For Softball Players

By Softball Players



The Softball University Collegiate League is the first of its kind! Coming summer 2020 we will have two locations providing the west coast a platform for players looking to stay sharp through the summer, or players looking to develop and take their ability to a higher level. Stats, analytics, and video will be tracked before during and after season so players and college coaches can review progress through the summer season.


The SUCL is for active collegiate players looking to show up ready to compete in the fall, and players who have finished their senior season, but still working toward their dream of playing professionally in the states or overseas.


The league is created and lead by women who have played and coached the game at the highest levels dedicated to providing an organized, professional experience to all players in the league.


8-Week League: 7 weeks of double headers, league tournament in week 8 held at local collegiate stadium.

  • Strength & Conditioning: Complete your summer workouts in dedicated times each week inside our facilities.

  • Open facility: times to throw a bullpen, get in extra swings, or defensive reps available each day.

  • Team branded training shirt

  • Uniforms: Full Uniform, Helmet

  • Opportunity to play for league allstar team at the Canada Cup (International Softball Championships).​​

***Due to COVID-19 we will not be taking an all-star team to Canada this summer.

  • Collegiate Combine: Metrics testing & Scouting day

  • Postgame yoga class!



Our summer league will be held in two of the best summer locations: Beautiful Seattle, Washington and sunny Los Angeles, California. Whether you are coming home for the summer, staying around your college, or want to spend a summer in a new location, we have two locations that won’t disappoint!


Coaches for the SUCL will be vetted as current or aspiring college coaches. Coaches primary focus will be to create an environment devoted to the success and growth of players throughout the summer. Main role of a coach is to empower, support, encourage, reinforce, and provide structure to each team.


Our goal is to provide a professional experience to our league players, and this means playing on college fields with collegiate level umpires. Marketing and promotions will go out to communities in the area to bring in fans to games and we will hold between inning games and promotions to keep fans engaged and coming back each week!


Our goal is to put players in the best position to compete at a high level each week. To keep teams balanced by talent and experience, players will be drafted by position to each team. We will have no more than 4 players per school on each team to abide by collegiate standards set by the NCAA.