What is expected from a Manager:

  1. If you are a returning manager contact your team from the previous season and check to see if they are playing in the upcoming season. Let them know when skills assessment date and time for the appropriate division.
  2. Attend skills assessment (Except if you are managing in T-Ball or 6U Softball).
  3. Attend the draft for your division.
  4. Attend coaches training.
  5. Hold a team parent meeting before your first practice and go over the parent and player expectations for your team. 
  6. Turn in your teams' uniform order on time.
  7. Attend the Managers meeting.
  9. Respond to league officials in a timely manner.
  10. Become familiar with the rules and documents you will need through out the season.
  11. Make sure your locks get registered. Locks must be registered by announced deadline to be locked. 
  12. Become a certified coach by completing all necessary documents provided by the league.

What is expected from an Assistant Coach:

  1. Assists the manager.
  2. Step in for the manager should the manager not be available.
  3. Pass a background check.
  4. Become a certified coach

How do I become a manager?

  1. Contact the Player Agent for Softball or Baseball.
    1. Softball: Tesha Schatz - (407) 480-9203
    2. Baseball: Matt West - (407) 929-7923
  2. Register before the Deadline to Commit to Manage a Team. The deadline will be communicated by league officials.
  3. Become a certified coach.

How do I become an Assistant Coach?

  1. When registering your child please indicate on the registration if you would like to be an Assistant Coach.
  2. Once your child is drafted and the Manager contacts you for the first practice let the Manager know you are interested in becoming an Assistant Coach.
  3. Once the Manager agrees to have you as an Assistant Coach complete registration process set by league officials. 

Does blueline services run my credit for the background check.

No they do not run your credit. They are in the process of changing the wording on that. They never have, nor will we ever, run credit on sporting association volunteers. That is the wording of the form that they also use for contractors and employees. Their system doesn't even allow them to run credit for volunteers even if they wanted to.