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Roster & Waiver Guidelines

All teams are required to set their roster on the DiscNW website and all players must sign the required DiscNW waivers before their first game. Please read through the steps below to set your roster, send the e-waivers to your players and check your team's waiver status.

 

Rosters

All teams are required to set their roster on the DiscNW website. DiscNW is no longer offering to do this for teams, however, we are happy to help guide you through the process! In order to set your roster you must have a DiscNW account that is connected to the team for which you are setting a roster by being listed as a coach or captain. Please see the two steps below for setting your roster.

Step One: Create Player Accounts

We ask that all coaches please encourage players to make a DiscNW account for themselves. By doing so, this will allow the coach to auto fill the players’ names into the roster and the player’s account will be connected to the team, so they will be able to complete the required waivers online and see their game schedule.

 

Here are account creation instructions for players:

  1. Create an account for the player. 
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    • Go to www.discnw.org.
    • Click “New Account” in the upper right corner.
    • Enter all required information for the parent and click “Create Account.”

 

Step Two: Create Team Roster

Coaches: If any of your players do not have a DiscNW account, please collect a working email address from those players and enter it as you enter their name on the roster. This will allow you to email them the DiscNW e-waivers.

To complete your team's online roster, follow these instructions:

  1. Login to your discnw.org account and go to your profile by clicking your name in the upper right corner and selecting “Your Profile.”
  2. Click on the “Recent Teams” tab under your basic profile information. This tab shows all of the teams you have captained, coached or played for.
  3. Select the team for which you would like to set a roster. (Please note: your team must be registered for a league or event in order to set an event roster.)
  4. Make sure that the event name is listed correctly.  To change the event listing for your team, use the "Other Events" drop down box next to the event name.
  5. Click the "Roster" tab below your "Team Information."
  6. Click the blue pencil icon on the right, under the "Roster" tab, to edit your roster.
  7. You have two options now:
    • If your team has participated in a past DiscNW league or event, you can copy players from a previous roster for the team by using the "Copy Players from Another Roster" tool.
    • You can add players one at a time by entering the players’ gender, names and e-mails. If a child has an account, their name should auto-fill as you are typing. Please select the auto fill option because then their account will be linked to the roster. If an auto-fill option does not appear, please see "Step 1: Create Player Accounts" above.

 

Waivers

DiscNW has three different required waivers: a participation & liability waiver that must be signed by a parent/guardian if the player is under 18 years old, a concussion information waiver that must be signed by both the player and the parent/guardian, and a sudden cardiac arrest awareness waiver that also must be signed by both the player and the parent/guardian. 

 

If a player has a DiscNW account, then they sign the e-waiver by checking their "Reminders" on the DiscNW website. To find and complete an e-waiver using the "Reminders" feature, the player or parent should follow these instructions: 

  1. Login to the player's discnw.org account.
  2. Click on the bell icon at the top-right corner of the web page, then click on the "Reminders" link.
  3. Look for the "Unsigned Waivers" section and click on the "Sign Now" button.  This will take the signer to the first waiver that needs to be signed.
  4. Read the waiver and type the appropriate name (parent or player) in the box at the bottom of the page to accept the terms of the waiver.
  5. Once the first waiver is signed, the website will automatically navigate the user to the next waiver upon which a signature is required, until all waivers have been signed.