Fall Ball Majors 50/70 Tournament October 13-15

Link to schedule and results: 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JHoYbPFQHBaEubOf8pNsDybKCOKuFPS9TadCzyluYAE/edit#gid=0



Spring 2018 Registration

Spring registration begins right here online on December 1st. More info will be posted as we get closer. In the meantime, use the contact us link under the About Us tab above if you have any questions.

2017 Ripken 8u State Champions!

Congratulations to our 8 year old All Stars who are 2017 PA. Ripken State Champions!  It was another very successful year for our All Star teams. A list of their accomplishments is below:

12 year old Ripken District 8 Champions

12 year old Ripken PA. State Semi-finalist

12 year old New Oxford Tournament Runner-up

11 year old Ripken District 8 Champions

11 year old New Cumberland Tournament Champions

10 year old Upper Allen Tournament Champions (10u team)

9 year old Ripken District 8 9u Champions

9 year old New Cumberland 9u Tournament Champions

9 year old In the Net 9u Tournament Champions

9 year old Upper Allen 10u Tournament Runner Up

9 year old Fairfield 10u Tournament Champions (UA Red)

8 year old Ripken PA. NW State Champions!

8 year old Ripken District 8 Runner-up (state qualifier)

8 year old Upper Allen Tournament Champions

7 year old New Cumberland Tournament Champions

7 year old East Penn Tournament Champions

7 year old Red Land Tournament Champions

2017 UABA All Star Teams

UABA 2017 Ripken District 8 12u 50/70 Tournament Results.

UABA 2017 10u Tournament Results and 8u Tournament Results.


New Bat Standards for 2018 Season

Starting January 1, 2018, new USA bat standards will be going to effect that will make most of the bats being sold today for ages 12 and under obsolete.  So before you go an buy a new bat for the Fall or as a birthday or Christmas present, we advise that you wait until the new bats come out and educate yourself on the new bat standards.  As a member of the Cal Ripken Division of Babe Ruth International, Upper Allen Baseball Association will be governed by these new bat standards.  Easton will have its new bats available to purchase soon.  We invite you to click on this link for more information about the new USA Baseball bat standards and/or watch this video.

For Preteeners and Teeners levels, there won't be any difference than the current rules. Those levels will continue to use only bats that meet the bbcor standards.  These bats are stamped BPF 1.15.  For preteeners, a player may use a drop 5 bat (e.g. 32/27, 31/26, 30/25) while for teeners, players may only use a drop 3 bat (e.g. 32/29, 31/28, 30/27)