Month: May 2019

Little League Softball® Alumni Take To Biggest Stage at 2019 Women’s College World Series

Nearly 30 alumni of the Little League Softball® program will be heading to USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to compete on the biggest stage of […]

Parkland: A Community Ripped Apart Comes Together Through Little League®

February 14, 2018. A day that members of the Parkland community in Florida, and the entire world, will never forget. A day when a single high schooler at Marjory Stoneman Douglas […]

13th Annual West Region Challenger Fun Days Event Held At Little League® West Region Headquarters

For the 13th year in a row, volunteers and members of Little League Challenger Division® programs across California came together for a weekend of fun at the West Region Challenger […]

Lycoming County High School Seniors Earn 2019 Carl E. Stotz Little League Baseball® Scholarship

Since 1994, Little League® International has honored the memory of its founder through the Carl E. Stotz Little League Baseball® Scholarship. At its annual luncheon on Thursday, May 23, Little […]

Dedication to Saving Lives Results in a Life Being Saved

Local League Volunteer’s Effort to Make AEDs Available Leads to Life-Saving Act Sue Bruce is a licensed practical nurse from Dillsburg, Pa., who has been a part of Dillsburg Little […]

Parent Confession: I Shouted Down My Daughter’s Softball Chants

I am a baseball guy. I’m still involved in recreation leagues. As a kid, I played Little League Baseball. My wife played Little League Softball. Our daughter is a good […]

Little League® International Adds Graphic Designer, Video Coordinator to Communications Staff

This spring, two new staff members joined the Little League International Communications Department, with Amy Brooks coming on board as a Graphic Designer and Hannah James being named Video Coordinator. […]

Parent Confession: I Made My Kid Cry, Not Happy Tears

It was early in the season. School was still in. My son had a big game versus the other top team in our league. I am a very competitive person. […]

Your Voice: Answers to Questions and Misconceptions Parents Have About the Little League® International Tournament

For parents, grandparents, and guardians of Little Leaguers®, Your Voice is a way for you to share questions with Little League®, and an opportunity for us to provide some important […]

A Different Point of View: Persistence, Self-Awareness, Confidence Prevail as Teenager Takes on Umpiring

Taegen McCoy is 16 years old and a sophomore at Northern High School in Dillsburg, Pa. In many ways, she’s a typical high schooler. She enjoys playing the viola in […]