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The Chatham Softball Club (CSC) was established in 2013 to promote the sport of fast-pitch softball to girls in Chatham Borough and Chatham Township, NJ.  The Chatham Softball Club partners with the Chatham Recreation Department and the Chatham Sparks Travel Program to bring year around fast pitch softball playing opportunities to girls of Chatham for all ages and abilities.  The CSC aims to develop and maintain a quality recreational program for players from Chatham as well as providing a highly competitive travel program for athletes interested in more advanced play.  The CSC policies of 100% participation, fair play, and sportsmanship are the cornerstones of our organization.

Contact information for the Board of Governors as well as the different club administrative Committees can be found on the Contact Us page.

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Chatham Softball will be sponsoring a four week...
Important Information on Youth Concussions
American youths sustain between 1.1 million and 1.9 million sports...

Chatham Softball will be sponsoring a four week clinic led by Erica Mehalick, the Head Coach of Drew University Softball Team. The emphasis of the clinics will be on teaching pitching fundamentals.  It is a great way for all softball players to try pitching and learn the basics.  All levels are welcome.  We especially encourage younger players come out as pitching is critical to the health of the program.  

For players in 3rd-8th Grade

We will continue to have the winter pitching clinics in January-February as well.  

NOTE:  Participants will need a responsible parent/adult to catch for them during the session (must bring your own glove).
  • Wednesday, October 10, 2018
  • Wednesday, October 17, 2018
  • Wednesday, October 24, 2018
  • Wednesday, November 7, 2018


6-7 PM 
Location: Drew University Simon Forum  36 Madison Avenue Madison
Cost: $60

by posted 09/27/2018
Important Information on Youth Concussions

American youths sustain between 1.1 million and 1.9 million sports or recreation related concussions every year, according to a study published in the journal, Pediatrics.  Concussions in the U.S. rose 143% among 10 to 14 year olds and 87% among 15 to 19 year olds from 2007 to 2014.  Sports rank 2nd (behind only motor vehicle crashes) as the leading cause of traumatic brain injury among people aged 15 to 24. 

To combat this serious trend, the MEL has added a link to several resources from the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey for parents and coaches of young athletes on its website,https://njmel.org/mel-safety-institute/resource-center/public-safety/sports/ .   We hope you will visit the site, view the information, and share it widely with other parents, coaches, umpires, and youth recreation leaders. 

by posted 07/27/2018
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