The Indiana Gators '02 have played a very competitive schedule this past season. Here's the highlights.
Monster Mash (IN)
USFA Fall World Series (AL)
USFA Turf Wars (AL)
USFA Carrollton Classic (GA)
ASA Ohio Storm Spring Slam (OH)
ASA Diamonds of the South (IN)
NSA "A" World Series (SC)
ASA "A" Nationals (IN)
Next season, we'll push the competition bar up even higher. We're looking to add PDF Qualifiers, ASA OK City, and other top quality tourneys to our list as we prepare our players for 14u and college showcase tourneys. We'll travel to Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee to face the best teams from the south such as the GA Impact, Birmingham Thunderbolts, GA Select, Birmingham Vipers, TN Fury, etc... We'll travel to IL, OH and are even looking to go to OK City, Oklahoma.
We practice hard and we play hard.
Our practices will be held just south of Indianapolis. We'll practice on weekends to accomodate any and all players. Our fall season will consist of 4 tourneys finishing up in November at the USFA Fall World Series in Birmingham, Alabama. We'll play in roughly 4 indoor tourneys (14u) before hitting it hard in the spring. We're tentatively planning on visiting Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Illinois, Ohio and Oklahoma. We'll compete in PGF and ASA/USA Qualifiers as well as any other highly competitive tourneys.
If you're seeking high level competition for your daughter and want to expose her to some of the best competition around in her last year of 12u then email me at email@example.com for more information. We will host private tryouts as well as team tryouts on August 9 and August 16. Pre-register at IndianaGators.com.
We are interested in highly motivated and passionate players who have that desire to compete against the best.
Best regards - Coach Eric Linton
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