North Liberty Youth Baseball & Softball: Welcome

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 Beginning and Advanced T-ball will practice once a week.  All other teams will practice twice a week.  The only exception is on April 8 and 18th during the Diamond Dreams clinics for Junior and Senior Softball and Baseball.  Teams effected on those two days as a result of those clinics will receive an email explaining which field they will be practicing on.   



Click on the BRICK above or on our side menu "Give-A-Brick" to purchase your very own custom brick!

We invite you to become a part of North Liberty history and “Help us keep our kids in the game”, with our Brick fundraiser. The brick fundraiser is raising money to build the much needed NEW Pavilion including bathrooms and concession area at Penn Meadows Park. Each brick purchased will be used to build our very own custom Baseball field brick patio that will be located near the new pavilion. Check out our GIVE-A-BRICK page for more information. Or click on the Buy A Brick Image to purchase your Custom Brick!


Late Registration for 2016 NLYBS season is still open for Senior baseball and senior softball.  There is a $10 late fee.  We are just filling out teams so once those spots are filled the division will close.

If you have questions, please email 







 Welcome all new and returning parents, players and coaches!  

With the 2016 Season upon us, we want to invite you to be a part of the NLYBS family and help our league reach our goal of changing the culture of youth sports.  Whether you are a parent, coach, fan, or player, we all play a role in providing a positive environment for kids to learn the fundamentals of the game while having fun. 


Please take some time and check out our new Positive Coaching Alliance webpage.   With our new Positive Coaching Alliance partnership, now is the time to pave the way for all involved with NLYBS.  We have taken a huge step by partnering with PCA and ask coaches and parents interested in taking a FREE online course to email  LIMITED spots available!  




NLYBS is run completely by volunteers and depends on volunteer parent coaches to support league play.  

NLYBS is funded solely by the participants in its programs and by the generous donations made by businesses and other organizations who are interested in the youth of this community.  This year we are also offering gold and platinum level sponsors advertising spots on our website. Information is available on the NLYBS website or e-mail us for more information.

NLYBS is a not-for-profit organization run by a volunteer board. All of the proceeds from the concession stand are used to purchase equipment, maintain the fields, build new fields, and provide scholarships.


NLYBS Board 
PO Box 438
North Liberty, IA 52317  

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Partnership with Positive Coaching Alliance:

As part of a targeted effort to provide the most positiveexperience for its players, NLYBS has established a partnership with Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA). PCA, a Stanford University-based non-profit organization, works with coaches, organizational leaders and parents to more effectively teach young athletes about teamwork, discipline, respect and goal-setting through their sports experience. Additional information COMING and can be found on the NLYBS website and Facebook page. Information will also be shared throughout the season with coaches, parents, and players.

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