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USA Softball of Kansas
Adult & Youth Softball
12U Teams - here's your chance to tryout for the USA Softball All American Games
360 players from around the entire country will be selected to participate in the USA Softball All American Games which will be held in Oklahoma City, OK at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium on August 18-20.
Tryouts will be held around the country in each of the 10 Regions. Each region will send 2 or more teams to participate in the this event. Players selected from Kansas and KC Metro area tryouts will advance to the Regional Final Tryouts on June 24 in Kansas City. From the Regional Finals, a total of 30 players and 4 coaches will be selected to advance to Oklahoma City for the All American Games.
NEXT OPEN TRYOUT: Thursday June 8th - Bill Burke Park - Salina, KS at 6:00pm - report to Field 6. Contact Email Chuck Vogan at: firstname.lastname@example.org for details on next available tryout in this area!
For details on the All American Games visit: www.usasoftballallamericangames.com
Select Region 7 Mid America for a complete list of tryout opportunities!
ATTENTION UMPIRES: Are you needing to get registered for the 2017 season? If so, contact the individuals listed below!
State Umpire in Chief - Dave Epperson - email@example.com
District 1 - Traci Kutscher - firstname.lastname@example.org District 2 - Traci Spear - email@example.com
District 3 - Chuck Vogan - firstname.lastname@example.org District 4 - Loren Fisher - email@example.com
Kansas USA Softball is dedicated to providing quality events for both Adult & Youth softball throughout the state. Tournaments are posted on the www.tournamentasa.com website.
Select Kansas or Kansas City for events within the Kansas and KC Metro area.
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Ever wonder what the major rule diffrences were between USA Softball, NCAA and High School. ASA has made a list of the most common diffrences.
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