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Slow Pitch Softball

Registration for the 2018 season is open through March 16! 

To sign up, visit the Player Registration page


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2018 Key Dates

  • Feb 24 & Mar 17 (2pm - 4pm): FREE Slow Pitch Pitching Clinics for 10U, 12U and 14U players
  • March 16: Registration deadline!
  • April 3: Coaches meeting
  • April 21: Opening day
  • May 18-20: Mid-Season Tournament
  • June 22-24: End of Season Tournament

General Information

  • League games played on weeknights – 1 or 2 nights/week. Games may also be played in Champlin and Coon Rapids.
  • The season runs April 21st through June 24th - softball season is over before July 4th weekend and does not overlap with the BPAA soccer season.
  • Registration fee includes a full-color memory book at the end of the season!
  • Scholarships Available! Families may qualify for a 50% Fee reduction! Must provide your 2017 tax information when you register!
  • Team bats provided - players should provide own glove and are strongly encouraged to have own helmet
  • We need coaches! Parents - please indicate interest on the registration form!


Should my daughter play slow pitch or fast pitch? What equipment is needed? Where are practices? Or any other questions you have, please email us at

How is the Program Organized?

Our program has leagues for children as young as 5 years old!

  • 6U (Skills Competitions and Coach Pitch) – must be 5 yrs. old by 1/1/18
  • 8U (Coach Pitch) - girls ages 7 and 8 as of 1/1/18
  • 10U, 12U, 14U (Girls Pitch) - the 10U and older divisions are player pitch leagues. Pitching distance and rules vary by division.
  • 16U (Girls Pitch) - the 16U division is coordinated by the Coon Rapids Athletic Association (CRAA). You can sign up as a team or individual. All games are played in Coon Rapids. Please contact Frank Skibbe (contact info available at

Game Status: If threatening weather is in the forecast, check here for the status of today's games.

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A Special Note to Parents

It's easy to be taken in by our own competitiveness and forget our manners when watching our children participate in games and practices. Many of the game officials and all of the coaches you will come in contact with are volunteers. Others are teenagers trying to learn how to officiate at a very basic level and earn a little money while doing so.

They are going to make decisions you don't agree with. They may even make some calls that are wrong. If you feel you must criticize someone, please do it privately in a calm manner.

If we all remember that Coaches coach, Players play and Parents cheer, everyone's experience with youth sports will be a lot more fun.

Opening Day!

Photos from Opening Day 2017, where 48 teams from BPAA, CRAA, CDAA and MG Park & Recreation kicked off their season at Zane Sports Park.

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