Each local league serves a specific geographic area. Players should live or attend school within the league's boundaries. To find your league, enter your place of residence or your child's school address in the league finder below.
Teams are formed via an electronic snake draft. Each team is allowed 2 coaches and their children on a team, then the remaining players are evenly distributed across the teams by age. Requests for specific teams, players or coaches will not be honored with the exception of siblings. Once the teams are formed, your coach will contact you and inform you of practice schedules and other essential information. Teams may add up to 2 additional coaches from parents on the team once teams are formed.
Senior Minor and Up (Ages 9-16)
Teams are formed via an electronic snake draft following player evaluations/skills assessments. Teams are formed based on the composite scores from the evaluation. All data from the skill evaluations will be entered by skill and will end with a single composite numeric score for each player. Player scores will be placed in rank order from highest to lowest and separated by league age. This information is confidential and not shared with players or parents of players. Each team is allowed 2 coaches and their children on a team, the undesignated players are then drafted electronically. Requests for specific teams, players or coaches will not be honored with the exception of siblings. Once the teams are formed, your coach will contact you and inform you of practice schedules and other essential information. Teams may add up to 2 additional coaches from parents on the team once teams are formed.
What is the League's Refund Policy?
Prior to Assessments: 100%
Post player assessments: 0%
Please note: Before teams are announced and the season starts, the league has already put a lot of work and thought into each player. Teams are assigned fairly based on skills assessments or age, depending on the division. Players quitting after teams have been announced is not fair to the rest of the players on their team - each player has a role and is an integral part of their team. In addition, league volunteers have to spend time processing refunds and dealing with the repercussions of players quitting. Please consider the teammates and volunteers before making the decision to quit!
What Uniform Items are Provided by the League?
Players will receive a Dri Fit Shirt and matching cap. You will need to purchase socks, belt, pants and cleats. Coaches will let you know what color pants, socks and belt.
Player’s jerseys will have sponsor name and number on the back. The league will assign number
How Often Do Teams Practice & Play Games?
Most teams will practice twice per week pre-season. Teams will each play at least 12 games - usually 2 games per week once the season starts. Sr. Minor & Major teams may play up to 18 games. T-Ball teams will each play at least 10 games - usually 1 practice per week and 1 game per week once the season starts.
Sr. Minor and Major Divisions will have an end of season tournament to determine Division Champions. The tournament will be double elimination and seedings for the tournament will be based on standings.
Where are Games Played?
Games played at Bob Bond Park (1700 East 25th St., Bryan, TX 77802) for T-Ball through Majors
Most games played at Bob Bond Park (1700 East 25th St., Bryan, TX 77802) for Intermediate through Seniors. These divisions typically play games against other teams in our area.
What Equipment do I Need?
Players will need to provide their own gloves, and cleats; helmet and bat if desired (all bats and equipment must meet National Little League policies).