BE SURE TO KNOW YOUR DIVISION AND TEAM NUMBER BEFORE COMING.
Equipment care and in-season pickup are detailed here.
Must Know Overview
Equipment and uniforms for your team are held at a locker and are picked up at the beginning of the season and returned at the end of the season. The locker is managed by our Equipment Manager. The times and days for pick-up and return are on the Regional Calendar, labeled as, Equipment Event. Click on the event label to see the details.
The Coach takes charge of the team equipment, the Team Manager takes charge of the uniforms. Coach, you must appoint your Team Manager as early as possible in the system to ensure timely handling of the uniforms for your team.
Coaches may not be a Team Manager, and may not take charge of uniforms.
Team banners have been made by parents and collected since 1990. There are nearly 100 banners to choose from. You may take one from the locker, or if you create a new banner for your team, please donate it at the end of the season to increase our collection for the enjoyment of all. Here is a page to help with Making a Banner.
Typical time, 10 minutes.
Park on the street and get a Team Equipment Form
from the inventory control person at the entrance. Fill in the information for your Team, Coach Name, and Date of Pickup. Review the Team Equipment Form to see what you are picking up.
If you need more equipment than is on the sheet, discuss this with one of the locker team and they will adjust your sheet. You will be given extra of whatever is reasonably requested.
Once you have all your items, sign and return your Team Equipment Form to the inventory control person as you leave.
Typical time, 10 minutes.
We return the equipment to the locker in complete sets and conduct inventory as we do it. We can then order whatever is needed for next season and have it ready for distribution.
Park on the street and get your Team Equipment Form from the inventory control person as you enter. Be sure to get your team's sheet.
Note on the sheet what you are returning in the Number Returned column, and note the Variance if it is non-zero (difference between Number Taken and Number Returned). Often, some balls are worn out or lost. Worn out balls should be separated and placed in the discard area. Do not count the worn out balls in the Number Returned. Remove all items from your ball bag except good balls. Your ball bag should only have balls in it, and they should be only good ones suitable for next season. Your ball bag should have 10 balls for return. There are boxes of make-up balls and for depositing excess balls.
Proceed to each station as appropriate and return your equipment to the bins and shelves where they belong. Then give the completed bag ball to the locker team member to stow in the locker.