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End Of Season (EOS) Tournament Selection Show- Wednesday June 25th
Pick a ping pong ball to determine your team’s spot in the tournament bracket! Selection order will be based on regular season record- but pulling ping-pong balls out of a hat isn’t based on records, its base on luck. If your team does not have a representative on hand, a league official will select on your behalf.
McMurray Field #6 in St. Paul
1155 W Jessamine Ave (at Lexington Ave), Saint Paul, MN 55108
The EOS Tournament – Saturday, June 28th
The tournament is open (and free) to all MUSA Teams.
Bring your coolers and grills to play ball, hang out and see who takes home the coveted Tarsi Cup.
How do tournaments work? Games will start around 9am depending on the number of teams participating. Games will be 7 innings until the final four when games will be 9 innings.
All players are limited to playing on 2 teams during the tournament.
Rice & Arlington Fields in St Paul
1500 Rice St. Saint Paul, MN 55117
E-mail Andrew Lunzer @ firstname.lastname@example.org by June 20th to confirm your team’s spot in the tournament.
EOS PARTY- June 28th 7pm
The Hole Sports Lounge http://theholesportslounge.com/
Wristbands ($15) get you free food from 7-10PM, free beer until the the kegs run dry
From 9-12PM $2 domestic taps, $2 wells & $3 vodka Redbull
Well it’s finally here- The MN End of Season (EOS) Tournament Spring 2013!
4 fields, 29 teams, single elimination. Games start at 10:00 AM at Rice and Arlington Fields in St. Paul. We play 7 innings until the final four when games will be 9 innings. Last team standing is the recipient of the coveted Tarsi Cup! See the bracket below for field assignments and game times.
Think you know how it will all shake out? Want to win some cash money? Fill out your bracket and email it to Andrew Lunzer @ email@example.com or put it in his hands by 10AM on Saturday to participate in the bracket challenge. The winner will be announce at the EOS Party…
July 13th 7pm The Hole Sports Lounge http://tiny.cc/6ninzw
Wristbands ($13) get you free food from 7-10, free beer until the the kegs run dry and $4 Southern Comfort cocktails and shots.
Teams tend to drink competitively too…so expect to see drinking game tournaments too.
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In a pretty large update to the MUSA website this week, our friends at Bracketpal have added the ability to create a Player Profile as well as add your name to a Sub List if you feel like testing the Free Agent Market. The demo video below explains how to use it and only takes a few minutes. You might want to turn the volume up because it is a bit soft or you can just read the brief summaries below.
*please note that the MUSA Basketball Gold (stats) league is still currently using the HomeTeamsOnline site for it’s stats.
It’s super easy to create a player profile and have the current and past season info right at your finger tips or mouse clicks. If your captain is slacking and hasn’t added you to the team roster yet, be sure to send them friendly reminders. Captains must first add players to teams before they show up for that season. Ideally rosters would carry over season to season cutting down on redundant work but that functionality might be for another update down the road. I have been told by the owner of Bracketpal that there’s a plan to make a “request to be on roster” function where all the captain would have to do is approve the request instead of typing player names, but no word on when that update will be released.
Don’t forget to upload an action shot of you doing what you do best.. whether it’s at the bar or at the field/court/course.
The individual profile might come in handy if and when you feel like lending your services out on the newly created Sub List or… Free Agent Market as I like to refer to it. No matter what skill level, if you need a team this is the place to throw your hat into the ring. We’ve created full teams out of subs lists in the past and if we can do that again we will. We want as many people enjoying the MUSA experience as possible.
This just doesn’t have to be about the players either. Captains, if you’re looking for players it might be a good idea to check out the Sub List. No commitment necessary. You can easily filter your search to easily match your needs. Maybe you need someone to fill in for just one game… maybe it’s the whole season because you and your girlfriend broke up and now your team is short a female. Don’t take that Ghost Out or forfeit… use the Sub List.
OK, so we didn’t exactly submit it or even have over $7 million it would take to air the minute video, but there is a consolation. Considering it’s Valentine’s Day and after talking to our lawyers, they agreed we could post the video for all to enjoy anyway. So ladies… you’re welcome, enjoy and Happy Valentine’s Day from MUSA!
Thanks to the folks at Envy Creative for all the help in making this happen.
Welcome to the new and improved MUSA website. The goal of our redesign is to consolidate all the bits and pieces we have laying around into one central location for your unconventional – and some conventional – enjoyment. As of right now, it is a work-in-progress because we are a large organization, with sites spread out over many cities covering many different sports. We want MUSASports.com to be the only stop when it comes to the unconventional sports association you love so much, no matter where you are or what sport. This update will be an ongoing process as we transition all the information to the new design, but in the end, it will all be worth it. We promise. Thank you for your patience and your passionate support of MUSA. Stay tuned for more updates.