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Indian Mills Softball



Welcome to Indian Mills Softball!

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IMAA Softball is part of the Shawnee-Seneca Softball Conference, which includes teams from Tabernacle, Southampton, Woodland, Medford, Medford Lakes and new to our conference this year is Central Burlington.  Our goal is to teach the girls the fundamentals of softball and love and respect for the game in addition to good sportsmanship. Our divisions include K/1st Grade (girls T-ball), 2nd/3rd grade, 4th/5th grade, 6th/8th grade and high school.  

During the year IMAA/TAA join together to provide several instructional clinics - all skills clinics, pitching clinics and catcher clinics.  All skills clinics are traditionally held over 5 Monday evenings during the summer at Dingletown and several Saturday mornings between January & March at Olson Middle School in Tabernacle.  Our pitching clinics are Monday evenings over the fall and winter, as well as catcher clinics.  We hire top notch pitching instructors and catcher instructors to teach our young girls.

IMAA & TAA are home of the Pineland's Pirettes.  The Pirettes are a town travel team that plays in the UGSA (Burlington County league) and several local tournaments. Pirettes are typically all future Seneca girls.  We have teams in the 10U, 12U and 14U divisions. The head coaches of the 10U & 12U teams do not have children on the team and have been around the game of softball for a very long time, the assistant coach for the 14U is a former D1 catcher from Fairfield University.  They enjoy working with the girls without the distraction of having their own child on the team and coach purely for the enjoyment of raising good softball players and good citizens.  Pirettes is for girls who love softball, want to play more and better softball but do not want the crazy financial and/or time commitment of club style travel ball.  

For additional information about our softball program, please contact our softball director Kim Albertson at kim.albertson@comcast.net.