2017 PACE NSC standby team registration
Filling out this form constitutes registration for the standby list for the 2017 PACE National Scholastic Championship (NSC).

Standby teams need not have qualified for NSC. Standby teams commit to being present the morning of Saturday, June 10, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare. If a registered team fails to attend, standby teams may have an opportunity to play on an as-needed basis for no charge. PACE's full standby policy can be found here: http://www.pace-nsc.org/2017-nsc-registration/

Team Name
Please enter the name of your team, as well as any letter designation it may have (e.g. if it is a "B" team compared to the "A" team in the main field).
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Team City and State
Please enter the city and state where your team's school is located. Use the format [city], [state abbreviation], such as New York, NY.
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Contact Person Name
Please enter the name of the contact person for this team. The person you list here will be responsible for communicating with PACE on Saturday morning.
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Contact Person Email
Please enter the email address of the contact person for this team. We may use it to get in contact with the team on Saturday morning.
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Contact Person Phone Number
Please enter the phone number of the contact person for this team. We may use it to get in contact with the team on Saturday morning.
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How many students attend your school, grades 9-12?
Schools with fewer than 750 students in grades 9-12 are eligible for the 2017 NSC Small School title. More details on the Small School title here: http://www.pace-nsc.org/2017-nsc-jv-and-small-school-titles/
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Will all of the students on your team be in grade 10 or lower?
Teams on which all players are in grade 10 or lower are eligible for the 2017 NSC Junior Varsity (JV) title. More details on the JV title here: http://www.pace-nsc.org/2017-nsc-jv-and-small-school-titles/
How will your team be traveling to the tournament?
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Any comments or other information we should know?
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