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Friday, June 17

• Team arrival and registration
• 14U National Team testing
• Opening Ceremonies and Draw (Ft. Myers Miracle game)
• Mandatory coaches meeting

Saturday, June 18, through Monday, June 20

• Preliminary games: All teams will play four (4) games in a round-robin format

Tuesday, June 21

• Championship Rounds 1 & 2 (possible two games)
• Consolation Round (one game per team)
• 14U National Team Trials Invites announcement

Wednesday, June 22

• Semifinals
• Bronze- and gold-medal games
• Consolation round (one game per team)

Tournament Format (Based on 36 or 48 participating teams at each site)

Pool Play

• Each team plays four pool-play games
• Forty-eight teams (West) divided into 12 four-team pools by region (e.g. if nine teams from California register, one will be placed in each pool). Thirty-six teams (East) divided into six four-team pools by region.
• Each four-team pool plays round-robin (three games)
• After three games, 48 teams (West) are seeded Nos. 1-48 and placed into 12 four-team pools again by overall seeding (i.e. Nos. 1-4, Nos. 5-8, etc.). Thirty-six teams (East) are seeded Nos. 1-36 and placed into nine four-team pools
• No. 1 plays No. 4, No. 2 plays No. 3, etc. (one game)

Championship Round

• After four games, 48 teams (West) will be seeded Nos. 1-48, and the top 16 will advance to the single-elimination championship round with the other 32 teams playing single consolation games on Tuesday and Wednesday. Thirty-six teams (East) will be seeded Nos. 1-36, and the top 16 will advance to the single-elimination championship round with the other 20 teams playing consolation games on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Day One

• Round-of-16 games (16 teams reduced to eight)
• Quarterfinals (eight teams reduced to four)
• Consolation round (one game per team)

Day Two

• Semifinals
• Bronze- and gold-medal Games
• Consolation round (one game per team)

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