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Discussion: Bodering state rules

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March 20, 2017
L.Martin
Men's 45
27 posts
Bodering state rules
We are a major team based out of Texas, how many out of state players are we allowed to have for both 40s and 50s?
March 20, 2017
L.Martin
Men's 45
27 posts
sorry bordering states
March 20, 2017
SSUSA Staff
2144 posts
You may have as many bordering states players as you wish (both 40's and 50's have the same rules) and you will remain a "Texas Team" so long as the majority of players on the roster are from Texas ... Or, if they come from multiple bordering states, Texas must have the plurality if there is no Majority ... NOTE: These rules are applied for EACH tournament roster you build and are NOT based on your Master Roster ...

EXAMPLES (with 15-player roster) ...
Texas (8) and Oklahoma (7) = Texas team
Texas (6), Oklahoma (7) and New Mexico (2) = Oklahoma Team
Texas (5), Oklahoma (4), New Mexico (4) and Louisiana (2) = Texas Team

If you have questions about specific players, please call the Sacramento Home Office at (916) 326.5303 during normal business hours on the Left Coast and ask for any of the eligibility specialists ... They will be happy to assist ...

March 20, 2017
L.Martin
Men's 45
27 posts
Thank you very much.
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