Format: 8.4 (4 bids to D-I regionals)
University of Chicago (A)*
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (A)*
Illinois State (A)*
University of Illinois at Chicago
* = advances to Regionals
Event Managers are required to communicate the following plan to team contacts prior to the event and have a copy available on site at the medical area.
Resources:Health, Safety and Liability Guidelines&TD Manual
Address:611 W Park St, Urbana, IL 61801
Phone Number: (217) 383-3311
Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/6U6fP8AsnQR2
Medical Services provided at tournament
We will have an athletic trainer on the main site.
Where will the medical staff be at the event
Bill Seeber Memorial Soccer Complex Fields, central location of the fields, near tourney central.
How can teams contact the medical staff (phone, radio)
Can contact on site TD John Wolff at +19107050724
Teams can also contact tourney central by the twitter we created, @IL_Conference18
Both of these methods will ensure contact with medical staff.
How will event staff communicate weather, emergency & schedule changes to teams
If it is during play, we will tweet out information.
If it is before play, we can email out information/tweet information.
Any other relevant information specific to your tournament, if applicable (Facility specific weather policies)
There is no shelter at these fields, so teams would need to move into their cars.
USA Ultimate Weather Policy (Facility may have their own policy)
You can find more details and information here: Health, safety, and liability Requirements
If you hear thunder OR your computer or app shows that lightning has struck within ten miles, suspend activity. If you do not have access to a computer or app that shows the proximity of lightning strikes, suspend play if lightning is seen even if you cannot hear thunder.
For Extreme Heat and Cold:
Refer to Medical Staff Requirements. When the Heat Index reaches 100 F (see NOAA/National Weather Service Heat Index Chart), play must be suspended. In colder temperatures and/or wetter conditions, it is important to be cognizant of conditions conducive to hypothermia