USA Softball All-American Games

Northeast Region 12U Tryouts

The initial tryout has been completed, the 2nd tryout date is Monday, May 29th  

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The Northeast region will create three teams of 15 players and two coaches each. The 45 players and six coaches will be chosen from USA Softball 12U participants from the following states.

  1. Connecticut
  2. Maine
  3. Massachusetts
  4. New Hampshire
  5. New Jersey
  6. New York
  7. Pennsylvania
  8. Rhode Island
  9. Vermont

Please contact Walter Babcock at babcock275@yahoo.com or USAsoftballMA@gmail.com with any questions.

Tryout Registration Form (PDF)

Please mail form to: USA Softball MA, PO Box 1558, Arlington, MA 02474.


USA Softball All-American Games More Information

USA Softball All-American Games Website

The USA Softball All-American Games is a prestigious tournament hosted at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. The All-American Games will provide national exposure to 360 elite athletes (24 teams) in the 12U age division and has been specifically designed to identify and highlight the best athletes from across the country. All participants are invited to attend a skills camp featuring USA National team members and NCAA athletes, followed by a meet-and-greet autograph session.

Thursday, August 17th - Sunday, August 20th
ASA Hall of Fame Stadium, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
3-Games Guaranteed

  • The Event is free for the players to participate (each player will be responsible for their own travel accommodations).
  • Each player may attend as many tryouts as desired and only within the region in which they reside.
  • Each participant will select a primary and a secondary position.
  • Tryouts are open to all players who want to participate that meet the age requirements set by USA Softball.
  • Teams will be announced no later than July 1st.
  • Each team will have two coaches, selected by the JO Commissioners that reside in each of those regions.
  • There is no additional commitment throughout the year (ie- practices). Teams will have a chance to practice prior to the tournament games.