2018 Utah Invitational Series
The 2018 URA Invitational Tournament will consist of 3 individual tournaments in Logan (9/15), Salt Lake (9/22), and Provo (9/29). The top teams from each location will be invited to participate in the Championship Tournament on October 6th.
We are 2 tournaments down with numbers of 30 teams at Utah State, 43 in SLC, and Provo has 60 teams registered! We will have 3 divisions for each skill level - beginner, intermediate, and advanced - while the top teams from the intermediate and advanced divisions will play in the Championship Invitational - everyone else is still invited to come play pick up games and cheer on your favorite team(s)!
Registration is closed! We have 60 teams coming tomorrow! The only thing left to do is RSVP on the Spikeball app and Show up early and bring lots of water!
If you need a partner, use the Google doc link below to input your info and/or reach out to someone on the list to find a partner!
More Details and FAQs
Utah State 9/15 - USU West Quad Fields 10:00am-3:00pm
Salt Lake 9/22 - Liberty Park 9:00am-2:00pm
Utah County 9/29 - Rock Canyon Park 9:00am-2:00pm
Championships 10/6 - Veterans Memorial Park in West Jordan
Format will go as follows: Teams will play in a round robin format, against 4-6 other teams in your group. Pool play will determine seeding for the double elimination bracket - everyone will qualify for a spot in the brackets.
Which division do I register for?
Beginner: You've either never played, or played just a few times casually with friends but still trying to get the hang of it.
Intermediate: You know the rules, are fairly consistent and competitive against most players.
Advanced: You want to be the best, you've gotta compete against the best.
Can I play in a location I don't live in?
Yes, there will be no registration limitations for the initial 3 tournaments. If you can't make it the day of your hometown tournament, feel free to register for another. You can also play in more than 1 if you would like, but you will only be given 1 spot to the Championship even if you would normally advance in multiple.