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Garrett Ozar Bruce Johnson Management Team Project April 9, 2008 Game Day Management of Operations Game day operations for sporting events in the NCAA are managed under a very specific and detailed protocol. Specifics that must be followed carefully include pre-game operations, game operations, and post game operations. At Western Carolina University, baseball is operated and managed by the Associate Athletic Director, Fred Cantler. One of his duties is to make sure that all employees involved with baseball have either completed their task or are in position to carry out their specific duty/duties. Prior to the teams arriving to the field, several basic tasks must be completed in order for pre-game play to run smoothly. The field must be maintained by the maintenance crew. This includes: cutting the grass, edging the lines, painting the foul lines, cleaning out the dugouts, dragging the field and painting the bases. The facilities must be in proper working order. This includes: unlocking and cleaning the restrooms, unlocking the concession stands and making sure that it is properly stocked, setting up the will call booth making sure that the player’s list is completed for friends and family of both the home and visiting team, making sure that all vendors are aware of the game time, and unlocking the field and batting cages. Umpires need to be properly informed
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course MGMT 301 taught by Professor Hull during the Spring '08 term at W. Carolina.

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