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  • Travel Team Tournament Refund / Cancelation Policy

    1. Travel / Tournament team refunds will only be granted on the basis of medical emergencies / conditions and then only if we are able to find a replacement player.  IF WE CAN NOT FIND A REPLACEMENT PLAYER NO REFUND WILL BE GRANTED.
      1. Please understand that this is because lodging (Dorms, Hotels, etc.), transportation (Bus, Plane, etc.) and event (Camp, Tournament, etc.) fees are paid in advance and are not refunded to Burning River Lacrosse if you do not attend.
    2. If there is a valid medical emergency/condition and we can find a replacement player, we will provide a full refund less a $100 substitution / administrative fee.
    3. Refund requests (medical emergencies / conditions only) must be in writing and a letter / documentation from a medical professional (doctor or hospital of record) must accompany the written request verifying the medical emergency / condition.

    Playing Time Policy
    We do not take players to tournaments so that they can sit or help with our finances.  If you were selected for the team, you have talent and you need to showcase that talent.  To that end, all players who attend a tournament play in the games.  Game time is normally allocated in a fairly even manner with all players rotating in and out during the course of a game.  The exception to this is in the last quarter of close games / games with a tough opponent at recruiting tournaments when we have to win to move on.  Under those circumstances playing time will not be evenly distributed.

    Expected Behavior
    You are considered to be an ambassador for both Burning River Lacrosse (specifically) and Ohio lacrosse (in general).  Therefore, all normal team travel rules are in effect concerning your behavior and actions and the resulting consequences (if you do not know what these rules are ask first). Please be aware of the following rule

    • Players may not leave the dorm / hotel or tournament area without the permission of a BR STAFF DIRECTOR – even if you are with your parents.
    • Any player who violates this rule will be sent home immediately.
    • The coaches should not have to scramble to find you because you decided to leave with your parents/family.
    • Refunds are not granted in cases of player dismissal.


    2016 Inside Lacrosse Recruiting Invitational - Allstar Team

    The 2016 Inside Lacrosse Recruiting Invitational - Session 2 will take place at Cedar Lane Park, 1100 Cedar Lane Road, Bel Air, Md 21015.

    The IL Recruiting Invitational is the premier opportunity for players to be seen, get noticed and leave their mark. Throughout the three-day event, Inside Lacrosse’s award-winning team of reporters, analysts, photographers and videographers will be out in force to capture the event’s stories, sights, sounds, personalities and performances from top to bottom.

    Fields: grass and field turf, so bring cleats and your preference for turf shoes or cleats.



    2016 Waivers / Administration (NOT AVAILABLE YET)

    All Players need to have an Inside Lacrosse Recruiting Invitational waiver.

    • Inside Lacrosse Recruiting Invitational waiver

    YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PLAY WITHOUT THIS FORM. 



    2016 Tournament Rules / Format

    • Each team plays 5 games.
    • 12-minute running quarters with a 4-minute halftime.
    • Game Clock will convert to START/STOP the last 60 seconds of any game where the score differential is within 2 goals. Ex. Score is 6-4, clock runs until the 1 minute mark and then the official timekeeper will go start stop on out of bounds, face-offs etc.
    • Games that end in a tie will be played out in a continuous Sudden Victory OT period.
    • Each team will get one 60-second time-out per game (includes OT).
    • Score, game clock and penalty time kept at scorer’s table.
    • All penalties will be running time and will start when player takes a knee in the box.
    • No shot clock/timer on during pool play. For the play-offs the referees will have the ability to
      put on a shot clock for teams stalling.
    • Any fighting or flagrant disrespect toward an official or any other person will result in expulsion for the remainder of the tournament. No Exceptions, No Refunds.



    2016 Tournament Schedule (Schedule Not Yet Available)

    Schedule - The actual tournament format / schedule will be released in June. The general schedule is below.

    Monday, July 11, 2016

    • 9:00 am to 12:00 am = Check-in

    • 11:00 am - 1:00 pm - Game 1

    • 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm - Game 2

    Tuesday July 12, 2016

    • 9:00 am - 2017/18 All Star Game

    • 10:15 am - 2017/18 All Star Game

    • 9:30 am - 11:00 am - Face-Off Academy

    • 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm - Game 3

    • 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm - Game 4

    Wednesday July 13, 2016

    • 8:00 am - 3:00 pm - Playoff quarterfinals, semifinals, championships


    2016 College Coaches (In Attendance In Prior Years)

    We will be compiling a list of schools that are attending the tournament.

    Please note: that there are no guarantees as to which colleges will attend this summer or which games those coaches in attendance will watch. The best thing to do is to contact the coaches of the schools you have an interest in and let them know which tournaments you will be at this summer.



    2016 Check In / Check Out

    Check-in will be from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM on Monday July 11th. 

    Check-out will be after your last game on Wednesday June 13th. 

    The tournament director has asked that only the head coach from each team check-in and check-out.

    Players and parents should find the BR Staff Director. 

    Note: Plan on meeting us at the fields 1 hour before your first game. We will email out more specific instructions on where to meet as we get closer to the tournament.



    2016 Lodging - (Parents and Players) - NO TEAM ROOMS

    There are no team rooms for this event. The tournament has arranged for group rates at select hotels, click here to view these options.



    2016 What To Bring (Hotel and Fields)

    • For the room: toiletries.
    • For the field: game gear for five games; all equipment including but not limited to helmet, mouthpiece, shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, sticks, cleats, turf shoes etc.
    • Water Bottles. Water will be provided on every field, but not water bottles.
    • Other: casual clothing for downtime & meals, etc.
    • Money: not too much, but enough for pizzas at night, drinks during the day, etc. from the concession stand, which will be located by the fields.


    2016 Transportation / Directions - There Is No Bus For This Tournament

    Please note that there will be no team travel arrangements for this tournament. Therefore, players are responsible for their own transportation to and from the tournaments. 

    Any player needing a ride should contact coach Calleri immediately.  He will help arrange carpools.  Any player/parent willing to help out with carpooling should also contact coach Calleri so that he will know where we have room in cars.  Thank you for your understanding with this matter.

    Specific Directions to the TOURNAMENT fields can be found HERE. Just enter your address / where you plan to leave.




    2016 Meals - You Must Bring Money For Food As Most But Not All Meals Are Included

    The tournament DOES NOT provide any meals. The hotels normally have breakfast for the players included in the cost. All other meals are not built in to the trip.  Therefore, the kids need to bring money to pay for their meals.  Please plan accordingly.

    Note: Please do not skip meals it will come back to haunt you during the games.



    2016 Video

    We will make arrangements with a professional videographer to video our games at this tournament.  Each player will receive access to these videos.  We have done this to help with your college recruiting since every college coach is going to ask you for a highlight tape to determine if you are someone they want to recruit.  This way you have highlight tapes to send that:

    • are professionally done
    • are against known national teams (coaches don’t have to guess if the team you are playing is any good).
    • highlight solid fundamental skills, athleticism and team play.

    The cost of these videos are included in the cost of the tournament.

    Your play on the tapes
    Everything you do (good or bad) at these games is on the DVDs.  If you chase sticks on defense it is there.  If you did not hustle after a GB it is there.  If you caught a pass off your helmet it is there.  The same holds true for all our opponents players.  In addition, they do not get to make a decision as to whether or not these DVDs are going to be sent out to college coaches.  All their good and bad plays are being sent to the college coaches whether they want the coaches to see it or not.

    You need to remember this when you are playing this Summer.  You never know who is taping a game or who is in the stands.  You do not know where they are going to send the tape.  Therefore always play to your full potential.  More players than you can imagine are “discovered” by a coach watching a tape of someone else (I get these phone calls every year).  On the other side more than a few players each year have coaches lose interest in them after watching a tape of them that someone else sent. 

    Take advantage of the first situation and make sure the 2nd never happens to you. 



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