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Girls' Slow Pitch Recreational Softball

League Information

The Prince William Lassie League, (PWLL), was formed in 1969 to provide a safe, fun, and recreational outlet for girls in the community to play slow pitch softball.  The PWLL strives to foster a positive environment for recreation and socializing through amateur slow-pitch softball, while supporting PWLL sponsors and our community's charitable organizations. PWLL membership is open to all individuals, without prejudice or regard to playing ability. 

The League proudly serves between 300 and 400 girls, ages 5 through 18, each Spring and Fall.   In keeping with the League's motto, For the Girls, By the Girls, players are encouraged to take an active role in the League.   Over the years, many of our players have returned to the League as adults to become coaches, play on our alumni team, and volunteer on the Board of Directors.  

You will find information about the operation of the Prince William Lassie League here, as well as supporting documents.

Help Wanted - League Parents!

Please support your children!  We need Board Member, Managers, Coaches, Umpires, Scorekeepers, Team Parents, and Volunteers who want to help with team activities.  We urge and challenge each of you to get involved and to help make your daughter's team and the whole league a success.   Please contact any Director or coach if you are able and willing to help!