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Southeastern Michigan

Youth Progression

Players must accumulate at least 20 stars and/or trophies or age out to advance from level to level

 

 

Players at least 7 years of age who can rally and count can enter Orange Ball Tournaments. It is suggested to try Red first and move to Orange if that’s more appropriate for your child’s level. Players will automatically be moved up to Orange Ball on the 1st of their month of their 9th birthday.

Players who are 10 need to accumulate 20 stars and/or trophies to advance from Green Ball to Yellow Ball. Players will be automatically moved up to Yellow Ball on the 1st of the month of their 11th birthday.

 

Any player that is under 11 years old and hasn’t played in any Youth Progression events MUST contact Katie Blumberg at least a week prior to registering for a tournament in order to become Green Ball eligible.

Sign up for a tournament here.

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