2002 WESTERN REGIONAL FOOTBAG CHAMPIONSHIPS

Tournament Results

2002 WESTERN REGIONAL FOOTBAG CHAMPIONSHIPS

Contact:

Steve Goldberg

E-mail: brat@footbag.org
Location:
San Carlos, CA
USA

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Location:
Stanford University - Wilbur Field
Palo Alto, California, USA
Events Offered:
open singles net, open doubles net, mixed doubles net
women's singles net, women's doubles net
open singles freestyle, open doubles freestyle
intermediate singles net, intermediate singles freestyle
intermediate doubles net
novice doubles net

Results for WESTERN REGIONAL FOOTBAG CHAMPIONSHIPS (2002)

Open Singles Routines:

  1. Ryan Donohoe (USA)
  2. Sunil Jani (USA)
  3. Daryl Genz (USA)
  4. Tuan Vu (USA)
  5. Carol Wedemeyer (USA)
  6. Toby Robinson (USA)
  7. Bryan Fournier (USA)
  8. Jeremy Benton (USA)
  9. Jeremy Mirken (USA)

Manually Entered Results

--- OPEN DIVISION ---

OPEN SINGLES NET

1. John Leys
2. Rob Adams
3. Bob Lavigne
4. Michael McCarthy
5. david Butcher
6. Chris (Mike) Ingle
7. Paul (PT) Lovern
8. Jim Caveney
9. Tim Tucker
10. Nick Jaros
11. Randy Pace
12. Jeff Goode
13. Radhy Esposito
14. Edwin Veltman
15. Sage Woodmansee

OPEN SINGLES FREESTYLE

1. Ryan Mulroney
2. Sunil Jani
3. Daryl Genz
4. Tuan Vu
5. Carol Wedemeyer
6. Toby Robinson
7. Bryan Fournier
8. Jeremy Benton
9. Jeremy Mirken

OPEN DOUBLES NET

1. Paul (PT) Lovern & John Leys
2. Brent Welch & Brent Stewart
3. Bob Lavigne & Alexis Deschenes
4. david Butcher & Eric Wulff
5. Julie Symons & Jody Welch
6. Rob Adams & Radhy Esposito
7. Michael McCarthy & Sage Woodmansee
8. Amy Westberg & Lisa McDaniel
9. Jeff Goode & Tim Tucker
10. Edwin Veltman & Chris (Mike) Ingle
11. Nick Jaros & Randy Pace
12. Steve Goldberg & John Suckling
13. Craig McNair & Ben Hutchinson
14. Debbie Fisher & Darlene House

OPEN MIXED DOUBLES NET

1. Julie Symons & Alexis Deschenes
2. Lisa McDaniel & david Butcher 
3. Jody Welch & Brent Welch
4. Amy Westberg & Rob Adams
5. Debbie Fisher & Edwin Veltman
6. Merry McCown & Michael McCarthy
7. Darlene House & Randy Pace
8. Teresa Rogerson & Sage Woodmansee

OPEN SICK 3-TRICK COMBO

1. Sunil Jani  (Jani-Walker > Blurriest > Flurry)
2. Ryan Mulroney (Blurry Whirl > Paradox Symposium Whirl > Whirlwind)
3. Jeremy Benton (Blurry Whirl > Osis > Paradox Torque)

OPEN SHRED:30 FREESTYLE

1. Ryan Mulroney (194.47)
2. Sunil Jani (158.10)
3. Daryl Genz (156.72)
4. Allan Haggett (147.41)
5. Toby Robinson (129.00)
6. Richie Abshire (114.00)
7. Jeremy Benton (109.93)

OPEN DOUBLES FREESTYLE

1. Tuan Vu & Eric Wulff


--- WOMEN'S DIVISION ---

WOMEN'S SINGLES NET

1. Jody Welch
2. Lisa McDaniel
3. Julie Symons
4. Darlene House
5. Merry McCown
6. Teresa Rogerson

WOMEN'S DOUBLES NET

1. Jody Welch & Julie Symons
2. Lisa McDaniel & Amy Westberg
3. Teresa Rogerson & Darlene House
3. Debbie Fisher & Merry McCown


--- INTERMEDIATE DIVISION ---

INTERMEDIATE SINGLES NET

1. Teresa Rogerson
2. Jeremy Mirken
3. Darlene House
4. Merry McCown

INTERMEDIATE FREESTYLE
1. Randy Magliocca
2. Savanna Jay-Bonn
3. Brendan Erskine
4. Noah Jay-Bonn
5. Sunny Freeman
6. Patrick McNeice (scratched)

The Western Regional Footbag Championships, is one of the largest footbag events in the world, with 80 to 100 competitors attending from all across the western United States and Canada.

This year will mark the 17th consecutive year of this competition, which will take place on the beautiful campus of Stanford University for the tenth year in a row.

This event is sanctioned by the International Footbag Players' Association (IFPA). Results from this competition are eligible to be used for seeding at the World Footbag Championships this sum mer (August 5-11 in San Francisco)

Event Details:
ENTRY FEES:

Please note that you must register for all intermediate and
open/women's events in advance -- preferably online, or at the
pre-registration party (see below), or in the worst case, at late
registration on-site Saturday morning by 9am (see schedule). If you
need a registration form or cannot register in advance, please send
e-mail to brat@footbag.org immediately.

Register online by clicking the link at the top right of this page.

OPEN MEN AND WOMEN ($$ = prize money event)

                              $$ open/women's singles net, add $5 each
  $35 base                    $$ open/women's singles freestyle, add $5 each
  includes...                    open doubles freestyle
  T-shirt, player pack        $$ open doubles net, add $5
                                 women's doubles net
                                 open mixed doubles net
                              $$ open shred:30 freestyle, add $5
                                 open sick 3-trick freestyle

INTERMEDIATES

  $20 base                       int. singles net
  includes...                    int. singles freestyle
  T-shirt, player pack           int. doubles net


NOVICES (first-timers, entering novice net only, on any or all days)

  FREE (no T-shirt or player pack)          doubles net
  or                                        (includes instruction)
  $10 for T-shirt, player pack

Custom-made artful plaques will be awarded to the top 3 places in
all events, as well as top place in a few special events.

Prize money is guaranteed only for first place in each event with the $$'s 
above.

There will also be pick-up games of four-square throughout the three
days for the "Supreme Ruler of 4-Square" plaque and $1,000,000.00 in 
prize money -- as well as other activities (pick-up net, all-day freestyle 
free-for-all, etc.)

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LODGING and TRAVEL:

For the best results, make all hotel, travel, and rental car
arrangements through the official travel agency:

   OAKS TRAVEL
   Ask for Charles Shaffer and mention the Western Regionals
   1-800-359-6694

Please do not ask Steve to help you arrange travel or lodging.
Other BAFL players may be able to help, but Steve can't be responsible
to help everyone -- there are too many players. Either contact
Oaks Travel to find cheap accommodations in this area, or check with
other players you may know to try to find someone to stay with. In
the worst case, you can try to find someone to stay at during the
Friday night party; do not plan to stay with Steve unless you have
previously arranged such with him well in advance. Please avail
yourselves of the member list online to find players in this area you
may know and ask them for help. Thanks.

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SCHEDULE:  (FINAL -- updated 5/24/02)

** 8:30-9:30 ** REGISTRATION & CHECK-IN  ** all fees MUST be paid 
by 9:30am
   9:45am    players' meeting (all open/int. players must attend)
   10am-4pm  open singles net (down to finals)
   11am-4pm  women's singles net (down to finals)
   12-4pm    free novice net competition (sign-up by 1pm)
   1-4pm     intermediate singles net
   4pm-7pm   mixed doubles net (down to finals)
   7-10pm    player party and pay-your-own-way dinner at Steve's house
             (directions at check-in or tournament booth on-site)

Sunday, May 26

   9am-9:30am set-up and warm-up
   9:30      freestyle players' meeting (mandatory)
   10am-1pm  freestyle, round 1 (intermediate/women's/open)
   1-5pm     free novice net competition (sign up by 2pm)
   1pm-6:30pm open/women's/intermed. doubles net (down to finals)

Monday, May 27 (Memorial Day)

   10am      set-up and warm-up
   11am-1pm  freestyle finals (intermed./women's/open)
   1-4pm     free novice net competition (sign up by 1:30pm)
   1-2pm     open singles net *finals*
   2-3pm     women's singles net *finals*
   3-4pm     open doubles net *finals*
   4-5pm     women's doubles net *finals*
   5-6pm     mixed doubles net *finals*
   6pm       awards ceremony on-site!

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DIRECTIONS:

The Stanford Campus is in Palo Alto, California, about 35 miles south
of San Francisco and 18 miles north of San Jose. From I-280, exit
at Page Mill Rd., heading towards Palo Alto. Follow Page Mill to the
2nd light (Junipero Serra) and turn LEFT. Go to the 2nd light
(Campus Drive East) and turn sharply to the RIGHT. After two stop
signs, Wilbur Field will be on your LEFT. Park anywhere except
designated 24-hr. student parking areas.  All metered and C permit
parking areas are FREE throughout the entire event.

Coming from US-101, exit at Embarcadero Rd. (west, towards Palo 
Alto),
and take Embarcadero until it crosses El Camino Real and enters 
Stanford
campus (2-3 miles). You'll pass the stadium as you enter the campus, 
and
the street name changes to Galvez. At Campus Drive, turn LEFT. Follow
Campus Drive until you see the site on your RIGHT, after approximately
5 stop signs. (You'll cross Serra, Escondido, and pass Bowdoin.) Park
anywhere except in designated 24-hr. student parking areas.  All 
metered
and C permit parking areas are FREE throughout the entire event.

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Remember, you can register simply and quickly now and avoid any 
hassles later. Just go to the online registration at the top of this page. 
Online registration is not final until the deadline (posted on the form). So 
you can register now, even if you need to update your registration later. 
You can even pay now, and if you need to change later, you'll get a 
refund or get a chance to pay the difference at check-in. So, there's no 
reason *not* to register *now*!
Created Saturday, February 2nd, 2002, 12:23am (PST); last update Tuesday, June 4th, 2002, 02:21pm (PDT).
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