- 2020 UVSASE Olympics
April 3, 2020 - April 5, 2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Come out to Odell Weeks Activity Center in Aiken, South Carolina from April 3rd – 5th to experience our annual UVSA Southeast Olympics and enjoy some friendly competition among our participating VSAs! Please note, we are making several changes to this year’s event in order to accommodate our growing region and the demand for UVSASE Olympics.
- School presidents are in charge of registering their team below and must also contact the Olympics committee via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) to receive a roster sheet for their respective school. This must be kept updated to contain ALL player and spectator information.
- In order to reserve a spot to play in Olympics, the total registration cost for your entire team’s roster of players must be received no later than Saturday, March 28th, at 11:59 PM.
- Each school is guaranteed at least two games in each sport.
- Registration is now $15 per player.
- Spectators get in for free.
- There will be events dedicated specifically for spectators.
- There is a 12-team cap. (A maximum of 12 schools can register & registration will be first come first serve).
- Schools are responsible for securing housing for their members and UVSASE has obtained hotel discounts in the area.
- The Augusta/Aiken Vietnamese community will be selling food and drinks at Olympics for breakfast and lunch. Players who have paid the registration fee are given two free meal vouchers.
- The tournament is a round-robin format and the schedule of games will be determined prior to Opening Ceremony.
- Opening ceremony will now be for social events and celebration
- Schools do not have to pay for spectators but still need to have them listed on school roster and be labeled as such for waiver tracking
- Players who are participating in multiple sports count as 1 roster spot and only need to pay $15, however it is encouraged to have enough players on the team to accommodate for concurrent games to be played (your school plays two different sports at one time) if the need arises, as well as to avoid players from having to play in back-to-back games