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T-Ball Division (4-6 Year Olds)

Ages:  The league is for 4 through 6 year olds. 

Philosophy:  The T-Ball division is one of the largest and most important divisions in CSLL.  The focus in T-Ball is on developing basic baseball skills, introducing sportsmanship, cooperation, and most of all HAVING FUN!!  No score is kept; the emphasis is on learning not winning.  There are two division of t-ball.  The first is beginning tee ball and is designed for 4 and 5 year olds that are new to tee ball.  These games will be held on Saturday mornings.  The second division is coach soft toss tee ball.  This division is designed for 5 year olds that have played a season and for 6 year olds.  These games are played during the week on either Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday.  See the CSLL T-Ball Ground Rules for more information.

Team Managers and Coaches: Parent participation is one of the keys to the success of any youth volunteer league and coaching is a great way to enjoy time with your child and their friends while introducing the skills essential for children in this age group to help ignite passion for the game while developing the fundamental elements of baseball.  Responsible parents are needed as managers, coaches, sponsors, team parents, and scorekeepers. We are asking for volunteers now to begin to experience the joys of providing young players a fun and lifelong baseball experience. Please sign up as a volunteer at the CSLL website or during registration.

Prior to each Spring and Fall season, we conduct coaching training to review practice techniques and drills to make practices more productive.

If you cannot help, please remember that the coach is a volunteer, so please give them your support.

Equipment: CSLL provides players with cap and game jersey.  Parents will be responsible for player pants, socks, and belt.  The manager of the team will inform parents of the team jersey color and will recommend what color socks, belt and pants to purchase.  In addition, there will be bats and helmets at the field for players to share.  A baseball glove is the only equipment required (preferably small and leather).  Rubber baseball cleats are recommended.  Kids can bring their own batting helmets and/or bat (typically 25 or 26 and no more than 16 oz. in weight).   No composite bats are allowed!

Player Clinics:  Players and parents are encouraged to attend skill clinics that are provided by CSLL to help ensure that players, parents, and coaches develop a clear understanding that the skill development and fundamentals of baseball will be of foremost importance each season.

Team Formation:  You can request a specific coach or a teammate.  Please note such requests during the registration process.  We do our best to accommodate such requests, but we cannot make any guarantees.

Player Notification:  Coaches generally receive their roster by the end of February/early March and will contact each player soon thereafter. 

Rules:  Click here to download CSLL General Ground RulesClick here to download CSLL T-Ball Ground Rules.

Season:  CSLLs Spring T-Ball Season begins in early March and ends in the middle of to the end of May.  Practices will begin earl in March and games will begin in early April.  Practice and Game schedules will be available via the CSLL Website.

Practices & Games:  Practices and games generally last 1 hour.  Practices are held at various fields in College Station including Brian Bachmann Park, Brothers Park, Sandstone Park, Jack & Dorothy Miller Park, Pebble Creek Park, Wayne Smith Park.  All T-Ball games will be held at Wayne Smith Park or Brian Bachmann Park.  There are two division of t-ball.  The first is beginning tee ball and is designed for 4 and 5 year olds that are new to tee ball.  These games will be held on Saturday mornings.  The second division is coach soft toss tee ball.  This division is designed for 5 year olds that have played a season and for 6 year olds.  These games are played during the week on either Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday.  See the CSLL T-Ball Ground Rules for more information.

Field Conditions:  Field playing conditions may be monitored by accessing the CSLL Website or linking to: http://www.cstx.gov/index.aspx?page=2336

Please check the CSLL web site (www.collegestationlittleleague.com) for up to date information.  You may also sign up on the website to receive notifications from CSLL about field conditions, weather delays and cancelations, and other updated information.

 

Junior Minor Division (7-8 Year Olds)

Ages:  Typically this division is comprised of players with ages (as of August 31) of 7 and 8 years old.  In certain instances where an individual has advanced skill and awareness, has reached age 6 by August 31 AND has played at least one Spring season in T-Ball, he/she will be provided the opportunity to be evaluated for playing in the Junior Minor Division.

Philosophy:  The Junior Minor Division commonly fields between 18-24 teams with an average of 12 players per team.  The Junior Minor Division (also referred to as Machine Pitch) division is known for exciting, action-filled games and a noticeable improvement in skills by its players. The goal for our young players at this level is to develop a strong foundation in the principles of sportsmanship and teamwork, and most importantly, having fun learning the fundamentals of baseball.  Junior Minor baseball is an enjoyable transition from T-Ball and an instructional introduction to traditional baseball. Batters are allowed up to six pitches thrown by a pitching machine.

Team Managers and Coaches: Parent participation is one of the keys to the success of any youth volunteer league and coaching is a great way to enjoy time with your child and their friends while introducing the skills essential for children in this age group to help ignite passion for the game while developing the fundamental elements of baseball.  Responsible parents are needed as managers, coaches, sponsors, team parents, and scorekeepers. We are asking for volunteers now to begin to experience the joys of providing young players a fun and lifelong baseball experience. Please sign up as a volunteer at the CSLL website or during registration.

Prior to each Spring and Fall season, we conduct coaching training to review practice techniques and drills to make practices more productive.

If you cannot help, please remember that the coach is a volunteer, so please give them your support.

Equipment:  CSLL provides players with cap and game jersey, baseballs, bats, batting helmets, and catchers gear.  Parents will be responsible for player pants, socks, and belt and glove.  The glove should be the softest and largest the player can handle.  Well broken-in leather gloves work best and will enable the child to catch and hold onto the ball better than a smaller, stiff, plastic version.  The manager of the team will inform parents of the team jersey color and will recommend what color socks, belt and pants to purchase.  Rubber baseball cleats are recommended. 

Players are permitted to bring their own batting helmets and/or bat provided that they meet Little League standards.  NO Big Barrel, composite or softball bats will be allowed during the regular season.   Please visit littleleague.org and search for bat information to get the most up to date policy on approved bats.  At this level, it is recommended that players use a bat length of 27 or 28 inches and a drop of -8 to -13.  (i.e. 28 inches and 15 ounces).

Player Clinics:  Players and parents are encouraged to attend any skill clinics that are provided by CSLL to help players, parents, and coaches develop a clear understanding that the skill development and fundamentals of baseball will be of foremost importance each season.  Information on the dates will be available on the CSLL website.

Team Formation:  Teams are formed via a draft in early February.  Each team is allowed 3 coaches and their children on a team, then the remaining players are drafted in snake format. Requests for specific teams, players or coaches will be communicated to coaches at the draft but may not be honored with the exception of siblings.  Once teams are formed, coaches will contact and inform the team of practice schedules and other essential information.

Rules:  Click here to download CSLL General Ground RulesClick here to download CSLL Junior Minor Ground Rules.

Practices and Games:  Practices are scheduled to start in early March and will consist of multiple practices per week. Games for this division will begin early April and consist of two games per week typically on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday.  All games will be held at Brian Bachmann Park or Wayne Smith Park.  The regular season will comprise approximately 12 games and will finish toward the end of May.

POST SEASON:  CSLL Junior Minors are given the opportunity to participate in an end of season tournament against other teams within District 33.  If your child decides to participate on one of the teams, the season will likely extend into the last week of June.  To be eligible for the tournament, players must live in the CSLL boundary.

Field Conditions:  Field playing conditions may be monitored by accessing the CSLL Website or linking to: http://www.cstx.gov/index.aspx?page=2336

Please check the CSLL web site (www.collegestationlittleleague.com) for up to date information.  You may also sign up on the website to receive notifications from CSLL about field conditions, weather delays and cancelations, and other updated information.

 

Senior Minor Division  (9-10 Year Olds)

Ages: Typically, this division is comprised of players with ages (as of August 31) of 9 and 10 years old. In certain instances where an individual has advanced skill and awareness, has reached age 8 by August 31, AND has played at least two Spring seasons in Junior Minors, he/she will be provided the opportunity to be evaluated for playing in the Senior Minor Division.  Players league age 11 that are not drafted into the Major Division will play in this division as well.

Philosophy: Senior Minor Division is an important step in your child’s understanding of baseball and further development of skills. In this division, players will begin playing traditional baseball with live pitching, base stealing, bunting and all the related offensive and defensive strategies. The diamond used is a 60-foot diamond and the pitching distance is 46 feet. The goal for players at this level is to develop a strong awareness of the importance of performing as a team and developing pitchers, catchers, and outfielders in addition to adjusting to the speed of a more traditional baseball game. Senior Minor baseball is a valuable transition from Junior Minor in fostering individual growth as it relates to team success.  The Senior Minor division commonly fields between 16-20 teams with an average of 12 players per team. This division is closed bases; not allowing players to lead off of the bases.

Equipment:   CSLL provides players with cap and game jersey, baseballs, bats, batting helmets, and catchers gear. Parents will be responsible for player pants, socks, and belt and glove. The glove should be the softest and largest the player can handle. Well broken-in leather gloves work best and will enable the child to catch and hold onto the ball better than a smaller, stiff, plastic version. The manager of the team will inform parents of the team jersey color and will recommend what color socks, belt and pants to purchase. Rubber baseball cleats are recommended. Players are permitted to bring their own batting helmets and/or bat provided that they meet Little League standards. Please visit littleleague.org and search for bat information to get the most up to date policy on approved bats. At this level, it is recommended that players use a bat length of 28 to 30 inches and a drop of -8 to -13. (drop -10 = 30 inches and 20 ounces, for example).

Evaluations: All players ages 9 to 12 need to be present at our evaluation day. TBD. The purpose of the evaluations is to promote a competitive balance between teams. 100% participation of all players is required and you will be notified of the exact time your child should arrive for his/her evaluation.

Team Managers and Coaches: Parent participation is one of the keys to the success of any youth volunteer league and coaching is a great way to enjoy time with your child and their friends while introducing the skills essential for children in this age group to help ignite passion for the game while developing the fundamental elements of baseball.  Responsible parents are needed as managers, coaches, sponsors, team parents, and scorekeepers. We are asking for volunteers now to begin to experience the joys of providing young players a fun and lifelong baseball experience. Please sign up as a volunteer at the CSLL website or during registration.

Prior to each Spring and Fall season, we conduct coaching training to review practice techniques and drills to make practices more productive.

If you cannot help, please remember that the coach is a volunteer, so please give them your support.

Player Clinics:  Players and parents are encouraged to attend any skill clinics that are provided by CSLL to help players, parents, and coaches develop a clear understanding that the skill development and fundamentals of baseball will be of foremost importance each season.  Information on the dates will be available on the CSLL website. 

Team Formation:  Teams are formed via a draft in early February.  Each team is allowed 2 coaches and their children on a team, then the remaining players are drafted in snake format. Requests for specific teams, players or coaches will be communicated to coaches at the draft but may not be honored with the exception of siblings.  Once teams are formed, coaches will contact and inform the team of practice schedules and other essential information.

Rules:  Click here to download CSLL General Ground RulesClick here to download CSLL Senior Minor Ground Rules. Click here for information on pitching limits.

POST SEASON:  CSLL Senior Minors are given the opportunity to try out for selection to an All Star team that will participate in a tournament against other teams within District 33. If your child decides to participate on one of the teams, the season will likely extend into the end of June and possible the middle of July. To be eligible for the tournament, players must live in the CSLL boundary and have played in the minimum number of games required for post season play.

Field Conditions:  Field playing conditions may be monitored by accessing the CSLL Website or linking to: http://www.cstx.gov/index.aspx?page=2336

Please check the CSLL web site (www.collegestationlittleleague.com) for up to date information.  You may also sign up on the website to receive notifications from CSLL about field conditions, weather delays and cancelations, and other updated information.

 

Major Division (11-12 Year Olds)

Ages: Typically, this division is comprised of players with ages (as of August 31) of 11 and 12 years old. In certain instances where an individual has advanced skill and awareness, has reached age 10 by August 31, he/she will be provided the opportunity to be evaluated for playing in the Major Division. 

Philosophy:  Majors is the pinnacle division of youth Little League baseball.  In this division, players will utilize their acquired skills and natural ability to perform on the highest-level stage of Little League Baseball.  Players are expected to be advanced in defensive and pitching skills and equipped offensively to perform well at the plate and around the bases.  The dimensions used include a 60-foot diamond and the pitching distance of 46 feet.  The goal for players at this level is to hone fundamental skills and perform as a cohesive unit in executing strategies at the plate and in the field while comprehending the various aspects of traditional baseball.   This division is closed bases; not allowing players to lead off of the bases.

Equipment:   CSLL provides players with cap and game jersey, baseballs, bats, batting helmets, and catchers gear.  Parents will be responsible for player pants, socks, and belt and glove.  The glove should be the softest and largest the player can handle.  Well broken-in leather gloves work best and will enable the child to catch and hold onto the ball better than a smaller, stiff, plastic version.  The manager of the team will inform parents of the team jersey color and will recommend what color socks, belt and pants to purchase.    Rubber baseball cleats are recommended.  Players are permitted to bring their own batting helmets and/or bat provided that they meet Little League standards.  Please visit littleleague.org and search for bat information to get the most up to date policy on approved bats.  At this level, it is recommended that players use a bat length of 28 to 30 inches and a drop of -8 to -13.  (i.e. 30 inches and 20 ounces).

Evaluations:  All players ages 9 to 12 need to be present at our evaluation day. The purpose of the evaluations is to promote a competitive balance between teams.  100% participation of all players is required and you will be notified of the exact time your child should arrive for his/her evaluation.

Team Managers and Coaches: Parent participation is one of the keys to the success of any youth volunteer league and coaching is a great way to enjoy time with your child and their friends while introducing the skills essential for children in this age group to help ignite passion for the game while developing the fundamental elements of baseball.  Responsible parents are needed as managers, coaches, sponsors, team parents, and scorekeepers. We are asking for volunteers now to begin to experience the joys of providing young players a fun and lifelong baseball experience. Please sign up as a volunteer at the CSLL website or during registration.

Prior to each Spring and Fall season, we conduct coaching training to review practice techniques and drills to make practices more productive.

If you cannot help, please remember that the coach is a volunteer, so please give them your support.

Player Clinics:  Players and parents are encouraged to attend any skill clinics that are provided by CSLL to help players, parents, and coaches develop a clear understanding that the skill development and fundamentals of baseball will be of foremost importance each season.  Information on the dates will be available on the CSLL website. 

Team Formation:  Teams in this division are formed via a live draft following the player evaluation in February.  Each team is allowed only one coach and their children on a team, the undesignated players are then drafted by the coaches.  Mangers/Head Coaches must draft the children of any coach they are wanting to have as an assistant.  Requests for specific teams, players or coaches will be communicated to coaches but may NOT be honored with the exception of siblings.  Once teams are formed, coaches will contact and inform the team of practice schedules and other essential information.

Rules:  Click here to download CSLL General Ground RulesClick here to download CSLL Major Division Ground Rules.  Click here for information on pitching limits.

POST SEASON :  CSLL Majors are given the opportunity to sign up for selection to an All Star team that will participate in a tournament against other teams within District 33 and beyond.  If your child decides to participate on one of the teams, the season will likely extend into July and potentially August.  To be eligible for the tournament, players must live in the CSLL boundary and have played in a minimum number of games during the season.

Field Conditions:  Field playing conditions may be monitored by accessing the CSLL Website or linking to: http://www.cstx.gov/index.aspx?page=2336

Please check the CSLL web site (www.collegestationlittleleague.com) for up to date information.  You may also sign up on the website to receive notifications from CSLL about field conditions, weather delays and cancelations, and other updated information.

 

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION (13 Year Olds)

Ages: Typically, this division is comprised of players with ages (as of August 31) of 13 years old. However, 11- and 12-year-old players are eligible to participate if selected.  

PHILOSOPHY:  In this division, players will utilize their acquired skills and natural ability to perform on the highest-level stage of Little League Baseball. Players are expected to be advanced in defensive and pitching skills and equipped offensively to perform well at the plate and around the bases. The dimensions used include an 80-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 50 feet.  The goal for players at this level is to hone fundamental skills and perform as a cohesive unit in executing strategies at the plate and in the field while comprehending the various aspects of traditional baseball.  This division is open bases; allowing players to lead off of the bases.

Equipment:   CSLL provides players with cap and game jersey, baseballs, bats, batting helmets, and catchers gear.  Parents will be responsible for player pants, socks, and belt and glove.  The glove should be the softest and largest the player can handle.  Well broken-in leather gloves work best and will enable the child to catch and hold onto the ball better than a smaller, stiff, plastic version.  The manager of the team will inform parents of the team jersey color and will recommend what color socks, belt and pants to purchase.    Rubber baseball cleats are recommended.  Players are permitted to bring their own batting helmets and/or bat provided that they meet Little League standards.  Please visit littleleague.org and search for bat information to get the most up to date policy on approved bats. 

Evaluations:  All players ages 12 to 14 that wish to play in the Junior League need to be present at the evaluation day (date and time to be announced). The purpose of the evaluations is to promote a competitive balance between teams. All players who register for Junior League will be placed on a team.

Team Managers and Coaches: Parent participation is one of the keys to the success of any youth volunteer league and coaching is a great way to enjoy time with your child and their friends while introducing the skills essential for children in this age group to help ignite passion for the game while developing the fundamental elements of baseball.  Responsible parents are needed as managers, coaches, sponsors, team parents, and scorekeepers. We are asking for volunteers now to begin to experience the joys of providing young players a fun and lifelong baseball experience. Please sign up as a volunteer at the CSLL website or during registration.

Prior to each Spring and Fall season, we conduct coaching training to review practice techniques and drills to make practices more productive.

If you cannot help, please remember that the coach is a volunteer, so please give them your support.

Team Formation:  Teams in this division are formed via a live draft following the player evaluation in February.  Each team is allowed only one coach and their children on a team, the undesignated players are then drafted by the coaches.  Mangers/Head Coaches must draft the children of any coach they are wanting to have as an assistant.  Requests for specific teams, players or coaches will be communicated to coaches but may NOT be honored with the exception of siblings.  Once teams are formed, coaches will contact and inform the team of practice schedules and other essential information.

Rules:  Rules for this division will be supplied to the coaches and players in this division.

Practices and Games: Practices are scheduled to start in March and will typically consist of two practices per week. Games for this division will begin in early April and consist of two games per week (Monday through Friday) unless there are make-up games. Most practices and home games will be held at Brian Bachmann Athletic Complex. However, some games may be held against other leagues within our district.  Some travel may be required.  The regular season will around the end of May.

POST SEASON :  CSLL Majors are given the opportunity to sign up for selection to an All Star team that will participate in a tournament against other teams within District 33 and beyond.  If your child decides to participate on one of the teams, the season will likely extend into July and potentially August.  To be eligible for the tournament, players must live in the CSLL boundary and have played in a minimum number of games during the season.

Field Conditions:  Field playing conditions may be monitored by accessing the CSLL Website or linking to: http://www.cstx.gov/index.aspx?page=2336

Please check the CSLL web site (www.collegestationlittleleague.com) for up to date information.  You may also sign up on the website to receive notifications from CSLL about field conditions, weather delays and cancelations, and other updated information.

 

JUNIOR DIVISION (14 Year Olds)

Ages: Typically, this division is comprised of players with ages (as of August 31) of 13 to 14 years old. However, 12-year-old players are eligible to participate if selected.  

PHILOSOPHY:  In this division, players will utilize their acquired skills and natural ability to perform on the highest-level stage of Little League Baseball. Players are expected to be advanced in defensive and pitching skills and equipped offensively to perform well at the plate and around the bases. The dimensions used are the same as a full-size baseball field and include a 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. The goal for players at this level is to hone fundamental skills and perform as a cohesive unit in executing strategies at the plate and in the field while comprehending the various aspects of traditional baseball. This division is open bases; allowing players to lead off of the bases.

Equipment:   CSLL provides players with cap and game jersey, baseballs, bats, batting helmets, and catchers gear.  Parents will be responsible for player pants, socks, and belt and glove.  The glove should be the softest and largest the player can handle.  Well broken-in leather gloves work best and will enable the child to catch and hold onto the ball better than a smaller, stiff, plastic version.  The manager of the team will inform parents of the team jersey color and will recommend what color socks, belt and pants to purchase.    Rubber baseball cleats are recommended.  Players are permitted to bring their own batting helmets and/or bat provided that they meet Little League standards.  Please visit littleleague.org and search for bat information to get the most up to date policy on approved bats. 

Evaluations:  All players ages 12 to 14 that wish to play in the Junior League need to be present at the evaluation day (date and time to be announced). The purpose of the evaluations is to promote a competitive balance between teams. All players who register for Junior League will be placed on a team.

Team Managers and Coaches: Parent participation is one of the keys to the success of any youth volunteer league and coaching is a great way to enjoy time with your child and their friends while introducing the skills essential for children in this age group to help ignite passion for the game while developing the fundamental elements of baseball.  Responsible parents are needed as managers, coaches, sponsors, team parents, and scorekeepers. We are asking for volunteers now to begin to experience the joys of providing young players a fun and lifelong baseball experience. Please sign up as a volunteer at the CSLL website or during registration.

Prior to each Spring and Fall season, we conduct coaching training to review practice techniques and drills to make practices more productive.

If you cannot help, please remember that the coach is a volunteer, so please give them your support.

Team Formation:  Teams in this division are formed via a live draft following the player evaluation in February.  Each team is allowed only one coach and their children on a team, the undesignated players are then drafted by the coaches.  Mangers/Head Coaches must draft the children of any coach they are wanting to have as an assistant.  Requests for specific teams, players or coaches will be communicated to coaches but may NOT be honored with the exception of siblings.  Once teams are formed, coaches will contact and inform the team of practice schedules and other essential information.

Rules: Rules for this division will be supplied to the coaches and players in this division.

Practices and Games: Practices are scheduled to start in March and will typically consist of two practices per week. Games for this division will begin in early April and consist of two games per week (Monday through Friday) unless there are make-up games. Most practices and home games will be held at Brian Bachmann Athletic Complex. However, some games may be held against other leagues within our district.  Some travel may be required.  The regular season will around the end of May.

POST SEASON :  CSLL Majors are given the opportunity to sign up for selection to an All Star team that will participate in a tournament against other teams within District 33 and beyond.  If your child decides to participate on one of the teams, the season will likely extend into July and potentially August.  To be eligible for the tournament, players must live in the CSLL boundary and have played in a minimum number of games during the season.

Field Conditions:  Field playing conditions may be monitored by accessing the CSLL Website or linking to: http://www.cstx.gov/index.aspx?page=2336

Please check the CSLL web site (www.collegestationlittleleague.com) for up to date information.  You may also sign up on the website to receive notifications from CSLL about field conditions, weather delays and cancelations, and other updated information.

 

SENIOR DIVISION (15-16 Year Olds)

Ages: Typically, this division is comprised of players with ages (as of August 31) of 15 to 16 years old. However, 14-year-old players are eligible to participate if selected.  

PHILOSOPHY:  In this division, players will utilize their acquired skills and natural ability to perform on the highest-level stage of Little League Baseball. Players are expected to be advanced in defensive and pitching skills and equipped offensively to perform well at the plate and around the bases. The dimensions used are the same as a full-size baseball field and include a 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. The goal for players at this level is to hone fundamental skills and perform as a cohesive unit in executing strategies at the plate and in the field while comprehending the various aspects of traditional baseball. This division is open bases; allowing players to lead off of the bases.

Equipment:   CSLL provides players with cap and game jersey, baseballs, bats, batting helmets, and catchers gear.  Parents will be responsible for player pants, socks, and belt and glove.  The glove should be the softest and largest the player can handle.  Well broken-in leather gloves work best and will enable the child to catch and hold onto the ball better than a smaller, stiff, plastic version.  The manager of the team will inform parents of the team jersey color and will recommend what color socks, belt and pants to purchase.    Rubber baseball cleats are recommended.  Players are permitted to bring their own batting helmets and/or bat provided that they meet Little League standards.  Please visit littleleague.org and search for bat information to get the most up to date policy on approved bats. 

Evaluations:  All players ages 12 to 14 that wish to play in the Junior League need to be present at the evaluation day (date and time to be announced). The purpose of the evaluations is to promote a competitive balance between teams. All players who register for Junior League will be placed on a team.

Team Managers and Coaches: Parent participation is one of the keys to the success of any youth volunteer league and coaching is a great way to enjoy time with your child and their friends while introducing the skills essential for children in this age group to help ignite passion for the game while developing the fundamental elements of baseball.  Responsible parents are needed as managers, coaches, sponsors, team parents, and scorekeepers. We are asking for volunteers now to begin to experience the joys of providing young players a fun and lifelong baseball experience. Please sign up as a volunteer at the CSLL website or during registration.

Prior to each Spring and Fall season, we conduct coaching training to review practice techniques and drills to make practices more productive.

If you cannot help, please remember that the coach is a volunteer, so please give them your support.

Team Formation:  Teams in this division are formed via a live draft following the player evaluation in February.  Each team is allowed only one coach and their children on a team, the undesignated players are then drafted by the coaches.  Mangers/Head Coaches must draft the children of any coach they are wanting to have as an assistant.  Requests for specific teams, players or coaches will be communicated to coaches but may NOT be honored with the exception of siblings.  Once teams are formed, coaches will contact and inform the team of practice schedules and other essential information.

Rules:  Rules for this division will be supplied to the coaches and players in this division.

Practices and Games: Practices are scheduled to start in March and will typically consist of two practices per week. Games for this division will begin in early April and consist of two games per week (Monday through Friday) unless there are make-up games. Most practices and home games will be held at Brian Bachmann Athletic Complex. However, some games may be held against other leagues within our district.  Some travel may be required.  The regular season will around the end of May.

POST SEASON :  CSLL Majors are given the opportunity to sign up for selection to an All Star team that will participate in a tournament against other teams within District 33 and beyond.  If your child decides to participate on one of the teams, the season will likely extend into July and potentially August.  To be eligible for the tournament, players must live in the CSLL boundary and have played in a minimum number of games during the season.

Field Conditions:  Field playing conditions may be monitored by accessing the CSLL Website or linking to: http://www.cstx.gov/index.aspx?page=2336

Please check the CSLL web site (www.collegestationlittleleague.com) for up to date information.  You may also sign up on the website to receive notifications from CSLL about field conditions, weather delays and cancelations, and other updated information.