Men for All Seasons (2016)

Event Type
Team Tournament
Event Start
Event End
Location
Magnuson Park, Seattle
Contact

Men for All Seasons will take place at Magnuson Park in Seattle on Saturday, May 28th.

This event is not sanctioned with USA Ultimate; memberships are not required.


Information

Men for All Seasons caters to masters and grand masters teams, however, any mens team with players 18 and older is permitted.  In 2016, Log Jam is scheduled for the same Memorial Day weekend, and many Portland players will attend that event instead of MfAS.  In order to better accommodate Washington players, the 2016 edition of MfAS will take place at Magnuson Park in Seattle.

This year there will not be a small women's division - only a men's division. Tournament Directors have contacted the teams that participated last year to identify other playing opportunities for women's team this spring and summer.

Please contact the TDs with any questions at menforallseasons@discnw.org.

Basics

  • There is plenty of parking onsite at Magnuson Park, but carpooling is always advised. 
  • There is a bathrooms building with a water fountain near the fields
  • We will not have a trainer on site.  Here is the field map which notes the location of a nearby hospital. 
  • Food and refreshments will not be provided, so please make your own arrangements.
  • DiscNW now requires that all participants complete an online waiver.  Details will be sent to team captains. 
  • Please contact us at menforallseasons@discnw.org with any questions.
  • Registration opens on Monday, April 4.  The team fee is $115.08.  Registration closes on May 16th.

Rules

This event will use the USA Ultimate 11th Edition Rules.

This is an 18+ event.  All participants must be 18 years of age or older.  Everyone must complete a participation waiver in order to play.  Players can complete an online waiver or a paper waiver.

Tournament rules:

Team captains will be notified of any rules changes.

  • Games are played to 17 points, win by 2
  • Point cap at 19
  • The hard time cap is at 1 hour 40 minutes after the round start time: finish the current point to determine winner, play one more if tied
  • 2 timeouts per half, timeouts are 90 seconds each
  • Everyone must complete a participation waiver.  Captains were emailed with details.