When participating in any USSSA sanctioned tournament all teams must carry with them copies of their signed roster, birth certificates and proof of adequate insurance. All of these items must be available for immediate inspection upon request of the tournament director. Failure to do so could result in loss of game, ejection from tournament, suspension for season, expulsion from USSSA, etc., with no refund of monies previously paid.
- Team rosters must be entered online prior to the tournament. We are not requiring that you send a copy of your signed roster to the State Office or present it when you check in. Any players that are not currently participating on your team for a given tournament should be deleted from your online roster. They can be added again later.
- If you have a last minute player added, please print your current roster from your dashboard and get the appropriate signatures, and turn it in to the site director upon check in.
- Birth Certificates do not need to be filed with the State Office, but legible copies must be kept with the team at all times. Failure to show a birth certificate for a player when that player's eligibility is questioned, or showing one that is determined by the tournament director or State Office to be fraudulent, will result in that player being ruled ineligible, and further sanctions may be levied against the team, the manager and/or player(s).
- Proof of adequate insurance must be kept with the team manager at all tournaments. The insurance need not be issued through USSSA, but must provide at least $1 million in liability coverage. Every year there are teams who think that they're adequately covered when in fact they either have no liability insurance at all (only accident coverage) or have very low liability limits. If you don't have USSSA insurance please email firstname.lastname@example.org a copy of your insurance. If you don't do this prior to the tournament you're required to present it before your first USSSA tournament in Oregon.
- Note: If you play in a USSSA tournament outside the state of Oregon, you'll need to give them your insurance separately.