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MYSA Summer State Championships

Overview

2019 MYSA State Championships and playoffs July 11– 27 (Team registration required)

MYSA administers summer State Championships for competitive “Classic” teams (C1, C2 and C3). League bracket winners receive automatic bids directly to the “Pool Play” rounds of the State Championships. Other teams that register, may be required to play in single elimination games to reach the Pool Play rounds of the State Championships. In the event of unexpected weather or other issues that may result in delays, Sunday, July 28 is reserved as the makeup date for the 2019 Summer State Championships.

Registration & Cost

Registration takes place on the MYSA Affinity Sports Platform and is required for all teams who wish to participate in postseason. Registration opens on May 1 and closes June 30. Teams that reach the pool play stage (finals) of the MYSA State Championships will be charged $375. An additional $100 will be charged for teams who need to qualify through play-in games. MYSA will reimburse clubs who host Wild Card Play in games.

2019 Schedule & Results

Age Classic 1 Classic 2 Classic 3
11 Boys | Girls Boys | Girls Boys | Girls
12 Boys | Girls Boys | Girls Boys | Girls
13 Boys | Girls Boys | Girls Boys | Girls
14 Boys | Girls Boys | Girls Boys | Girls
15 Boys | Girls Boys | Girls Boys | Girls
16 Boys | Girls Boys | Girls Boys | Girls
17 Boys | Girls Boys | Girls Girls
18 Boys Boys | Girls (18/19)
19 Boys

Important Dates & Deadlines

May 1: Registration opens
June 30: Registration deadline
July 3: Last day of league play (C1, C2, C3)
standings finalized
July 11, 14, 15: Play-in games (single elimination qualifiers)
July 19–21: 11U & 12U (C1, C2, C3) Pool Play & Finals
(Rochester, Minn.)
July 19–21: 13U–17U C3 Pool Play & Finals
(Shakopee & Coon Rapids)
July 24–27: 13U–19U C1 & C2 Pool Play & Finals
(Shakopee, Coon Rapids & Maple Grove)

2019 Boys Champions

2019 Girls Champions

Summer State Champions & Runners-Up


State Championship Qualification & Locations

State Championship Formats

  • Seeded brackets based on league finish
  • Awards (medals) for winning and runner up teams
  • 2-game minimum; 4-game maximum does not include any “Wild Card” play-in games

Bracketing based on number of teams advanced in finals stages:

Teams Format
2 2 Matches – Aggregate Score
3 Round Robin and a Final
4 Single Elimination, semis, final and 3rd place
5 Single Elimination, semis, final and 3rd place
6 2 Groups of 3 teams (seeded) and a final, or
1 Group of 6 teams (seeded), semis and a final
8 1 Group of 8 teams (seeded) semis and a final
9 3 Groups of 3 teams (seeded) semis and a final
12 4 Groups of 3 teams (seeded) semis and a final, or
3 Groups of 4 teams (seeded) semis and a final