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Discussion: Roster & playing in TOC

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Sept. 29, 2010
Michigan Vet
Men's 55
230 posts
Roster & playing in TOC
Could someone from SSUSA answer this question! Do you only have to be on the roster when you qualified for the TOC or did you have to play in that or any qualifier? We qualified in the Northern Regional but went without a few players. They were on the roster but did not play. Are they eligible for TOC?

Thank You in advance
Sept. 30, 2010
titanhd
Men's 50
328 posts
Yep.The roster is the criteria for playing TOC.
Sept. 30, 2010
kbl
Men's 60
528 posts
Michigan Vet - I would call george moreno in sacramento and ask him the rules. look under links on the right side of this page scroll til u see his name.
ken
Sept. 30, 2010
kbl
Men's 60
528 posts
michigan vet--please go to: http://seniorsoftball.com/forms/TOC-roster-rules.pdf thanks, ken
Sept. 30, 2010
titanhd
Men's 50
328 posts
Invited teams should participate with the same roster, or as close as reasonably possible, to
the roster they used when they won the tournament that resulted in their invitation to the
TOC. There is a ‘level playing field’ only if there is continuity in roster composition from the
qualifying roster to the TOC roster
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