The high school softball coaches will hold assessments 2/2 in the Middle School Large Gym from 2pm-5pm. Any girl in 3rd grade-12th grade interested in playing spring softball should attend.
2pm-3pm – girls born in 2009 and 2010, and 3rd graders born in 2011 (10U)
3pm-4pm – girls born in 2007 and 2008 (12U)
4pm-5pm – girls born 2001-2006 (14U, 16U, 18U)
Youth coaches may be in the gym during assessments, but will not participate in assessment drills or record scores.
Parents will not be allowed in the gym.
*Girls unable to attend assessments may attend a makeup date if director Corey Sanders is notified prior to assessment date
*Girls who have not contacted Corey Sanders for makeup date or are unable to be assessed due to an injury will be placed on a team based on previous coach's post-season evaluation of skill level from 2019.
How are players selected for Tri County traveling league teams versus In-house Teams? An assessment of all CSCR softball registered players (3rd - 12th grade) will take place annually in February.
What is the player assessment process? On the day of assessments, each player will be assigned a number and given an assessment form. Please see the assessment form below. No player names will be used during the assessment process. Reminder: Participants must be registered for softball through the CSCR web site.
Who assesses each player? The St. Croix Central High School varsity softball coach and one staff member will conduct the assessment of each player. In addition, high school softball players may assist with setting up and tearing down the gym for assessments.
Will a 3rd or 4th player be automatically placed on an Tri County traveling league team if they participated on a Tri County traveling league team the year prior? No. Players will be re-assessed each year and placed on the appropriate team based on skill level.
Will parents be allowed to see their player’s assessment results? Players will be assigned numbers and names will not be used. Assessment results will be kept confidential. If parents have questions about player development, we encourage them to reach out to softball director, Corey Sanders, for direction from coaches.