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Women's Summer Collegiate Fast-Pitch Softball League

Register for 2019 IWSL softball season

The fall registration period for the 2019 Iowa Women's Softball League has begun.

The fall registration period is intended for returning players AND new  players. The player fee during this period is $75, which represents a $25 savings off the normal price.

The fall registration period will end on Dec. 31. After that, the player fee will be the full $100 and players will be accepted into the league if space permits.

The goal is to have eight teams and 120 players in the IWSL next summer, with four teams in the Eastern Division in Cedar Rapids and four teams in the Central Division in Indianola.

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The 2019 season will consist of a series of eight Sunday doubleheaders in June and July for a 16-game campaign. There are no practices during the week.

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Look Who's Playing in 2019 IWSL

Sixty-six players have registered for the Iowa Women's Softball League for the 2019 campaign as of May 12.

The Central Division has been canceled due to a lack of players.

There is still some time to register. Registration for the 2019 season is $100.

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Full refunds will be granted to anyone who registers and is unable to play, with no questions asked.

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44 players have joined IWSL for 2019

Forty-four players have now registered for the Iowa Women's Softball League for the 2019 campaign as of Sept. 3.

The fall registration period runs through Dec. 31. Anyone who registers between now and then will receive a 25% discount and pay a $75 registration fee instead of $100.

The fall registration period is for all players, whether they participated in the IWSL in 2018 or not.

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Anyone who registers between Jan. 1 and April 30 will be charged the full $100, if space permits.

The goal is to have eight teams and 120 players for Year 3 in 2019, with four teams in the Central Division and four teams in the Eastern Division.

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32 players have joined IWSL for 2019

Thirty-two players have registered for the Iowa Women's Softball  League for the 2019 campaign as of Aug. 27, giving the program a big head-start for next season.

Maleah Georgen of Luther, Paige Timmerman of Luther and KyLeigh Becker of Loras have joined the Eastern Division in Cedar Rapids. Megan Rushing of South Dakota State, Izzy Collins of Southeastern Community College and Lexi Merritt of Grand View have enrolled in the Central Division in Indianola.

This early registration period is intended for all players who participated in the IWSL this past season. If returning players register by Aug. 31, they will receive a 50 percent discount and pay $50 instead of the regular $100 player fee.

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Anyone who registers between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31 will get a 25 percent discount and pay $75, whether they've played in the IWSL before or not. And anyone else who registers between Jan. 1 and April 30 will be charged the full $100.

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IWSL enjoys Hall of Fame game

The Iowa Women's Softball League put an exclamation point on the 2018 campaign Saturday by playing an exhibition game at Ellis Park as part of the Cedar Rapids Softball Hall of Fame festivities.

The National League team defeated the American League, 4-1, before a nice crowd that enjoyed watching college softball players from a mixture of state institutions.

Lauren Kuch of Kirkwood gave the National League a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning with a two-run single. The Nationals made it 4-0 in the fifth inning on a single by Tianna Drahn of UNI, an RBI double by Avery Guy of DMACC, a single by Kuch and an RBI single by Emily Oler of Mount Mercy.

The American League team scored its run in the seventh inning on a consecutive infield singles by Tawny Menster of Mount Mercy, Maddy Ryan of Coe and Brie Tauber of Clarke, followed by a bases-loaded walk by Abby Downs of UNI with nobody out.

Emma Olejniczak of UNI worked out of further trouble with the tying runs on base with a ground ball and two fly balls to end the game.

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