Softball (Coed)

 

Coed Fall Softball

Summer may be nearly over, but softball is not. Bismarck Parks and Recreation District runs a fall coed softball program. Rosters and fees are due by August 17.

Date, Day and Time

Fees if paid by August 17

  • $140 sponsor fee (Includes state sanction fee and beverage permit)
  • $30/player (minimum of 13 players)

Fees received August 18 or later

  • $150 sponsor fee (Includes state sanction fee and beverage permit)
  • $35/player (minimum of 13 players)

League Tournament

  • Sunday, September 16

Rainout/Inclement Weather Policy

Decisions will be made by 5pm . All games will be at the discretion of the umpire should conditions be questionable at game time. Please check the Bismarck Parks and Recreation District website ALERT bar on the front page of the website. You may also choose to “Like” the BPRD Facebook page, since weather notifications are also posted there. You can also call the BPRD information line at 222-6479.


Weekend Diamond Reservations

All Bismarck Parks and Recreation District softball and baseball diamonds are available for practice on weekends on a reservation basis. To reserve a diamond call 222-6455 for field assignment and reservation slip. All softball association teams will be assigned practice times prior to the start of the season, beginning in April.
Once the season begins, teams must call the Bismarck Parks and Recreation District Office to reserve a diamond. Call Friday for weekend reservations. Time limit is one hour.


Softball Field Expansion

We’re expanding Cottonwood Park to create four new adult softball fields and four new fastpitch softball fields. A group of community volunteers is working on a capital campaign to increase the number of softball fields, and in turn, maintain and improve the quality of life in Bismarck.

Bismarck Women’s Slowpitch Softball Association, the Bismarck Men’s Slowpitch Softball Association and the Bismarck Youth Fastpitch Softball Association wholeheartedly support this project. All three groups have made financial commitments to this campaign. The Campaign Committee’s goal is to raise $650,000 so that this project becomes a community reality. Players and their families, community advocates of youth and adult sports and fans of softball are encouraged to join us in building eight new softball diamonds. For more information, or to donate to this project, click here.