Battle At The Barn

Welcome to the Battle At The Barn Box Tournament!  This tourney has become a must attend event for all serious box teams to be tested by the best around!  This tournament is one of the original box tournaments in the region with a long history of great competition and competitive games.  Teams come from all over the US and Canada to test their box skills in a action packed weekend of box!

  • Details
  • Covid-19 Action Plan
  • Attending Colleges
  • Rules
  • Player Waivers
  • Coaches, Staff and spectator Waivers
  • All Tourney Team Selection

January 9-10, 2021 (Register here)

LocationThe Plex North 1807 E California Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46825

Book your Stay to Play hotels via this link: https://app.eventconnect.io/events/12727/hotels?nav=hidden

4 Divisions: Grades 5-6, 7-8, High School A & HS B. 

Saturday Game Times: 7:00 AM - 10:30 PM (est)
Sunday Game Times: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM (est)

Questions: Contact us to get your team in on the action!  [email protected] / 317-804-1721

Fee: $1750* per team
$750 deposit due upon registration / Balance is due November 1st, 2020.
* If paying by credit card there will be an additional 2.99% fee.  Failure to meet the final payment deadline will constitute non-acceptance of the tournament registration and a forfeiture of the tournament spot and deposit fee.

Rosters and Waivers Due: January 7, 2021.
If you miss the deadline you must still complete the waivers but any HS players that do not compete their registration will not be included in the college coaches packet.

  • USBOXLA Sanctioned
  • 4 game guarantee with some teams getting 5
  • Certified Athletic Trainer
  • Turf playing surface - No cleats are allowed.  Flat bottom shoes only.
  • Goal Size is 4' x 4'6" 
  • Boards all around - no opening behind goals
  • New: 2 doors for each bench.
  • Download the USBOXLA rule book here..
  • Every player and coach must be a member of USBOXLA for insurance and safety.  If you do not have a USBOXLA membership you need to go to http://membership.usboxla.com and apply for either a weekend warrior membership for $20.00 or a full annual membership for $45.00.
  • Concessions are available at the facility. Please do not bring coolers, outside food or drinks.
  • Water for Teams - Please bring your own water bottles for the benches.

Bearpaw Lacrosse
Measures for 2020/21 Events – Updated 11/20/2020

Unless prohibited by federal, state or local order, Bearpaw is committed to safely running lacrosse events during the summer of 2020. While adhering to all federal, state, and local guidelines, we will attempt to provide opportunities for participation in sport and as safe an environment as possible considering current circumstances.

Symptom Screening
Athletes, parents, officials, and staff will be responsible for screening themselves for COVID-19 related symptoms prior to attending or participating in any of our events. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, or if you’ve. Had close contact with an individual with confirmed COVID-19, you should stay at home, consult your primary care physician, and follow CDC guidelines for quarantine and isolation.

Please use the following graphic as a guide for self-screening:

Game Day Precautions
Due to Covid 19 here are some of the precautions we will be in place.

  • Please limit fans to 1 per player when possible.
  • Do not show up if you have recently come into contact with someone that has Covid, you are sick or show symptoms of being sick.
  • Everyone should have a mask available.  You are not required to wear one while playing.
  • If provided Locker rooms are only open to the goalies for our indoor location’s. Please don your gear in the parking lot. When games are done please immediately leave the building and ungear by your car.
  • Bring your own water as it will not be provided at the events.
  • Bathrooms will be limited to one person at a time.
  • Benches.  Please maintain social distancing while on the benches.  Players may use the bench and sub box to accomplish this.
  • Spectators are allowed but they must wear masks, stay in the bench area across from the players and must practice social distancing.  Members of the same family may sit together.
  • Please have hand sanitizer with you and use it when needed.
  • Anyone that does not follow these guidelines will be asked to leave the event.

Vulnerable Populations
There are certain segments of the population who are at an increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19 including individuals who are 65 years of age or older, those with heart, lung, kidney, or liver disease, those with diabetes, and those with immunodeficiencies. These individuals should not attend our events.


If You are Sick
If you become ill on the day of the event, please stay at home. If you have had close contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days, please stay at home. Please view these CDC guidelines on what quarantine and isolation, what they mean, and when you should use them.

  • If you are sick on the day of the event (e.g., sneezing, coughing, sniffles, have a fever, or don’t feel well), please do not attend the event.
  • Anyone repeatedly sneezing or coughing may be asked to immediately leave the premises.
  • Those returning from a country with ongoing COVID-19 infections should monitor their health and follow the instructions from public health officials.

Personal Protective Equipment

  • All staff should have PPE such as face masks and gloves.  
  • All attendees including staff, players, coaches, spectators, and officials must have a face mask with them. Face masks must be worn when in communal settings and when in close proximity to others. All attendees will be responsible for bringing their own facemask. 
  • We will provide 1 hand sanitizing station per 3 fields.
  • This does not include players / officials while playing / officiating a game.
  • Players should don their gear in the parking lot before entering the field of play and after the game should immediately leave the area and take your gear off by your car.

Everyday Preventive Actions
All attendees should practice everyday preventive actions – including, but not limited to:

  • Washing hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer (with at least 60% alcohol) if soap and water are not available
  • Abstain from touching their face (mouth, eyes, or nose)
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue and throw tissue in the trash or use the inside of your elbow
  • Avoid touching frequently touched surfaces (railings, doorknobs, countertops etc…)

Earlham CollegeBlake KeenanHead CoachDIII[email protected]
Indiana TechBryan SeamanHead CoachNAIA[email protected]
     
Trine UniversityJohn BeloteAssistant CoachDII[email protected]
Trine UniversityKarl ZimmermanHead CoachDIII[email protected]
Keiser UniversityDoug JohnstonAssistant CoachNAIA[email protected]
Clarington Green Gaels Junior Lacrosse Team (Canada)Will PetschenigHead CoachDI[email protected]
Westminster CollegeTravis BrownHead CoachDIII[email protected]

We will follow the USBOX rule book with the following changes.

  • No cleats are allowed at this facility.  Just flat bottoms shoes.
  • 3 x 12 min running time periods.
  • 2 min rest between periods.
  • Last minute of the 3rd period is stop time if teams are within 3 goals.
  • Game clock starts on the hour whether teams are ready or not.  Any team in violation will be given a 2min delay of game penalty.
  • 1  30 second timeout per game per team.  A time out stops penalty time.
  • Pool & Bracket Play - If tied after regulation time teams immediately proceed to a USBOXLA Shootout (3 shooters each and home team decides on whether they will shoot first or second).  If tied after that, there is a sudden death shootout round (all rostered players must shoot before any player shoots twice).
  • Championship game will play One 5 minute sudden victory overtime.  If it is still tied then a shootout will decide the champion.

USBOXLA Rule Book Can be found here: OFFICIAL-USBOXLA-Rule-and-Situational-Book-NO-PRINT

 

Tie Breakers

Max Score Differential Per Game 10

NOTE: Tie breakers within TourneyMachine never go back to the top of the tie breaker list. For example, if three teams are tied with Head to Head as the first tie breaker, and all three teams have a 1-1 record against each other, the Head to Head rule doesn't break any ties. The system will then go to the next tie breaker. If the next tie breaker is Goal Diff and Team 1 has a differential of 3, Team 2 has a differential of 2 and Team 3 a differential of 1, then Team 3 will be last, Team 2 second and Team 1 first, even if Team 2 beat Team 1 Head to Head because it was bypassed in the first step and does not go back to the top, even after Team 3 is eliminated by the differential rule.

  • Record - This is in part based on winning percentage (see below), but also favours the team with the greatest number of Wins, or the least number of Losses. For example, if Team A is 2-4-0, Team B is 1-3-2 and Team C is 0-2-4, they have the same winning percentage, but the Record would favour Team A, then Team B, then Team C due to the Wins.

  • Winning Percentage - This is computed as: (Wins + 0.5 * Ties) / (Wins + Ties + Losses).

  • Points - Some tournaments allocate points for Wins, Losses and Ties. For example, you could assign 3 points for a Win, 0 points for a Loss, and 1 point for a Tie (a common scenario in soccer). If a team goes 1-1-1 they would receive 4 points (3 for the win and 1 for the tie), then if another team goes 0-0-3 they would receive 3 points (1 for each tie).

  • Head to Head - This breaks ties based on the Record tie breaker (or Points, if points are used) against the tied teams. For example, 3 teams have the same overall record at 4-2 and all 3 of the teams played each other an equal number of times. If one team's record against the other two was 2-0 and another team's was 1-1 and the last was 0-2, this tie breaker would rank them accordingly. If all three teams had identical 1-1 records, this tie breaker would not be used.

    It should be noted that this tie breaker is completely ignored if all of the teams tied do not play each other an equal number of times. For example if there are 3 teams tied and one team played the other two, but the other two did not play each other, this tie breaker will be ignored (regardless of the outcome of the two games played by the first team).

  • Head to Head Two Teams Only - This is the same as the Head to Head tie breaker, except this one will only be used if only two teams are tied. If there are three or more teams tied (even if they all played each other), this tie breaker will be ignored.

  • Head to Head Goal Diff - This breaks ties based on the differential against the teams tied with. For example, if 3 teams have tied, this tie breaker calculates the differential for each team, but only using games where the teams have played each other.

    It should be noted that this tie breaker is completely ignored if all of the teams tied do not play each other an equal number of times. For example if there are 3 teams tied and one team played the other two, but the other two did not play each other, this tie breaker will be ignored (regardless of the outcome of the two games played by the first team).

  • Goal Diff - The differential tie breaker determines the total difference between a team's score versus their opponents'. The largest differential wins the tie breaker.

  • Goals Scored - The total of a team's score. The higher total wins the tie breaker.

  • Goals Allowed - The total of a team's opponent's score. The smallest total wins the tie breaker.

  • Pool Place - This tie breaker is only relevant when breaking ties across an entire division. For example, if you have the places set in your pools, within the divisional rankings, this tie breaker will determine that all first place teams in their respective pools should rank higher within the division then second place teams in the pools, and so on.

2021 Battle At The Barn  - All Tourney Teams 

Minnesota Stars

Peewee
Grant Hennen
Torgnyr Wison Elg

Bantam
Carter Harris
Sam Johnson
Jack Schanaman
Colin Pederson

Midget/HS B
Jake Rossman
Layne Kology
Tyler Alvers
Ben Schuster

HS Elite
Zach Picard
Evan McNally
Zach Dewey

Resolute

Pee Wee
Matthew Esguerra
Joe Hayes
Cameron King
Ethan Dodgion

Bantam
Cincinnati 25/26
Nathan Logan
Quinn Riley
Hunter Hemphill
Steven Hamblin

Bantam
Resolute 2025/2026

Will Musgrove
Vance Ames

Midget/HSB
Cincinnati
Nate Clark
Aiden Schramm
Michael Niere

HS Elite
Resolute 2023

Cayden Christopher
Luke Ray
Joe Ginnetti
Owen McGee

Haymakers

Midget/HSB
Ryan Frecht: Transition
Mac Link: Forward

HS Elite
Tanner Hegarty: Forward
Michael Fulmer: Defense

True Illinois

Pee Wee
Will Pursley #3
Quinn Acello #77
Caiden Hays #40

Bantam
Caden Smith #51
Nick Quaid #33

Midget/HS B
Jaret Jawor #0
Cooper Ganch #17

L4 Mingos

Midget/HSB
Kaleb Madsen 46
Michael Wheeler 23