Orland Park A's: Welcome

LARGE A'S

 


 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

ORLAND PARK A'S 14U DD IS LOOKING FOR A 2ND

YEAR 14U PLAYERS TO COMPLETE AND COMPETITIVE ROSTER. INFIELD AND OUTFIELD POSITIONS OPEN. STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING, PLUS WINTER PRACTICE TWICE A WEEK THROUGH FEBRUARY. JANUARY INDOOR TOURNEMENT AND CAMP SCHEDULE ALONG WITH A SOLID PGF SUMMER SCHEDULE.

PLEASE CONTACT DANNY AT:

14UORLANDPARKAS@GMAIL.COM FOR A PRIVATE TRYOUT

OR CALL (708) 612-0180.

 

ORLAND PARK A'S 12U BH IS LOOKING FOR

1 MORE PLAYER/ATHLETE TO COMPLETE THEIR ROSTER.

CONTACT  BOB HYLKA AT:

BOBHYLKA@YAHOO.COM TO ARRANGE A PRIVATE TRYOUT.


 

      

S2BREAKTHROUGH AND CIRCUIT SOFTBALL PRESENT:

WINTER COLLEGE CAMP EXTRAVAGANZA!

 DECEMBER 23, 27 & 29 AND JANUARY 3

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

 CLICK HERE TO JOIN ONLINE

  OR CALL (708) 403 - 4487 FOR MORE INFORMATION


 

ORLAND PARK A'S 11TH ANNUAL

LAST BLAST CLASSIC SUMMER TOURNAMENT

FRIDAY, JULY 21 - SUNDAY, JULY 23, 2017

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR 10U & 12U REGISTRATION FORM

 

ORLAND PARK A'S 11TH ANNUAL

LAST BLAST COLLEGE EXPOSURE TOURNAMENT

FRIDAY, JULY 21 - SUNDAY, JULY 23, 2017

 PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR 14U, 16U & 18U REGISTRATION FORM

 

 

 

 

 

 


 Mission Statement    

 
    The goal of the Orland Park Illinois A's travel softball program is to develop and promote the ideals of responsibility, hard work, sportsmanship, and teamwork. The individual growth of our athletes comes from training with our skilled coaching staff, competition, and discipline. These goals will be accomplished by providing athletes with an understanding of the fundamental and mental approach to the game of softball.
 
    Our philosophy is that all athletes must play to improve at the 10U-13U levels. It is essential that athletes are given the chance to all play in championship play as well as weekday games. We believe this helps athletes with the mental aspect of the game and dealing with success as well as failure. Our 14U-16u age groups play a competitive PGF/ASA schedule and are designed to compete at the highest level.
 
    Every athlete that competes in college no matter what level will be able to learn teamwork, time management, leadership, and respect. This in turn will produce responsible young woman with confidence in the work force that one day will hopefully give back to the sport.
 
-Orland Park A's FastPitch Softball