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EVAA In-House Fastpitch Softball

Informational Parent Meeting 3/3/19 - 5-6 pm at EVHS

If you are interested in learning about our programs for kids age 5-9, please attend our parent informational meeting at EVHS (Lecture Room C 250) on Sunday, 3/3/19. Our Board members will provide a presentation on our program offerings, commitments, cost and answer any questions you have regarding our program and where your daughter fits. 

If your daughter is age 9 as of 12/31/2018, then she must sign up for 10U softball. Registrations for 10U close on 2/22/18 with tryouts on Saturday 2/23/18.

We look forward to seeing you there!

2019 Spring Registrations are Live!!!!

Hello Families! 

2019 Spring Inhouse registrations are now open. Come and join us this season and participate in a special year end celebration with the St. Paul Saints! Registrations close 4/1/19, so register now!

Inhouse Registration Link


2nd Annual FREE Whiffle Ball League!!!!

Parents with daughters K – 3rd grade

Apple Valley Fusion Softball is sponsoring a Whiffle ball league for kids in the EVAA and AVAA area to introduce girls to the sport of softball in a fun environment.  

Our goal is for the girls to learn the basics of softball; hitting, running the bases and defensive fielding.  All while having fun playing WHIFFLE BALL!!

Please register as soon as possible, the league starts 1/3/19.

FREE Entry to participants.  Parents are welcome to help coach to assist in making this a fun, relaxing, enjoyable experience!

Here’s the scheduled format:

K-1st grade       Thursdays’s 6 to 7 PM        

8U (2-3rd grade)        Thursday’s 7 to 8 PM      

Dates for both groups are:

Jan 10, 17, 24, 31

Feb 7, 21, 28

March 7, 14, 21  


The Cages of Burnsville
1353 Larc Industrial Blvd
Burnsville, MN  55337
Register now!


The In-House program serves girls age approximately 5-6 (K-1st grade) with a summer season running from late April through June. It is a coach pitch league and teams generally play two games per week. The In-house program is focused on both fun and skill development. Girls play at their current grade level as of the start of the season. Teams are formed, when possible, by placing girls with other players from their school or neighborhood.

Note: as of 2018 we no longer offer a 2nd-3rd grade inhouse league. Registrations throughout the metro area have been transitioning into 8U, which is traveling in name. However, games are mostly local with the same commitments as inhouse but with more varied opponents. 

In-house Fastpitch Softball Season

The 2018 EVAA In-house Softball Season runs from the beginning of May to the end of June. All games/practices start at either 6pm or 7pm. Registration for In-house softball is $50.00

Games for K/1st Grade level are scheduled to be on Monday/Wednesdays.

The season end 2019 In-House Softball Celebration will again feature the St. Paul Saints as we have again been selected for their Spotlight Series. 

Please direct any questions to Jenny Carlson (

EVAA Fastpitch Softball Handbook


Please find answers to these Frequently Asked Questions about Inhouse softball below:

What is the style of play?
The EVAA In-House program stresses skills that the girls will need to be successful in fastpitch softball.

Where is 2/3rd grade Inhouse?
As of 2018 we no longer offer this opportunity. Registration numbers for that program have been in decline within our organization and across the metro area. We do offer 8U which is similar, but the added bonus is the ability to play other associations like Eagan, Rosemount, Farmington etc. 

Are there tryouts?
No, there are no tryouts for In-House softball - all that is required is a desire to play and have fun!

How are teams selected?
We try to create teams based upon parent requests and the schools the girls attend. In addition, we try to make sure that each team has the same number of younger and older players.

How many girls are on a team?
We try to limit the number of girls on a team to 12 so they all can stay involved. At the kindergarten and 1st grade level we may put as few as 7 on a team to keep them active.

When is the season?
The Inhouse season runs from early May until late June. Typically the first two weeks of the season are just practices and after that the season begins. We try and have everything wrapped up by the 4th of July every year.

How many games are played each week?
Schedules usually have two games each week.

Where will games be played?
The field assignments will be made by the City of Apple Valley in April. The K/1 teams play all of their games in Apple Valley at the fields of Scott Highlands. 

Does EVAA provide a uniform?
A t-shirt is provided for each girl in the program. These items usually arrive by the first game in mid-May.

What about pictures?
Each year EVAA coordinates with a company to come and take team pictures. Details of the time and place will be distributed by the coach when they become available. Purchasing pictures is optional but all are encouraged to attend for the team photo.
Are there any participation awards?
In the past, each girl that plays in the In-House program has received a small trophy at the end of the year.

What equipment does EVAA provide?
EVAA provides basic equipment for the team: bats, balls, catcher’s gear, etc.

What equipment will have to be purchased?
Each player will need to provide their own glove and batting helmet. The batting helmet needs to have a chin strap but does not need a face mask. Players can wear rubber cleats. 

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