Kappa Sigma Co-ed Softball Tournament

Welcome to the Kappa Sigma Co-ed Softball Tournament!

2018 Important dates
Registration deadline: Feb. 28 | Event: March 2 – 4

Our tournament was created as a way to bring the communities surrounding Eastern New Mexico University together, while raising money for the children of the Portales Recreation Center. After the tournament, all proceeds will be given as a donation from the Kappa Sigma Fraternity as well as Eastern New Mexico University, Portales Residents, and players who participated.

Choose a league to join:

Competitive | Non-competitive

Competitive league

Your team is signing up for the Competitive League. Let’s play ball! The Competitive League is for the teams who spent hours and money contributing to make their team the most dominant in the region while also being generous in giving back to a charitable event.

  • Teams are decided by coin toss before first pitch
  • Games consist of 6 innings for 1 hour 15 minutes
  • At bat, players start with 1 ball and 1 strike
  • If a male player is walked, the following female player decides to either play at bat or walk as well
  • Game balls will switch between men and women
  • No home-run restrictions
  • If issues or disagreements become a massive problem throughout the game, umpires have the authority to call the game and the score will stand
  • Only 10 runs per inning
  • If both teams agree, a rover/tenth player on the field is allowed
  • Your team must have at least 4 women. The women will rotate in between men to create a equal, balanced batting order. Every member on your roster will bat before returning to the top of your line-up.
  • Mercy Rule at 20+ Runs After 4 Innings

Non-competitive league

Your team is signing up for the non-competitive League. The non-competitive league is for enjoying the atmosphere and fun with friends, family, and the community while playing the game.

  • Teams are decided by coin toss before first pitch
  • Games consist of 6 innings for 1 hour 15 minutes
  • At bat, players start with 1 ball and 1 strike
  • If a male player is walked, the following female player decides to either play at bat or walk as well
  • Game balls will switch between men and women
  • No more than 3 home-runs per team. After the third home-run, the batter is considered out. Players do not advance.
  • If issues or disagreements become a massive problem throughout the game, umpires have the authority to call the game and the score will stand
  • Only 10 runs per inning
  • If both teams agree, a rover/tenth player on the field is allowed
  • Your team must have at least 4 women. The women will rotate in between men to create a equal, balanced batting order. Every member on your roster will bat before returning to the top of your line-up.
  • Mercy Rule at 15+ Runs After 3 Innings

Register today!

Please complete our sign-up form here.