Friendswood Little League (FWLL)
For over 47 years we have brought the great game of baseball to the youth of the Friendswood, TX. Every year we have approximately 600 players swinging bats, throwing and catching balls, making new friends, seeing old friends and keeping Renwick Park filled with the neighbors in our communities - enjoying one of our nation's favorite pastimes. We are proud of the tradition FWLL continues each year and will work hard to make sure it endures well into the future for our neighborhoods. FWLL is chartered under the Little League Inc. of Williamsport, P.A. and is subject to all rules and regulations contained in their Official Rule Book.
|Scott Collins||Vice president|
|Todd Burke||Coaching Coordinator|
|Jason Smith||Capital Projects|
|Matt McGuire||Uniforms/Booster Club|
|Stephen Walmsley||Head /Major PA*|
|Stephanie Reuter||Challenger PA*|
|Greg Rye||Minors PA*|
|Nick Crow||Pee Wee PA*|
|Chris Chism||Coach Pitch 8 PA*|
|Shannon Smith||Coach Pitch 7 PA*|
|Alyssa Tjaden||T-Ball/Mini PA*|
|PA* - Player Agent|
Parents over the next few months you will begin to see baseball bats go on sale for an extremely reduced price. Please note that as of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard will be implemented for Little League. Little League-approved baseball bats that are approved for use for the 2017 season will no longer be acceptable for use in any Little League game or activity starting on January 1, 2018.
There is an exception for Tee Ball bats, which require a USA Baseball Tee Ball Sticker.
For more information, please visit the following website.
Dear FWLL –
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the FWLL Board of Directors met to discuss how to move forward with the 2017 Fall Ball season. The board voted that the normal Fall season would be potentially replaced with a series of Sunday afternoon clinics and an open field night on Wednesdays evenings during the month of October.
We are still evaluating what the camp and open field night will look like but are reaching out to local high schools and colleges to do the Sunday camps. The open field night would use local coaches to run drills and scrimmages in a format similar to summer baseball camps. These activities would be at little or no cost. Once a camp and open field night decision is finalized by the FWLL Board of Directors, another email will be sent out with more information.
We are currently in discussion with SportsEngine on how to best refund the money for Fall.
Thank you for your understanding during this difficult time.
FWLL Board of Directors