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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

This area will be used to answer commonly asked questions.

 

 


 

 

Registration process & payments
1. How do I create a new parent/guardian account?
2. How do I add more children to my account?
3. My registration information has changed...how can I update my registration form?
4. I have submitted my registration when will I be contacted?
5. Why can't I pay by check?

Division, team, & player information
1. How are teams organized in ULLL?
2. What is a returning Majors player?
3. My child is a returning Majors player.  Why do we have to agree to bring him/her to tryouts?
 


Registration

 

 

1. How do I create a new parent/guardian account?
When you get to the log in screen, enter your Email account, leave the password blank, and click on Sign In.  You will receive an Email with a temporary password.  The first time you sign in with your temporary password, you will be prompted to change it.  You will then fill in the parent/guardian information form...items with a red asterik (*) are required fields.  After filling in the required information

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2. How do I add more children to my account?
You can register additional children by going to the Home page and starting the registration process again.  When you get to the page listing your account, click on the Add Child button and proceed as you did before.

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3. My registration information has changed...how can I update my registration form?
If you need to change any registration information, please send an Email to the stating your name and what changes are needed.

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4. I have submitted my registration when will I be contacted?
After registration is completed (2/1/12) we will begin forming teams and selecting managers during the month of February.  Players at the AA-Majors level (League Age 9-12) will be contacted to attend Skills Assessments in early March.  Drafting of players at all levels begins after Skills Assessments have been completed.  Once the draft has been completed, the managers will contact their players when practices begin...typically near the end of March.  NOTE:  Tball and Coach Pitch Managers will sometimes wait until early April to begin practices.

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5. Why can't I pay by check?
Before switching to the current system, we would receive hundreds of checks in a very short period of time.  This required that the treasurer check the post office box evry few, verify that the amount paid was correct, inform the player agent that payment had been received, and deposit the check.  In addition to this, the player agent would have to mark the registrant as paid in the registration system.  This all assumed that the check did not get misplaced or lost.  It was a very manual process and the parent/guardian did not have any idea if the check was received/processed until it showed in their bank records.

By switching to payment by credit cards, both the parent and ULLL receive an Email notification of payment when it is processed and it is recorded in the online registration system.  This reduces the possibility of lost/misplaced payments.

NOTE: Many bank debit cards can also be used as credit cards.  The money is withdrawn from your checking account the same as if you wrote a check.  Check with your bank if you are not sure.

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Division, team, & player information


1. How are teams organized in ULLL?
Teams are organized according to age and skill levels ranging from T-ball to Majors.  For more detail, please check our Team Structure page.

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2. What is a returning Majors player?
A returning Majors player is a child who played on a Majors team during the most recent spring season.  A child who played on a Majors team during the fall season, but not the previous spring season is not considered a returning Majors player.  A child who may have played on a Majors team during a prior spring season but not during the most recent spring season is not considered a returning Majors player. 

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3. My child is a returning Majors player.  Why do we have to agree to bring him/her to Skills Assessment (tryouts)?
The agreement is to avoid the possibility of returning Majors players not being available for tryouts.  Occasionally, the increase/decrease in the number of potential Majors players will require an increase/decrease in the number of Majors teams compared to the previous season.  When this occurs, all returning Majors players are returned to the draft pool and must attend tryouts.  If we do not need to redraft Majors teams the Player Agent will usually exempt the current Majors players from attending tryouts.

In the past, there were occassions when parents/guardians thought that their child did not have to attend tryouts since they were a returning Majors player and they planned out of town trips or family events during the weekend of Skills Assessment (tryouts).

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