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2023 All Stars (May to July)

The All Stars season is the most competitive season of the year and runs from May through July. The commitment to All Stars is significant, as teams practice approximately 2-4 times a week and have tournaments every weekend (usually both days and sometimes Friday too) for approximately 5 to 7 weekends in a row. All Stars players depend on each other so it is important that team members attend practices and tournaments. Our tournament page lists tentative tournaments.


If a player "played up" during the regular season (i.e., an 8U-age player played in the 10U division), that player must either make the Gold-level team in the play-up division or be drafted for the Gold or Silver-level team in their age-appropriate division.


There will be no tryouts this year. Players will be evaluated by Spring Rec coaches based on the entire season.


Spring Rec coaches rank interested players based on skill, attitude, dependability, dedication, sportsmanship, and experience. These rankings are not made public, or even shared with the other coaches. The All Stars coaches then form the Gold and Silver teams based on the rankings, among other criteria.

The Gold All Stars coach picks the Gold team (usually 12 players). As long as the 12 players are from the top 15 of the coaches' rankings, that team will be approved by the Board of Directors. If a player is being selected that is out of the top 15, the coach, through the Division Rep must make a presentation to the entire Board of Directors as to the reason for the selection (perhaps explaining a unique special skill). The Silver coach chooses the team from the top 26 players, and must include all players in the top 20 who are not playing on the Gold team.

The Board of Directors DOES NOT select All Stars teams.


A player is not eligible to play on an All Stars team if the player has participated with a team outside of LNGS (travel team) after March 31, or if the player has not participated in more than 75% of the recreational season games (not due to an injury).

2023 Fees

Registration (required) $400 (includes two jerseys, two pairs of socks, one pair of pants, practice shirt, field rental fees, tournament registration fees) There will be a payment plan available.

Required additional items*:

  • LNGS All Stars Helmet (if you do not already have one) = $65
  • LNGS All Stars Bag (if you do not already have one) = $65
  • Black softball pants (you can use ones from the rec season)

Optional additional items*:

  • Jacket = $55
  • Catcher's bag = $135
  • Change or refresh your player number and logo on existing LNGS All Stars helmet; NOTE: This does not include changing padding or other structural improvements to the helmet = $15

*NOTE: These prices are based on last year, and are subject to change.

Sea Country/Rancho Roundup Work Deposit/Buy Out (required but refundable) = $200

In order to keep registration costs down, LNGS is hosting Sea Country Classic Tournament (June 17-19) and providing snack bar volunteers for Rancho Roundup (May 19-21) at Niguel Hills Middle School.

Every All Stars family is required to either work 4 hours at a tournament (snack bar, parking attendant or general setup/cleanup) or buy out of their commitment.

Uniform Sizing: Socks

Uniform Sizing: Adrenaline Jerseys

All Stars jerseys will be the same brand as spring jerseys, but will be a different material.

Uniform Sizing: Bellalete Youth Pants

Uniform Sizing: Bellalete Adult Pants

All Stars Commitment

1.  We understand that playing time and offensive or defensive positions are NOT guaranteed and there are no fairness rules regarding playing time in the All Stars program.

2.  We understand that All Stars players are expected to attend all practices and tournaments. There will be approximately 3 practices per week (2 hours each), and tournaments every weekend that generally start on Fridays and end Sundays.  The season is approximately 5 to 7 weeks long and runs from Mid-May through July.

3.  We understand that All Stars players may sit on the bench more than they are used to; must be willing to think more about the team than themselves; and handle personal failure with grace and composure.

4.  We understand that All Stars players must remain positive and never make negative comments about their teammates or coaches; or to opposing players, coaches, parents, umpires or anyone attending a game.

5.  We understand that All Stars parents must follow/abide and support all USA Softball Rules and Code of Conduct including no drinking or smoking at any USA tournament or practice. 

6.  We understand that All Stars parents must be supportive and encouraging of our children, the team, and the coaching staff.

7.  We understand that our family will be asked to assist with the Annual LNGS Sea Country Classic tournament.  This is a very important part of the parent commitment.

8.  My player has not worked out, tried out, scrimmaged or played with a Travel Ball team after March 31, 2023.