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Discussion: Roster questions

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Sept. 7, 2018
caryp33
Men's 50
22 posts
Roster questions
New manager and team here with roster question.
We are playing in Rocket City tournament our first ISSA tournament.

The roster I am sending is this for guys playing in this tournament only or my full roster?

If full roster where/how do I add pick up players?
Sept. 7, 2018
DaveDowell
Men's 65
2527 posts
caryp33 ... That question may be better addressed to ISSA ... They have some rather creative and unique (to say the least) roster composition rules and policies ... We are SSUSA, a separate entity from them ...
Sept. 7, 2018
caryp33
Men's 50
22 posts
Canít get an answer from ISSA. Thatís why I posted on other associations thread.
Sept. 7, 2018
DaveDowell
Men's 65
2527 posts
No surprise on that ... Carefully evaluate any advice you get here! ... Good luck ...
Sept. 7, 2018
Broph88
19 posts
For ISSA you turn in a roster for that tournament only. They usually accept an updated roster at the coaches meeting. It's basically an open roster set up. Players can move around pretty freely. If you've ever played Freedom tournaments with the young guys, it's the same idea. It has it's good points and bad points. It's nice when you're short players and can easily pick up someone off another team that may not be playing.
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