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Discussion: Why?

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Sept. 5, 2011
MRC
15 posts
Why?
Why is it USSSA can post statistics before Tournament (teams, game time, field #); during Tournament (within a 20 minute time frame of game completion - including scores, next game inf.) and at end of Tournament. Our son played in the Great Lakes Nationals SPMensE and we could find inf. almost immediately. What is wrong with SPA not getting inf. out in a timely manner?
Sept. 5, 2011
taits
Men's 65
4387 posts
It could very well be resources available. Meaning people 'volunteering' to work the event or paid personal.
Could also be number of parks, fields, & teams entered.
Not all 'assn's are equal in response time for those mentioned but I think they do the best they can.
I know one who occasionally doesn't do any of it depending on which T it is put on by whom.
I am sure it will be there when they can get it posted.
Sept. 5, 2011
MRC
15 posts
There were 74 teams, 6 fields - With as much money that is paid for Senior tournaments, maybe it would be a good idea to "hire" someone to take care of statistics. The website I was speaking of has Nationals and World Series inf. since Jan 2011.
Sept. 5, 2011
taits
Men's 65
4387 posts
I won't address the "hire" process, but I see the T was a good sized one and can see why you feel as you do.
I can not speak for any other than myself on this, but with the tablets, smart phones and PC's I would think it could be faster than it is.
You might ask those at SPA via the phone or email or letter with return self addressed envelope, to see if you get a reply.
If you do the latter it would be interesting to read here if you got a reply from them, but I'd give them about a month to come up with something.
Sept. 5, 2011
taits
Men's 65
4387 posts
You might want to make the letter a return receipt requested type, so as to avoid the we did not receive it reply later.
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