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ASA of PA Approves New Classification
Guidelines and Policies For Co-Ed and
Co-Rec Play In Pennsylvania.

The voting council of the Amateur Softball Association Of Pennsylvania
accepted the recommendation of its Co-Ed and Co-Rec Committee and
approved new guidelines and policies for the administration and play
of its Co-Ed and Co-Rec program beginning in the 2003 season

Major Co-Ed
Major teams may be formed from other Amateur Softball Association
registered teams, which contain players from rosters certified major.
These teams represent top quality co-ed teams with quality players

Class A Co-Ed
A Class "A" team is capable of scoring runs regularly, some as the direct result
of power. They are a strong team both offensively and defensively and can rely
on their power to win. Defensively they are capable of taking games away from
their opponents with strong, clean fielding.
(This team is capable of competing at the ASA National Level of Play)

Class "B" Co-Ed - Co-Rec
A Class "B" team is capable of scoring regularly without a great deal of power.
A "B" team is strong defensively and capable of turning the double play with
ease and consistency.
A Class "B" team runs bases well and field the ball with finesse.
A Class "B" team may have more than one long-ball hitter, but the team is not
built around power.
(This team is the best ASA of PA recreational level team)
Home Run Rule
1st - Home Run
2nd - Out
3rd and any in excess - Out and Disqualification

Class "C" Co-Rec
A Class "C" team is one, which is inconsistent both defensively and offensively.
They are not a team that wins consistently by scoring a large sum of runs in any particular game.
A Class "C" team is a singles hitting team
(This team is an average co-rec team)
Home Run Rule
1st - Out
2nd and any excess - Out and Disqualification

Class "D" Co-Rec
A Class "D" team has virtually no power and does not score any great sum
of runs with any regularity.
Class "D" teams have no great hitters or real finesse in their defense.
Class "D" teams do not win consistently in any level of competition, showing
a winning percentage only against very poor caliber teams
Home Run Rule
1st - Out
2nd and any excess - Out and Disqualification
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