The primary focus of USSSA Baseball is the development of programs that allow teams of all skill levels to compete against one another. USSSA believes the overall development of all players can be enhanced by the experience and fun of national tournament play. Until now the majority of players were denied this opportunity because of their skill level. USSSA Baseball offers programs for four levels of play. Major and AAA programs are national programs that culminate in a World Series. The AA program is a regional program ran by the participating states that culminates at a National tournament. The A level is for recreational teams and is at a state level only.
Classification guidelines — State Directors determine actual classification
Major Division — The top competitive teams in the country.
AAA Division — Middle of the pack competitive teams.
AA Division — Teams that have restricted rosters, drafted players, or play at the recreation level.
A Division — Recreational League teams only.
Do you have what it takes to be a USSSA All-American and represent you region in the USSSA All-American Games during the summer of 2016? Register today to see how you stack up against the competition. All participants will be evaluated on hitting running throwing fielding and pitching. Event results will be stored in each player’s USSSA profile. Additionally there will be a ranking of players by region based on showcase results. At the conclusion of all showcases in each region one team of All Americans will be chosen from each region per age group to compete in the USSSA All American Games held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports.