USA Softball, formally the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) has many important responsibilities as the national governing body of softball in the United States, including regulating competition to insure fairness and equal opportunity to the millions of players who annually play the sport.
When the ASA entered the softball picture in 1933, the sport was in a state of confusion, with no unified set of playing rules and no national governing body to provide guidance and stability. The ASA changed all that by adopting softball's first universally accepted rules of play and by organizing consistent and fair competition across the nation.
From the beginning, the ASA, now USA Softball has become one of the nation's largest and fastest growing sports organizations and now sanctions competition in every state through a network of over 90 state and metro associations.
USA Softball has grown from a few hundred teams in the early days to over 230,000 teams and 42,000 umpires representing a membership of more than four million.
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When: March 19th
Where: Flamingo Fields, Las Vegas
2021 USA SOFTBALL 10U WEST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
JULY 21st - July 25th
Caswell Park - North Mankato, MN 56003
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USA Softball 16-Under National Championships
July 25 - Aug 1, 2021
Sioux Falls, SD
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Tryouts for our Region 10 teams are coming up! Here is the information:
When: March 3, 2023
Where: West Flamingo Park - Field 2, Las Vegas, NV
Open to all players who are age 12U qualified and is registered to a 2023 USA Softball team.
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OKLAHOMA CITY – USA Softball, a volunteer-driven, not-for-profit organization announced todaythe appointment ofAndy Williams (Las Vegas, Nev.) as Commissioner for USA Softball of Nevada. Williams will assume the role on Jan. 1 following the retirement of Commissioner Tony Pehle after 21 years of service.
“I am honored to be selected as the next Commissioner for USA Softball of Nevada,” said Williams. “I'm excited to continue the outstanding work that Tony Pehle has done for the last 20 years, and I look forward to working with the incredible staff here in Nevada to grow the participation and competition in USA Softball.”
Working as a USA Softball umpire since 1999, Williams’ vast knowledge of the game and hands-on experience at the grassroots level led him to his most recent position as Association Umpire-In-Chief (UIC) for USA Softball of Nevada. Prior to his role as UIC, Williams served on the USA Softball Umpire Staff in both Arizona (2010-2017) and Nevada (2018-2021) while also working as a clinician and instructor at several umpire clinics and National Umpire Schools over the last 20 years. Williams is a member of the USA Softball National Indicator Fraternity and Elite Umpire Program, and was the recipient of the 2015 USA Softball Region 13 Umpire Award of Excellence.
A retired Business Analyst for the Arizona Supreme Court, Williams garners a dual major bachelor’s degree in Business Management and E-Business from University of Phoenix.
For more information on USA Softball of Nevada, please visit www.usasoftballnevada.org or contact Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or (602) 292-0176.
For Immediate Release May 24, 2022
Sparks, NV – USA Softball Nevada, a volunteer driven, not-for-profit organization, is seeking applicants for the position of Commissioner/CEO. This position becomes available following the retirement of Commissioner Tony Pehle after 21 years of service.
About the Position
The applicants for USA Softball of Nevada Commissioner should be individuals interested in serving as the Chief Executive Officer of a multi-faceted softball organization which serves adults, youth, seniors, and umpires. This position serves as a principal liaison between the Nevada association and the USA Softball National Office in Oklahoma City. In addition to the job duties listed in the attached job description, the Commissioner of USA Softball of Nevada will perform the following within their role:
• Lead the Board of Directors
• Manage Association’s finances
• Attend meetings/events
• Direct and work with volunteers of the program
While historically the Commissioner has been a volunteer position, the local association board may approve a monthly stipend to be allocated to the individual selected. While the stipend is not intended to be the individual’s sole source of income, the amount can justify some of the time spent working on the program. The stipend will be dependent on the individual selected and available funds.
Those interested in applying for the position of Commissioner for USA Softball Nevada should send resume and cover letter to: email@example.com.
Resumes will be accepted until June 23, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.
A selection committee appointed by the USA Softball of Nevada Board of Directors will review the documents submitted and select the most qualified applicants to attend an interview tentatively scheduled for the first week of August.
Charlie, Melia, Valeria, and Desiree
who will be representing Region 10 this upcoming summer. Good luck, ladies!