Welcome to Pennsbury Softball

Updated Tuesday November 22, 2016 by Demitri Pagonis.

Whether 6 or 16, rec-league, travel clubs, or in between, Pennsbury Softball offers programs and team experiences for all ages and skill sets. Known for fastpitch softball since 1976, Pennsbury has catered to this growing women’s sport by holding to a commitment to superior instruction, continued player development, and opportunities to learn from coaches at the highest levels. Beyond our first class facilities exists a philosophy that the lessons taught through this team sport can manifest into future leaders in our community. Our connection to the Pennsbury Athletic Association underscores our history of instruction for beginners and development at all ages. The Babe Ruth organization heritage offers national structure and a path for the casual softball athlete while providing pathways to tournament play at districts, states, regionals, and beyond. Our long association with the Pennsbury Gems brand furthers the commitment to excellence at the highest levels of the sport. Long known as a center for developing sought after players for collegiate teams, Pennsbury exemplifies passion for softball coupled with a deep appreciation for academic achievement of its top athletes – all prominent attributes for the young women leaders of tomorrow developed on and off the field. So, again, from 8U to 18U enjoy these pages as we present Pennsbury Softball.

 

PAA Softball Guide:

PAA offers the following programs for girls 5-18 years of age and for a range of skill levels. 
 

In-House Program

5/6U and 7/8U (instructional)

9/10U Minors (developmental)

11/12U Majors (next level development)

13-18U Senior (competitive)

 

Tournament Program:

7/8U (annual district team of all-stars each June)

9/10U Gems Xtreme (tryouts in August, district team in June, local tournaments in Spring/Summer)

11/12U Gems Xtreme (tryouts in August, district team in June, local tournaments in Spring/Summer)
 

Travel Program:

10U, 12U, 14U, 16U, 18U Gems (tryouts in August, fees include range of tournaments, year-round instruction)

 

PAA serves families throughout Lower Makefield Township, PA; Yardley Borough, PA; Morrisville Borough, PA and portions of Falls Township, PA that lie west and north of Route 1.

 

In addition, if a child attends a school that is within the defined boundaries of The PAA but lives outside of the boundary, they are now eligible to play here.  

 

Example:

*I live outside of the boundaries but my son attends Charles Boehm Middle School - I am now able to play for The PAA"

Yes, you are now eligible for The PAA and will remain so once you complete a season in the league.