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If you are new to Fastpitch softball, please access our "new to softball" page to learn more about the EVAA Fastpitch Softball program and the options you have.
* Parent/Player meeting will be held at Eastview High School in room C250. Uniforms orders will also be taken at this time. Jerseys will be available to try on for sizing.
** Tryouts will be Sunday March 12 beginning at 8 AM. Additional details will be shared shortly.
Winter Clinic Update: To prepare for 10U-12U Tryouts, the last two weeks of Winter Clinic will be set up as tryout practice sessions. If you have not already participated in Winter Clinic, you can now register for the last two weeks for $30.00. Practice sessions are from 3-5 on February 25th and March 4th at the West St. Paul Dome.
If you are looking for information about the Eastview High School Softball program, please visit http://eastviewathletics.com/softball.
For more information view the Coaches Corner Webpage.
Date and Time
March 12: Time TBD
November 2015: The EVAA Softball Board and AV Softball Board are working to combine programs for the benefit of our community girls. As is the case with all mergers, to merge correctly takes time to ensure that all measures are appropriately scoped and provisioned. We ask for your patience in these matters, and our goal is to have the merger completed by January 1, 2016.
July 2015: We have some exciting news to share for this upcoming fall and 2016 Softball seasons. As many of you already know we have been working diligently to uncover our options to provide the best possible program for all age levels of our softball community. After several months of discussions with our counterparts to the east we have agreed that the best possible outcome for our two organizations is for us to merge our programs moving forward. Together with the Eastview program we feel we can offer a program second to none in the area.
Why this move? Both AV and Eastview programs haven't really had the numbers to support separate organizations, and as a result, we have had to find other homes for our community girls to play softball and we have had community girls play at levels that were either too far above or below their ability. With the merging of the girls’ programs, we will lessen the probability of having to turn away community girls for our program. We will also have more flexibility to form more teams at every age group which will increase the probability of having a team at every level which will provide girls a chance to play and develop at an appropriate level.
In sum, we are making this move because both associations believe it is in the best interest of ALL girls in our communities who want to play fast pitch softball. We have been combining our in-house programs for years and have often talked about merging our programs more, and we feel now is the time.