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2018 Nov/Dec Dome Clinic 8U-16U Welcome!

Dust off those gloves! We are offering 6 weeks of off season training at the Rosemount Dome. These sessions will focus on skills that are specific for each age group from 8U to 16U  

This is a great opportunity to build and develop softball skills to get ready for spring tryouts and the 2019 spring/summer season. Come to see other players, EFP coaching staff, play some softball and have some fun!


November -  2, 9, 16, 30 

December  -  7, 14

Time:     5:30 pm - 7:00 pm on Friday's

Where:  Rosemount Irish Dome 
                  13901 S. Robert Trail

Clinic Fee:  $25

We cannot wait to see everyone there!  

Click here for more details and to REGISTER now

Registration Ends


Dome Volunteers Needed

For our dome season this winter, we are looking for 10 volunteers each session to assist with drills at the different age levels. Sign up for one or more sessions!  Everyone is welcome... we can use help in many areas.  

Thank you for helping make our program a success!

Open Gym for EFP Pitchers & Catchers

It's that time again for Open Gym!  

Please see the document below for our Sunday night schedule for all pitchers and catchers.  Please review the guidelines and bring your "Softie" ball for indoor use. 

Eagan Summer 2019 Community Softball (14s/16s)

Eagan Fastpitch is excited to offer opportunities for 16U (2002-2003 birth dates) and 14U (2004-2005 birth dates) teams for the summer of 2019. The purpose of community teams at 14U/16U is to provide all Eagan players a place to continue their softball careers. These teams will be formed as follows to conform to the rules of MN/USA softball, as well as Eagan Fastpitch past practices. Girls are to register at the appropriate age level based on birth year.

No monies are being collected at this time. 


  • All Eagan 16U players or players that have previously played for an Eagan team that register will have a spot on the 16U team. The team cap is 11 or 12 players.
  • If 11 players do not register at 16U, an open tryout will be advertised and held to complete that team with other 16U players. Every effort will be made to fill this team with other 16U players.
  • Coach interviews will be done as needed.


  • All Eagan 14U players that register will have an opportunity to tryout for a spot on the 14U team. The team cap is 11 or 12 players. If we do not get enough Eagan players registered, we will hold a tryout to fill any remaining roster spots by using players from associations that have extra players.
  • Coach interviews will be held as needed.
  • We will do our very best to ensure that all interested players get to play next spring.

Schedules vary for 14U and 16U teams, as will the level of play depending on outcome of rosters. Eagan community teams will compete in Tri-County during the summer of 2019. There will be available training on Friday nights at the Rosemount Dome from November through February.  Additional training or winter tournaments are a possibility. Those will be decided by teams and coaches when rosters are announced and the additional costs will be the responsibility of families. 

In addition to league play, qualifiers and the state tournament, Eagan community teams can play up to three tournaments, one of which may be the Down n' Dirty on Father's Day Weekend.

There is no out-of-state travel expected. Tournaments will be selected by coaches. NAFA Nationals or MOA Championships is an option at end of season with a qualified berth.

Registration link:

If you have additional questions, please contact me at
Jacki Stalboerger



Eagan Fastpitch Spiritwear is Here 

Please see the link below to order the latest Eagan Fastpitch apparel.

All orders can be shipped directly to your home or picked up at our vendor.  The vendor is located off Cliff and Highway 13 in Burnsville.  While the store will remain open year round, not all items will be available.  Once the majority of the orders have been placed and the extra inventory is sold, those items will be taken off the site and will be unavailable.  That being said, please order asap to ensure that you'll get what you want.  Several items are available in youth sizes but not all items had youth sizes as an option. 

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Thinking About Joining the EFP Board?

We are always seeking new EFP Board Members  

If you have any questions about how you can volunteer, please ask a Board Member today.  We would love to talk with you about how you can contribute your skills to the girls' program.

We are looking for both moms and dads to fill some positions.   Anyone can help and the program does not manage without our parents being involved.

We have many projects that you can assist us on, without committing to a board position.  If you have skills or would like to help us out, please reach out.  

No experience needed to join today! 

Minnesota Softball is looking for Umpires

Please see the news article on the Minnesota Softball site for prospective umpires wanting more information.

There is also an information link at the bottom of the article.

Minnesota Stars Club Teams

Did you know that EFP players can continue playing through 18U?  There are community travel teams as well as many club teams available to players from 14U through 18U.  

The Minnesota Stars club teams are based in Eagan and accepts players through a tryout process in early August each year.  Top players from all over the cities are invited to attend these age level tryouts in order to participate on club teams.  

Please keep the Minnesota Stars club teams in mind when you are looking for your next adventure!  

Minnesota Stars Club Team Info



Thanks for Visiting!

For more information on any of the EFP programs, please contact a Board Member.  

You can find their contact links HERE


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Eagan, MN 55121

(651) 789-9900


The Urgency Room in Eagan is focused on providing expert medical care for our patients and communities.  


The UR provides the same medical expertise and equipment found in a typical hospital ER at a speed that is much faster and more affordable. Patients with non-life threatening injuries/illnesses no longer need to drive to an ER when they need immediate care. Our board-certified emergency physicians and staff are available 365 days a year from 8am to 10pm.


Avoid the hassle and long waits of the ER and come to the UR.  The Urgency Room in Eagan is located off 35E & Lone Oak Road.


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Jr Twins Community Fund



The Junior Twins program provides youth baseball and softball organizations in the Upper Midwest with monetary grants and resources they need to promote their league and recruit new participants, as well as train coaches, purchase necessary equipment, and administer their league.


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If you wish to receive notification of cancellations prior to 4 p.m. on weekdays, please sign up through Subscription Options.  Select Parks & Recreation Updates and then select the box next to "Game & Field Status" in order to receive this notification.


ALL parents from the MN Stars, 8U Travel, 10U League Only and all Tournament Travel teams are required to volunteer about 9 hrs (2 Dib shifts per player) at either the Eagan Down 'N Dirty Tournament in June or the Northern National Tournament that we host in July.  This is our only form of fundraising for the entire program.  

The revenue from these tournaments helps to keep our program costs down. These funds help pay for items such as: fields, umpires, team equipment, player insurance, tournament entries & gate fees, player clinics, and winter dome time that all EFP players can utilize.  

A volunteer deposit of $250 is collected at tryouts. The check will only be cashed if your volunteer hours are not fulfilled by the end of the season.  You can choose to forfeit this deposit in lieu of working your volunteer hours.

This applies to all traveling members of our Spring/Summer Leagues. 


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