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PSSA Mission Statement

Pegasus Slowpitch Softball Association is a Dallas/Fort Worth based nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the promotion of quality amateur softball of all levels of play for persons of any race, creed, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or national origin, without prejudice, and with special emphasis placed on the participation of members of the LGBTQ+ community. The goal of the league is to provide a sports outlet for individuals as a means to meet like-minded people, improve their athletic abilities, promote good sportsmanship and organize and promote participation by its members in social, cultural and charitable activities as may serve our community. We are committed to continued growth of our league, not only in number, but also in striving to give back to our community. 

PSSA Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Statement

PSSA is committed to the principle of anti-racism and celebrates diversity as central to our mission. We disavow all forms of racism, xenophobia, transphobia, homophobia, sexism, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, classism, ableism, and hate speech or actions that attempt to silence, threaten, and degrade others. In all our efforts, we will work together to develop a community that promotes inclusive, collaborative, and respectful spaces. We will not only encourage and appreciate expressions of different ideas, opinions, beliefs, but also respect and consider what others say and their right to express themselves when their expression does not cause harm. Expressions or actions that disparage an individual’s race, ethnicity, nationality, culture, gender, gender identity/expression, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or socioeconomic status will not be tolerated in PSSA.

Dallas Observer Best of Dallas 2023

Pegasus Softball was voted Best Softball League in the Dallas Observer's Best of Dallas 2023 Awards! To see the article and catch up on the rest of the Best of Dallas visit

Fall Ball 2023 Updates

The board approved a re-imagined Fall season for PSSA. The goal is to bring more energy and competition to the season while still maintaining it as a place for new players to enter the league. So, with that in mind, we have approved the following changes to the Fall rules:

  1. Players may register as part of a team or as a Free Agent to be placed on a team.
  • You can form your own team, partially. 7-9 players may sign up as a team.
  • We will then host a draft party where Free Agents are randomly drafted onto existing teams.
  • Trades will be allowed in a limited fashion at the draft party to ensure a good experience for all participants.
  • The league reserves the ability to merge two pre-formed teams should the need arise.
  1. We will play in two divisions based on ratings
  • Upper Division - The 7-9 players you bring must have an average rating of 13 or below. Players rated below 11 do not count in the average. You may add one player rated 16 or above who does not impact the average.  Players with Q4 or Q5 as a Yes must play in the in the Upper Division.
  • Lower Division - The 7-9 players you bring must have an average rating of 9 or below. Players must be rated 10 or under.
  • Ratings used will be current 2023 ratings. If a player does not have a 2023 rating, they will use 2022 with a running question added. If they do not have a 2023 or 2022 rating and they are part of the 7-9 players, their coach will assign them a rating. If they are a Free Agent with no 2022 or 2023 rating, they will declare which division they should be. No protests will be allowed, but the Competition Coordinator may move a player up or down a division if a clear need exists.
  1. We will keep standings and give out awards.
  2. We will host a Playoff Tournament at the end of the season.
  3. Cost for the league (10-12 games plus the Playoff) will be $70 per player.
  4. PSSA will still provide shirts for each team for the Fall season.
  5. Pick a stick will be used.
  6. All players must be in the batting order (batting the bench is required) and all players must play in the field on defense for at least one inning a game.

Team registration will open on 7/15 and close on 8/15. Teams must list the 7-9 players they plan to include. Players registering for a team must register by 8/31. After 8/31, any registrants will be a Free Agent.

Rules are still being tweaked, but the currently approved rules can be found at this link.

Questions?  Please send an email to 

Patrick Gill

Recruitment Coordinator -

2023 Gay Softball World Series Results

 Congratulations to our 2023 Gay Softball World Series teams!

A Division (7 teams)

Woody's Texas Force - 5th Place

B Division (28 teams)

Flatline - 17th Place

Masters C Division (15 teams)

Hidden Door Master Blasters - 13th Place

C Division (50 teams)

Hidden Door Green Sox - 4th Place

JR's Devils - 17th Place

Dallas Rhinos - 33rd Place

D Division (64 teams)

Lava Demons - 9th Place

Dallas Vengeance - 25th Place

Hidden Door Texas Tea - 33rd Place

Woody's Crew - 49th Place

E Division (39 teams)

Hidden Door Thunder Kitties - 7th Place

Dallas Pride - 9th Place

Masters D Division (22 teams)

Dallas Diamond Divas - 4th Place

Titans Masters - 9th Place

2023 Dallas Voice Readers' Voice Awards!

PSSA has been voted Best Local LGBTQ+ Sports Organization in the 2023 Dallas Voice Readers Voice Awards! Thank you to all who voted! Let's continue to make PSSA a favorite place for all who enjoy the game of softball!

PSSA is proud to be partnering with KicKnDesigns this year for all your PSSA and Dallas Easter Classic merchandise. If you need jerseys, pants, shorts, team shirts, etc. check out what KicKnDesigns has to offer! Refresh your team's look with new custom sublimated right here in Dallas, Texas!

2023 Spring Pictures

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2022 Spring Pictures

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