WSWSA Scheduler Wanted

WSWSA is looking for a volunteer to fill the role of Scheduler for the league.  This is a part-time paid position that is essential to league operations year-round.  The duties generally involve reserving the fields, preparing and posting the league schedule, and coordinating with the referee association to schedule referees.  Click here to download a detailed position description.

Anyone interested in the position needs to send a letter of interest and a resume to Heather Bornhorst, WSWSA President, at presidentwswsa@gmail.com.  Letters of interest and resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

I do want to thank Karrie for her years of support in her role as Scheduler for the league.  Her help was invaluable as we changed our nights of play so that they were the same each season, and as we continue to compete for the diminishing resource of field time.  I wish her well as she continues her education in pursuit of a new career path. 


Heather Bornhorst
WSWSA President

by: WSWSA President

Teams Will Need Players for Spring Season

Spring Season is on the Horizon

If you would like to find a team for Spring season, it's a good time to put some feelers out! Teams in all age divisions will almost certainly need players.

Please contact the Player/Team Coordinator listed here. She will forward your information to managers who are seeking players in the appropriate age division.

by: WSWSA Registrar

Platinum Players Wanted!


Annual O50 New Year's Match

 

The Women's Platinum (O55/O60) Division needs players for Frostbite. Please contact our Gold and Platinum Player Coordinator, Wendy at wendyscr@comcast.net. Thank you!

 

by: Wendy Fletcher

Scratch a No-Lights Phone Number

Deleted number for reporting problems with lights at Seattle fields

One of the numbers we had listed for reporting lighting issues on Seattle fields is not valid. The ONLY valid number is:

1-855-330-8400

If you have recorded the lighting numbers somewhere, please be sure to update your list so the innocent bystander doesn't get any more calls about lights at Seattle fields.

 

by: WSWSA Registrar