USA Softball


Non-Championship Play Events

The below events are just some of the numerous non-championship play tournaments conducted by USA Softball throughout the season.  To inquire about non-championship play events in your area, please contact your state/metro association.

Established in 2017, the USA Softball All-American Games is a prestigious tournament held at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex in Oklahoma City. Providing national exposure to elite athletes in the 12-Under age division, the USA Softball All-American Games identify and highlight the best athletes from across the country.

Each Region selects teams (30 players and four coaches) to represent their geographical area. Additional at-large selections are given to Regions with highest registration.

Designation to a USA Softball All-American team is one of the highest honors a player can receive and instantly brands the player as one of the top athletes in the United States. Only 360 girls nationwide will have the opportunity to wear the USA Softball All-American jersey at this elite event.

The event is highlighted by an Opening Ceremony that features a meet and greet with USA Softball National Team Members and intense competition in a four-game guarantee tournament and a swag bag for all participants.

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The USA Softball JO Cup is a prestigious event for teams in the girls' 14-Under, 16-Under and 18-Under divisions.  Each age group is represented by 32 of the top teams within each division of play.

The inaugural USA Softball JO Cup began in 2015 and featured 32 teams in the 18-under division and has grown to include a 16-under division in 2016 and 2017 and 14-under division for the first time in 2018. There will be a total number of 96 teams split across three separate age divisions. The USA Softball JO Cup features a five-game guarantee, three pool play games and a double-elimination bracket into a single Championship Game. A blind-draw will be conducted for bracket play with protection given to the first and second-place finishers from the previous year's USA Softball JO Cup.

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