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Spring - SUNDAY  - Open
Coed 8 Week League
Includes: guaranteed 12 games (10 regular season games, 2+ playoff game), two ASA umpires, online schedule/standings, new ball for each game 5 men/5 women in the field at a time.
STARTS LOCATION GAME TIMES LEVEL EARLY BIRD REGULAR INDIV  
Mid Mar Parkwood/RTP Fields 12:00-8:30 Semi - Comp  $TBA $TBA $TBA Signup

Mens 8 Week League - Pending
Includes: guaranteed 12 games (10 regular season games, 1+ playoff game), two ASA umpires, online schedule/standings, new ball for each game.
STARTSLOCATIONGAME TIMESLEVELEARLY BIRDREGULARINDIV 
Mid MarParkwoodTBASemi - Comp $TBA$TBA$TBASignup

Latest Softball News

  • All Sunday Coed games canceled today 10/12/2014 due to weather and field. Please pass it on. All Sunday Coed games canceled today 10/12/2014 due to weather and field.  Please pass it on.
    Posted Oct 12, 2014, 6:20 AM by Eddie Wheeler
  • All Sunday Coed games canceled . 7-20-2014 Pass it on! All Sunday Coed games canceled . 7-20-2014  Pass it on!Games will be made up end of season.
    Posted Jul 20, 2014, 9:22 AM by Eddie Wheeler
  • Spring 2014 Coed Sunday info ASA waiver completed before fist game.  (Make sure everyone is a little early to get that done)Teams that still owe $$$ please make arrangements with Amy Ernenwein ASAP if you ...
    Posted Apr 13, 2014, 5:43 AM by Eddie Wheeler
  • Men's 2013 Summer Playoff Brackets
    Posted Jul 30, 2013, 6:23 PM by Eddie Wheeler
  • No CoRec games today 7-14-13. RTP fields  3&4 closed due to field conditions.  Check schedule for updates
    Posted Jul 14, 2013, 7:28 AM by Eddie Wheeler
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Important Information

Important Information

  • Lineup cards must be turned in 10 minutes prior to start of game.                      
  • NO GRACE PERIOD
  • You must have min 8 players  (4 male\4 female - Coed)10 minutes prior to game start time.
  • Games with "vs" on schedule will coin toss for home team.

Important Info

 Rain out Text info

Be sure to signup for the Rainout info line.

THIS NEEDS TO BE DONE

 EACH YEAR YOU PLAY.

You can sign up from your cell phone now.

Just text the word :TRS14

to: 84483 on your cell phone 

ASA Bats

ASA Bat Testing & Certification Program 

The official bat in ASA Championship Play must meet all of the requirements of Rule 3, Section 1 and:
  1. must bear either the ASA approved 2000 certification mark or the ASA 2004 certification mark as shown below, and must not be listed on an ASA non approved list, and
     
  2. must be included on a list of approved bat models published by the ASA National Office; or
  3. must, in the sole opinion and discretion of the umpire, have been manufactured prior to 2000 and if tested, would comply with the ASA bat performance standards then in effect.
Beginning January 1, 2004, all bats in ASA Championship Play must pass the ASA 2004 bat standard. All bats having the 2004 certification mark will be allowed in ASA Championship Play. Bats that have the 2000 certification mark will not be allowed in ASA Championship Play unless they are listed on an approved bat list on the ASA website. For convenience, the ASA website has a listing of bats that do not pass the ASA 2004 bat standard.

2004 and Beyond Approved Bats (Current Listing, no changes as of: 8/26/2011)

For a list of bats that have been tested and found to comply with the ASA bat performance standards, and therefore are authorized to bear the ASA 2004 certification mark and/or are authorized for use in ASA Championship Play beginning January 1, 2004, please click on the manufacturer below. Manufacturers continue to submit additional bat models for testing, and the ASA will update this list as test results become available.

Click here for ASA's 1 Page Non Approved Bats with Certification Marks (2000 and 2004)

(current listing, no changes as of January 5, 2011)

Click here for ASA's Non Approved Bats with Certification Marks (2000 and 2004)
(current listing, no changes as of January 5, 2011)

Click here for ASA's Non Approved Bats with 2004 Certification Marks
(current listing, no changes as of January 5, 2011)

The Amateur Softball Association of America (ASA) no longer displays every bat made by bat manufacturers that do not comply with current ASA bat standards. If you want to know what bats are approved for use in ASA Championship Play, follow one of the steps below.


  • check the approved list located in the drop down boxes above and search by the specific manufacturer or select all
  • check for either the 2000 or 2004 ASA Certification Mark (both depicted above) and then be sure the bat is not listed on the PDF's above as a banned bat by ASA (Note: The lists above are broken up into two PDF's to help umpires in the NCAA and the NFHS because of their minor rule differences.
  • Please be sure to read the specific ASA rules surrounding bats (a portion of which is located above) for a comphrehensive review. Please remember that all bats that do not bear an ASA certification mark remain non approved unless they were made prior to 2000 and in the sole discretion of the umpire would pass ASA certification test if tested. Local ASA leagues and tournaments not conducted as part of ASA Championship Play may alter ASA playing rules as they see fit.

    The ASA periodically and randomly tests samples of bat models bearing the ASA approved certification mark to verify compliance with the ASA bat performance standards. Below are links for press releases announcing results of compliance testing as well as FAQ's regarding bat models withdrawn from ASA Championship play until further notice. The "ASA Banned Bats" link above contains the most up-to-date listing of bat models withdrawn from ASA Championship play. Models placed on that list will be allowed for use in ASA Championship play if they bear the ASA recertification mark (shown in the link below).


    Altered/Doctored Bats

    Grandfathered Bats No Longer Authorized Beginning in 2008

    ASA Court Order Press Release

    ASA Court Order Judgement