Softball Skill Level Definitions

Skill Level Definitions

Level 1 - Beginner - Players at this level will be at the complete beginner stage, having little or no softball/baseball experience.

Level 2 - Beginner to Intermediate - Players at this level will have some softball/baseball experience but are rusty or limited skill level and uncomfortable feilding every position.

Level 3 - Intermediate - Players at this level have experience playing softball/baseball, at a recreational level and are comfortable at most positions in the field.

Level 4 - Intermediate to Advanced - Players at this level will have played organized softball/baseball for multiple years and comfortable at almost every position.

Level 5 - Advanced - Players at this level will have played softball/baseball many years, are comfortable playing at a competitive league/level, are in good athletic shape and can field any position on the field.

Level 6 - Elite - Players at this level have played competitive softball/baseball for most of their lives, have high skill level both batting and fielding and are in the prime of their athletic lives.

Note: These are simply guidelines as players develop at different paces. Please respect others and rate yourself appropriately so rosters can be created evenly. Teams could be made of a wide range of skill. We encourage more advance players to encourage less skilled/new players and include them in the game.