FAQs


Q: What is USA Baseball?
Since 1978, USA Baseball has been the national governing body for the sport of baseball. It represents the sport in the United States as a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) and internationally as a member federation of the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC).

Nearly every major national amateur baseball organization in America is united as a USA Baseball National Member Organization. As a result, USA Baseball governs more than 15.6 million amateur players in ballparks and playgrounds across the country.

As the commissioner's office for amateur baseball, USA Baseball is a resource center for its various membership group, fans, and players. USA Baseball is also responsible for promoting and developing the game of baseball on the grassroots level, both nationally and internationally.

Q: Why do USA Baseball jerseys have the American flag sewn on backward on the right sleeve?
Although the flag can be worn on either sleeve, USA Baseball traditionally wears the flag on the right sleeve, and, per military uniform regulation, the star field always faces forward. This gives the effect of the flag flying in the breeze as the athlete moves forward.

Q: What is an international sanction and who must have one? 
A sanction from USA Baseball is required whenever an amateur athlete or team chooses to play baseball outside the country or when an international team is being hosted in the United States. This sanction -- or permission -- is required as stated in the Amateur Sports Act of 1978 and is designed for the protection of the rights and status of amateur athletes who seek international experience. USA Baseball sanctions only amateur players and teams. To protect the amateur eligibility of a team, school or player, check with USA Baseball prior to taking a group to another country, hosting an international team or allowing an amateur player to participate with or against players from other nations. For information on obtaining a sanction (including instructions and prices), please visit USA Baseball's Sanction Application page.

Q: How can I apply for a job or an internship?
All employment opportunities, including internships, will be posted on the USA Baseball Employment page. Please visit this page to receive information on the latest openings at USA Baseball and instructions on how to apply.

For more information regarding Play Ball, please visit www.sportdev.org/PlayBall

Q: What is Play Ball?
Play Ball is a joint initiative from Major League Baseball, USA Baseball, and USA Softball. This initiative highlights the many ways baseball can be played, including outside of traditionally organized baseball leagues and tournaments, ranging from playing catch, stickball and Wiffle ball to participating in skills competitions like "Pitch, Hit & Run." PlayBall.org serves as its online home, featuring coaching tips, parent resources and health and safety info. It's also a resource to find out how to gets kids involved in Play Ball activities and get links to youth-related news and events, plus searchable maps for local community leagues.

Q: What is USA Baseball Sport Development?
The USA Baseball Sport Development team is dedicated to providing all constituents of the game with the resources they need to be successful both on and off the field through youth programs, player development, education, and safety initiatives. 

The following is a list of Sport Development’s priority programming.  At all times our objective is to position these programs in a way so as to transcend the marketplace and have direct connectivity to each other.
   • Coach Certification
   • Fun At Bat
   • High School Baseball Manual
   • Hit and Run
   • Long-Term Athlete Development Plan
   • Online Education
   • Pitch Smart
   • Play Ball
   • Prospect Development Pipeline
   • Pure Baseball
   • USA Baseball Mobile Coach
   • Umpire Certification

Q: How can I become a coach with USA Baseball?
USA Baseball is always looking for qualified coaches and educators to incorporate into its programming. The first assignment for many aspiring national team coaches lies within the amateur events that are used to either develop athletes, such as USA Baseball Camps, or to identify players for our national teams, such as the USA Baseball National Team Championships. Whether you are serving as a scout/scorekeeper at the National Team Championships, a coach in the National Team Identification Series (NTIS) or a Task Force member at the Tournament of Stars, most National Team staff members get their first taste of international competition after several assignments in the aforementioned player developmental or identification events.

National Team coaching candidates should have an extensive baseball background that includes valuable playing and coaching experience. Coaching candidates for Team USA must represent the very best in the United States both on and off the baseball field. As a staff member with USA Baseball, you will be working with elite-level athletes, the development of which is paramount to our mission in the game.

If you are interested in becoming a coach with USA Baseball, please email Play@usabaseball.com.

Q: How do I recommend a player or coach for one of USA Baseball's National Team programs?
Please send all recommendations to Play@USABaseball.com.

Q: How are players selected for one of USA Baseball's Professional Teams (World Baseball Classic Team, etc.)?
   • Professional Team (World Baseball Classic, Pan American Games, etc.) Identification: MLB 25-, non-25- or non-40-man roster players, depending on international rules and regulations for the specific event
   • Primary Identification Events: Evaluation of current and past performances at the Minor League and Major League levels

Q: How are players selected for the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team?
   • Collegiate National Team Identification: Non Draft-Eligible Collegiate Baseball Players (under very certain and limited circumstances, collegiate players eligible for the MLB First-Year Player Draft may also be eligible for selection)
   • Primary Identification Events: Committee

Q: How are players selected for the USA Baseball 18U National Team?
   • 2018 18U National Team Age Determination: 2000 & 2001 Birthdates
   • Primary Identification Events (location): USA Baseball NTIS (Cary, N.C.) & Tournament of Stars (Cary, N.C.)

Q: How are players selected to play for the USA Baseball 15U National Team?
   • 2018 15U National Team Age Determination: 2003 & 2004 Birthdates
   • Primary Identification Events (location): USA Baseball NTIS (Cary, N.C.) & 15U/17U National Team Championships (East or West)

Q: How are players selected to play for the USA Baseball 12U National Team?
   • 2018 12U National Team Age Determination: 2006 Birthdates
   • Primary Identification Events (location): USA Baseball NTIS (Cary, N.C.), USA Baseball 12U Open Development Program (Various), USA Baseball 11U Futures Invitational (Cary, N.C.)

Q: How are players selected for the USA Baseball Women's National Team?
   • Women's National Team Age Determination: Women (16 and older)
   • Primary Identification Events: USA Baseball Women's National Open

Q: What is a National Team Development Program?
In early 2012, USA Baseball introduced the 14U and 17U National Team Development Programs (NTDP). The organization then announced the addition of a 16U NTDP in 2017. Each program will invite up to 40 athletes in the 14U, 16U and 17U age groups to a unique, approximately week-long development opportunity, wherein they will receive instruction from USA Baseball alumni and other sanctioned coaches and instructors. The group of players will participate in competitive, intrasquad games and will compete against USA Baseball National Teams, schedule permitting.

In addition to the instructional opportunity, players will showcase their skills in front of USA Baseball National Team staffs as well as the amateur and professional scouting communities. The program will also cover educational components to provide the athletes with tools that will be helpful for long term development.

Q: How are players selected for the USA Baseball 14U, 16U and 17U National Team Development Programs?
   • 2018 14U National Team Development Program Age Determination: 2004 & 2005 Birthdates
   • Primary Identification Events (location): USA Baseball NTIS (Cary, N.C.) & 14U National Team Championships (East or West)
   • Schedule: 14U National Team Development Program
 
   • 2018 16U National Team Development Program Age Determination: 2002 Birthdates
   • Primary Identification Events (location): USA Baseball NTIS (Cary, N.C.) & 16U National Team Championships (West)
   • Schedule: 16U National Team Development Program
 
   • 2018 17U National Team Development Program Age Determination: 2001 & 2002 Birthdates
   • Primary Identification Events (location): USA Baseball NTIS (Cary, N.C.) & 17U National Team Championships (East or West)
   • Schedule: 17U National Team Development Program

Q: What exactly does "age determination date" mean?
The age determination date is a league or federation specified date that players must be of a certain age in order to be eligible to participate in a particular age group. There is a domestic age determination date and an international age determination date.

Q: What is the difference between the domestic age determination date and the international age determination date?
The domestic age determination date is a fixed date that regulates the eligibility of players in most organized leagues in the United States.

The international age determination date is a fixed date that regulates the eligibility of players in WBSC or COPABE sanctioned tournaments.

The domestic age determination date and the international determination date are not the same.

Q: What is the current international age determination date?
The current international age determination date states your birthday must fall on January 1 or later of a specified year to be eligible for particular age groups. The age a player reaches during the calendar year of the international competition will serve as his competition age.

(For example, if your son/daughter wants to play on the 18U National team in 2018, he/she must be 18 years old or younger during the entire calendar year. If your son/daughter would turn 19 on or before December 31 of 2018, he/she would not be eligible to participate with the 18U National Team because his/her competition age would be 19, regardless of his/her age during the time of the tournament.)

Q: What is the current domestic age determination date?
The current domestic age determination date is April 30 of the current year. The age of a baseball player as of April 30 is that player's "league age" for the season.
(For example, if your son/daughter would like to play in the 12U division of one of our USA Baseball National Member Organizations, he/she must be 12 or younger before April 30 of the current year. If your son/daughter would turn 13 on April 29, he/she would not be eligible to participate with the 12-year-old group.)

Q: Which age determination date does USA Baseball adhere to?
The USA Baseball National Teams must adhere to the rules of international governance as it pertains to age restrictions in international competition. These rules are different than the domestic age determination date for USA Baseball. The World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) and COPABE use the calendar year - January 1 - to differentiate the various age groups for international play.

Q: What are the international age determination dates for each USA Baseball program?
For 2018, the international age determination date dictates:
2018 18U National Team - to be eligible, your birthday is Jan. 1, 2000, or later
2018 15U National Team - to be eligible, your birthday is Jan. 1, 2003, or later
2018 12U National Team - to be eligible, your birthday is Jan. 1, 2006 or later

Q: What was the reason for the change of the domestic determination age in baseball?
The primary reason to change the domestic determination age is so most players on a team will spend the majority of the regular season at the same chronological age as their league age. Currently, more than 95 percent of all local Little League programs start their seasons before May 1.

Under the old regulation, a baseball player who turned 13 in May, June or July of the current year would have been considered league-age 13 for that entire season. That would be the case, despite the fact that such a player likely would have played most or all of the regular season (which generally ends in June) without having actually reached his or her 13th birthday. Under the current regulation, such a player will have a league age of 12 throughout the regular season.

Q: How much research and thought went into changing the domestic age determination date?
More than four years of study went into the decision to change the domestic determination age, along with years of discussions with volunteers at the local level. Input from individuals after the initial announcement of the change also was taken into consideration.

Q: Does this change in domestic age determination mean that one age group will have to "skip" a year and move up sooner?
No, the change in domestic determination age does not mean one age group will have to skip a year. Every player in all divisions will still have the opportunity to have one full season each year at each age group. No player will be forced to "move up" any sooner than he/she would have under the old league age determination date.

Q: Does USA Baseball provide written evaluations of players who participate in National Team Identification events?
No, per USA Baseball policy all scouting information for purposes of identifying and selecting the national teams is kept private and confidential.

Q: What is SafeSport? SafeSport is an initiative created by the United States Olympic Committee to recognize, reduce and respond to misconduct in sport. It includes six categories: bullying, harassment, hazing, emotional misconduct, physical misconduct and sexual misconduct, including child sexual abuse. 

Q: What is USA Baseball doing to adhere to SafeSport procedures and providing its participants a safe environment to compete?
USA Baseball provides multiple stages of vetting and support to all of its employees, coaching staffs, events staff and volunteers. Everyone who works with USA Baseball with our national teams, camps and events completes a comprehensive background check and the US Center for SafeSport Core training courses before working with our athletes. The Core training is a series of 3 courses that teaches what misconduct is, how to identify it and how to respond to it. 

Q: Apart from following the SafeSport procedures, what else is USA Baseball doing to protect its athletes?
USA Baseball is passionate about raising awareness about the SafeSport program and we are invested in providing our athletes unparalleled development and competitive experiences in a safe environment. And to that end, we created Pure Baseball an initiative to ensure the safest possible environment for amateur baseball athletes.

Q: How did Pure Baseball come about? 
In late 2018, USA Baseball launched pure baseball as its zero-tolerance campaign for any type of abuse within the sport of baseball.  Over the course of the last few years, we have seen abuse of minor athletes within the US Olympic family come to the forefront.  Too many athletes went unprotected from predators within their sport, which led to the amendment of Senate Bill 534.  Through SB534 and the governance of the US Center for SafeSport, there are many policies now in place to ensure minor athlete well-being is at the center of each sport.  

Q: What is Pure Baseball?
There are four components of pure baseball:  Reporting, background checks, education and training and minor athlete safety policies. 

Q: What are the Pure Baseball abuse awareness courses? 
While staff and the like are required to complete the US Center for SafeSport Core Courses to satisfy the educational requirements of SB534, USA Baseball has created two of its own Abuse Awareness online courses – one for adults and one for minors.  This course will satisfy the requirement for all baseball organizations outside of USA Baseball and its local affiliate organizations. To learn more about these courses, click here.
 
Q: What are Minor Athlete Safety policies? 
The US Center for SafeSport has developed model policies that need to be adopted by all youth sport organizations.  Where an organization fails to produce their own minor athlete safety policies to limit one on one interactions between minor athletes and participating adults, the model policies the US Center for SafeSport has developed becomes the default and said organizations will need to uphold these policies.  USA Baseball has developed its own Pure Baseball Policies and Procedures and within these are specific minor athlete safety. 

Q: Why does my organization now need to do a background check on me?
Baseball should be a positive and rewarding experience for our youth.  In an effort to create a safe environment within our sport and because it is also required by law (Senate Bill 534), your organization should have a background check policy.  All participating adults that have contact with minor athletes, at minimum, should undergo a background check that searches both the National Criminal Database and the National Sex Offender Registry.  
 
Q: How does my organization use USA Baseball’s background check service? 
USA Baseball and the SafeSport/Pure Baseball department can assist your organization in setting up an account to have all of your participating adults undergo a background check through our system and with our service provider.  Please email bgc@usabaseball.com for more information.   

For more information regarding Baseball ACE, please visit www.sportdev.org/BaseballACE

Q: What is Baseball ACE?
Baseball ACE is an educational program provided by USA Baseball and the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) for any and all individuals who are currently coaching baseball or aspire to coach at any level of the game. 

Q: Who is Baseball ACE for?
Baseball ACE is for all members of the coaching community, regardless of age, level, or experience.

Q: How does Baseball ACE work?
Baseball ACE is a call to action for coaches to learn and grow by interacting with one another, allowing veteran coaches to pass their knowledge and guidance down to fellow coaches with less experience. By encouraging coaches to build relationships with one another and give back to the game, the program aims to unify the coaching community in order to make the sport stronger at all levels. 

Q: How much are Community Clinics?
Community Clinics are free to attend and to host. To find or host a Community Clinic near you, visit Baseball ACE Community Clinics.  

For more information regarding certification, please visit www.sportdev.org/Certification

Q: Why should I obtain a coach’s or umpire’s certification?
A: Certification is an important indicator of your commitment and excellence in a sport.  It can set you apart from your peers when looking to advance in your coaching or umpiring career and pursuing positions in the industry.  

Q: How do I get certified?
A: There are currently three levels of certification for coaches and one for umpires.  Please review the “Coach Certification” page for all of the requirements within each level of certification.  For the Umpire Certification, please review the requirements listed on the “Umpire Certification” page.  

For access to USA Baseball’s many courses, please visit www.sportdev.org/Courses

Q: Are the USA Baseball courses free to take?
Yes, currently all courses offered on the educational website are free.

Q: Do I need a broadband Internet connection?
It is recommended that you view trainings using a broadband Internet connection. If you have a slower connection, the trainings are still accessible but any videos may take longer to load.

Q: Do I need any browser plugins to view training materials?
Training videos may require Adobe Flash Player when being viewed on desktop and laptop computers. Videos will automatically default to a version that can be viewed on tablets and mobile devices that do not allow the installation of Adobe Flash. You will also need a PDF viewer like Adobe Reader in order to view or print your certificate of completion. Certificates of completion may not be able to be downloaded on tablets or mobile devices.

Q: How do I clear my web browser's cache?
Since there are many types of web browsers on many devices, this link covers how to clear your cache on most of them.

Q: How do I download my certificate of completion?
Once you've successfully completed an activity, you can download your certificate at any time by following these steps. Sign in to your account using your email address and password. If you do not remember your password, you can click the "Forgot Password" link on the Sign In page to retrieve it. Once signed in, select "Your Activities".  Any activities you have completed will have a "Download Certificate" button. Click this button to begin downloading your certificate. Please note that it may take a moment for the certificate to fully download.

Q: How do I retrieve my password?
If you cannot remember your password, click on the "Forgot Password" link on the Sign-In page. This will allow you to reset your password and you will be able to sign in again.

Q: How do I start my training where I left off?
Since you do not have to complete a training all at once, here is how to resume the activity where you left off. After you sign back in, select "Your Training" from the main menu. You will be presented with a list of activities that you've previously decided to experience. Click on the desired training you would like to resume and you will start where you left off.

Q: Why are videos are not working due to video api update?
New users should be fine, but users who have accessed any course previously will need to clear their cache.  Directions to clear cache:   In most cases issues your experience can be resolved by clearing your web browser's cache. Since there are many types of web browsers on many devices, this link covers how to clear your cache on most of them

Q: What if I have a specific question that is not answered in these FAQs?
If you have a question that was not answered here, click "Contact" from the main menu and fill out the form that follows to send us a message. We will do our best to get your questions answered as soon as possible.

Q: What if my video has finished playing, but I can't advance to the next section?
In rare cases, a video may freeze up just a few frames before completion. If this happens, back up to the previous section, advance to the video and let it play through again. The "next" arrow should then appear for you. 

Q: Which web browsers and devices are supported?
Supported browsers include: 
   • Chrome 48+
   • Firefox 44+
   • Internet Explorer/Edge 11+
   • Opera 34+ 
   • Safari 7+
Supported tablets and mobile devices include: 
   • iOS 7+
   • Android 4.1+
   • Windows Phone 8.1+

For more information regarding Mobile Coach, please visit www.sportdev.org/MobileCoach

Q: Is there an app for Mobile Coach?
Yes, the click the following links to download the App via Google Play or via Apple.

Q: What devices will the USA Baseball Mobile Coach work on?
Mobile Coach was developed to work on any iOS (Apple) or Android based operating system. As with any technology you should always try to use the latest version of the operating system available for the device to ensure optimal performance of the application.

Q: My login information won’t work when I try to get into the USA Baseball Mobile Coach.

The USA Baseball Mobile Coach App is offered through USA Baseball, therefore the same login information should be used for the Mobile Coach as it is for the USA Baseball’s website. If you are having trouble logging in, please email mobilecoach@usabaseball.com. 

Q: Why should I create a login?
Creating a USA Baseball account will allow you to unlock customizable features of the USA Baseball Mobile Coach Application, as well as other features on the USA Baseball website. 

Q: Am I able to share or send practice plans with my team that I created?
Currently, our app does not offer this ability. 

Q: What do I do if the website is not letting me register?
If you are having issues registering for a USA Baseball account, email sportdevelopment@usabaseball.com and we will get back to you as soon as we can. 

Q: Can I create my own plans?
Yes, you can create your own plans using the drills accessible on the app currently. 

Q: What is included in the Mobile Coach app?
Included in the Mobile Coach app are over 200 different drills in the Drill Library, the ability to create practice plans using those drills, already made practice plans created by USA Baseball and a panel of experts, access to USA Baseball educational courses, a Pitch Smart counter, the LTAD, and more additional resources. 

For more information regarding Fun at Bat, please visit www.sportdev.org/FunAtBat

Q: Who is eligible to receive the Fun At Bat program?
The Fun At Bat program is designed for physical education teachers in grades K-5.

Q: What is the cost for my school to receive the Fun At Bat program?
There is no cost to a school to receive the program.

Q: What do you receive as an approved Fun At Bat program?
Schools who are approved to receive the Fun At Bat program will be given a Franklin Sports equipment kit, digital access to SHAPE America co-developed lesson plans for grades K-5, and a pack of 10 character development books that cover the USA Baseball Championship Principles. 

Q: What equipment comes with the Fun At Bat kit?
The Fun At Bat Franklin Sports equipment kit includes a variety of foam balls, a hitting tee, throw-down base set, foam bat & ball sets, training discs, ball pump and a mesh equipment bag to store all of the equipment. 

Q: Does USA Baseball offer any type of training or professional development?
USA Baseball offers a free, online training course for teachers that is hosted by former Major League Baseball player, Michael Cuddyer. Click here to access the course.

Q: How do I apply for my school to receive the Fun At Bat program?
Click here to create an account and submit your application.

Q: Who do I contact if I wish to receive more information on brining Fun At Bat to my school district?
Please contact us at SportDevelopment@usabaseball.com. 

For more information regarding the Prospect Development Pipeline (PDP), please visit www.sportdev.org/PDP

Q: What is the Prospect Development Pipeline?
The Prospect Development Pipeline (PDP) is a collaborative effort between Major League Baseball (MLB), the Major League Baseball Scouting Bureau (MLBSB) and USA Baseball. The program established an official identification and player assessment pathway for elite high school age amateur baseball players in the United States to all 30 MLB Clubs for the amateur draft.

Q: What is the cost for Prospect Development Pipeline events?
There is no cost. PDP participation is provided at no cost to the athlete.

Q: How can my son participate in a PDP Premier event?
PDP Premier events are invitation only, as players are identified by MLB Club scouting departments and USA Baseball staff. Identified athletes will be notified by USA Baseball to participate in their respective event. Only athletes invited by USA Baseball will be able to compete.

Q: If my son attends a PDP Event, is he guaranteed to be drafted?
No. PDP Premier Events are solely for the identification and evaluation of prospective athletes for USA Baseball, the MLB Scouting Bureau and MLB scouts. Premier events bring Club scouts closer to the athletes than ever before. Participating players are updated within the MLB draft database and assigned their eBIS 2 number. Participating players will continue to be evaluated respective to their draft class as an amateur prospect.

Q: Do I receive anything after participating in a PDP event?
After an event, you will receive a customized Prospect Development Pipeline Player Report containing educational information, amateur resources and post-event evaluation with your personalized athletic assessment. Participating players are updated within the MLB draft database and assigned their eBIS 2 number. Participating players will continue to be evaluated respective to their draft class as an amateur prospect.

Q: What do players wear during PDP events? Can I wear my high school/travel team uniform?
Participating players will be given one PDP shirt and hat to wear during the event. Players are encouraged to bring: white baseball pants, navy baseball socks, baseball belt and any necessary playing equipment while participating.

Q: What are the bat specifications at Prospect Development Pipeline events?
PDP events are WOOD BAT only. Players are expected to bring their own wood bat.

For more information regarding Pitch Smart, please visit www.sportdev.org/PitchSmart

Q: What is Pitch Smart?
Pitch Smart is a joint initiative by Major League Baseball and USA Baseball to help young players reduce arm injuries by providing a comprehensive resource for safe pitching practices. Pitch Smart provides a series of practical, age-appropriate guidelines to help parents, players, and coaches avoid overuse injuries and foster long, healthy careers for youth pitchers.

Q: Why was there a need for Pitch Smart?
Through decades of research, experts have gained insight into the behaviors that put amateurs at an increased risk of injury. In the most recent nationwide study of youth pitchers, research found that youth pitchers were still exhibiting many of these risky behaviors, all of which were associated with increased likelihood of pitching with arm tiredness and arm pain.

Q: What age groups does Pitch smart account for?
   • Ages 8 & Under
   • Ages 9-12
   • Ages 13-14
   • Ages 15-18
   • Ages 19-22

For more information regarding the LTAD, please visit www.sportdev.org/LTAD

Q: Why was the LTAD created?
The Long-Term Athlete Development Plan was created to inform the volunteer and amateur base of coaches in key developmental stages for the long-term health and proliferation of the sport. With the LTAD, training and preparation is a long-term process of individual development instead of the previous short-term outcomes associated with winning. The LTAD tries to stray from the culture of early single sport specialization. 

Q: Why should I follow the LTAD?
With support from Major League Baseball, the LTAD plan is a culmination of evidence-based information from the principal contributor group and input from a leadership group consisting of experts from the medical safety industry, MLB league and club executives, and an advisory group inclusive of leaders from across the amateur baseball spectrum. Therefore, it is highly advisable to follow along with this plan of development as an athlete grows. 

Q: How many age groups are there on the LTAD?
The Recreational Track includes the age groups of:
   • Entry to 7
   • 7 to 12
   • 12 to 14
   • 14 to 16
   • 16 to 18
   • ANY

The Advanced Track includes the age groups of:
   • 14 to 16
   • 16 to 18
   • 19+

For more information regarding Hit and Run, please visit www.sportdev.org/HitAndRun

Q: What is Hit and Run?
Hit and Run Baseball is a joint initiative between Major League Baseball and USA Baseball that provides guidelines for fun, new ways to engage youth baseball players in formal competitive play.

Q: What does Hit and Run do?
The program will serve youth leagues, tournament providers and amateur coaches by providing game modification recommendations focused on pace of play and additional skill building opportunities for athletes that are designed to occur more frequently than traditional gameplay exposure.

Q: What if I want to design my own program?
Whether tournament setting, modified rules for a recreational league, or a custom practice plan to reinforce specific gameplay situations, a unique program can be designed to suit the needs of your athletes. Choose from our menu of options based on athlete age group, tournament structure, and gameplay environment, or choose from a list of recommended modifications from our top contributors.