Applications accepted for 2 open ECSA board positions
Two Emerald City Softball Association Executive Board positions are now open. To apply, please send your qualifications and letter of intent to commissioner Frank Pichinini at firstname.lastname@example.org by Aug. 1. Full position descriptions and criteria are available here (beginning on Page 22).
C Division assistant commissioner: The C Division assistant commissioner is the acting liaison between the C Division managers and coaches and the Executive Board. Duties include but aren't limited to attending board meetings, opening and closing the fields, ratings adjustments, scheduling, managing all aspects of the D Select Team and presenting the special needs of the c Division to the Executive Board. The candidate must have played in the ECSA for three years and in the C Division for at least two years. This is a one-year term. (Current C commissioner Bill Justyk has been elected director of competition.)
C Division assistant director of competition: The C Division assistant director of competition oversees player ratings for all C Division players, in addition to participating in all ratings reviews and requests for ratings changes. The candidate must have played in the ECSA for three years, been an ECSA member in more than one division and participated in two Gay Softball World Series as a player, coach or ECSA protest-duty representiatve. (Current C director of competition Brian Slegel will not be returning for the second year of his term.)
In addition, the following individuals have been elected to the ECSA board. Their two-year terms begin three weeks after the conclusion of the 2014 Gay Softball World Series in Dallas.
Director of competition: Bill Justyk
A/B Division assistant commissioner: John Voldal
D Division assistant commissioner: Jon Ericson
Secretary: Bam Mendiola
A huge thanks also is due to Denny Krantz, Joan Holzman, Brian Slegel and Sara Fetters for their contributions to the board.
Fall Ball season under way
The 2014 Emerald City Softball Association Fall Ball season is under way.
The Fall Ball season runs from Aug. 3 to Sept. 14 (no games Aug. 31), with games from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Please note: Because of a change in our web provider, we cannot update the Fall Ball page on this site.
5 inducted to ECSA Hall of Fame
The Emerald City Softball Association is proud to announce that the following five individuals will be inducted to the ECSA Hall of Fame in 2014:
• Sara Fetters
• Dan Haugen
• Chris Larson
• Floyd McIsaac / Changes in Wallingford
• Randy Robison
Inductees will receive their plaques at the ECSA Awards Party, 3 to 5 p.m. Aug. 3 at North SeaTac Park. This event is open to the public, and families are encouraged to attend. Check out the Facebook event invite here.
Congratulations to our new Hall of Fame members, as well as to all of the other deserving folks who were nominated!
9 teams to represent Seattle at World Series
The following nine teams will be representing the Emerald City Softball Association at the 2014 NAGAAA Softball World Series, Sept. 22-27 in Dallas.
Congratultions to all!
Important dates for the 2014 season
Sunday, Aug. 3: End-of-Season Awards Party, 3 to 5 p.m., North SeaTac Park. Free pizza and wings from Romio's, as well as games. RSVP on Facebook. ALSO: Fall Ball season begins. Registration for the fall league has closed. For questions, please contact Fall Ball director Brandon Chun at email@example.com.
ECSA Newsflash now available
All registered ECSA players, coaches and managers periodically receive an ECSA Newsflash email containing league news and updated information.
Haven't received one? Check out PDF versions here:
Questions? Email ECSA secretary Jon Ericson.