Livermore Girls Softball welcomes all Livermore girls ages 5-18, no experience necessary. For more information, see our frequently asked questions or email us at the address below.
LGSA Board Nominations
Board of Directors
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.
SMOKE is the name of LGSA's travel ball organization. At the beginning of May, SMOKE holds tryouts to form travel teams that will participate in several tournaments over the summer, including our own Memorial Day tournament in Livermore.
Informational Meeting for Parents & Players
SMOKE will hold an informational meeting on Wednesday, April 23rd, 7:30-9pm in the Joe Michell Multi-Purpose Room. All parents interested in learning more about travel ball are invited to attend. If there's any possibility that your player might try out for SMOKE, you and your player must attend this meeting so that she can get fitted with uniform samples.
Here is the schedule for SMOKE tryouts:
Friday May 2
Sunday May 4
Players only need to attend one of these events. Age groups are based on the player's age as of January 1, 2014.
If you have any questions about SMOKE, please contact
Jayden Morton (8U): "Jayden has been a great teammate and player this season. Last week, she pitched four innings and struck out eight with no coach pitch! On defense, she made a play at shortstop and threw to third base for an out. At the plate, Jayden had four nice hits."
Keana Castro (10U): "During Keana's three innings of pitching, she struck out 8 of the 17 batters she faced. She only gave up six hits and only allowed five runs to score. On offense, Keana went 3 for 3, with two doubles, one single, three stolen bases, and two RBIs in a winning effort."
LGSA determines the status of Joe Michell and Smith
LARPD determines the status of Altamont Creek and Ernie Rodrigues
Final determinations for weekdays will be posted by 3pm here on the league web site and on Facebook. After 3pm, it's a game-time decision made by the Middle School/10U umpires, or by the managers if no umpires are present.
For the safety of our players, everyone that wants to help on the field or in the dugout during practices or games must have a background check. To help LGSA cover some of the expense of a background check, there is a $20 fee per person.
To get started:
First you'll need an LGSA account. If you have a player in the league, you or your spouse should already have an account. See Account Help for tips on logging into your account.
If you don't have a player in the league and need an account, you'll be able to create one during registration.