CSA Comp Teams


Colorado Softball Academy
Competitive Development Teams

**We are looking for a few more athletes to round out our 12U B, 12U A, 14U A and 18U A rosters. If you are interested in joining our organization, please email TGentry@cososftballacademy.com to set up a private tryout. **

Leadership.Character.Player

Three main aspects of athlete DEVELOPMENT.

The focus of Colorado Softball Academy is to development the whole athlete – MENTALLY, PHYSICALLY, EMOTIONALLY. CSA is full-circle player development academy for athletes ages 4 years old through college age. Created by and primarily coached by former college softball players, our training and character development programs are designed to help our female-athlete achieve their on-field goals, while building self-confidence and serving as leaders in the community. Our goal is a pipeline of development athletes can grow up through as we prepare them for college. 

CSA competitive team programs will be age appropriate and structured very similar to college programs and will include – mental performance development, sports performance, skill and team specific development, recruiting roadmap and support.

Fall 2023/ Spring & Summer 2024 Teams

Fall 2023 & Spring/ Summer 2024 Season
**We are looking for a few athletes to round out our 12U B, 12U A & 14U A rosters. If you are interested in joining our organization, please email TGentry@cosoftballacademy.com to set up a private tryout:

12U Silver Team Needs: 1 Utility Athlete

Head Coach: Amanda Rutherford
The 12U Silver Team competed in the Platinum bracket of IPGSA Fall Ball 2023 Season. This team is a high B/ low A level team and competed against some of the best A level teams in the league. They work well together, progressed throughout the season and are entering into off-season ‘Powered By’ training with great momentum and focus. If you are interested in joining this team, please email TGentry@cosoftballacademy.com to set up a private tryout. 

12U Select Team Needs: Outfielder, Utility

Head Coach: Laura Lunsford
The 12U Select Team is a high level A team that went 17-4-2 during the fall season. They competed in the IPGSA Platinum Bracket during the fall league season and placed 3rd in the Lorretta B. Tournament. This is a 2nd year 12U team that is competing amongst the best of the best in Colorado. If you are interested in learning more about this team, or would like to set up a private tryout, please email TGentry@cosoftballacademy.com.

14U Black Needs: 2 Outfielders (catching ability a bonus)

Co-Head Coaches: Brea Kroschel (played and coached North Dakota State University) and Kimberly Kullberg (played and coached at University of Wisconsin Oshkosh)
Goal: The goal of the 14U A Team is to compete with the best in Colorado, win a few tournaments, compete at a high level out of state, and begin the recruiting education and preparation process. The tournament schedule will consist of events that will provide a quality experience, a higher number of guaranteed games, and opportunities to meet the needs of the athletes. Tournaments will include: EL1, Colorado USA Softball, Perfect Game, IPGSA, USA Fastpitch . If you are interested in learning more about this team, or would like to set up a private tryout, please email TGentry@cosoftballacademy.com.

18U Silver Team Needs: Catcher

Head Coach: Angie Gardner
The 18U Silver Team is a high B/low A level team that finished the fall season with Finalist Finish in the USSSA No Snow Fall Tournament! This team has already qualified for USSSA Nationals in July, and has many athletes looking to continue thier playing career in college. If you are interested in learning more about this team, or would like to set up a private tryout, please email TGentry@cosoftballacademy.com.

Team Name: CSA 10U Silver

Head Coach: Mary Beth Stieber
Assistant Coaches: Brian Stieber

Tryout Fee: $50 (this is non-refundable and will be applied to player fees)

Player Fees: Will be available at/closer to tryouts.

Goal: The goal of the 10U C team is continued skill development, gross motor development and knowledge of the game. ‘C level’ is an introduction to competitive play. This team will play a fall IPGSA schedule with a possible Halloween Tournament, additional league games may include a few 10U NOCO Futures Fastpitch games. This team will take November and December off and reconvene in January to prepare for the spring/ summer season. The spring/summer season will consist of an IPGSA league (mid-week) schedule, as well as approximately 5 tournaments. 

Supplemental Tryout Date: TBD
Tryout Time: TBD
Tryout Location: Resurrection Christian School, Loveland, CO

Tryout Registration: TBD

Targeted Schedule:

  • August: Team Practice
  • September-October: IPGSA Fall Season (weekend league games & 2 Tournaments)
  • Halloween Clash Tournament
  • November & December: OFF
  • January: Sports Performance, Team Practice & Skills Development
  • February: Sports Performance, Team Practice, Indoor Double Header (FL Dome), IPGSA Tune Up Tournament
  • March: Indoor Double Header (FL Dome), Begin IPGSA League Play, IPGSA Bunny Hop Tournament
  • April: IPGSA League Games, IPGSA Ohana Blast Tournament
  • May: IPGSA League Games, IGPSA Schools Out For Summer Tournament
  • June: IPGSA Swing Into Summer Tournament, IPGSA League Games, IPGSA End of Season Tournament
  • July: IPGSA Tournament of Champions


Team Name: CSA 10U Black

Co-Head Coaches: Ashlie Rowley & Dallas Gustafson
Assistant Coaches: Charlie Rowley

Tryout Fee: $50 (this is non-refundable and will be applied to player fees)

Player Fees: Will be available at/closer to tryouts.

Goal: The goal of the 10U B/C Competitive Development Team will be continued skill, situational, and game IQ development. This team will practice and play throughout the fall, train together during the off-season and compete in a spring/ summer league and tournament schedule. This team will travel to 1 out of state tournament during the summer. 

Supplemental Tryout Date: TBD
Tryout Time: TBD
Tryout Location: Resurrection Christian School, Loveland, CO

Tryout Registration: TBD

Targeted Schedule:

  • August: Team Practice
  • September-October: IPGSA Fall Season (weekend league games & 2 Tournaments)
  • Halloween Clash Tournament
  • November & December: OFF
  • January: Sports Performance, Team Practice & Skills Development
  • February: Sports Performance, Team Practice, Indoor Double Header (FL Dome), IPGSA Tune Up Tournament
  • March: Indoor Double Header (FL Dome), Begin IPGSA League Play, IPGSA Bunny Hop Tournament
  • April: IPGSA League Games, IPGSA Ohana Blast Tournament
  • May: IPGSA League Games, IGPSA Schools Out For Summer Tournament
  • June: Oklahoma City Tournament (in conjunction with the NCAA Women’s College World Series), IPGSA Swing Into Summer Tournament, IPGSA League Games, IPGSA End of Season Tournament
  • July: Double Header, IPGSA Tournament of Champions


Team Name: CSA 12A/B

Head Coach: Amanda Rutherford

Tryout Fee: $50 (this is non-refundable and will be applied to player fees)
**If you attended the original tryout, please email tgentry@cosoftballacademy.com for a coupon code to avoid paying again.

Player Fees: Will be available at/closer to tryouts.

Goal: The goal of the 12U A/B Team is to continue the CSA Player Development model of sports performance, skill development and game IQ/ situational development. The goal of this team is to compete at a high level in State, and compete against out of state teams in Oklahoma City. The goal with these athletes is to prepare them to move up (when ready) to the 14U A team. Tournaments will include: EL1, Colorado USA Softball, Perfect Game, IPGSA, USA Fastpitch

Supplemental Tryout Date: July 14, 2023
Tryout Time: 4pm-8pm
Tryout Location: Resurrection Christian School, Loveland, CO

Targeted Schedule:

  • August: Team Practice
  • September-October: IPGSA Fall Season (weekend league games & 2 Tournaments)
  • Halloween Clash Tournament
  • November: OFF
  • December: Sports Performance
  • January: Sports Performance, Team Practice & Skills Development, Indoor Double Headers (FL Dome)
  • February: Sports Performance, Team Practice, Indoor Double Header (FL Dome), IPGSA Tune Up Tournament
  • March: Round Robins, IPGSA Bunny Hop Tournament
  • April: Perfect Game Rally for Rescues Tournament, USA Fastpitch Pony Express Juniors Tournament or an EL1 Tournament
  • May: IPGSA Ohana Blast Tournament, CSA Girls with Game Tournament, TC Spring Stampeded Tournament
  • June: Oklahoma City Tournament (in conjunction with the NCAA Women’s College World Series),WYCO Tournament, possible EL1 Tournament, Sparkler Juniors
  • July: Perfect Game State Tournament, possible EL1 Tournament


Team Name: CSA 12A

Head Coach: Laura Lunsford

Tryout Fee: $50 (this is non-refundable and will be applied to player fees)
**If you attended the original tryout, please email tgentry@cosoftballacademy.com for a coupon code to avoid paying again.

Player Fees: Will be available at/closer to tryouts.

Goal: The goal of the 12U A/B Team is to continue the CSA Player Development model of sports performance, skill development and game IQ/ situational development. The goal of this team is to compete at a high level in State, and compete against out of state teams in Oklahoma City. The goal with these athletes is to prepare them to move up (when ready) to the 14U A team. Tournaments will include: EL1, Colorado USA Softball, Perfect Game, IPGSA, USA Fastpitch

Supplemental Tryout Date: July 14, 2023
Tryout Time: 4pm-8pm
Tryout Location: Resurrection Christian School, Loveland, CO

Targeted Schedule:

  • August: Team Practice
  • September-October: IPGSA Fall Season (weekend league games & 2 Tournaments)
  • Halloween Clash Tournament
  • November: OFF
  • December: Sports Performance
  • January: Sports Performance, Team Practice & Skills Development, Indoor Double Headers (FL Dome)
  • February: Sports Performance, Team Practice, Indoor Double Header (FL Dome), IPGSA Tune Up Tournament
  • March: Round Robins, IPGSA Bunny Hop Tournament
  • April: Perfect Game Rally for Rescues Tournament, USA Fastpitch Pony Express Juniors Tournament or an EL1 Tournament
  • May: IPGSA Ohana Blast Tournament, CSA Girls with Game Tournament, TC Spring Stampeded Tournament
  • June: Oklahoma City Tournament (in conjunction with the NCAA Women’s College World Series),WYCO Tournament, possible EL1 Tournament, Sparkler Juniors
  • July: Perfect Game State Tournament, possible EL1 Tournament


Team Name: CSA 14U Black

Co-Head Coaches: Brea Kroschel (played and coached North Dakota State University) and Kimberly Kullberg (played and coached at University of Wisconsin Oshkosh)
Assistant Coaches: Shana Trosper, Alex Cantu, (accepting additional Asst. Coach applications)

Tryout Fee: $50 (this is non-refundable and will be applied to player fees)
**If you attended the original tryout, please email tgentry@cosoftballacademy.com for a coupon code to avoid paying again.

Player Fees: Will be available at/closer to tryouts.

Goal: The goal of the 14U A Team is to compete with the best in Colorado, win a few tournaments, compete at a high level out of state, and begin the recruiting education and preparation process. The tournament schedule will consist of events that will provide a quality experience, a higher number of guaranteed games, and opportunities to meet the needs of the athletes. Tournaments will include: EL1, Colorado USA Softball, Perfect Game, IPGSA, USA Fastpitch

Supplemental Tryout Date: July 14, 2023
Tryout Time: 4pm-8pm
Tryout Location: Resurrection Christian School, Loveland, CO

Targeted Schedule:

  • August: Team Practice
  • September-October: IPGSA Fall Season (weekend league games & 2 Tournaments)
  • Halloween Clash Tournament
  • November: Loretta B. Tournament 
  • December: Sports Performance, No Team Practice
  • January: Sports Performance, Team Practice & Skills Development, Indoor Double Headers (FL Dome)
  • February: Sports Performance, Team Practice, Indoor Double Header (FL Dome), IPGSA Tune Up Tournament
  • March: Round Robins, Perfect Game Tournament, possible EL1 & Colorado USA Softball Tournaments
  • April: Perfect Game Rally for Rescues Tournament, Perfect Game Fight for Life Tournament, USA Fastpitch Pony Express Juniors Tournament or an EL1 Tournament
  • May: CSA Girls with Game Tournament, TC Spring Stampeded Tournament, Stazio Tournament
  • June: Oklahoma City Tournament (in conjunction with the NCAA Women’s College World Series), USA Fastpitch RMCS Tourament, possible EL1 Tournament, Sparkler Juniors
  • July: Perfect Game State Tournament, possible EL1 Tournament


Team Name: CSA 16 Black

Head Coach: Lisa Hodnet
Coach Lisa played at Regis University from ’93-’97 as a 2B and catcher. She has extensive experience coaching travel ball, and currently has a sophomore playing at Clarke University in Iowa. Lisa is passionate about the development of female-athletes and leaders on and off the field. 
Assistant Coaches: TBD

Tryout Fee: $50 (this is non-refundable and will be applied to player fees)
**If you attended the original tryout, please email tgentry@cosoftballacademy.com for a coupon code to avoid paying again.

Player Fees: Will be available at/closer to tryouts.

Goal: The goal of the 16U A Team is to compete at a high-level in State, compete at a high level out of state, and begin the recruiting education and preparation process. The tournament schedule will consist of events that will provide a quality experience, a higher number of guaranteed games, and opportunities to meet the needs of the athletes. This team will participate in approximately 2-3 out of state events. Tournaments will include: EL1, Colorado USA Softball, Perfect Game, IPGSA, USA Fastpitch

Supplemental Tryout Date: July 14, 2023
Tryout Time: 4pm-8pm
Tryout Location: Resurrection Christian School, Loveland, CO

Tryout RegistrationCSA 16U A Supplemental Tryouts (Fall ’23 & Spring/ Summer ’24 Team) : Colorado Softball Academy (leagueapps.com)

Targeted Schedule:

  • August-October: OFF HS Ball
  • November: Options Include – Loretta B. Tournament, Surf City Showcase (CA) 
  • December: Sports Performance, No Team Practice
  • January: Sports Performance, Team Practice & Skills Development, Indoor Double Headers (FL Dome)
  • February: Sports Performance, Team Practice, Indoor Double Header (FL Dome), IPGSA Tune Up Tournament
  • March: Round Robins, Perfect Game Tournament, possible EL1 & Colorado USA Softball Tournaments
  • April: Perfect Game Rally for Rescues Tournament, Perfect Game Fight for Life Tournament, USA Fastpitch Pony Express Tournament or an EL1 Tournament
  • May: CSA Girls with Game Tournament, TC Spring Stampeded Tournament, JO Classic, Stazio Tournament
  • June: Options Include: Oklahoma City Tournament (in conjunction with the NCAA Women’s College World Series), Zoom into June, USA Fastpitch RMCS Tournament, possible EL1 Tournament, Sparkler
  • July: Options Include: Perfect Game State Tournament, Out of State Showcase, Alliance or TC Nationals


Team Name: CSA 16U Gold

Head Coach: Riley Plogger
Assistant Coaches: MaKenna James, (accepting applications for additional Assistant Coaches)

Tryout Fee: $50 (this is non-refundable and will be applied to player fees)
**If you attended the original tryout, please email tgentry@cosoftballacademy.com for a coupon code to avoid paying again.

Player Fees: Will be available at/closer to tryouts.

Goal: The goal of the 16U Gold Team is to compete with the best in state, compete at a high level out of state, and actively participate in the recruiting process (if applicable to the athlete). This team will travel to approximately 4-5 out of state tournaments. The tournament schedule will consist of events that will provide a quality experience, a higher number of guaranteed games, and exposure opportunities to meet the needs of the athletes. Tournaments will include: EL1, Colorado USA Softball, Perfect Game, IPGSA, USA Fastpitch

Supplemental Tryout Date: July 14, 2023
Tryout Time: 4pm-8pm
Tryout Location: Resurrection Christian School, Loveland, CO

Tryout RegistrationCSA 16U Gold Supplemental Tryouts (Fall ’23 & Spring/ Summer ’24 Team) : Colorado Softball Academy (leagueapps.com)

Targeted Schedule:

  • August-October: OFF/ HS Ball/ Team Practice After HS Ball.
  • November: Options Include – Loretta B. Tournament, TC Arizona Showcase, Bombers Invitational Showcase, Surf City (CA)
  • December: Sports Performance, No Team Practice
  • January: Sports Performance, Team Practice & Skills Development, Indoor Double Headers (FL Dome)
  • February: Sports Performance, Team Practice, Indoor Double Headers (FL Dome)
  • March: Round Robins, Perfect Game Tournament, possible EL1 & Colorado USA Softball Tournaments
  • April: Perfect Game Rally for Rescues Tournament, Perfect Game Fight for Life Tournament, USA Fastpitch Pony Express Tournament or an EL1 Tournament
  • May: CSA Girls with Game Tournament, TC Spring Stampeded Tournament, JO Classic, Youth NISC, possibly Stazio Memorial Tournament
  • June: Options Include – Zoom into June, Pennsbury Showcase, Washington Showcase, Top Gun, USA Fastpitch RMCS Tournament, possible EL1 Tournament, Sparkler
  • July: Out of State Showcase, Alliance or TC Nationals


Team Name: CSA 18U Silver

Head Coach: Angie Gardner
Assistant Coaches: Jamie Mackey

Goal: The goal of the 18U Silver Team is to compete on a more local and regional level and meet the goals of the athletes. This team is made up of high B and A level athletes. Tournaments may include: EL1, Colorado USA Softball, Perfect Game, IPGSA, USA Fastpitch. **The tournament list below is tentative and subject to Coach finalization**

Targeted Schedule:

  • August-October: OFF/ HS Ball/ Team Practice After HS Ball.
  • November: Options Include – Local Tournament Offerings
  • December: Sports Performance, No Team Practice
  • January: Sports Performance, Team Practice & Skills Development, Indoor Double Headers (FL Dome)
  • February: Sports Performance, Team Practice, Indoor Double Headers (FL Dome)
  • March: Round Robins, Perfect Game Tournament, possible EL1 & Colorado USA Softball Tournaments
  • April: USA Fastpitch Pony Express Tournament, EL1 Tournaments
  • May: CSA Girls with Game Tournament, TC Spring Stampede Tournament, JO Classic, Youth NISC
  • June: Options Include – USA Fastpitch RMCS Tournament, EL1 Tournaments, Team 1 Tournament, Sparkler, Perfect Game Tournaments
  • July: Perfect Game, Triple Crown, USA Fastpitch Tournaments, USSSA Tournaments


Team Name: CSA 18U Black

Head Coach: Chris Hutton
Assistant Coaches: Taylor Gentry, Haley Gehler, Zach Gehler

Tryout Fee: $50 (this is non-refundable and will be applied to player fees)
**If you attended the original tryout, please email tgentry@cosoftballacademy.com for a coupon code to avoid paying again.

Player Fees: Will be available at/closer to tryouts.

Goal: The goal of the 18U A Team is to compete at a high-level in State, compete at a high level out of state, and actively participate the recruiting process (if applicable to the athlete). The tournament schedule will consist of events that will provide a quality experience, a higher number of guaranteed games, and exposure opportunities to meet the needs of the athletes. This team will participate in approximately 2-3 out of state events. Tournaments will include: EL1, Colorado USA Softball, Perfect Game, IPGSA, USA Fastpitch

Supplemental Tryout Date: July 14, 2023
Tryout Time: 4pm-8pm
Tryout Location: Resurrection Christian School, Loveland, CO

Tryout Registration:  CSA 18U A Supplemental Tryouts (Fall ’23 & Spring/ Summer ’24 Team) : Colorado Softball Academy (leagueapps.com)

Targeted Schedule:

  • August-October: OFF/ HS Ball
  • November: Loretta B. Tournament or Arizona Showcase Tournament, Surf City Showcase (CA) 
  • December: Sports Performance, No Team Practice
  • January: Sports Performance, Team Practice & Skills Development, Indoor Double Headers (FL Dome)
  • February: Sports Performance, Team Practice, Indoor Double Header (FL Dome), IPGSA Tune Up Tournament
  • March: Round Robins, Perfect Game Tournament, possible EL1 & Colorado USA Softball Tournaments
  • April: Perfect Game Rally for Rescues Tournament, Perfect Game Fight for Life Tournament, USA Fastpitch Pony Express Juniors Tournament or an EL1 Tournament
  • May: CSA Girls with Game Tournament, TC Spring Stampeded Tournament, JO Classic, Stazio Tournament
  • June: Oklahoma City Tournament (in conjunction with the NCAA Women’s College World Series), USA Fastpitch RMCS Tournament, possible EL1 Tournament, Sparkler (other options include Zoom into June, Pennsbury Showcase, Washington Showcase)
  • July: Out of State Showcase, Alliance or TC Nationals


Team Name: CSA 18U Gold

Head Coach: Lauren Paige
Assistant Coaches: Abby Marlow, Ava Littleton, Avery Santorno

Goal: The goal of the 18U Gold Team is to compete with the best in state, compete at a high level out of state, and actively participate in the recruiting process. Athletes on this team should be committed to playing softball in college. This team will travel to approximately 4-5 out of state tournaments. The tournament schedule will consist of events that will provide a quality experience, a higher number of guaranteed games, and exposure opportunities to meet the needs of the athletes. Tournaments will include: EL1, Colorado USA Softball, Perfect Game, IPGSA, USA Fastpitch

Targeted Schedule:

  • August-October: OFF/ HS Ball/ Team Practice After HS Ball.
  • November: Options Include – Bombers Invitational Showcase, Surf City (CA), Don Battles On (CA)
  • December: Sports Performance, No Team Practice
  • January: Sports Performance, Team Practice & Skills Development, Indoor Double Headers (FL Dome)
  • February: Sports Performance, Team Practice, Indoor Double Headers (FL Dome)
  • March: Round Robins, Perfect Game Tournament, possible EL1 & Colorado USA Softball Tournaments
  • April: USA Fastpitch Pony Express Tournament, EL1 Tournaments
  • May: CSA Girls with Game Tournament, TC Spring Stampede Tournament, JO Classic, Youth NISC
  • June: Options Include – Zoom into June, Pennsbury Invitational, Top Gun, USA Fastpitch RMCS Tournament, EL1 Tournaments, Team 1 Tournament, Sparkler
  • July: Alliance and/or TC Nationals


The CSA Experience

Player Development

As part of the CSA Competitive Development Program, you will receive a sports performance training program with CSA Sports Performance Coach, Lauren Paige. Your training will consist of strength and power work in the weight room, speed and agility training, as well as nutrition coaching for female-athletes. Programs are age appropriate and focus on proper technique and overall athleticism.

CSA athletes will receive position specific and team situational training from former college softball players and professional coaches! The CSA Coaching Staff (all teams) work together to ensure all athletes receive the training they need. 

Mental Performance and Recruiting: CSA coaches will help athletes navigate their recruiting journey. Not everyone wants to play softball in college, and that is okay! For those who do, we will help walk you through the process and support you along the way! Lastly, mental performance skills are an asset for life! Mental performance training will be part of your daily routine. We will teach you how to set goals, control your thoughts and ultimately love who you see in the mirror.

Be A Good Human – Make Good Choices

CSA is passionate about creating a positive and constructive culture for you to grow and develop through. Our goal is to create an environment that will push you, challenge you, fill you up, and keep you loving every minute of it! 

‘Winning Culture’ is a term that describes a culture that sets the stage for positive attitude, high expectations, an unrelenting work ethic, resulting in successful performances.

While our goal is to train you to compete at a high level nationally, we want you to walk out of here as good human beings on a daily basis. 

Things we won’t allow:

  • Negative talk throughout parents and/or teammates.
  • Bullying or harassment of any kind.
  • Poor attitudes, poor effort, lack of attendance for workouts.
  • Toxic energy throughout parents and athletes. 

Things we promote:

  • High energy & effort! 
  • Positive attitudes & self-affirmations!
  • Build each other up!
  • Fail Forward
  • Brave Not Perfect
  • Trust the Process
  • Growth Mindset

We thrive on a collaborative culture where we (coaches, athletes, and families) can partner and work together for the best possible experience and development.

CSA Expectations

Our goal is to prepare you for life beyond the playing field. To do so, we set some pretty high, but fair expectations for our athletes and their families.

  • Be a good human being. In short, treat others how you want to be treated.
  • Attendance/ Punctuality – We understand many athletes have a long commute for practices and games. Our first priority is your safety, please do your best to be on time to your workouts and warm-ups. A good rule of thumb is try to arrive 15 minutes prior to your start time. We do expect athletes to attend all workouts and practices but do understand that life happens. At the end of the day, you get out of the experience, what you put into it.
  • Communication – Communication is key to a successful relationship! We encourage athletes (age appropriate) to communicate with their coaches regarding any issues, questions, concerns or absences. If there is a major concern, we certainly welcome a conversation with every parent.
  • Body Language & Work Ethic – Carry yourself with confidence and look your coaches in the eye. When you show up for workouts, show up with focus and ready to work hard.
  • Partnership, Trust & Mutual Respect – It takes a village to raise a child, and it also takes a village to successfully train and prepare an athlete. CSA coaches want to build a successful partnership with each family to ensure everyone is moving in the same direction for the athlete and team success. In order to do this, parents need to trust coaches, and coaches need to be able to trust parents through this process. We are all on the same team, working to build these athletes up together!


f.a.q.

You have questions. wE have answers.

Please see the questions and answers below to help you better prepare for tryouts and the upcoming season.

Do I have to pre-register for tryouts to be considered?

Yes! We want to ensure the athletes that attend our tryouts are committed and have a desire to play for CSA. Tryouts take a lot of time and energy, we want ensure we are focusing on the athletes that want us. 

How do I register for tryouts?

Click on the tab for the age group and competitive team level you wish to play for (i.e. 16 A). On that tab you will see information about the team, and a link to register for that teams’ tryouts. Click the link and complete the registration information for that specific team. That will let us know your goal is to make that specific team.

If I tryout for a gold team and don’t make it, do I have to try out again for an A team?

No. If your goal is to play on the Gold team and you aren’t selected, you will automatically be considered for the A level team. 

What are the player fees?

We are currently finalizing the player development package and tournament projection. This information will be available at tryouts. 

Will there be fundraising opportunities?

Yes! Through the CSA Foundation, we are working on offer 3 larger fundraising options, as well as additional smaller opportunities to help offset the cost of your player fees. These will be announced in July.

How long until I hear if I made a team?

Our goal is to get back to you 24 hours following tryouts. You will then have 24 hours to respond with your commitment.

When are tryouts?

July 3, 2023: 16U & 18U Teams
July 5, 2023: 12U & 14U Teams
July 6, 2023: 10U Teams

Where will tryouts be?

All tryouts will take place at Resurrection Christian School in Loveland, CO (off of I25 & Crossroads Blvd.