The Washington State Amateur Softball Association is affiliated with the Amateur Softball Association of America, the National Governing Body of Softball.
The objectives of the WASA shall be to promote and regulate amateur softball for all persons regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, or ancestry.
To establish uniform softball rules and regulations.
To provide it with proper safeguards in accordance with the spirit of true sportsmanship..
To encourage the union of all eligible teams, organizations, or groups into such separate associations with active membership in the WASA as may from time to time be deemed best adapted to advance the cause of amateur softball.
To establish and maintain by allied membership, alliances with associations devoted wholly or partially to the promotion of the game of amateur softball.
To promote and conduct annual amateur softball championships, invitational tournaments and league play.
To educate and train in the proper skills of amateur softball play and rules of the game through promoting, organizing and conducting clinics, seminars and training courses.
Washington State ASA
PO Box 2188
Vancouver, WA 98668
ASA Youth program –
The ASA youth program provides recreational and competitive opportunities for boys and girls in both fast and slow pitch. Whether a player views softball as a new sport to learn, as a way to have fun with friends, or as a path to the Olympics, the ASA youth program has something for them. Foremost, the goal of the ASA youth program is to help aspiring young softball athletes learn a sport they can enjoy for a lifetime in a positive, safe, and supportive environment.
ASA Testing & Certification Program –
The Amateur Softball Association (ASA) has taken great strides to protect the integrity of the sport. Each year, the ASA's equipment testing and specifications committee examines the current rules and specifications governing various items of equipment. This committee makes recommendations to the ASA's council comprised of ASA commissioners, select youth and player representatives, umpire-in-chiefs, elite athletes and other affiliated members. The council is the ultimate decision maker of ASA rules and regulations regarding equipment. For a complete updated listing of ASA certified equipment, click on the appropriate category you are searching for: