News and Announcements
Little League Baseball is open to children ages 4 to 16 yrs old.
"Little League Age" is determined as follows:
For players born on or before August 31, 2005: LL Age is determined by the player’s age on April 30, 2017.
For players born on or after September 1, 2005: LL Age determined by the player’s age on August 31, 2017
Little League Softball is open to Girls Ages 4 to 16.
LL Age determined by the player’s age on December 31, 2017.
In order to create ther best over all experience and to maximize play time the league needs parents & players to be committed to our programs.
When parents over committ their children to other activities (ie. travel & soccer) it negatively impacts the entire membership. Please do not enroll your child unless you are absolutely certain that he/she can commit to participating in most of the games/practices.
Registrations are taken on a first come, first serve basis.
Please register as soon as possible to avoid being placed on a wait list. Divisions may close at any time due to reaching capacity.
Placement depends upon overall enrollment, roster vacancies and available volunteers.
The system will only permit you to register for programs that are specific to your child's little league age and that are still open and available.
If the program needed no longer appears, it has already reached capacity and has been closed.
Do not register your child for softball if baseball is unavailable.
Players must reside in the Monroe Woodbury School District for program eligibility. A copy of your childs birth certificate and a copy of your MW school tax bill or current marking period report card is required. Electronic copies must be sent in PDF format to: email@example.com
Returning members, If you have forgotten your account password kindly request a reset link. Never create more than one account profile for your child/children or the system will prohibit you from registering and will require parents to re-submit documentation for program eligibility (MW school tax bill and a birth certificate).
Registrations are taken online only, the acceptable form of payment is by Credit Card.
Registration for drafted divisions (players who are LL age 9 +) will close on 12/15/17- Any registration received after will be taken as a wait list player only and is subject to a $50 late fee per family.
Placement on a team will depend upon overall division enrollment,vacancies and available volunteers.
There is no guarantee that wait listed players will be placed onto teams.
Programs are facilitated by parental volunteers who determine their own availability and set times for team practices.
A $25 family discount applied for each child registered during the same session. Two or more players $50 fee - $25 discount = $25 net late fee.
Information regarding roles and responsibilities for volunteers can be found under the coaches link in the menu above.
Please use this link to determine your child's little league age: http://www.littleleague.org/leagueofficers/determine_league_age/league_age_calculator.htm
ALL SCHEDULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
DO NOT ASSUME THE CURRENT SCHEDULES ARE FINAL.
PARENTS SHOULD SIGN UP FOR FREE RAINOUT.COM
ALERTS AND ROUTINELY CHECK THIS WEB SITE FOR:
CANCELLATIONS, RAIN OUTS &, CHANGES.
Please click on the Schedule link above,on the next page you will be able to select your child's division by using the drop down box. Parents can now view each schedule by List, Month, Week or day. You can also export the CURRENT schedule to your Outlook or I-Calendar.
All fees are non-refundable, non transferable and there are no credits issued for any reason.
* Attend your child’s games and be a positive role model
* Be supportive of the coaches, officials and players on both teams.
* Communicate with the head coach only in an appropriate manor.
* Be there for your child, whether successful or struggling for success
* Respect and support league volunteers and Umpires
* Understand that the game is difficult to learn and play
* Work with your child on the basic skills of the game
* Be positive and supportive whether your team wins or loses
* Be a model of good sportsmanship by setting a positive example.
* Never use negative comments to players, officials or volunteers
What does Your Coaching Staff Expect of You:
* To come to and enjoy the games.
* Cheer to make ALL the players feel important
* To allow them to coach and run the team
* Volunteer to offer your services at practices
* To try not to question their leadership and training. All those involved with the game will make mistakes. This includes the coaches and officials.
* Do not shout at coaches, the players, or the umpires. We are all responsible for setting examples for our children.
* We must be the role models in society today. If we eliminate negative comments, the children will have an opportunity to play without any unnecessary pressures and will learn the value of good sportsmanship.
* If you wish to discuss strategies or leadership, please do not do so in front of the players/fans.
What You Should Expect from Your Coaching Staff:
* To be on time for all practices and games.
* To be as fair as possible in giving equal time to all players
* To do their best to teach the fundamentals of the game
* To be positive and respect each child as an individual
* To set reasonable expectations for each child and for the season
* To teach the players the value of winning AND losing
* To never shout at any member of the team, the opposing team, or the umpires. Any discussion must be handled in a respectful, quiet and individual manner.
The rules of Little League vary in some few but significant ways from the baseball you see on TV. Please learn the rules to better understand the game before you complain.
Our league is an organization of volunteers.
Board members,coaches and assistant coaches are NOT paid positions.
Each person involved gives of their time and effort to make a positive experience for all the players of the league.
Board members spend great amounts of time year-round to administer and organize the league. Coaching staffs also spend a huge amount of time in both the pre-season and season for practices and games.
They are giving of their experience and time; please respect that sacrifice.
The Umpires are volunteers, they are not professionals, nor are they perfect. They’re usually just kids or Dads who love and respect the great game so much that they umpire just to be on the field. If we abuse them, they will eventually just go away.
Before you complain - Volunteer to Help
Volunteering to help doesn’t mean you’re giving up your life. There are many small and/or one-time jobs that need to be done both during the season and during the off-season. Give what time you can and that means one less job that needs to be done by others. Contact any Board member or your team’s coaches to sign-up.