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Northbridge Youth Softball Association

Divisions

T-BALL/U6 Farm League

This is where it all begins

The Farm level is for girls who are 5 & 6, girls cannot have turned 7 prior to January 1 of the current year. This division introduces coach pitching, starts to teach fundamentals as well as developing fielding, throwing and hitting techniques and strives for four inning games with continuous batting each inning. Currently, there is no tee ball division. However, the tee may be used in this division when necessary.

Farm League Coaches

  • • If you have a daughter in Farm League please think about volunteering your time. We are always in need of Coaches, assistant coaches, fund raising, field maintenance and concession stand help. Contact the NYSA today to volunteer


U8 AA

Moving on up

The AA level is for girls who are 7 & 8, girls cannot have turned 9 prior to January 1 of the current year. At this level, coaches pitch and continue to strive to teach fundamentals as well as developing fielding, throwing and hitting techniques.

AA Coaches

  • •If you have a daughter in AA ball please think about volunteering your time. We are always in need of Coaches, assistant coaches, fund raising, field maintenance and concession stand help. Contact the NYSA today to volunteer


U10 AAA

Moving on up

The AAA (10U) level is for girls who are 10 and under, girls cannot have turned 11 prior to January 1 of the current year. This division involves player pitching and strives for six inning games with three outs per inning.

AAA Coaches

  • •If you have a daughter in AAA ball please think about volunteering your time. We are always in need of Coaches, assistant coaches, fund raising, field maintenance and concession stand help. Contact the NYSA today to volunteer


U12 Minors

Game On

The Minors (12U) level is for girls who are 12 and under, girls cannot have turned 13 prior to January 1 of the current year. This division involves player pitching and strives for six inning games with three outs per inning. This level competes for players with the Middle School. There may be a misconception that a player cannot play for both the Middle School and their town ("Rec-ball"). This is not the case, players can dual roster if they so choose.

Minors Coaches

  • •If you have a daughter in the Minors please think about volunteering your time. We are always in need of Coaches, assistant coaches, fund raising, field maintenance and concession stand help. Contact the NYSA today to volunteer


The NYSA Advocate Program

The advocate program was launched in 2009 as a means for parents, players & coaches alike to address any issues, concerns, questions and possible conflicts that may arise during the course of the season. The advocate for each league is chosen based on their having been a coach or assistant coach at the league level in the past. The advocate for each league is not involved in the particular league for the current season so as to be as neutral and objective as possible.

2016 Advocates

  • • Advocates to be announced