The USA Softball of Texas State Office wishes you and your family a Happy New Year!!!
USA Softball of Texas stands in solidarity against social injustice and condemns racism and discrimination of any kind. We fully support the position of USA Softball and feel that all people should be treated with dignity and respect. USA Softball of Texas is fully committed to work toward meaningful change and to be a part of the solution.
Please refer to USA Softball website for more information concerning updates related to COVID-19. USA Softball of Texas is recommending local leagues and organizations continue to follow the guidelines set by the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and your local authorities.
As the State of Texas continues the process of opening commerce back up, our local parks and facilities that have leagues and tournaments will also continue open up and play will resume.
While this will be a local decision on when and how to reopen the season, staff has put together some guidance that we highly recommend to be used by local entities. Below, you will find our Back to the Ballpark policy, Covid-19 insurance Q&A, and a liability waiver form that is recommended to be used.
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, San Antonio, 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.
Rodney Cobb - State Commissioner
NOTE: USA Softball of Texas has a new mailing address:
USA Softball of Texas
102 Wonder World Dr. #304-604
San Marcos, Texas 78666
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.
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