2023 IDT TOURNAMENTS : JUNE 28th - JULY 2nd
BOULDER will host an 80 team 18U tournament to be played at the Stazio Complex (7 fields) and the East Mapleton Complex (3 fields) in Boulder. Fields are provided and maintained by the City of Boulder, Parks and Recreation Department.
LOUISVILLE will host a separate 32 team 16U/18U tournament which will be played at the Louisville Sports Complex, fields provided and maintained by the City of Louisville. The top six finishers will earn spots in the 2024 Boulder tournament.
LONGMONT will host the 16U 56 team tournament. Games will be played at the Garden Acres Complex and Clark Centennial Park in Longmont. The fields are provided and maintained by the city of Longmont.
BROOMFIELD will host a 48 team 14U tournament. Games will be played at Broomfield Community Park and Broomfield Industrial Park. Fields are provided and maintained by the city of Broomfield.
There is a seven-game guarantee for all participating teams. All teams will play two pool games per day on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Pool play results are used to seed teams into a single-elimination bracket to be played on Saturday and Sunday. All “Championship” games are scheduled to start at 1:00 pm on Sunday.
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College players will not be allowed to participate in the tournament
A player may only compete for one team during the tournament. This includes both pool and bracket play.
Please address any tournament related issues, questions or concerns to:
Dan Burns Tournament Director 303-442-7373 email@example.com
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Stadium Medical, Inc. will be providing EMT and paramedic support at all playing sites. Please seek them out for help with any injuries and advice on prevention. At this altitude, it's important to avoid dehydration by drinking lots of fluids and to avoid sunburn by using sunscreen.
MOSQUITO CONTROL. In the past, the mosquito-borne West Nile virus has been present in Colorado. You should protect yourself. Especially during the dusk and evening hours, use DEET-enhanced mosquito repellent and wear long sleeves and pants.
One of the very attractive aspects of the tournament is the locale -- the City of Boulder. Boulder is a special place to visit. It sits at the base of the Rocky Mountain foothills with a population of about 100,000 and is the home of the University of Colorado. Rocky Mountain National Park is about an hour’s drive to the northwest (you can throw snowballs in July) and Denver is about 40 minutes southeast. The pedestrian-only, outdoor downtown mall offers local culture from street performers to outdoor cafes. The many recreational opportunities range from inline skating or jogging along the Boulder Creek path to riding the many mountain bike trails in the foothills.
The tournament is organized and hosted by the Boulder Competitive Girls Softball Organization, an all-volunteer organization. All profits derived from the tournament go to support girls softball in Boulder.
WEATHER UPDATES: Weather updates will be issued through messaging on tourney machine. Sign up for updates at tourneymachine.com or on their app.
You will then receive weather updates if there are weather-related problems. We have been blessed with outstanding weather for many years but there is always the possibility of late afternoon showers and lightning during the summer in Colorado.