We are a not-for-profit 501C(3) organization with over 40 years in town that is committed to teaching girls ages 5-16 the sport of fast pitch softball. We are affiliated with the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) and USA Softball. Our girls pride themselves on sportsmanship. We provide a safe and fun learning environment where our girls learn the fundamentals of softball. We compete year round at many levels of competition.


The ASA is the only not-for-profit national governing body for softball. The ASA and USA Softball operate the men's and women's US National Softball Teams that travel the world competing. High schools and colleges play using the rules adopted from the ASA rule book with the US College World Series being played at the home of the ASA in Oklahoma every year. The ASA is also the only organization recognized by the Olympic Committee.


Auburn Fast Pitch is the only organization in town that supports just youth girls. Many of the coaches have either played ASA softball or have coached in our league for years. We also have previous Auburn Fast Pitch alumni that have come back to coach. We are always looking at new programs and ways to bring softball to the female youth of Auburn. 


Auburn Fast Pitch offers programs in multiple divisions: 


  • 6 years old and under (tee ball)
  • 8 years old and under (coach pitch)
  • 10 years old and under
  • 12 years old and under
  • 14 years old and under
  • 16 years old and under



Our recreation divisions play teams from Webster, Leicester, Millbury, Charlton, Dudley, Oxford, and Uxbridge to name a few.  We also have a tournament team program where many of our players will travel to weekend tournaments playing against other teams throughout the state. Almost all of our players go on to play for high school teams, including at Auburn High, which continues to be one of the strongest teams in the Southern Worcester County League.

Contact Us at executiveboard@auburnfastpitch.com


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