Girl’s fast pitch Softball Organization
Pittsburgh Power Softball is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting excellence in girl’s fast pitch softball. Our focus is on helping our players develop skills while building confidence, self-esteem, mental discipline, leadership and personal strength that will allow them to play competitively at their highest level.
The Power Organization strives to teach the value of success on and off the field through the spirit of sportsmanship, hard work, determination, and dedication through the game of softball.
Power has two training facilities, one indoor and one outdoor. The indoor facility (a.k.a. the Power Building) is large enough for a single team practice with three 40 ft cages and an open area for soft toss and tee work. The outdoor facility is located about 2 miles south of downtown Zelienople. The outdoor facility has two full size fields and two batting cages.
The Power Building (a.k.a Powerhouse) is located in Warrendale, PA. 375 Northgate Dr., Warrendale, PA 15086. When you get to the building, the entrance is around the back of the building at the ground floor. Parking is at ground floor level.
The Power Fields are located in Zelienople, PA. 129 Tollgate School Rd, Zelienople, PA 16063
From Zelienople business district, head south on Route 19 approximately 1 mile. Immediately after passing bowling alley on your left, turn left onto Tollgate School Road. Fields are on your left.
From I-79 NB, take Exit 83 (Evans City). Turn left at end of ramp onto Route 528. Go approximately 1/4 mile to T intersection with Route 19. Turn right onto Route 19 North. Go approximately 1 mile. After passing below an overpass, look for Tollgate School Road approximately 500 yards past overpass, and turn right. Fields are on your left.
Parking: You can park in the grass above right field on Field 1 or in the empty parking lots off of Rt. 19.
Power has some of the lowest player fees in Western PA. Our fees to play are $1,200 per player (for the Aug 2020-Jul 2021 season). This includes indoor/outdoor facility use, uniforms, bat bags, team equipment, insurance and a team budget for both fall and summer tournaments.