|THERE WILL BE NO DIVISIONS BY DEPARTMENT SIZE THIS YEAR.
THE SOFTBALL COMMITTEE WILL ASSIGN THE TEAMS FOR POOL PLAY ON TUESDAY.
ALL TEAMS WILL PLAY 3 GAMES ON TUESDAY TO DETERMINE THEIR PLACEMENT IN THE DOUBLE ELIMINATION BRACKETS.
AFTER TUESDAYS GAMES ALL TEAMS WILL ADVANCE TO DOUBLE ELIMINATION.
FOR DOUBLE ELIMINATION, TEAMS WILL BE PLACED IN BRACKETS ACCORDING TO TUESDAYS PLAY ALONG WITH THE SOFTBALL COMMITTEE’S INPUT. THERE WILL BE NO MORE THAN 8 TEAMS PER BRACKET.
EACH BRACKET WILL HAVE 1ST, 2ND AND 3RD PLACE MEDALS AWARDED.
ANY COMBO TEAM WILL BE PLACED IN THE HIGHER BRACKETS.
SOFTBALL COMMITTEE MEMBERS: JOE CUNNINGHAM – LAFD, TOM WESTRUP – SJFD, MIKE PERA – SFFD, CORY BECKWITH SDFD, JOHN LAUR – LACOFD
45 and over Division. Teams consisting of members 45 years of age and older. Pool play to single or double elimination depending on the number of entries.
For individuals interested in playing Softball, refer to the Player Pool information.
20 player maximum roster
||USSSA. Courtesy runner.
Bats will be provided by CFAA and are the only bats allowed for tournament playRULE CHANGE: A commit line thirty feet from the scoring line or scoring plate will be used. Once a runner’s foot touches the ground on or past this line, the runner is committed to advancing to the scoring line or scoring plate and may no longer be tagged out. EFFECT: Tag of the runner by a defensive player will not be allowed. The runner will be called safe, the ball remains live and the runner is not required to touch the scoring plate or cross the scoring line. If the runner re-crosses the commitment line for any reason in an attempt to return to third base, he will be declared out and the ball is live.
RULE CHANGE: Non-Force Situation
A base runner may be retired at the strike mat in a non-force situation. The defensive player must have possession of the ball while touching any portion of the strike mat after the runner has passed the commitment line, but does not yet have a foot down on or down past the scoring line or down on the scoring plate.
Crossing or touching strike mat or batters box
The runner shall also be called out if he/she touches or crosses over any portion of the strike mat or the batters box. Ball remains live
Scoring line and scoring plate
A base runner’s foot down on or down past the scoring line or down on the the scoring plate prior to the ball being received by a defensive player touching the strike mat results in the scoring of a run.
|Tuesday, June 26th – Thursday, June 28th
|Each competitor MUST check-in individually for the Olympics at the HOST HOTEL
Competitors must bring Fire Department I.D. to check-in and will be issued an Olympic I.D.
12349 McIvers Ct, Poway, CA 92064
9951 Riverwalk Drive, Santee, Ca. 92071
Mt. San Miguel Park
2335 Paseo Veracruz, Chula Vista, Cal 91914
|$475.00 Team Fee
Plus $50 per participant Olympic Registration Fee