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Discussion: Torunament Schedules
|Nov. 25, 2003|
Have Bat Will Travel
I have played Senior Softball for eight years. Six as a manager . My team (California Crush) just played in the Las Vegas tournament. Why is it that when you sign up to play in a SSUSA tournament the schedules are never available until a day or two befor the first scheduled game? SSUSA has a two week cut off date, which should be plenty of time to get the schedules organized and sent to the managers. This late scheduling creates problems for all managers and players. It happens at every tournament. If you are going to have a two wek cut off date, Stick with it.
We plan every year to come to Las Vegas to play ball and enjoy what the city offers. When we get a game schedule of 8:00 am, 12:00 pm, 6:00 pm and have to be back early sunday morning, It does not give us any time to enjoy Las Vegas. It was very cold in the morning and evening. The las Vegas team and Ohio team had 9:15, 10:30 Saturday , 9:45 Sunday games. The other teams completed their saturday schedule within a 4 hour span. The only answer I got for this schedule was "It was the luck of the draw" That will not get it. With this computer age, There is software that all you have to do is feed it the info and it will give you a FAIR schedule, Instead of accompaning some teams
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