The NYAA is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit youth sports organization serving the Northwestern Lehigh School District area, providing educational athletic opportunities that range from recreational to competitive for pre-school through high school aged boy
 
 
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NYAA Baseball – Player Placement

  

In-House Leagues:

  • T-ball – players aged 4-6 years old.  Players aged 6 may play up to Grasshopper level with approval from their previous T-ball coach.
  • Grasshopper – players aged 7-8 and some select 6 year olds.  Players aged 8 may play up to biddy level only with a recommendation from their previous coach as well as 2 year of grasshopper experience or attending Biddy Tryouts and scoring on a level consistent with biddy aged players.

** players are eligible to play up to their grade level without regard to their birthdate

 

Travel Leagues / Parkland Leagues (Spring):

  • Biddy – ages 9 and 10 (based off cut-off dates) **
    • Only those GH players mentioned above can try out at the biddy level – and they must attend tryouts and score appropriately.
    • No playing up a level – unless requested to fill in. 
    • Tryouts are mandatory for consideration for the LVL team or the Parkland League American team.  All players are encouraged to attend tryouts. 
  • Midget – ages 11 and 12 (based off cut-off dates) **
    • No playing up a level – unless requested to fill in. 
    • Tryouts are mandatory for consideration for the LVL team or the Parkland League American team.  All players are encouraged to attend tryouts. 
  • Knee-Hi – ages 13, 14 and 15 (based off cut-off dates) **
    • All players are encouraged to attend tryouts. 
    • Tryouts are mandatory for consideration for the LVL team or the Parkland League American team.

 

 ** players are eligible to play up to their grade level without regard to their birthdate

 

Fall Baseball – Player Placement – If leagues are splitting into competitive and rec levels for the fall season, player selections will be based off of spring scores as well as coach input from the spring season.  If a volunteer wants to run fall tryouts – then scores from tryouts will be used to help with player selection.  If there are no tiered levels of play, players will be divided into teams through coach selection.