NEISA Boys' A Division Championships NEISA


Tournament Dates: 02/24/17 - 02/26/17
Ranking Season: 2015-2016

US Squash members can track the action during the event with the Live Scoreboard.
Live Scoreboard
St. Paul's School (Directions)
325 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301
Facility Phone: 603-229-4835
Contact (click name to email): Christopher Smith: csmith@sps.edu
Contact Phone: 6176784585
Web Site: 325 pleasant st

Divisions: Check Starting Times




Notes:
Please refer to the above tabs for all information about this tournament

Live score of the Team Standings
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/11ROHJz9KqbBzE5tdULVE_eotvwIHTAegp-NvbK9g-3c/edit?usp=sharing


Custom Google Map with points of interest and location of venue, parking, etc. 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eIbhpe_Vt9XNcN0AXwI5hq-AH1s&usp=sharing



 

PLEASE NOTE MATCHES WILL START AT 5:00PM ON FRIDAY. THIS IS DIFFERENT FROM YEARS PAST WHERE WE HAD 6PM START TIME. 

Points: The NEISA championships are US Squash sanctioned and players get individual tournament ranking points.  Please reference the scoring table here to see what points NEISA tournament generates.  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/13wHVN1X5MTJ_5WY-2WbzJTdgPtnD4hpkpPyZLgwAXtQ/pubhtml#

 

Entry Deadline and Fees 
 
Regular Tournament Entry is until TBD at 12:00pm, NOON EST at $TBD* 
Late Tournament Entry is after TBD at 12:00pm, NOON EST at $TBD* 
 
*Includes a non-refundable $10 processing charge per entrant. 
 
Policies 

  • NO REFUNDS will be issued to players who withdraw from the main draw after the regular entry deadline. 
  • All players MUST be current US Squash members. 
  • Please read through the?Junior Rules, Guidelines, and Timelines for all policies governing Junior Accredited Tournaments. 
  • All players who withdraw after the 5:00pm on the Friday one full week before the start of the tournament will receive a ranking penalty as described in the Junior Rules, Guidelines, and Timelines

 

Note 

  • All players who sign up after the regular entry deadline are considered late entries. These players should assume that they are on the waitlist unless they have been told otherwise by the Tournament Director.

Accreditation 

  • This tournament is accredited by US Squash. 
  • All US Squash Accredited Tournaments must abide by the policies outlined here

 

Code of Conduct 

  • All Players, Parents, Coaches, and Spectators must abide by the US Squash Code of Conduct
  • All Players, Parents, Coaches, and Spectators should review the?Rules of the Road for tips and tricks on how to manage common scenarios that may occur at tournaments. 

 

Protective Eyewear 

  • All players and attendees must comply with the US Squash Eyewear Policy, which requires that eyewear meet ASTM-F803 standards at all times during accredited play. 

 

Cut List 

  • All age divisions are open to the highest ranked 32 eligible players who enter per division. If less than 32 players enter per division, any eligible player will be accepted. If there are more than 32 players in any division, players will be placed on a waitlist based on their ranking and will only be granted entry if a playing position becomes available. 
  • NOTE: In divisions with waitlisted players, the 30 highest ranked eligible players will gain entry into the tournament. The remaining two players to be admitted into the event will be notified within 48 hours of the release of the Cut List. This is to allow a grace period for any potential registration errors. 

 

Seeding 

  • Tournament seeding is based off of the rankings calculation that occurs on the Wednesday 1.5 weeks before the start of the tournament. Players will be seeded in accordance with the Seeding Guidelines

 

Division and Player Start Times 

  • Division Start Times indicate the earliest possible match time a player can expect to play within their division.  
  • Player Start Times indicate the first match time for each player. 
  • Both Division and Player Start Times will be released in accordance with the Junior Rules, Guidelines, and Timelines

 

How to Withdraw or Change Divisions in a Junior Bronze, Silver, Gold, JCT, or National Championship Tournament  

  

If a player wants to either withdraw from a tournament or request to change divisions, follow the directions outlined below:  

  

  1. Log in to your account.  
  1. Go to the “tournaments” tab on your player profile.  
  1. Click on “Withdraw/Change Division” next to the tournament you would like either withdraw from or request a division change.  
  1. Select “Request Change Division” or “Request Withdraw/Refund”  
  1. If selecting “Request Change Division,” select the division you would like to change to and click “Submit.”  
  1. If selecting “Request Withdraw/Refund” read all US Squash policies and check the “Yes, I wish to withdraw” box and click “Submit.”  
  1. Once you submit your request, you will receive an email that states that your request has been sent to the Tournament Director.  If you have not received an email indicating that your request has been processed within 48 hours, please follow up with the tournament director.  

  

All of the Withdraw and Change Division Policies can be found by clicking here.

St. Paul's School, 325 Pleasant St, Concord NH 03301

10 courts. 

St. Paul's has 2 gallery courts and a tight hallway between courts 3-7.  We ask that refs sit up against the door on courts 3-7 and not back against the wall. 

On Saturday we will open up our brand new 9million dollar community center which is across the street from the squash courts.  Its complete with couches, cafe, wifi, tvs, pool tables, and lots of space to spread out.  When players are done with their matches and reffing, it will help the traffic in the squash building if people go use this amazing community center space during their downtime.  Parents, fans, friends, are all welcome to go to the community center on Saturday.  

Warmup area and team gear storage (coolers, food, etc) will be located in our indoor tennis courts which is across the street from the squash courts.  No coolers or large amounts of food will be allowed in the squash court area. Teams need to use the tennis court space and the tables we will provide each team.  

We also have a lounge in the main Gym (called the AFC) that has couches, wifi, and space to spread out and relax during downtime.  We hope you take advantage of this space.  

Finally, Concord and its hotels, restaurants, and shops are 2 miles away.  We hope you take advantage of being in Concord which offers a lot to people with time between matches. 

 We have secured some room blocks and group rate to help you out.  We suggest you get on the reservations as fast as you can to lock in the rate.  These are two great hotels less than 2 miles from campus and right downtown close to grocery stores, restaurants, etc.  We will send more details about the event, Concord, etc out as we get closer to the event.

Courtyard by Marriott Concord

70 Constitution Avenue  Concord  New Hampshire  03301  USA

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/mhtcn-courtyard-concord/
GROUP ROOM RATES

Room Rate:
$149.00

To book please call:
Samantha Young

603-573-4012

Area Sales Manager
Duprey Hospitality
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RELEASE DATE
Reservations must be received on or before February 5, 2017.  At this Date, Hotel will review the reservation pick up for the Event and release the unreserved rooms for general sale.

 

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Holiday Inn

172 North Main Street
ROOM RATES: $99.00

individual team is being requested to contact the sales office directly at julie@chartwellhotels.com to make


The above rooms will be held until 14 days prior to the date of the event (February 10, 2017), at which time any unused rooms will be released and available to the general public. After the cutoff date, the rate is no longer guaranteed, but will be honored if the hotel is under 75% expected occupancy at the time of booking.