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MYSA Summer State Championships

Procedures for Schedule Changes due to Weather

Weather and severe weather varies by locations (statewide). In case of potential weather issues with the C3 State Championships, team managers and coaches will be notified by email as soon as any delays or postponements decisions are made.  Please pay attention to your website brackets and schedules as well. The official schedules and changes are located in the website at C3 Brackets & Schedules.

Classic 3: July 21–23, 2017

Ages: Girls 11U–18U and Boys 11U–12U
Location: Rochester, Minn. (Area Hotels for MYSA Teams)

Ages: Boys 13U–18U
Location: Mankato, Minn.

[C3 Brackets & Schedules]

Fri, July 21 Round-Robin/Pool Play (1–2 games)
Sat, July 22 Round-Robin/Pool Play (1–2 games)
Sun, July 23 Championships Games

Classic 1 & Classic 2: July 26–29, 2017

Locations: Blaine, Coon Rapids and Shakopee

[C1 & C2 Brackets & Schedules]

Wed, July 26 Round-Robin/Pool Play (game #1)
Thu, July 27 Round-Robin/Pool Play (game #2)
Fri, July 28 Round-Robin/Pool Play (game #3)
Sat, July 29 Championships Games (Shakopee)

Overview

Each July, MYSA administers the Summer State Championships (tournament) for boys’ and girls’ teams of all ages U11 through U19, in all competitive divisions (except Premier). The Championships will consist of a round robin bracket(s) play and a championship match. Awards are given to the first and second place teams.

Teams qualify for the Summer State Championships by succeeding in the single-elimination Qualifiers that take place in each MYSA District following regular season league play. District Qualifiers are seeded by the MYSA Competitive Committee according to Summer League standings of the teams who registered for Qualifiers.

Teams who wish to participate in the Qualifiers must register and pay the appropriate fee through the MYSA online registration platform by the published date on the MYSA calendar. By registering and paying for the Qualifiers, teams are also making a commitment to participate in the Summer State Championships should they qualify.

Team rosters will remain frozen from the exact roster used during Qualifiers. Teams are allowed up to three (3) call-up players from a lower age or division within the same club, but those players must have been added to the roster prior to Qualifiers, and cannot have played on any other team during post-season play. See rule 4.4.2.1 for more information. 

Summer State Champions & Runners-Up