Utah Roundnet 2019 Tour
Stop #1 - Dixie 2/16/19
No better way to spend your President’s Day Weekend then in Sunny St. George playing Spikeball for Utah Roundnet’s first tour stop of the season! We will have divisions for every athlete - with rankings in the advanced and co-ed being tracked throughout the season for a substantial cash sponsorship.
The morning will consist of pool play to determine seeding and the elimination tournament will start in the afternoon. Check out more information below!
Early Registration (ends 2/1): $30/team
Normal Registration: $40/team
Or get your season pass for just $150/team for all 6 tournaments!
Registration closes 2/15 @ 10:00 pm
Santa Clara City Park
1400 North Canyon View Drive
Santa Clara, UT 84765
Warm ups: 8:30-9:30am
Check-in: Must check in by 9:15am
Pool Play: 9:30-11:30am
Break: 30 minutes
Elimination Rounds: 12:00 pm until your team is eliminated
Think you're the best? Prove it. This division will include the top teams as well as newer players who want to test their skills against great competition. we will be tracking rankings throughout the season and the top 5 players will earn a cash sponsorship to go to nationals.
If you are newer or still honing your skills this is the division for you. This division will play by all of the official rules and is intended for people who want competition but are still developing their game.
Teams with 1 male-1 female may participate in any division, this division is specific for co-ed teams and we will be tracking team points for a final cash sponsorship at the end of the season.
We will follow the 2019 Spikeball Roundnet Association tournament formatting, as follows:
We will aim to have pools of 5-6 teams with single games to 21 with a cap at 25. Depending on number of teams we may need to have pools of 7-8 teams and we will have single games to 15 with a cap at 21. Pool play will determine seeding for bracket play - everyone will qualify for a spot in the brackets.
Bracket Play will also follow the 2019 SRA format: We will be using single elimination for all brackets and playing out for specific final placings. If you lose in the first or second round you’ll automatically drop into a feed-in consolation bracket. As such, every team will be guaranteed at least two bracket play matches.