USA Softball of Tennessee is a 501-C4 non-profit affiliate of USA Softball, the National Governing Body of Softball. USA Softball of Tennessee offers the following services: registration and insurance plans for leagues, teams, individuals, and umpires. We also offer JO player clinics, umpire clinics and schools and we conduct invitational, state and national qualifying tournaments in both, slow-pitch and fast-pitch for men, women and youth girls and boys teams.
The 2021 USA Softball of Tennessee Annual Meeting & Hall of Fame Ceremonies are scheduled for Johnson City on December 3-4. Meetings will be held on Friday starting at 5:30pm EST and Saturday at 8:00am at Memorial Park Community Center at 510 Bert Street Johnson City, Tennessee 37601. The highlight of the weekend will be the 2020/2021 Hall of Fame Banquet scheduled for Saturday starting at 6:00pm EST. Due to the pandemic, both the Class of 2020 and the Class of 2021 will be inducted. The ticket order form is attached below. The Doubletree by Hilton will be the Host Hotel.
Phone Reservations- Guests can call us at 423-929-2000 and request a room with the USA Softball Annual Meeting group.
Web Reservations- Guests can make their reservation using this group web link-https://doubletree.hilton.com/en/dt/groups/personalized/T/TRIDTDT-USM-20211203/index.jhtml
Guests must make their reservations before 11/20/2021.
USA Softball of Tennessee announced today the following individuals who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame in December 2021 in Johnson City. Due to the pandemic, the Class of 2020 will be inducted alongside the Class of 2021. Those to be honored include: Jacky Cagle, East Ridge - Sam Cardwell, Lebanon - R. Lane Easterly, Nashville - Danny Evins, Lebanon - Allen Grisham, Athens - Calvin Harrison, Hixson - Ray Hudgens, Ooltewah and Eddie Litton, Goodlettsville.
The 2022 JO season begins September 1st. Click this link to purchase insurance and get registered (including sanctioning) for the 2022 Season. If you need assistance getting set up, contact Tina Gale 423 914-7581.
USA Softball, together with the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), is committed to enabling a safe environment for participants involved in USA Softball. As the National Governing Body of Softball under the USOC, USA Softball is required to communicate information to its members regarding SafeSport, and the importance of this matter. To this end, it has developed a SafeSport Strategy for the attention of all National Office Staff, National Teams, Local Association Officials and other members of USA Softball.
DUDLEY - OFFICIAL SOFTBALL OF USA SOFTBALL OF TENNESSEE
IF YOUR TEAM WOULD LIKE TO PLACE AN ORDER, PLEASE EMAIL TINA GALE AT email@example.com.
The cost is $55 plus shipping (these can also be picked up at our local tournaments to avoid shipping charges).
The USA Softball Board of Directors of Tennessee passed the following qualifying process for all Girls Class A teams starting with the 2022 season which begins on September 1, 2021.
ALL TN teams playing in ANY USA Class "A" National Tournament must complete all of the following steps before approval will be given to play in any National Tournament:
A team must register with the local association in which the greatest number of its’ players reside, and this number must be retained for the remainder of the season. IE--if your team is based out of TN but the majority of your players' addresses are in KY, then your team would need to register in KY. If your team plans to play Championship level events (state, nationals, etc) then your team would follow KY qualification process and gain approval from the KY State Commissioner).
EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 In order to comply with the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017, starting the 2021 season, all players 18 or 19 years old participating in any JO play will be required to complete Safe Sport. In addition; all JO coaches and all umpires working JO play are also required to successfully complete this training.
The new online form is available under the Umpire Program tab.
For the 2020 USA Softball Fast-pitch Rule Changes, click here> https://www.usasoftballoftennessee.org/2020rulechanges
Individuals interested in becoming an umpire for the 2022 season should contact their local District UIC (listed in the Directory) or contact the State UIC, Ed Rowe at firstname.lastname@example.org. Training and instruction as well as insurance coverage is provided with your registration.
USA Softball of Tennessee State Commissioner
USA Softball of Tennessee State Umpire-In-Chief
Phone: 423 355-3002