Woodstock Little League offers the opportunity for all children ages 4 through 16 to play baseball, learn about sportsmanship and fair play and build new friendships. We are excited about the quality of volunteers we have each year who share a common purpose to provide a positive experience for all those who just want to play baseball.
Important Dates 02/18/2015 Spring is right around the corner and a very busy time for Woodstock...
Woodstock Little League registration for the 2015 Spring season is now open. Please read the information below for more information and registration details. Registrations can be submitted online at http://www.woodstockctlittleleague.org/.
Please register your player(s) in the appropriate division according to their date of birth. This will not necessarily be the division that your player(s) participates in during the 2015 Spring Playing Season. Final player placement will be determined by the WLL Board of Directors based upon the following: (1) WLL Safety Evaluations, (2) Little League Softball and Baseball Age Determination Charts, (3) WLL bylaws for Player Tryouts and Evaluation Scores (Rule 7) and (4) WLL bylaws for Age Guidelines and Division/Team Roster Selection (Rule 8). WLL bylaws can be found under the "WLL Documents" tab on this website. Any questions can be directed to Mike Sampson at email@example.com.
Registration through March 14, 2015 will be $75 per player plus participation in the league fundraiser.
Registrations received March 15, 2015 or later will include a $25 late fee.
Evaluations/tryouts will be Saturday, March 7, 2015 @ Woodstock Academy Field House. Please arrive 15 minutes early to register, players should wear sneakers not cleats. Players looking to play in a new division for the 2015 spring season should attend this evaluation/tryout. In most cases, players will not be allowed to move up if they have not attended at least one evaluation/tryout. If your player attended the evaluation/tryout held last October, they are not required to attend on March 7th, although WLL encourages attending both. Any questions should be directed to WLL Player Agents Adam Leveille (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Brian Murphy (email@example.com).
10 am - 11 am
Minor Softball Evaluations: 7, 8 & 9* yr old girls
11 am - 12 pm
Major Softball Evaluations: 9*, 10, 11 & 12 yr old girls
12 pm - 1:30 pm
Minor Baseball Evaluations: 7, 8 & 9* yr old boys
1:30 pm - 3 pm
Major Baseball Evaluations: 9*, 10, 11 & 12 yr old boys
who needs to attend evaluations?
any 7 year olds who want to be considered for Minors
any 8 year olds who want to be considered for Minors
any 9 year olds new to WLL, new to Minors or who want to be considered for Majors
any 10 year olds new to WLL or who want to be considered for Majors
any 11 year olds new to WLL or new to Majors
any 12 year olds new to WLL or new to Majors
*9 year olds should attend the evaluation for the division they wish to be considered for. In order for 9 year olds to be considered for the Majors division, they must have played in the Minors division for at least one season.
Any returning player that will be playing in the same division as the 2014 Spring season is not required to attend tryouts.The division the player participated in during the 2014 Fall season is irrelevant for 2015 Spring season placement purposes.
2015 League Fundraiser - Spring Drawing
You have the option of selling five tickets ($5 per ticket) for the drawing or buying out of the fundraiser for an additional $25.00. Buying out will give you five entries in the Spring Drawing. This buyout fee is PER PLAYER, NOT per FAMILY.
Registration will close on Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Opening day is tentatively scheduled for Saturday April 18, 2015.
The WLL board members have been meeting every month throughout the winter to plan for the upcoming season. Spring will be here soon and there is still much work to be done. We are always looking for volunteers to help out in any way. Soon we will be having evaluations and teams will be formed. There will be a need for coaches, managers, umpires, concession stand help, field clean-up, and many other opportunities. The dates and times for all board meetings are listed on the website and open for anyone to attend. Anyone interested in coaching a team is encouraged to attend the Big Al's coaching clinic free of charge. See flyer on the website in WLL documents camps/clinics. For more information about volunteering for Woodstock Little League please call, text or email Cheryl Leveille. Registration is now open for the spring season at WoodstockCTlittleleague.org
Auburn High School Varsity Softball Coach Katy Senior and several of her players will be holding 10 weekly Softball Fast Pitch Pitching Lessons beginning Sunday, January 25th, 8am-9am at the Auburn High School gymnasium. Players will learn (1) correct spin and snap techniques, (2) proper body position, (3) correct arm position and perfect arm circle and (4) release and follow-through mechanics. More advanced pitchers may learn up to four different pitch types. For more information, please contact Katy Senior at 508-981-0859 or firstname.lastname@example.org or see the information posted below. The informational flyer can be found by clicking on the "WLL Documents" tab and looking in the "Camps/Clinics" folder.
All meetings will be held at Woodstock Town Hall unless otherwise noted
The league is always looking to get parents and friends of Woodstock Little League involved in ways that make us stronger, and ultimately improve our children's experience. Without our volunteers, the organization cannot thrive. Please consider attending meetings or joining the board.