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All American Sports Academy Teams EST. 2005

 Established in 2005, All American Sports Academy Teams is one of the largest travel softball organizations based in Northern California.  Growing from one team under the tutelage of Bryan Merrida to nineteen teams, AASA has been the home for thousands of talented softball players. Our outstanding alumni include two current Team USA players, Ali Aguilar and Bubba Nickles. 

Over the past 15 years, AASA Teams have produced numerous top finishes at prestigious events.  Ranging from the Colorado IDT, PGF Nationals, USA/ASA Nationals, and many more. Teams representing All American Sports Academy typically find themselves competing against the top teams in the country.  This reputation helps our teams find themselves playing on some of the best fields in some of the best tournaments across the country.

Our goal at AASA Teams is to continue to see our teams playing and winning at the highest levels of competition.  Coupled with a strong training program we have seen hundreds of athletes earn college scholarships. Over the past 15 years we have had athletes attend Power Conference programs in the Pac 12, SEC and the Big 12 along with the Ivy League, WAC, and West Coast Conference just to name a few. CLICK HERE to see the entire alumni list.  It is our belief that with good coaching, solid training and the reputation that comes with wearing the red, white and blue of AASA, our teams will continue to allow players to chase their dreams of playing at the collegiate level.


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AASA Alum Lyndsey Burrow in the battle for her life

By Erin Capps 12/08/2020, 11:30am PST

On November 12, 2020 at approximately 4:30PM, Lyndsey Burrow was involved in a tragic automobile accident.  A delivery truck driver driving an 18-wheeler abruptly turned in front of her, cutting her off.  She sustained multiple injuries, including a lacerated colon, broken jaw and broken pelvis.  The most severe of her injuries was to her head.  Lyndsey suffered a traumatic brain injury and has been unconscious since the accident occurred.  She is being cared for by the hospital staff at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

The entire AASA family is pulling for Lyndsey and her long road to recovery.  See the links below for more information on how you can directly support the Burrow family. 

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AASA Teams Alumni make 2020 Olympic Team

By Erin Capps 11/02/2020, 11:00am PST

Congratulations to AASA Merrida alumni Ali Aguilar and Bubba Nickles, they are TOKYO bound in 2021!

https://www.teamusa.org/usa-softball/team-usa/2020-olympic-team

Becca Mueller joins Cal coaching staff!

By Erin Capps 11/02/2020, 11:00am PST

AASA Merrida alumni Becca Mueller lands Assistant Coach position at Cal!

https://calbears.com/news/2020/7/13/softball-spencer-names-rebecca-mueller-assistant-coach.aspx


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