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Registration & Insurance

Team Sanction

For teams who opt to purchase their insurance elsewhere you will need to do a Team Sanction before being eligible to play USA Softball.
Please fill out Sanction Form and remit with payment.

2017 Team Sanction
Team Name

ALL Coaches MUST have Background Check done on RegisterUSASoftball.com
prior to coaching in USA Softball tournaments

INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION

What is INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION?
Competitive JO (Youth) travel teams register their players individually for insurance coverage. By doing individal registration, players receive USA ID cards and accident & liability insurance through Bollinger insurance. Insurance coverage is in effect whenever the team plays or practices in any organization play, not just USA Softball!  This Option also INCLUDES your teams USA Softball Sanction fee which saves you $$$

REGISTER USA is where you go to register your team for individual registration. The team administrator (in charge of making decisions/changes to team on site) must create a profile, then add players and coaches to the team. Once that is done, the team admin will create an invoice


REGISTER USA - www.RegisterUSASoftball.com

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TEAM INSURANCE

Team Insurance does NOT include USA/ASA Sanction fee

If you are looking for team insurance you will need to do the following:

  1. Go to https://apps.rpsbollinger.com/asa/online-orders/asa-team-insurance.aspx
  2. Click "Buy Now"
  3. Click "South Carolina"
  4. Username = ASASB
  5. Password = 1718
  6. And follow instructions

TEAM RATES

YOUTH

12 Years Old & Under -- Package Plan - $250 Accident Deductible
Single Team Rate: $184 (3 teams or less)
League Rate: $97 (4 or more teams) 
Deductible: $250

12 Years Old & Under -- Liability Only ***This plan does not include coverage for player injuries***
Single Team Rate: $160 (3 teams or less)
League Rate: $73 (4 or more teams)

13 to 19 Years of Age -- Package Plan - $250 Accident Deductible
Single Team Rate: $223 (3 teams or less)
League Rate: $141 (4 or more teams)
Deductible: $250

13 to 19 Years of Age -- Liability Only ***This plan does not include coverage for player injuries***
Single Team Rate: $201 (3 teams or less)
League Rate: $115 (4 or more teams)

 

 

ACE Coaching Certificate

If you are a travel team playing in any ASA qualifying tournaments or may want to play in the State Championship, one coach must be ACE certified and in the dugout.

 

ASA highly recommends that all adults associated with a Junior Olympic team be ACE certified.

 

ASA/USA Softball is proud to introduce the ACE Coaching Certification Program. The

ACE (Achieve, Certify, Educate) Coaching Certification Program is a brand new certification program, developed and designed to provide softball coaches of all levels – from beginning coaches to experienced veterans – an opportunity to certify as a coach

with a national softball organization. As the National Governing Body of Softball, it is the ASA’s responsibility to ensure that our coaches achieve a certain level of understanding of what their duties are as coach of a youth softball team. The ACE Certification videos and the ACE Certification Manual are practical guides to the everyday situations you will encounter as a youth softball coach. After obtaining your ACE certification, you will be well prepared to coach a youth softball team.

 

The guiding principles behind the ACE Coaching Certification Program are:

 

A-chieve: A certain level of knowledge.

C-ertify: To confirm that a coach has obtained a level of understanding over that which he/she has been tested on.

E-ducate: To assist with the gathering of knowledge and information. There are now more ways to become an ACE Certified Coach.

 

Certifying as an ACE Coach is a simple, straightforward process. You can attend an MASA ACE Coach Certification Clinic, if your local association is hosting one, or you can now complete your ACE Coaching Certification online at http://www.registerasa.com In each setting you will watch the ACE video that corresponds to your certification level and then be tested on the material in the video. The videos cover such topics as Principles of Coaching, Legal Issues in Sports, First Aid, Practice Organization, Coach/Umpire Relations, and Sport Specific Skills. Once you have passed the ACE Certification test you are an ACE Coach and receive full ACE Benefits. It is that easy!

 

Benefits of ACE membership:

Here is a quick run through of the ACE Coaching Certification program and how one would become certified and achieve the highest level of ACE Certification

 

The first step to complete for any coach who is attempting to become certified using the

ACE Online System is a profile lookup. If you are an existing coach* who is coming to the site to complete another level of certification your profile should be located and you should be able to continue from the position that you left off. For example if John Doe has completed ACE Levels 1 and 2 in an ACE Clinic through its local association, when he looks up his profile the system will recognize this and make ACE Level 3 available for purchase and completion. For the system to properly find your coaches profile, you must enter your information (i.e. first name, last name, email address, zip code) exactly how you did when you registered. If you have moved since you last registered, enter the previous zip code under which you registered and then edit your information in the ACE Online System. If you are a previously registered coach and the system does not find your profile properly, DO NOT create a new profile which you will do in Step 2 on the ACE Online Program. Instead, contact the ACE Administrator at the ASA National Office. The administrator's contact information can be located on the ACE Website under the Contact Us tab.

 

If you are a first time ACE Coach or you have not certified through a local association in the last year, you will have to create a new profile and begin ACE Online Certification at Level 1.

Once your profile has been found or you have created a new profile here is what you will have to do to become an ACE Certified Coach:

 

ACE Level 1 Coach Certification

  1. Register with the ACE Online program and purchase Level 1 Certification Video and test.
  2. Successfully complete the Level 1 ACE certification exam (questions will be taken directly from the ACE Level 1 video)
  3. That’s It!

Benefits: Insurance coverage, certificate and ID card

 

ACE Level 2 Coach Certification

After your first year of certification, you do not need to watch the ACE video again to recertify. To stay an ACE certified coach for a second year you must:

  1. Log-on to the ACE Online Program, purchase the ACE Level 2 Video and certification exam.
  2. Watch the ACE Level 2 Video and complete the ACE Level 2 Certification Exam as you watch the video.
  3. That's It!

Benefits: Insurance coverage, certificate and ID Card 3

 

ACE Level 3 Coach Certification

To be eligible for this level of certification a coach must have completed the ACE Level 2 Certification

  1. Log-on to the ACE Online Program, purchase the ACE Level 3 Video and certification exam.
  2. Watch the ACE Level 3 Video and complete the ACE Level 3 Certification Exam as you watch the video.
  3. That's It!

Benefits: Insurance coverage, certificate and ID Card 3

 

ACE Continuing Education Certification

To be eligible for this level of certification a coach must have completed the ACE Level 3 Certification.

  1. Log-on to the ACE Online Program and purchase the ACE Continuing Education Exam.
  2. Complete the ACE Continuing Education Exam.
  3. That's It!

Benefits: Insurance coverage, certificate and ID Card 3


Team Sanction

For teams who opt to purchase their insurance elsewhere you will need to do a Team Sanction before being eligible to play USA Softball.
Please fill out Sanction Form and remit with payment.

2017 Team Sanction
Team Name