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West Coast USOA Tournament Schedule

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  • Stripe Demarest
    San Diego -- yes Denver -- possible, but not likely ... San Diego -- yes Denver -- possible, but not likely On Nov 11, 2008, at 2:11 PM,
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      San Diego -- yes
      Denver -- possible, but not likely

      On Nov 11, 2008, at 2:11 PM, josh.nickel@... wrote:

      I'm in for Denver, likely (but not certain for SD).

      --- On Tue, 11/11/08, Doug Roth <coachduck@gmail.com> wrote:

      > From: Doug Roth <coachduck@gmail.com>
      > Subject: [clubpuck] Fwd: West Coast USOA Tournament Schedule
      > To: "Club Puck" <clubpuck@yahoogroups.com>
      > Date: Tuesday, November 11, 2008, 12:44 PM
      > Hi all
      >
      > I know T has been forwarding some of the message from the
      > Development side
      > of things but I'm not sure if this ever got forwarded.
      > It's a message from
      > our beloved Regional Director, Sean Avent. In it you will
      > find info on a
      > couple of tournaments on the West Coast coming up in the
      > next year. You will
      > also see a plan that is forming or has been formed for
      > growing Underwater
      > Hockey.
      >
      > With this growth it may be necessary to find Club Puck
      > Members who are
      > willing to do a little organizing for the club. Currently I
      > am the contact
      > person for CP in these matters but it would be great if we
      > had a contact
      > person that could actually get these messages out in a
      > timely manner. We can
      > give you a really cool title and you get all the benefits
      > that go along with
      > that title. And as a special bonus, sometimes people even
      > thank you.
      >
      > So with this announcement we should probably find out if
      > anyone is
      > interested in making the journey to San Diego for the mixed
      > tournament. Also
      > Denver just announced that they will be hosting their 4th
      > Battle At Altitude
      > for which we are the Always Defending Champions. Can we
      > pull off a 4th win?
      > This will happen on the weekend of January 17 and 18. They
      > also have some
      > pretty good snow up that way for anyone wanting to make
      > more than just a
      > hockey weekend out of the trip.
      >
      > Duck
      >
      >
      > ---------- Forwarded message ----------
      > From: Sean R. Avent <sean@seanavent.com>
      > Date: Sat, Nov 1, 2008 at 1:05 PM
      > Subject: West Coast USOA Tournament Schedule
      > To: hockeynet@googlegroups.com
      > Cc: TOM REDIG <tomredig@sbcglobal.net>, Jeff Young
      > <chicouwhockey@yahoo.com>,
      > David Green <laxverde@yahoo.com>, Doug Roth
      > <coachduck@gmail.com>,
      > rex.gabonada@gmail.com, ginol@...,
      > tuckersh@comcast.net, John Kulsa <
      > johnkulsa@hotmail.com>, ziggy@hawaii.edu, Brian Tucker
      > <btuck_13@yahoo.com>,
      > h20hockey2000@yahoo.com, Uncle Terry
      > <uncleterry@usa.net>,
      > maryjo_ferris@usauwh.com
      >
      >
      > Hello West Coast hockey players,
      >
      >
      >
      > A many of you know the USOA development program has been
      > striving to get two
      > things done for hockey:
      >
      >
      >
      > 1) Get more *Fun Regional Tournaments *going – the
      > East Coast and
      > MidWest have this as part of their staple hockey diet –
      > lots of one- and
      > two-day simple and fun tournaments that people can drive
      > to. These smaller
      > tournaments allow people gain teamwork and skills and have
      > fun without
      > having to buy airline tickets or take days off of work to
      > get to.
      >
      > *2) *Get *more people and places playing hockey –
      > *if we have a larger
      > player base and more places playing hockey the whole hockey
      > community will
      > benefit. There will be more tournaments, more clinics,
      > better hockey, and
      > more people trying out for our National Hockey Teams.**
      >
      >
      >
      > So with those goals in mind, namely the first, the USOA has
      > been working
      > with member clubs to hold annual local tournaments. Without
      > further delay,
      > here is the schedule so far (please see the following web
      > page for the
      > official USOA underwater hockey calendar:
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > *San Diego** Mixed Tournament *
      >
      > Web site: TBA
      >
      > Dates: February 14-15, 2009, 2 days (8 teams minimum)
      >
      > Venue: The Plunge
      > (http://www.sd-h2o-hockey.com/plungepics.html)
      >
      > Format: 5 on 5 with 2 men and 2 women in the water at all
      > times
      >
      > * *
      >
      > *San Francisco** Potluck Tournament*
      >
      > Website:
      > http://www.underwater-society.org/uwhockey/sanfran/tourney_info.htm
      >
      > (2008<http://www.underwater-society.org/uwhockey/sanfran/tourney_info.htm%20%20%282008>tourney
      > info, but 2009 to be updated)
      >
      > Dates: March 7th, 1 full day (tentative)
      >
      > Venue: Martin Luther King Pool (
      > http://www.underwater-society.org/uwhockey/sanfran/WhereAndWhen.html*)*
      >
      > Format: Potluck with team assignments based on player
      > rankings
      >
      > * *
      >
      > *Californication Invitational Tournament – Los Angeles
      > Area*
      >
      > Web site: TBA
      >
      > Dates: Mid May or Early June (Tentaive)
      >
      > Venue: Santa Clarita Aquatics Center (
      > http://www.santa-clarita.com/cityhall/parks/facilities/aquatic.asp)
      >
      > Format: TBA
      >
      >
      >
      > *Pacific** Coast** Championships*
      >
      > Web site: TBA
      >
      > Dates: September or October (Tentaive)
      >
      > Venue: TBA
      >
      > Format: TBA (Probably mixed and open divisions)
      >
      >
      >
      > The USOA is also trying to get another Bay Area club to
      > hold a tournament
      > sometime in August or prior to PCC's.
      >
      >
      >
      > As the West Coast Regional Director for USOA, I've been
      > calling clubs in
      > Washington, Oregon, and California to get things rolling.
      > I've still got to
      > contact Hawaii, Oregon, and Arizona as well as other clubs
      > throughout our
      > region.
      >
      >
      >
      > If you've been asking what USOA does for you as a
      > hockey player and why you
      > should be paying dues, this is one example. We plan on
      > also holding clinics
      > on a regular basis at local clubs, supporting referee
      > clinics for your
      > teams, and providing support for clubs to keep recruiting
      > new players. The
      > USOA also provides referee support, sound systems, score
      > cards, records, and
      > organizing for most of the hockey tournaments you attend.
      >
      >
      >
      > Please keep supporting USOA!
      >
      >
      >
      > If your local club would like to hold a tournament, the
      > USOA can help.
      >
      > If your club wants to hold a referee course one night or
      > after practice, the
      > USOA can help.
      >
      > If your club would like to hold a clinic for new players,
      > advanced players,
      > or anywhere in between, the USOA can help.
      >
      > If your club needs help in recruiting new players, the USOA
      > can help.
      >
      > If you want to start a

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