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USSSA Great Lakes National Championships
10U, 12U, 14U, 14B, 16U, 18U

july, 2021

19jul(jul 19)12:00 am24(jul 24)11:59 pmFeaturedUSSSA Great Lakes National Championships10U, 12U, 14U, 14B, 16U, 18U12:00 am - 11:59 pm (24) Louisville Slugger Sports ComplexSport:FastpitchAge:10U,12U,14U,16U,18UEvent:A,B,OPEN,Signature Event,Slugger Summer Series,Weeklong Event

Event Details

USSSA Great Lakes National Championships

Slugger Summer Series

**THIS IS A STAY-TO-PLAY EVENT**

Format:

5 Game Guarantee
3 Pool / Double Elimination
Game times Tuesday begin at 9:00am

Entry Fee:
$600

Gate Fees Apply:

A: (Age 18+)

$12 Daily Pass Per Adult

$40 Weekly Pass Per Adult

C: (Age 5-12)

$6 Daily Pass Per Child

$20 Weekly Pass Per Child

Children under 5 years of age are free.

 

 

Time:

19 (Monday) 12:00 am - 24 (Saturday) 11:59 pm

Location:

Louisville Slugger Sports Complex

8400 N. Orange Prairie Road, Peoria, IL 61615

Organizer

LSSCJoe Bolen, lssc@SluggerPeoria.com

Hotel Information

 USSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RULES
Tournament is sanctioned by and will be governed by USSSA rules. 

  1. Verify official USSSA roster and provide proof of insurance at check in.
    Coaches must have proof of age available upon request.
    No change to a team’s roster will be allowed after the team has begun play in its first game. All team rosters must be posted on the USSSA Fastpitch website and approved by the State Director.
  2. 3 Pool Games seeded into Double elimination championship bracket.
    Game guarantees are always weather permitting.
  3. 80min finish the inning throughout the tournament – time begins at break of the plate meeting. All games are played to a winner. Championship game times will be the same as rest of bracket. ITB, will be used if tied after regulation. Last completed at bat becomes runner at second base. No outs, no count.
  4. Home/Visitor
    In all pool play games, coin flip to determine choice
    In bracket play, choice will be determined as follows:
    • Bracket play – higher seed from pool play has choice – if equally seeded, coin toss
    • Championship game – undefeated (i.e., “winner’s bracket”) team has choice
    • If Necessary – coin toss winner has choice
      Overall pool seeds from completed pool play will be used for choice of home/visitor in bracket.

If a tournament must be reverted to single elimination format where both teams in the championship game are undefeated, choice will be awarded to the higher seed from pool play (if one exists). 

Home team will be the official scorekeeper.

  1. Teams are seeded into pool play based on their national points at the time of pool play bracketing.
    Teams will be seeded into the double elimination bracket using USSSA online criteria from pool play results.
    Bracket seeds and placement in bracket is done through the ISTS USSSA online system.
  2. Be ready to play 30mins. prior to scheduled time. Be prepared when game completes in front of you.
  3. No field warm up or batting practice on playing fields after first game of the day. No soft toss into any fence. Batting cages and toss nets in field areas are on first come basis. Any green space inside or out of quads may be used for warm up. Be respectful of time in the cages, get your work done and get out.
  4. 12 run lead after 3 innings, 10 run lead after 4 innings and 8 run lead after 5 innings will be used.
    Any forfeited games shall be scored 7-0.
  5. Bats-  ALL BATS MUST HAVE USSSA STAMP- Penalty- Coach and player immediate ejection…
    Coach- Game ejected from, plus one. Player- Game ejected from
  6. Batting-  Bat 9, 10, 11 or “Entire Roster” throughout the tournament
    “Entire” roster batting must be declared at the beginning of game. If roster batting is being used the lineup card will show these “additional players” as AP’s. If you bat entire roster you cannot have a DP/Flex. Your courtesy runner becomes your last completed at-bat. If batting roster and someone has to drop due to injury or ejection, an out is taken each subsequent time in that spot in the order. No squashing lineups.
  7. Courtesy Runners-
    Any sub not yet involved in the game.
    If batting roster and all available players in the game, last completed at-bat can be used.
  8. Bat/Player protest- $150 cash in hand at time of protest and resolved at that time.
    No game will be played under protest.
  9. LSSC reserves the right to alter the tournament format due to weather or unforeseen circumstances.
    Help keep us on time…Once your game is completed please clean and vacate your dugout and field to allow following teams in. Any team found not following park rules is subject to immediate removal from event.Sportsmanship- LSSC is a Zero Tolerance Facility

Sportsmanship is a behavior and attitude from players, umpires, coaches, parents/fans that demonstrates mutual respect. Any person at an LSSC event that demonstrates behavior that is detrimental to that mutual respect will be removed from the event. Coach misses game ejected from, plus one. Any person removed by an umpire or director will be subject to removal for the remainder of the tournament. 

Skills Competition Fun in the Dome 
Wednesday, July 21 from 12pm- 6pm Team competitions utilizing up to 13 players on each team
Register a time at check-in that’s best for your team on Wednesday!
Diamond Dusters- Team Speed Relay around the bases involving 4 team members 

EVERYONE STARTS AT HOME PLATE!

First Runner- The clock will start on runners first step over the start line.
1st runner runs thru 1st base(home to first)
 
Second Runner- 2nd runner starts when first runner touches First Base.
2nd runner runs thru 2nd base(home to second)

Third Runner- 3rd runner starts when 2nd runner touches Second Base.
3rd runner runs thru 3rd base(home to third)

Fourth Runner- 4th runner starts when 3rd runner touches Third Base.
The clock will stop when the 4th runner steps on Home Plate.

All bases must be touched (5 sec. penalty each missed)
Fastest time is the Champion!

Around the Horn- Team relay involving all 9 defensive positions including the coach.

  • Throw down bases will mark baseless positions in OF and SS
  • Each fielder must step on the base before throwing to next position 
  • The clock will start on the ball being hit by the coach to pitcher 
  • The clock will stop when the catcher has the ball and steps on home plate 
  • Any bases missed or balls thrown out of play is a 5 sec. penalty 
  • Lowest team time is the champion

Throwing Progression

  1. Coach hits ground ball to pitcher 
  2. Pitcher to Catcher 
  3. Catcher to shortstop 
  4. Shortstop to First Base 
  5. First Base to Third Base 
  6. Third Base to Second Base 
  7. Second Base to Right Field 
  8. Right Field to Left Field 
  9. Left Field to Center Field 
  10. Center Field to Catcher 

Register a time at check-in that’s best for your team on Wednesday!

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