Roseville Senior Softball is a year-around activity in Minnesota for players of all skill levels. Our league started in 1988 with two teams.
We now have over 360 active players, 4 leagues and 25 teams. Players range in age from 51 to 92.
Our Summer Season (May through September) is played Tuesday and Thursday mornings in Roseville and Little Canada.
Our Winter Season (November through March) is played in the Stillwater Sports Center Dome.
Our leagues were featured on the CTV North Suburban Beat program in the Summer of 2017. Click on this link to view a video clip about our softball experience.
If you are a softball player interested in participating in our league, please contact Terry Mens by email
at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 651-373-9496.
|A League Summer Ball The A League will begin play on May 7th at Pioneer Park in Little Canada. Games will start at 10:00 with hitting at 9:15.
Watch this website throughout the year for cancellations and other league news. Your respective managers will be calling you after April 24th with more specific team information.
[on April 18 by Handevidt]|
|2019 Summer Season The RSSA has continued to grow in numbers. This year we expect to have nearly 375 players participating in our four leagues or divisions (A-B-C-D). Unfortunately, this growth together with the limited number of playing fields available for play, has forced us to adjust the number of teams in each League. In 2019 we will continue to have four teams in the A League playing at Pioneer Park in Little Canada. However, we will now have seven (7) teams in each of the B, C and D Leagues playing primarily at Central Park in Roseville. This means that every league will have one team that has a bye every playing day and that there will be several players moving to the D League to accommodate the increase in D League teams.
Your Executive Committee has reluctantly made the decision to have seven teams in each league even though we recognize that most players would prefer an even number of teams in each league so that they can play every Tuesday and Thursday. Unfortunately, we do not have enough fields available to do that. We are asking several players to move from B to C given the reduction of one team in the B league together with the addition of new players and players coming from the A league. Accordingly, we are also asking several players to move from C to D. We are committed to providing a playing opportunity for everyone who wants to play senior softball and hope that no one decides to drop out because of these forced structural changes.
We continue to look for alternative fields that maintain our social structure and permit everyone to play where they are competitive and comfortable. We also recognize that increasing the D league to seven teams may create competitive and safety issues. We will therefore closely monitor the way in which the leagues progress and make adjustments as needed.
John Remington, Commissioner RSSA
[on April 16 by email@example.com]|
|Nominations I have only received 2 nominations so far.
Don't forget to let me know if you have someone in mind.
[on April 15 by Terry Mens]|
|Preparing Website for Summer Look for many updates as we build teams and rosters and schedules for Summer. Season starts in May.
[on April 2 by Greg Kioski]|
Links to Interesting Internet Info
View CPR instructional video at http://ahsc.arizona.edu/node/730
West Metro Senior Softball video at https://player.vimeo.com/video/323929250