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Slowpitch Softball

Mid Season Tourney Schedule is here!!

See the following links for this season's Mid-Season Tournament schedule!!

6U

8U


Registration open for the 2024 season

Registration for the 2024 Softball season is now open! The cost will remain the same at $115.00 for the season. Please click on the registration link below to take you to the registration page, but before you do, please confirm what division your daughter should play in. We are changing our team formation going from age brackets to grade brackets to better align ourselves with the surrounding communities and fastpitch requirements. Please consult the below chart to make sure you sign your daughter up for the right division.

Please click the link below to sing up.

https://bpaasports.sportngin.com/register/form/918730292


 

Season Schedule is RELEASED!

The 2024 BPAA/CDAA/MGPR Slowpitch Softball season schedule is officially released!  Please follow the links on this site!

Note that we are still resolving some field allocation issues with city officials.  We think these will get resolved without needing to make any schedule changes.  However, if changes are needed, we will do our best to announce those changes with as much lead time as possible!

The Registration "Slowpitch Softball" is not currently available.

Season Opening Scheduled for May 4th

General Information

  • Typically league games played on weeknights – 2 nights/week. Games may also be played in Champlin or Maple Grove.
  • The season runs April - June, ending before July 4th weekend and does not overlap with the BPAA soccer season.
  • Registration fee includes a CD of pictures taken through the year
  • Team bats provided - players must provide own glove and helmet
  • We need coaches! Parents - please indicate interest on the registration form!

Questions?

Should my daughter play slow pitch or fast pitch? What equipment is needed? Where are practices? 
For answers to these or any other questions you have, please email Dan Williams at tipcab@icloud.com.

 


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 1/1/24
  • 8U (Coach Pitch) - girls ages 7 and 8 as of 1/1/24
  • 10U, 12U+ (Girls Pitch) - the 10U and older divisions are player pitch leagues. Pitching distance and rules vary by division.

Game Nights?

  • Regular season games for the 8U and 12U+ divisions will typically be played on Mondays and Wednesdays.
  • Regular season games for the 6U and 10U divisions will typically be played on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  • Postponed games (rainouts, etc.) may be rescheduled for other weeknights.


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Key Dates

The 2024 Season 

  • Registration Deadline: April 5, 2024
  • Coaches Meeting: April 25, 2024, 8:30 Zoom Call
  • Opening Day: May 4, 2024
  • League games start Monday May 6th, 2024
  • Mid-Season Tournament: June 1-2
  • End of Season Tournament: June 29-30

If threatening weather is in the forecast, game status updates will be posted here and on our Facebook page. Note: no updates means games are still on as scheduled.

Background Check Form

The background check form is now online.  We will not be able to accept paper copies.  Complete it online.


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BPAA Slow Pitch News

Slowpitch Softball Registration Extended until April 2nd!

By BPAA SlowPitch Softball 03/15/2019, 9:30pm CDT

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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.