WUSA is a neighborhood organization created to support and promote girls softball. WUSA offers recreational teams for girls ages 5-15 and competitive tournament teams for girls ages 7-16. Please browse through the League Information section of our site to learn more about us.
WUSA's end-of-season tournament takes place this week. Due to potentially bad weather this weekend, the tournament start times have been moved up to Wednesday evening, May 1st.
Congratulations and good luck this summer!!!
This spring, 17 former WUSA players, including 11 from the high school class of 2018, are suiting up for their college softball teams!
Recently, during spring break games, Laurel McKelvey and the UPenn Quakers faced off against Sarah Venker and the Ball State Cardinals.
Pictured here, Alexis Aboulafia of Tufts and Julia Waller of UChicago had time for a quick hello after games on adjacent fields in Clermont, Florida.
|May 3-5, 2019||End of Season Tourney|
On Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the Opening Ceremonies for WUSA's Spring 2019 season, the league awarded its first college scholarships to four outstanding high school seniors. Allison Clark, Lauren Harpold, Hattie Meehan and Kate Williford will each receive $2,000 from WUSA, towards their Freshman year college tuition and expenses. Each one of these four young ladies were dedicated WUSA players from 6U through 14U.
All four exemplified excellence in both academics and athletics through their high school years. WUSA is extremely excited to offer scholarships to the young ladies that have helped make WUSA such a fun and competitive place to experience the sport of softball, and we could not have asked for a better group of WUSA Alumni to accept the league's first offering of these scholarships. Congratulations to Allison, Lauren, Hattie and Kate!
Specific information regarding WUSA's College Scholarship program can be found on the website here.
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Recent additions to the South Campus facility: concessions and restrooms building, shade structures, bleachers, a 140-spot concrete parking lot, and two new fields
WUSA's South Campus facility is fast becoming recognized as one of the premier field complexes for softball in the Greater Houston area. As a privately owned facility, these fields can never be taken away, whether by municipal fiat, school expansion project, or commercial development. Your contribution to this capital improvements effort will benefit not only your own WUSA player but also future generations of young female athletes in our community.
Donor tiles have been installed on the WUSA Donor Wall on the front facade of the South Campus concessions building. Thank you to the businesses and families who have already contributed funds to be used in WUSA's ongoing capital improvement efforts at South Campus and our other fields and facilities!!
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more photos from this season!!!