Final orders of finish are now available for the Indiana ASA State Tournaments .
The bracket is now available for the 18-Under Gold Northern Territory Qualifier scheduled for June 25-27th in Bloomington, IN.
The final orders of finish are now available for all divisions of the Diamonds of the South tournament.
The Diamonds of Central Indiana Orders of Finish are now available.
A new tournament has been added to the 2010 tournament schedule. On July 16-18, Indiana ASA will be hosting the Lift Off to Nationals tournament at Trinity Park in Noblesville, IN. This tournament will be a Northern National Qualifier for all divisions, as well as a qualifier in the 16-Under division for the 2010 ISF Youth World Cup. Visit our Tournaments page for more information about this and all other events on the 2010 Indiana ASA tournament schedule.
ACE Certification (one Coach) and Background Checks (all Adults on field/in dugout) Required for 2010 Championship PlayDecember 17th, 2009
As mandated by the ASA National Board of Directors, each 2010 Junior Olympic Championship Play team (includes all qualifiers and state tournaments) must have at least one coach within the field of play/dugout ACE Certified in order to participate in Championship Play. The ACE Certification includes a background check. It is highly recommended that all coaches associated with JO Teams complete the ACE Certification program in 2010.
Also required for 2010 Championship Play, each adult on the field or in the dugout must be background checked. This includes anyone helping a team warm up on the field prior to or during the game and anyone sitting in the dugout during the game (including scorekeepers).
Click here to start the ACE and/or Background Check process.
The 2010 Indiana ASA tournament schedule is now available. Visit our Tournaments page for additional details on the events for 2010.
The 2010 ASA Code and Rule Changes are now available. Of particular interest are that 16U and 18U can now wear metal cleats in ASA competition, 16U will pitch from 43′, and no college players are allowed to play in 18U Gold qualifying play.