The 2020 season is not far away!!
The next team Rep meeting of the year will be the Annual Corporate Meeting, Thursday, March 12, 2020 at the French Club at 7:00 p.m.Rep meetings are the second Thursday of every Month, February thru September.
WSAGW welcomes female players over 18 years of age of all skill levels. We play from May to August on Monday & Wednesday nights in Willimantic (and occasional Sundays for make ups). Want to play and need a team?Send us an email - we'll find you a team!
All bats used in WSAGW must not be on the non-approved list and pass a compression test and bear the appropriate years certificate sticker. Compression testing dates will be announced shortly.
Here is the link for the general information USA Softball bat info
Here is the link for the non-approved bats as of 02/21/2020 - This list has not changed since 3/22/2017 Non-Approved Bat List
Here is the one page version as of (which is actually 2 pages) Non-Approved Bat list - One page version
If you feel there can be questions about your bat or want to confirm prior to purchasing, here is the link for a posting of APPROVED bats by manufacturer as of 2/17/2020 Approved Bat link
Update from ASA
The Amateur Softball Association of America (ASA)/USA Softball, the National Governing Body of Softball in the United States, in working with Easton Baseball/Softball Inc. (Easton), announced today that Easton is voluntarily removing the following softball bat models from the ASA/USA list of certified bats: SCN1, SCN11BH, SCN1B, SCN2B, SCN3, SCN4B, SCN5, SCN5B, SCN6B, SCN7, SCN7B, SCN8, SCN8B, SCN9, SCX14, SCX14B, SCX24B, AND SCX3.
Other organizations that currently use ASA’s bat performance standards such as the NCAA, NFHS, NAIA, NJCAA may restrict such bats from play in 2016 and beyond.
13th Annual Keri Holbrook Slow pitch co-ed tournament information is forthcoming.Stay tune for updates.
Windham Recreation Park 979 Main St. Willimantic, CT 06226
Food & Raffle
Call (860) 334-5831 for details
All proceeds go to the Keri Holbrook Memorial Fund
Keri Holbrook was a bright and enthusiastic young athlete who had the dream of going to college and participating in sports. Her ambitions and potential were cut short when we lost this wonderful young woman in an auto accident. To keep her spirit, drive, and dedication to school and softball alive, we started this fund. Proceeds will be used to help female high school athletes reach their goal of attending college and also where we can in the softball community. The grants for school may be used for books, tuition, transportation, or for basic daily needs and expenses.
Thank you for your continued support in making this weekend everything it is meant to be - good people coming together to have a great time and celebrating the life of someone that was taken too soon. ~ Cindy Robb & Family.
Keri Holbrook 2012 flyer.pdf