General Contest Information
Angelo State University is pleased to serve as host for the University Interscholastic League Spring Meet for Region 2-1A. We want to do our part to assure that you have a successful meet and ask that you give close attention to the information provided. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the Regional Director.
If a student who has followed the State Conflict Pattern earns eligibility to compete at the regional level in more than one event and finds that he/she has a full or partial conflict in the two events, he/she must make a choice of which contest will be participated in. No adjustments will be considered to accommodate the conflict.
Admission fees for the Regional Spring Meet activities are as follows:
$10 for adults; $5 for students
Track and Field
$8 per day for adults; $5 per day for students
$12 two-day pass for adults
Contest coaches and participating students will not be charged an admission fee.
Entries and Certification/Eligibility
All Academic entries, including One-Act Play, are certified and entered into the Regional Meet through the UIL Spring Meet Online System. Please refer to the pages for golf, tennis, and track and field for submitting district results.
The eligibility of a student competing at the regional meet is the responsibility of the individual school.
In order to expedite the payment process for the 2019 Region 2-1A Spring Meet, the Regional Director has authorized the following flat rate fee schedule:
2019 Spring Meet Fees Event Cost Academic entry fee per district $1,920 Athletic entry fee per district $5,488 One-Act Play entry fee $750 for each company
How the member schools constituting the district divide the full slate fees for Academics and Athletics among themselves is the business of the member schools within the district and the district’s Spring Meet Chairperson. All fees are non-refundable. Please refer to Schedule of Fees for more information.
The District Spring Meet Chair for each district represented in Region 2-1A will collect the academic and athletic fees for that district and submit one check by March 26. Each school with a One-Act Play will submit a check to the Contest Director no later than rehearsal time on Friday, April 12.
Food services are available on the ASU campus for your convenience. See dineoncampus.com for more detailed information.
Food Service Center (Next to the Concho Hall High Rise)
Pizza, complete salad bar, hamburgers, and traditional home-cooked meals
Roscoe’s Den (Behind the Food Service Center)
Specialty hamburgers, hot wings, and Outtakes Convenience Store items
Food services in the Houston Harte University Center
Our food service company has agreed to an “open tab” system for schools attending the academic meet April 13-14. Any schools wishing to avail themselves of this service should contact the following person.
Richard Gonzalez, Director of Dining Service - 325-944-1888 (work) or 325-374-9719 (cell)
On April 14 the hospitality rooms for coaches, judges, and contest workers will be located in the University Center room 211 and in the Academic Building in room 121.
On Saturday, April 13, Headquarters for UIL activities will be located in room 112 of the Houston Harte University Center from 7:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Campus maps, schedules, and other information will be available. Results of each academic contest will be posted as the reports are made available on the windows of the Credit Union office near the Crossroads Cafe area.
Lincoln-Douglas Debate Judges
Each school qualifying in Lincoln-Douglas Debate must provide an experienced L-D debate judge for the regional tournament. Judges are expected to be available through the finals round. The name of the judge should be forwarded to the contest director June Smith via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than March 28. A coach may fulfill a school’s judging obligation. If a school fails to provide the required judge, a $120 fee will be required from that school. Representatives of the Regional Advisory Committee may NOT fulfill the school’s judging obligation.
Location of Events
One-Act Play and Academic Events
Friday-Saturday, April 12-13
Angelo State Campus
Wednesday & Thursday, April 17-18
Bentwood Country Club
2111 Club House Lane
Tuesday & Wednesday, April 23-24
Quicksand Golf Course
2305 Pulliam Street
Tuesday & Wednesday, April 23-24
Bentwood Country Club Golf Course
2111 Club House Lane
Track and Field
Friday and Saturday, April 26-27
LeGrand Stadium at 1st Community Credit Union Field (ASU Campus)
Medals, Plaques, Trophies
Individual and team awards will be given in compliance with UIL specifications and guidelines. All trophies and medals are awarded according to the uniform state plan and are uniform in all regions. Academic awards will be presented at the verification/contest site after official results. Athletic awards will be presented at the site of the competition. Please plan to be present for awards for your event or have someone from your school present. Unclaimed awards will be mailed only if a self-addressed envelope has been left with the Contest Director.
Open Carry, Campus Carry, and Smoking Policies
Pursuant to the law, open carry is not permitted by a license holder on the premises of an institution of higher education.
A law passed by the 84th Texas Legislature and effective August 1, 2016, changes the approach to carrying a concealed handgun on higher education campuses in Texas. The law is often referred to as “campus carry,” but it is officially Texas Senate Bill 11: Carrying of Handguns by License Holders on Certain Campuses. Texas statutes prohibits concealed carry on the premises where any UIL sanctioned competition is being held. Buildings where concealed carry is normally permitted but will be used for UIL competitions will have portable 30.06 signs placed at the entrances. For more information visit ASU’s website on campus carry Angelo State University and Campus Carry.
Smoking and the use of all tobacco products is only allowed in designated smoking-permitted areas.
No parking permit will be required for April 12-13, 2019 Academic Contests
Daytime Parking during the week will be in P27, at the Northwest Corner of the Junell Center. Unloading for One-Act Play will be in P5 near the main flag poles in front of the Mayer Administration Building. For clarification, see the campus map.
Supplies and Souvenirs
The ASU Bookstore, located in the Houston Harte University Center, will be open Friday from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. School supplies, books, T-shirts, souvenirs, and gifts are among the items available for sale. The Bookstore will be open Saturday from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Verification, Awards, State Meet Information
Students, their coaches, and/or other school officials are urged to attend all verification periods and awards meetings. Regional meet directors are under no obligation to contact winners who fail to attend awards meetings with results. Information regarding the UIL Academic State Meet is posted on the UIL web site at https://www.uiltexas.org/academics/state. Information packets will not be mailed to schools or handed out during the regional meet verification meetings or awards ceremonies except for One-Act Play and L-D debate. Coaches and contestants must go to the UIL web site for the State Meet tentative schedule, UT campus map, UT parking, and other vital State Meet information. Responsibility for knowing times, dates, and sites of State Meet events rests solely with coaches and contestants. Second place regional teams should also look for the list of wild card qualifiers.
Withdrawals and Tardiness
A school that withdraws a student from a Regional Meet is responsible for notifying the appropriate alternate and the Regional Director. Refunds of entry fees for withdrawals will not be made. A list of absent contestants will be reported to the State UIL office from each academic event. It is vitally important that you notify the Regional Director in advance if a contestant will be unable to attend the regional competition.