Adult-Women’s Slowpitch

Adult Softball Teams registered with Southern California ASA are provided with basic information on the ASA program, and the rules and policies which pertain to their participation in the ASA program.

While it is impossible to provide all the information you might need during the season, or to answer all questions in the space available here, this will cover those basic issues that you need to be aware of. At any time during the season, the Southern California staff is available to answer any specific questions you might have. Click on the “Contacts” link for a list of staff.

DOWNLOADABLE FORMS

ASA ROSTER | PDF Download

WOMEN’S LEAGUE ROSTER | PDF Download (Not to be used for Tournament)

TEAM REGISTRATION FORM | PDF Download

LEAGUE REGISTRATION FORM | PDF Download

TOURNAMENT SANCTION FORM | PDF Download

COMPLAINT FORM | PDF Download

Southern California ASA uses the TournamentASA site for tournament scheduling. | TournamentASA.com

To enter tournaments, please contact:

Seritha Long
So Cal ASA Women’s / Coed Slow Director
(323)236-7224 coedasa@gmail.com

2012 RULE CHANGES and UPDATES | PDF Download

So Cal ASA Bat Protesting Policy
3/18/2008
The following policy applies to Non Championship Play in ASA and WSL events in Southern California.
Any time during a game that a Manager / Player wishes to protest one or more bats that their
opponent has used in that game, they may do so using the following procedure.

•    Notify the umpire.
•    Identify the bat(s) being protested.
•    Umpire takes possession of the bat(s) and summons the Tournament Director.
•    Protesting Manager / Player provides $100 per bat Protest Fee to the Tournament Director.

The Tournament Director shall ask the bat(s) owner for permission to ship the bat (s) to the ASA National Office for testing. If permission to test the bat is given, the bat owner is allowed to continue playing ASA softball until a decision is rendered as to whether or not the bat has been altered. If the bat is declared legal and it has been destroyed by the testing process, which often happens, SoCal ASA shall reimburse the bat owner the cost of the bat or $300.00, whichever is less. If it is determined that the bat has been altered, the bat will not be returned to the owner and the owner will not receive any compensation. Additionally, the owner is automatically suspended and must appear before a hearing panel with respect to the use of an altered bat.

If the owner of the bat does not permit ASA to test the bat, the owner shall be suspended immediately from ASA and must appear before a hearing panel for possible further suspension.

Southern California ASA and WSL want to do their part to clean-up the altered bat problem in Softball. Should you have any questions or comments regarding this policy please feel free to contact  Gary Bickelman 818-887-0513  valleyasa@aol.com

 For more information on the Women’s Slowpitch Program:

Roberto Garcia

So Cal ASA Women’s / Coed Slow Director

(562) 307-1809