Following championship matches, all gold and silver champions and the runner-up in gold will collect awards from the Championship desk.