News and Announcements

Softball Skills Clinic on Feb. 2

Posted by Torrance Girls Softball at Jan 22, 2019 1:08PM PST

TGSL is happy to partner with Tony Medina to host an exclusive skills clinic. Details and a link to sign up are included below

What: Softball Skills Clinic hosted by Tony Medina

Who: Registered players in the 8U through 14U divisions (no 6U/T-Ball players)

Date/Time: Sat., Feb. 2 from 10am to 2pm, check in at 9:30am

Location: Sam Levy Fields

Includes: Clinic, Lunch, and T-shirt

Cost: $30

“Link to Sign Up”:


Our league sponsor, Dick’s Sporting Goods, is giving TGSL Families and Friends 20% off on in store purchases on Jan. 26-27, which is just in time for the start of the season. The offer is good at the following location:

Dick’s Sporting Goods
Del Amo Fashion Center
21800 Hawthorne Blvd. #301
Torrance, CA 90503

Download the attached flyer to get the discount. See you at the fields!

The document Torrance_Girls_Softball_January_Shop_Day_Event_Flyer_2019.pdf was attached to this post.


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Ohana Tigers and TGSL Affiliation

Posted by Torrance Girls Softball at Dec 5, 2018 11:04AM PST

TGSL & Ohana Affiliation (and Mission Statement)

It started as and will continue to be our mission to give TGSL & Ohana athletes the absolute highest quality of softball instruction as well as one of the best athlete performance training and programs offered anywhere for elite youth and prep sports in the South Bay. It is equally important that through the game of softball and its many nuances, we are able to help develop respectable citizens and young ladies who are also smart and confident on and off the field . . .

For more information, contact Ted Holloway at (310) 308-6441

The document Ohana_TGSL_affiliation.pdf was attached to this post.

As part of TGSL’s pledge to develop and nurture young softball players, we would like to share some outside resources designed to help create a positive softball environment. Please click on the link to the Health and Wellness Consortium Webpage ( for details: