Emerald City Summer Classic: Welcome

Wednesday, August 3
EMERALD CITY SUMMER CLASSIC
JULY 27-30, 2012
Eugene, Oregon
 
 
 
 
Next year's tournament will be played at Lane Community College, Sheldon High and the University of Oregon.  We plan to have three divisions open, elite and all-star divisions with a maximum of 32 teams in each division.  The cost for next year's tournament will increase slightly due to increased facilities costs, but will still be less expensive than other viewing tournaments at $650.
 
We'd love to have your teams, irregardless of their level and look forward to ending the summer season here with you in beautiful Eugene, Oregon.  Further details will be included on this site as the year goes on.
 
Results from the 2011 tournament are posted on the results page, just go to the menu on the left and click on the results page.  All tournament scores and the All-Tournament team are listed.
 


 

 
 

 

                              
 
 
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NCAA Coach Registration Click on link below

NCAA Team Registration Click on link below:
 

NCAA Educational Viewing/Reading Mandatory on Thursday for all players
All players must sign after viewing session to be eligible to play the balance of Event.

Team Coaches:  All coaches must go through approval process with the NCAA prior to tournament!
The NCAA coach approval process takes 3-7 business days.

This process and approval is good for two years. 

The cost  is $40.00 to complete the exam and process fee!
 
 
You will not be allowed to sit on bench or coach without certification .

Remember it takes 7 to 10 days to clear. Click below to start approval process
 
 
This is mandatory for the tournament to be certified and this process will be 
enforced, NO EXCEPTIONS


***** New NCAA Rule: As of 2011 *****

All players on your roster must be from an adjoining state!

Players must reside in a state with borders with state team in located only three out-of-state players may play on one team.