USA Softball of Texas is an affiliation of USA Softball, the National Governing Body of softball. We are one of 68 associations in the United States. USA Softball of Texas is the area of Texas not located in the geographic area of Dallas/Ft. Worth and Houston. These are called "metro" areas and each has its own organization that is responsible for the USA Softball operation in that metro area.
USA Softball of Texas is divided into Districts and each district has a District Commissioner that has total responsibility for the district assigned to them. Each of these District Commissioners may in turn appoint other district personnel such as Deputy District Commissioners, District Youth Commissioners, District Umpire-in-Chiefs, etc, to assist them in administering the USA Softball of Texas programs.
USA Softball of Texas is comprised of a State Commissioner, Deputy State Commissioner, State Youth Commissioner, State Umpire-in-Chief, and At-Large Player Representatives. The majority of these people make up the USA Softball of Texas Executive Committee. Voting members of USA Softball of Texas consists of District Commissioners, Deputy District Commissioners, and District Youth Commissioners.
USA Softball of Texas conducts state-wide meetings every January and October. During these meetings the voting members establish rules, guidelines, bid and award state tournaments, and conduct other pertinent business matters that allow USA Softball of Texas to be a success. The January meeting is dedicated to training ourselves to operate our program more efficiently.
OKLAHOMA CITY – A milestone is fast approaching for USA Softball, the National Governing Body of Softball in the United States, as it celebrates its 90th anniversary since its formation in 1933. Organized to provide softball with the solidarity and foundation it needed to grow and develop across the country, USA Softball’s network of associations have enhanced the sport across all 50 states with a membership of nearly one million players, coaches and umpires while also fielding six National Teams for international competition including World Championships, Pan American Championships and the highly touted Olympic Games.
The milestones achieved over the last 90 years are a testament to USA Softball members across all its associations and National Teams. The story of who USA Softball was, is and aspires to be is within those who choose to Play USA Softball. Whether as an athlete, coach, umpire or fan, USA Softball celebrates all who have contributed to 90 years of growing and developing the game across the country.
In celebration of USA Softball’s 90-year anniversary, the organization has launched a 90th anniversary logo. The logo highlights the foundation the was laid in 1933 with the use of the original ASA logo while tying in modern elements of the current USA Softball brand to resemble the organization’s evolution over time.
Follow the hashtag #WeAreUSAS90 across all USA Softball social media platforms in honor of highlighting the milestones of not only the organization, but also, its members throughout the last 90 years.
USA Softball of Texas is honored and proud to announce that Troy Canaba will serve as the Director of Player Development for USA Softball of Texas.
Troy will guide the All-American 12u program, our High Performance program, our College Showcase events and other development programs for the players in the state.
Troy is the current head softball coach at Sul Ross University and has worked for the past 3 years with USA Softball of Texas with youth programs and camps throughout Texas and assisted with the USA Women’s Olympic teams tour through Texas.
“We are extremely lucky to find a person of Troy’s caliber to run our player development program. His experience speaks for itself, but his enthusiasm is infectious and you just need to be around him for a few minutes to understand that. He will be a huge asset to our program. I look forward to working with Troy and seeing what he can bring to our program” said Rodney Cobb, Texas State Commissioner.
102 Wonder World Dr. #304-604
San Marcos, Texas 78666
2090 N. IH 35 Suite #5101
New Braunfels, Tx. 78130
Office - (830)-609-9851
Rodney Cobb - State Commissioner