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Mill Valley Girls Softball

2021 Registration OPEN!

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Instagram:  @MillValleyGirlsSoftball

Instagram: @MillValleyGirlsSoftball

General Info

Welcome Mill Valley softball players and families to the 2021 registration page!  We are planning the upcoming season to be compliant with county guidelines for youth sports for Covid.  We are planning a flexible fully refundable season should we have to cancel the season with just a $25 deposit.

It is our mission to teach the fundamentals of softball, to understand what it is to be a great teammate, and of course, to have a fantastic time along the way.   We encourage as many parents as possible to get involved with MVGS, whether it be coaching, assisting on the field or helping out however possible.  You will get more out of it more than you could ever imagine!

This registration session will allow you to complete contact information, sign up for participation or sponsorships and submit payment. To complete registration through our secure site, please have your credit card available.  Following the completion of this registration, you will see a charge on your account for the $25 deposit and the remainder of the charges will be charged on January 25. 

  • For all girls ages pre K - 15
  • Season runs from mid-March - end of May (10u/12u/15u) / first week of June (6u/8u)
  • Practices can start mid-February
  • All games are in Marin 
  • All home games are at Hauke or Tam Valley School
  • Practices will be held at  Tam Valley School (6u/8u/10u/12u); and Hauke Park (10u,12u/15u)
  • If games are allowed, 10u/12u/15u have playoffs and championships in May (all teams will have at least one playoff game)

10u/12u/15u will have an All-Star tournament if games are allowed

We try to grant friend requests but do not guarantee it and do not consider friend requests after registration deadline.  

Coaches pick practice days/times

We follow the rules of Marin Girls Softball and teams are formed based on a 2-year age groupingnot by school grade level

Details in registration link.

What's the Time Commitment, You Ask?

We want this to be a fun and rewarding activity, for players and family.  If you want to get the most out of it, you need to commit to practices and games and work on some skills.  Improving your skills makes it a LOT more fun.  The season will be determined by Marin Covid Guidelines for youth sports.  

  • 6u practices 1/wk for 45-60 mins. with 1 game on Saturday (8 games)
  • 8u practices 1/wk for 60-75 mins. with most games on Saturday (10 games)
  • 10u practices 2/wk for 90 mins. with 2 games per week (12 games)
  • 12u practices 2/wk for 90 mins. with 2 games per week (12)
  • 15u practices 2/wk for 90 mins. and games weekdays only (12)
  • First games will begin mid-March for all divisions

Tam High School Softball Clinic was a HUGE success!

Thank you for attending this fundraiser to give back to our community and help the Tam High Hawks Softball team

important dates


·        TBD, 4pm - 6pm, MVGS Coaches Meeting, Tellason, 480 Gate 5 Road, Studio 113, Sausalito, CA

·        TBD 1pm – 3pm, MGS Skills Clinics (including Beginning Pitching), Red Hill Field, San Anselmo

·        TBD Mornings (Time TBA by MGS), MGS Pitching Clinics (Experienced Pitchers), Bacich Elementary School, Greenbrae, CA

·        TBDMVGS Teams Announced and Practice Schedule Finalized

·        TBD Practices Begin and ACE Certification Must be Complete!

·        TBD  4pm-7pm Mandatory MGS Coaches Meeting, Future Prospects, San Rafael

·        TBD 10am – 12:30 pm MVGS-THS Clinic, Tam HS Softball Field

·        TBD    Opening Day and Picture Day 

·        APRIL 3rd - 11Th Spring Break– No games or practices

·        TBD Tremors Tryouts, location and time TBD by MGS

·        TBD All-Star Weekend (for 10u, 12u, and 15u), Schedule TBA by MGS

·        MID-MAY Playoffs Begin for 10u/12u/15u soon after the last regular season game

interested in coaching?

If you would like to coach, or help email

Mill Valley Clinic Sign Up Sheet

Pitching, hitting and general skills clinic sign up for all in one place

Interview with Cornell softball player and Tam High graduate Kim Scarsella

Kim Scarsella, Cornell University

"Softball is the main thing I remember from growing up, so I would pretty much equate my MVGS experience with my childhood experience. I was a shy kid, so having teammates and a sport where I excelled did a lot for my self-confidence and social skills. It's been 20 years since I first joined MVGS (whoa) and some of my best friends today are former teammates. Being part of a group that works toward a shared goal is an amazing bonding experience, and my friends and I still reminisce about our early softball days!


I would encourage every young kid to join MVGS. Being part of a team has so much value, but beyond that, softball is special. It's a technical game with so many facets. There's room for a huge range of skills from mental strategy to physical coordination. It really is a game of specialties, which means there are so many opportunities to fit in."

Congratulations to Kassidy Stetler for signing with CSUMB!