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Clinics - Camps - Training Videos

Check our website and Facebook pages often for information about camps and clinics for your athlete.  Additionally we will regularly put training videos and clips on the Facebook site.

NGSL Important Dates


Watch here for information about registration dates and other future events


All dates subject to change.


Possibility of playoffs for upper divisions depends on number of teams and interleague agreements.


Snow Elementary - Field Status

Season completed - Closed to NGSL practices and games

Softball History

Facts - Stats - People in Softball History

Check back often to see the updates.  We will try to have new softball information often.

Women's College World Series - History

The Women's College World Series (WCWS) is the final portion of the NCAA Division I Softball Championship for college softball in the United States. The tournament format consists of two four-team double-elimination brackets. The winners of each bracket then compete in a best-of-three series to determine the Division I WCWS National Champion. The WCWS takes place at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. From 1969 to 1981, the women's collegiate softball championship was also known as the Women's College World Series and was promoted as such.[1] During 1969–1979, the series was played in Omaha, and in 1980–1982 in Norman, Oklahoma. The NCAA held its first six Division I tournaments in Omaha in 1982–1987, followed by Sunnyvale, California in 1988–1989. The event has been held in Oklahoma City every year since then, except for 1996 in Columbus, Georgia.

Softball was one of twelve women's sports added to the NCAA championship program for the 1981–82 school year, as the NCAA engaged in battle with the AIAW for sole governance of women's collegiate sports. The AIAW continued to conduct its established championship program in the same twelve (and other) sports. The 1982 softball championship tournaments of both the AIAW and the NCAA were called "Women's College World Series." However, after a year of dual women's championships, the NCAA conquered the AIAW and usurped its authority and membership.[2]


NGSL Board

Board Positions Available

The Newark Girls Softball League has many board positions available and is looking for parents and family members of our players to join the NGSL board.  Additionally if you are a member of the community and wish to share some of your time with our league and would like to join our board please come to our next board meetings to see the open positions.

Volunteers Needed

NGSL is completely operated by volunteers.  From being a Board Member to doing field maintenance to working in the snack shack to coaching, managing or keeping score, the league would not exist without the hard work of our many volunteers.

Anyone wishing to be a team staff member (manager, coach, assistant coach, or chaperone) will need to interview with a league Board Member and submit an ID for a background check.  This may be done at one of our registration events.

Questions?  Email the Board at

Team Formation System

Core teams of up to 6 players may be formed by a team's staff (manager (female), coach, assistant coach, and chaperone (female)).

The remaining players on the team will be selected through the draw system.

Buddy system requests will only be honored for inexperienced players in the 10U and older divisions.  In the 6U and 8U divisions a Buddy may be either experienced or inexperienced.

Newark Girls Softball League

Newark Girls Softball League (NGSL) is a recreational softball league, based in Newark CA, there are no tryouts and no experience is necessary. The 2018 season will be our 46th Season (1972–2001 we were known as Newark Bobby Sox) of providing a safe and fun environment for girls of the Tri-Cities area to learn and play softball. Our league provides softball teams, practices and games to girls from age 4½ to 16 and every girl plays at least two innings a game.

Newark Girls Softball League

Newark Girls Softball League

Newark Girls Softball League

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