The Mt. Lebanon Girls Softball Association is a non-profit organization committed to providing girls the opportunity to play softball as an organized recreational activity and in promoting good sportsmanship in all association sponsored activities. Through the efforts of our many volunteers, we sponsor programs in both fast and slow pitch softball. In recent years we have expanded both programs to cover all school aged girls in Mt. Lebanon.
Slow pitch programs begin with instructional leagues for girls in 1st and 2nd grade and continue through high school. All leagues are "in-house" leagues where all teams consist of girls from only Mt. Lebanon.
If you have a question or would like to become involved with the association use the link below to contact us.
Chuck Bachorski (Slow Pitch)
Frank Badolato ( Fast Pitch)
1st Grade Director - Dale Elder
2nd and 3rd Grade Director - Dale Elder
Junior League Directors - Dave Bindseil and Tracy Delvaux
Senior League Directors - John Rambo and Joe Carini
Major League Directors - Rich Sacco and Joe Carini
Director of Umpires - Mark Cooke
Fast Pitch Director - Frank Badolato
Dear Parents and Coaches,
Mt. Lebanon Girls Softball Association is a member of the "Positive Coaching Alliance". This alliance is part of a national organization and the local Mt. Lebanon Youth Sports Alliance. The purpose is to help coaches do a better job of using sports to build character in young athletes. This was not the result of any problems in our activities, but rather as an effort to maintain and improve what is already an excellent program. Based on last year’s results and feedback, we are even more committed to making "positive coaching" an integral part of our association.
We have placed in writing what our expectations are for the players, coaches and parents during the season. These expectations are contained in three documents, one for the player, one for the coaches and assistant coaches and one for the parents or guardians. All are available at registration, from your league officers and on this website. See forms below.
The players are asked to "honor the game" by showing respect for the rules of the game, opponents, officials, teammates, the game’s tradition and coaches. The coaches are asked to be a "positive coach", not a "win-at-all-costs coach". We expect the coach to want to win, but just as importantly we want them to help the players to use sports to learn the "life lessons" that will help them be successful long after they stop playing. We ask the parents to honor the game, to give positive feedback to all involved and to reinforce our definition of a "winner" as someone who makes maximum effort, continues to learn and improve and does not allow mistakes or the fear of making mistakes stop them.
The coaches sign the coach’s guide showing their agreement to act in accordance with these principles. Coaches will review the player’s code of conduct with each player. Parents are also requested to review, sign and return the parent’s pledge.
Please show your support for what we feel is an excellent program. With your help we can make this upcoming season another "positive" experience for everyone involved.
Mt. Lebanon Girls Softball Association
With the help of the Mt. Lebanon Sports Alliance and as part of the Character in Community program in Mt. Lebanon, a group of community volunteers has formed the Positive Coaching Alliance. Affiliated with the national Positive coaching Alliance, this group is committed to improving the quality of the sports programs in the area by redefining the definition of a winner in sports. A winner should no longer judge solely by wins and losses, but also by making a maximum effort, learning and improving and no letting mistakes or the fear of making a mistake stop them. The alliance works with coaches, parents and parents to make this possible. Mt. Lebanon Girls Softball is committed to using this approach in all its programs. More information on this program can be found at www.positivecoach.org on the internet.
In providing opportunities for girls to play softball, the need for adequate facilities is also essential. The Mt. Lebanon Sports Alliance was formed from among the various youth sports groups in Mt. Lebanon "to help improve and establish athletic facilities for the youth of Mt. Lebanon; to assist in any preliminary studies and plans that need formulation of said objectives; to assist in both the funding and administrative processes to that end; to provide educational opportunities for coaches, parents and players that would improve the playing environment." The alliance has helped fund many improvements in the recreational facilities within Mt. Lebanon as well as assisting in the maintenance of those facilities. Mt. Lebanon Girls Softball has been an active member of this alliance since its conception.
The 2013 Mt. Lebanon Girls Softball Boosters
|Bashaw Family||Bindseil Family||Brubaker Family|
|Connell Family||Delvaux Family||Envela Family|
|Gbur Family||Gladden Family||Herring Family|
|Klug Family||Kogan Family||Maselko Family|
|McEwen Family||Meyer Family||Pavlick Family|
|Silverman Family||Squatriglia Family||Van Deusen Family|
|West Family||Williams Family||Yohe Family|
|Albenze Family||Bolt Family||Cahalane Family|
|Coyne Family||Giron Family||Hasley Family|
|Keane Family||Lackner Family||Lauver Family|
|Mackin Family||Mandelblatt Family||Matthis Family|
|McAdoo Family||McNulty Family||Mt. Lebanon
|Pratt Family||Repcheck Family||Watson Family|
|Bolt Family||Bruni Family||Buerger Family|
|Byrne Family||Cain Family||Chamberlin Family|
|Chiappetta Family||Christ Famil||Christie Family|
|Cloherty Family||Cohen Family||Collins Family|
|Connelly Family||Conte Family||Cooper Family|
|Cusick Family||Damron Family||Deems Family|
|DeRiso Family||Dietrick Family||Dietz Family|
|Digirolamo Family||Doichev Family||Doncour Family|
|Donehue Family||Ellis Family||Eskew Family|
|Eson Family||Fish Family||Friedrich Family|
|Fuellhart Family||Garlitz, Margaret||Garofoli Family|
|Gelblum Family||George Family||Goodin Family|
|Gorecki Family||Hagins Family||Halushka Family|
|Haslett Family||Heim Family||House Family|
|Jones Family||Kearns Family||Kenney Family|
|Kish Family||Kovalan Family||Krepp Family|
|Leibow Family||Longo Family||Malezi Family|
|Marinelli Fami||Maselko Family||McCauley Family|
|McGhee Family||McGuffey Family||McKiernan Family|
|Menand Family||Meta Family||Morello Family|
|Morris Family||Mustian Family||Myers Family|
|Neft Family||Newman Family||Nusbaum Family|
|Orelli Family||Patak Family||Paul Family|
|Pearce Family||Perveiler Family||Pilarski Family|
|Pillion-Gardner Family||Pittler Family||Pituch Family|
|Primm Family||Rabeneck Family||Renton Family|
|Rimmel Family||Ritenour Family||Salib Family|
|Salvante Family||Sambolt Family||Schackner Family|
|Schwartz Family||Silverman Family||Slater Family|
|Sloan Family||Snyder Family||Spector Family|
|Spikula Family||Stanton Family||Stewar Family|
|Stoehr Family||Taback Family||Vujevich Family|
|Walker Family||Warren Family||Welling Family|
|Wertz Family||Westwood Family||Williams Family|
|Wolf Family||Yaremcho Family||Ziegler Family|
|Bosch Family||Buckiso Family||Chiappetta Family|
|Chung Family||Connell Family||Cox Family|
|Durstein Family||Eisaman Family||Fitzgibbon Family|
|Hartnett Family||Hoffman Family||McGuigan Family|
|Popies Family||Uffelman Family||Vucich Family|
|Wilson Family||Davis Family||Volitich Family|
|Shaffer Family||Weston Family||Lamendola Familty|