Tougaloo 3 On 3 On The Yard
THIS COMPETITION IS FOR RECREATIONAL PURPOSES RELATED TO THE FUND RAISING INITIATIVE OF TAU PHI ZETA CHAPTER OF ZETA PHI BETA, SORORITY, INC.
The Tougaloo 3 On 3 On The Yard Tournament will have the following divisions:
- Adult (18+) Men
- Adult (18+) Women
- Youth (Grades 7 – 12 ) Boys**
- Youth (Grades 7 – 12 ) Girls**
**School-aged teams are bracketed by grade in 2012 – 2013 school year and have the option of
playing up a division if they desire** (In the unexpected occurrence where there are fewer than four
teams in a division/skill level, teams will be “flighted” to the next division/skill level)
Pre-registration: $50 per adult teams / $25 per youth teams
On-Site Registrations Fees: $70 per adult teams / $35 per youth teams
Would you like to register offline, CLICK HERE to download a registration form.
Make money orders / cashier’s checks payable to:
"Zeta Phi Beta Tau PhiZeta Chapter"
Memo: TPZ FUNDRAISER SUPPORT
Mail the completed forms & monies to:
TAU PHI ZETA CHAPTER
Attn: April Sallie
P.O. Box 171
Canton MS 39046
Questions, please call Rolanda @ 601.927.5486
Tougaloo 3 On 3 On The Yard Tournament Event Sponsor’s Rules and Guidelines
Participant Sportsmanship Rules and Guidelines
- All participants are required to adhere to this Sponsorships Rules and regulations.
- Upon arrival, each team should report for registration before the start of the games to ensure all team members’ names are entered correctly.
- Game Management with team captains will be done prior to each game unless otherwise specified by officials.
- Captains - please make yourselves available.
- By completing registration, all players accept the Sportmanship Pledge to take responsibility for their conduct at the Tougaloo 3 On 3 On The Yard Tournament.
- The event sponsors reserves the right to disqualify and eject any individuals and/or teams that behave in an unsportsmanlike manner.
Some facilities will be available; however, it may be more convenient for teams to come dressed to play.
- Teams will then be placed in a single or double elimination tournament.
- This will be determined by the number of registered teams. Your team will be notified on May 15, 2013.
- Please keep in mind other activities throughout the campus will begoing on.
- The number of teams qualifying for the tournament will be determined based on the number of registered teams.
- Three players per team are allowed on the court at a time. A minimum of two players are necessary to begin and continue play.
- One substitute is permitted per game. A substitution may be made after a basket or an out of bounds play.
- Co-Ed Modification: Teams must have at least one player of each gender on the court at all times.
- If there aren’t enough registered teams in a specific category to make a bracket, the registered team can opt to play without Co-Ed Modifications.
- All participants must have submitted their names on a team’s registration form.
Teams are asked to report to their designated court 15 minutes prior to their game time.
- If the team (at least 2 players) is not present to begin their game then they will forfeit.
- A “coin toss” method will be used to begin the game. The winner must choose to start on offense or on defense.
- The ball must be brought back to the top of the key following all changes in possession.
- After made baskets, violations, and fouls, the ball must be checked with the defense at the top of the key and passed-in to a teammate.
- Deliberate stalling at the end of the game will result in a change in possession.
- There are no time outs. Time will not be stopped to discuss any call.
- The three second free throw lane rule will apply to all offensive players.
- Any player may convert an offensive rebound.
- On defensive rebounds or steals, players must return the ball by dribble or pass across the three point line before a basket may be attempted. Once across the line, they do not have to pass the ball before shooting.
- Games will be limited to 20 minutes. The team with 21 pts or the highest score at the end of 20 minutes of play will be deemed the winner. If the game is tied at the end of this period, the next team to score wins.
- Field goals are worth two and three points. Free throws are worth one point each.
- Possession will change after each score (not make-it-take-it). Meaning after a basket, the team scored upon will put the ball in play
- Teams score by either regular two-point baskets, or by three-point shots taken from outside the three-point circle.
- After a basket has been scored or a foul called, a player must put the ball in play from a line past the three point line above the foul key.
- All fouls and violations will be called by the referee.
- All fouls will result in the ball being checked at the top of the key.
- If the player scores and is fouled, the basket will count (two or three points) and one dead-ball free throw will be attempted, followed by a change in possession.
- If the player does not score and is fouled, possession is retained and the ball is checked at the top of the key.
- On the seventh team foul (and every foul thereafter), the opposing team will shoot one free throw and retain possession of the ball.
- All rules not specifically covered in this document will be enforced as NCAA Basketball Rules.
- All rules are subject to change by the Sponsorship of this event.
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