Welcome to SYA Girls Softball
Centreville, Clifton, & Fairfax Areas
SYA offers softball in Centreville, Clifton, and Fairfax in Fairfax County, Virginia. Our recreational league (house program) plays both spring and fall seasons under the Little League banner. Girls from ages 4-16 are welcome, regardless of ability or previous playing experience. Xplosion is our competitive travel program with teams 10U through 18U. Visit our Little League Softball Fees page for all the details regarding age groups, payment and refund polices, equipment needs, etc.
SYA LITTLE LEAGUE SOFTBALL
You read that right, SYA Softball is transitioning to SYA Little League Softball starting this fall. As we work through this change, we will be updating the Softball web site as well as communicating information to all our families. Xplosion Softball will remain the SYA Travel Softball program, so no changes with this program at this time. For Little League Softball, while there will be minimal to no impact with the on-field opportunities and play, the administration of the program will differ as we implement the Little League Softball program. We will offer these divisions: Minors (7-11), Majors (9-12), Juniors (12-14), and Seniors (13-16) all based on player’s age on December 31, 2018. Girls from 4-6 will have the opportunity to play Little League TeeBall with the TB (4-6 [5-6 for the Fall season]) and Coach Pitch (5-7) divisions under SYA Little League Baseball. Registration is now open for the fall season. Click here to register using the new SYA Registration system. Check out the Age Determination Chart for Softball for the fall season. Any questions please do not hesitate to contact Bob Woodruff at email@example.com.
SYA LITTLE LEAGUE SOFTBALL – In Need of Volunteers
For any program to be successful, volunteers are need and SYA Little League is no exception. This starts with the SYA Little League Board of Directors, which will have numerous softball positions as described here. Please consider any one of these positions in support of your daughter’s program. If you don’t have the inclination for the board, then maybe an on-field position like Team Manager or Assistant Coach or better yet, an Umpire. We have off the field opportunities also. Join SYA Little League Softball today! Any questions please do not hesitate to contact Bob Woodruff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WATCH LITTLE LEAGUE SOFTBALL REGIONAL AND WORLD SERIES PLAY
It is that time of year again as the Little League Softball World Series is coming up, with regional play starting on July 21. Watch this online. For more info, click here. McLean Little League is representing Virginia in Southeast Regional play.
SOFTBALL COUPONS AT DICK’S SPORTING GOODS
Supporting SYA Softball for 2018 season, Dick’s Sporting Goods has provided coupons that are valid from March 26th to November 30th. Just go to the link provided below and show during checkout to take advantage of the season long discounts!
Coupon to Dick’s: Softball Season Coupons
SOFTBALL SAFETY MASKS — REQUIRED
As a matter of safety, there has been a change in SYA Softball’s equipment policy.
Softball face masks will be required in order to play
This policy applies to all age groups. If you have any questions, please reach out to:
Softball Commissioner Bob Woodruff — email@example.com
Example of a face mask is available at this link at Amazon: Amazon
PET POLICY — Not Allowed on School Grounds
There are three Fairfax County ordinances prohibiting pets (i.e., dogs) from all Fairfax County school grounds. There are health notices on all FCPS school grounds asking pet owners to NOT bring their pets on school grounds.
Please do not bring your pets to ANY school fields.
FAIRFAX COUNTY/REGIONAL PARK AUTHORITY PARKS:
It must be on a leash, must remain AT LEAST 15 feet from the field at all times (NEVER to be on the field), controlled by someone that can restrict its movements (i.e. not a child), and any waste must be cleaned up and taken with you.
We prefer that you would NOT bring your pet to any soccer fields. We have had many complaints from concerned parents. While most people are responsible, even the best of dogs will had a bad day.
Because of the number of people who visit the fields, and local health codes, please consider leaving your pet at home while attending soccer games.