Slowpitch | Aug 14, 2013

Details on the AkS Classic next weekend

August 24&25, 2013 at Cartee Complex in Anchorage

This is our end of season coed tourney, we have four divisions two open and two that allow 4 pick-ups:

  • Coed Open Comp: Team can be any players, even if they didn’t play on a coed team this season, THIS IS WHERE MEN ON THE RESTRICTED LIST SHOULD PLAY
  • Coed Open C/D: Open rosters but players had to play in Coed C or D this year, limit of 2 mens comp players on a team, no restricted players
  • Coed C: Your C team plus 4 pick-ups from C or below,  no restricted players
  • Coed D/E/Rec: Your team plus 4 pickups, no comp or restricted players

 

Frequently asked questions:

Can my Fall Ball team play?
If your team is a new Fall Ball team you are welcome to play in the Coed Open C/D, if your Fall Ball team has the same roster as your league team from this season then sign-up in the apropriate division.
Can my 7-3 (Rec in Anchor Town) team play?
Yes, as a Coed C team as long as you don’t have any Coed B or above men and women on the roster as well as Men’s Comp Players, if you meet these requirements but need to pick up more than 4 players you can still play in the Coed Open C/D.
How are pick-up players rated?
Pick-up player ratings are based on the players highest rating this season, so if they played B at one association and C at another, they have to play as B.
Can Church and/or Faith League teams play?
Yes their rating would be as D unless a player or players on the team play on an upper level team, then they would take the rating of the highest rated player.
How Many Teams can I play on?
Only one team per player.

Payments:

How do we pay for the tourney?
AlaskaSoftball.com is running the entire tourney so we are paying for the field usage, the balls, the umpires and all the awards. To make it easier for the local associations we are also handling the fees. The team fee, $300, can be paid when signing up via PayPal or if you have a sponsor they can make a check out to Powell Design, or sister company, and you can bring that or cash to the tourney. Team fees need to be paid before the second round robin game is played.

The sign-up form has a link to the various payment options at the end.

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This year we’re changing things up a bit, here’s what you will get for your team’s $300 entry fee:

  • 5 game guarantee
  • Hoodies for the winners and more shirts – We decided not to do AllStars and MVP’s this season but instead give out more team shirts including upgrading first place to hoodies and second place to long sleeve t-shirts.
  • Raffle tickets – everyone on each team’s roster will get a ticket and have a shot to walk away with prizes throughout the tourney.

 

To play your team needs to sign-up with us, rather than your local association, see link below, and coaches/managers will be responsible for getting us a team roster prior to the tourney so we can confirm the team’s  level of play.

Register for the tourney ([ATTENDEE_NUMBERS event_id=”89″ type=num_attendees_slash_reg_limit])

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