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What is U10 and U12 Sunday Select?

Sunday Select is an opportunity for the girls in our Minor and Majors to play on an All-Star Team in games against other community leagues. The age limits follow the same age limits that our Minors and Majors follow. The games are typically played on Sundays as double headers. Having said that, there are times when these are single games and times when the games are played on Saturdays. In order to be eligible to participate on a Sunday Select team, the girl must play in the Spring Rec league. Unlike the rec league, girls on these teams are chosen after trying out for the team. 

Players get a separate uniform for Sunday Select and there is an additional fee ($50) for being on the team. In most cases the teams have about 12 players on them.  After the team is chosen, the team does have indoor practice. 


RASA will be holding tryouts for U10 and U12 Sunday Select on the following dates: 

**Q/A Discussion
On Thursday, November 15, 6:15pm at Pfaff Elementary, we will be holding an open forum for all parents to ask questions and learn more about 10U and 12U Select.
 
10U Tryouts
Monday, November 19 at Pfaff Elementary, 6-7:30pm
Tuesday, November 20 at Pfaff Elementary, 6-7:30pm
Tuesday, November 27 at Pfaff Elementary, 6-7:30pm
 
12U Tryouts
Monday, November 19 at Pfaff Elementary, 7:30-9pm
Tuesday, November 20 at Pfaff Elementary, 7:30-9pm
Tuesday, November 27 at Pfaff Elementary, 7:30-9pm
 
Please plan on attending at least two tryout dates. If for some reason you are unable to attend, but would still like to be considered for the team, please contact the coaches:
 
10U – Rob Henry
12U – Eric Medlin
 
Pfaff Elementary is located on 1600 Sleepy Hollow Rd, Quakertown


‚ÄčThe games start in late April and run until the end of June. There are usually about 6-8 weekends of regular season games and then a Sunday Select tournament at the end of the season.

There is more of a commitment and more of a challenge to being on these teams than in the rec league. This is due to the fact that players must try out to make the team. Games include weekend commitment during the Spring and indoor evening practices during the Winter. This is also a step up in level of competition and in learning from the level of the rec league. The level of commitment is not nearly as much as would be required of a Travel team. 

Click here for the VIGS Sunday Select website