Use the Master Schedule to see all of the games being played for the week, or click here to show the schedule for just one team.
T-Ball & 7U
The season for T-Ball & 7U teams ends by Friday May 8th. Teams will be able to pick up their trophies after the season is over and pass them out at their team party.
Playoffs start on Saturday May 9th for teams in 8U through Middle School. We're still tweaking the playoff schedule but we'll post it soon.
The final games of our 2015 Spring Rec season take place on Saturday May 16th at Joe Michell. The league will not be having an official closing ceremony/parade this year, but everyone is welcome to come out and watch the championship games. Teams in any age group can also hold their end-of-season party at Joe Michell that day.
Congratulations to our Players of the Week! Click here to see the complete list for the whole season.
Zoey Weed (T-Ball): "Zoey did a great job on Saturday's game. She was 3 for 3 at bat with 3 singles. She also did great in the field, stopping every ball that came her way. Zoey really stood out and played well even after a week without any games or practice. She was the first one on the field every inning ready to go... Zoey is a great kid and always has a smile on her face. I can always count on her to listen to direction and try her best. Keep it up Zoey!!"
Jordynn Booe (7U): "In 3 games this week, Jordynn was 8 for 8 with 2 hard hit doubles! She was also able to record 3 consecutive strikeouts with this being only her 4th time pitching this season. Jordynn has taken the time and made the effort to improve her skills week after week and her pitching performance just showed how hard work does payoff. We are very proud of you Jordynn!"
Alexis Traynor (8U): "Alexis is very high energy and it definitely motivates the entire team during our games. Alexis is always cheering for her team while up to bat and when in the field. During this past week's games, Alexis went 2-4, with a single and RBI. But what is impressive to me, is that the 2 hits were off the player pitcher. Alexis also made an incredible play during one game, when she fielded a hard hit ground ball to her left and threw the runner out at first base. It is a pleasure to coach Alexis and I hope she continues to excel in softball!"
Caylie Natsch (9U): "Caylie has been a great player for the Pink Ladies. She always comes to practice & games with a smile on her face. Her hitting has really improved over the course of the season. Her biggest strength is her pitching. She takes the mound with a quiet confidence. She has pitched numerous 1,2,3 & shut out innings this year, leading her team to victory. She works hard & always cheers on her teammates. She is a TRUE team player. Caylie has earned player of the week for her continued dedication to the Pink Ladies all season long !!!"
Kate Hankins (10U): "In our only game this week, Kate went 2 for 2 with 2 singles, and an RBI, later crossing home for another run. But her excellent hitting isn't the reason for this nomination. Kate is usually our starting pitcher. She didn't feel quite up to pitching that day, so the coach used two of our other pitchers that day. As always, I was amazed by her cheerful disposition, contagious positive attitude, and her genuine support of the other pitchers on the team. She cheered and encouraged the other two pitchers with sincere praise, and on more than one occasion ran over from first to give the pitcher a hug after a strike out. Her positive attitude is such an asset to our team!"
Jessica Akins (MS): "This is Jessica's first year ever playing softball. She was timid and nervous when she showed up for her first practice. She was eager to learn, too. She listened to everything her coaches said, and followed through with everything they asked her to do. It just seemed to click with her. Now, she catches fly balls and picks up grounders like a veteran. There is one play that sticks out though. She was playing center field and a line drive was hit out to her. It dropped in front of her and she picked it up without even thinking and threw it to second base, getting the runner out! All her hard work had paid off!! Congrats, Jessica!! Your teammates are very proud of you, as well as your coaches!!"
LGSA's Board of Directors serves from July 1 to June 30. Every year we collect nominations from league members for all board positions, vote for elected positions if necessary, and fill the board with people motivated to ensuring Livermore girls have a fun, positive experience playing softball.
If you know someone that you think would be a good fit for the LGSA Board, please use the link below to submit a nomination. The nomination form also includes brief descriptions of the board positions.