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Tournament Rules & Regulations

1.  Games will be two 20 minute halves with a running clock.  Clock will stop for fouls and out of bounds the last 2 minutes of each half. 
2.  No full court press after 15-point lead
3.  3rd and 4th Grade - no press until after ball crosses half-court.  
4.  All technical and intentional fouls will result in the automatic awarding of of 2 points plus the ball out of bounds. 
5.  A minimum of 5 minute warm up time between games. 
6.  All divisions will use an intermediate sized women's basketball.
7.  3 full timeouts per game.
8.  2 minute overtime period-second OT is sudden death starting with a jump ball.
9.  1 additional time out is granted to each team during each OT period
10.  Teams must be ready to play 10 minutes ahead of scheduled time. 
11.  Games may start early. 

The Following rules and regulations covering the tournament shall be enforced:

1.  The referees are in charge of the game - all decisions are final - coaches may talk to them during a time out or at half time. 
2.  Players should raise their hands on fouls. 
3.  Players may play for one team only - they may play up a grade - not down. (One Team Per Age Group)
4.  No organization or individual shall be held responsible for any injury incurred. 
5.  All jerseys must have a number on the back. 
6.  Coaches are responsible for their parents and fans - any conduct deemed disrespectful will be dealt with by the referee and tournament director and may be subject to ejection from the tournaments. 

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MOORHEAD, Minn. — Minnesota State University Moorhead women's basketball coach Karla Nelson has announced the signing of four-student athletes for the 2018-19 season. Signing with MSUM on Wednesday were Nicole Brown of Madison, S.D.; Nicole Hebranson of Hawley, Minn.; Autumn Schlader of Ashwaubenon, Wis.; and Natalie Steichen of Dilworth, MInn.

"With our 2018 recruiting class we are happy to be able to add some key pieces to help fill the shoes of our outgoing senior class," Nelson said.  All four of these student-athletes are extremely hard workers in the classroom and on the basketball floor, thus it is no surprise how successful they have been up to this point. They each bring a unique, athletic skill set and we look forward to helping them contribute to our Dragon program in the near future.

Nicole Brown (C, 6-3, Madison, S.D./Madison HS)
Has 735 points, 595 rebounds, 97 blocks and 54 steals in career heading into her senior year…averaged a double-double as a junior…all-conference second and third team honoree in career…voted team Defensive Player of the Year in 20-15…three-year letterwinner in basketball…also lettered in volleyball and track and field.

"Nicole is the perfect fit as a student-athlete at MSUM," Nelson said. "From the first time she stepped foot on campus, we had a great connection with her and we immediately knew that she is a perfect fit as a Dragon. Nicole adds to our roster in another post with great size and ability to affect the game on both ends of the floor. She has a tremendous upside and we cannot wait to get the most out of her abilities as a Dragon."

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