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Jr Pride Program


For the 2017 season* USSSA, in partnership with our National Professional Fastpitch (NPF) franchise, is inviting a select number of member teams to look and dress like your favorite USSSA Pride Players. Former Olympians and College World Series stars such as Shelby Pendley, Lauren Chamberlain, Courtney Ceo, and Keilani Ricketts all wear the USSSA Pride uniform!

Jr Pride Program Requirements:

  • Support their local USSSA Fast Pitch Programs by playing in local, NIT’s and regional tournaments
  • Participate in their State Tournament
  • Purchase and wear USSSA Junior Pride uniform package from only Boombah
  • Use USSSA Pride in team name
  • Purchase USSSA Team insurance
  • Play in USSSA World Series
  • Team must be registered for the 2016 season in order to be accepted
  • Junior Pride teams must re-apply each year
  • 2017 Season starts August 1, 2016 ends July 31st 2017
  •  ** There will be 2 classes of teams for 2017
    A. Junior Pride Elite teams must register as Class “A”
    B. Junior Pride teams must register as Class “B”

Top reasons to join the Jr Pride Program:

As a USSSA Pride team, your team will be offered the opportunity to:

  1. Wear NPF Licenced USSSA Pride team uniforms from Boombah that are uniquely styled just like the Pride, look and dress like the Pros
  2. Purchase specially priced equipment packages by our manufacturing partners: Worth, Mizuno, Louisville Slugger, Combat and Wilson/DeMarini
  3. Become a part of the USSSA Pride family and take your teams game to the next level

Apply today!



  1. Matt Meeks

    July 20, 2017 at 9:41 pm

    My daughter will be playing on a USSSA Jr. Pride team for the 2017-2018 season, and our family would like spirit gear, but we can’t find any online. Not even on the Boombah site-they have no Pride gear at all. With as many Jr. Pride teams as there are, I would expect that you’d have a fan/spirit gear site to sell shirts, hats/caps, car window stickers, etc. Or is there somewhere to purchase those things that’s just hidden?

  2. Tad Kern

    August 10, 2017 at 6:44 pm

    My daughters team played in AZ State 14U B Tournament recently, against USSSA Pride team had illegal players. They ended up getting disqualified in the championship game. That’s cheating and it cheated other teams that were there legitimately out of an opportunity to play for the state championship. What rules or consequences does the administration of your organization have in place to prevent this from continuing? The word “Pride” is in your name, it should be shortly followed by “integrity” “respect” and “fair play” but we witnessed none of these attributes.

  3. Jerry Piasecki

    September 25, 2017 at 6:10 pm

    How can I find a Jr. Pride team to have my daughter join?

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