Welcome to Oak City Softball League
CHAMPIONSHIP SUNDAY — FALL 2022 LEAGUE TOURNAMENT (DAY #2)
Weather permitting, Sunday, December 4th is Oak City Softball League’s Championship Sunday. We’ll be wrapping up our third season of softball, and that’s thanks to all the great teams and players in our league who make it all possible! We can’t wait to hand out trophies to Season Champs and Tourney Champs in both of our divisions — good luck to everyone playing in our tourney!
FALL 2022 SEASON REGULAR SEASON GAMES ARE COMPLETE!
We finished regular season play on Sunday, November 13th, our 7th weekend of play this fall. Our biggest season yet was amazing — 248 players and 17 teams strong, playing the game we love, socializing at the fields and at our host bar, and contributing to our community charitable endeavors!
OCSL Open Division – Fall 2022
|1||Turn N’ Burn||13||1||0.929||0||168||71||97||6-0||7-1||9-1||L1|
|3||I’d Hit That||9||5||0.643||4||135||85||50||0-1||9-4||6-4||L2|
|4||Cleats N’ Cleavage||8||6||0.571||5||133||121||12||4-4||4-2||5-5||L1|
|8||Hard Apple Sliders||6||8||0.429||7||163||156||7||1-2||5-6||6-4||L1|
|8||Inside the Spark||6||8||0.429||7||111||117||-6||5-4||1-4||4-6||W1|
OCSL Women’s+ Division – Fall 2022
Note: Each Open Division team played 14 regular season games over 7 weekends, and will play a minimum of 2 games in the season-ending tournament; our Women’s+ Division teams played 10 regular season games over 6 weekends, and like the Open Division teams, will play a minimum of 2 games in our season-ending tournament (the tournament for both divisions will be double-elimination format, held over two weekends).
A friendly reminder: Our league is intended to provide a welcoming, respectful environment for LGBTQIA+ (and allied) players and teams; our rules of play and code of conduct are posted on this website to provide the proper expectations to everyone affiliated with our league. Both of these items have been the subject of careful review by our leadership team and we believe they set us apart in a positive way in our quest to create a fun environment for our players — we’ve worked hard to put together what we think will be a great experience for everyone!
We use USA Softball Approved Bats Exclusively
We adhere to the use of USA Softball (formerly ASA) approved bats, exclusively. Bats need to have an ASA or USA Softball stamp, and not be on the USA Softball Non-Approved list (this PDF is dated 10-5-2021) in order to be used in Oak City Softball League games. What this means, other than bats not appearing on the ban list, is that any bats in league play MUST have an ASA/USA Softball stamp regardless of other organizations appearing on a bat (USSSA or NSA bats without an ASA/USA stamp are not allowed). Please see league staff if there are questions and we will clarify for you. If you would like to do further research, the updated list is kept on USA Softball’s website; additional explanation of terms, organizations, and stamps can be found in this blog post.