Elections for the new Executive Board will be held in Fall of each year at the General Meeting. If you are interested in serving on the Executive Board as either President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Safety Officer, or Player Agent, please send notice of your interest to the NSLL Secretary.

Include the reasons why you would like to serve and what you think you will bring to the Board.

Current board members interested in filling another term on the Board need to put their interest in writing as well.

Anyone is welcome to nominate someone else and you are asked to put two reasons why you think that person would make a positive contribution in that position. Those nominated will be contacted prior to the General Meeting where voting will take place to verify their interest.


Officers/Executive Board

President Erin Peistrup
Vice President, Baseball Chris Grothkopp
Vice President, Softball Nicole Dwinell
Secretary Jenni McKnight
Treasurer Lafe Hermansen
Player Agent, Baseball Bill Peters
Safety Officer Ryan Erickson
Schedule Officer OPEN!!!
Umpire in Chief David Lee
Equipment Manager Randy Whitehill
Procurement Chair Katie Hall
Fundraising Chair OPEN!!!
Softball Coordinator Eddie Marks

League Coordinators

Baseball AAA Coordinator
Bill Peters
Baseball AA Coordinator
Softball Coordinator
Softball Associate
Nicole Dwinell
Softball Fields
Nicole Dwinell
Softball Schedules
Nicole Dwinell
Fields (Schools)
Chris Grothkopp
Fields (NAF/Bothell)
Chris Grothkopp
Fundraising Erin Peistrup
Info/Publicity Erin Peistrup
Interleague Rep
Tom Meyer / Nicole Dwinell
Jamboree Coordinator
Erin Peistrup
Jamboree Prize Acquisitions
Erin Peistrup
Jr/Sr Coordinator, Baseball
Majors/Minors Coordinator, Baseball Tony Powter
Husky/Mariner Day Coordinator OPEN
Manager Rep
NAF Board Rep
Ted Sendejas
Picture Coordinator
Erin Peistrup
Player Agent Associate OPEN
Registrar Bill Peters
Schedules (Games)
Chris Grothkopp
Schedules (Practice)
Chris Grothkopp
Sponsorship Coordinator
Katie Hall / Ellie Whitehill
T-Ball Coordinator
Tournament Coordinator
Umpire in Chief
David Lee
Umpire in Chief Assistant
Umpire Scheduler
Uniforms Baseball
Katie Hall
Uniforms Softball
Nicole Dwinell
Volunteer Forms Coordinator
Ryan Erickson
Doug Kramer


Election of Board Members

The board of directors are elected annually at the October board meeting, except for the President, who is elected to a two year term. The required officers are: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Player Agent and Safety Officer. If a league also operates a Senior League, and/or Big League, a Vice President or other personnel should be designated to supervise, as is the case for those leagues operating Little League, Senior League or Big League Softball programs.

Board of Directors

The management of the property and affairs of the local league shall be vested in the board of directors. The directors shall, upon election, immediately enter upon the performance of their duties and shall continue in office until their successors shall have been duly elected and qualified.

The board membership shall include the officers, including Player Agent, and a minimum of one manager and one volunteer umpire. (Only volunteer umpires may be elected to the board.) The number of managers and coaches including Minor League representation elected to the board shall not exceed a minority of the total board members. Every board member should have a copy of the Operating Manual for reference to proper operating procedures and policies.

The board of directors shall have the power to appoint such standing and special committees as it shall determine by the constitution and to delegate such powers to them as the board shall deem advisable and which it may properly delegate.

The board may adopt such rule and regulations for the conduct of its meetings and the management of the league as it may deem proper.

The board shall have the power by a two-thirds vote of those present at any regular or special meeting to discipline, suspend or remove any director or officer or committee member of the league, subject to provisions of the constitution.


Presides at league meetings, and assumes full responsibility for the operation of the local league. The President receives all mail, supplies and other communications from the Little League Headquarters. The President must see to it that league personnel is properly briefed on all phases of rules, regulations, and policies of Little League Baseball. The league President is the contact between the local organization and Little League Headquarters.

Vice President

Presides in the absence of the President; works with other officers and committee members; is ex-officio member of all committees and carries out duties and assignments as may be delegated by the President.


Maintains a register of members and directors; records the minutes of the meetings; is responsible for sending out notice of meetings, issues membership cards and maintains a record of league's activities.


Signs checks co-signed by another officer or director; dispenses league funds as approved by the board of directors; reports on the status of league funds; keeps local league books and financial records; prepares budgets and assumes the responsibility for all local league finances.

Player Agent

Conduct annual tryouts, and is in charge of player selection, assists President in checking birth records and eligibility of players; serves as a member of the board of directors of the local league and generally supervises and coordinates the transfer of players to or from the Minor Leagues according to provisions of the regulations of Little League Baseball.

Safety Officer

Coordinates all safety activities; ensures safety in player training; ensures safe playing conditions; coordinates reporting and prevention of injuries; solicits suggestions for making conditions safer, and reports suggestions to Little League Headquarters through the league President.


Baseball and Softball Northshore Little League Seasons do not just happen. It requires many hours by very hard working, dedicated volunteers to make it happen. This is where you come in and your help is very much needed. It is a great way to get involved with your children and community, meet new friends and have fun all at the same time. Don't be afraid to get involved as any help is appreciated and welcomed. We ask that each person volunteer his or her time to make the season successful.

Board of Directors

There are several positions still open at this time including many softball and hardball positions. There are many activities which the Board can use your help for. This is a great way to have an impact on the League's direction and vision. Take a look at the list of positions and let us know if you are interested.


There is a desperate need for umpires at all levels both in Boy's Hardball and Girl's Softball. All umpires are volunteer. If your child played last year without a uniformed umpire it was because there were none available. This is where the league needs you to volunteer the most. We will provide certified training to anyone interested (But you don't have to be certified to Umpire).


We offer Little League approved training to help you get started. Sign-up early so we can be ready for the start of the season.


The more coaches each team has the more the kids can learn. A great way to learn the ropes to become a Manager.

Girl's Softball

This program is trying hard to grow and provide quality competition for the girls in our community. To improve this program for your children we need a lot of help in many areas including player agents, level coordinators, managers, coaches and umpires. Now is the time to step up and volunteer to make this a program to be proud of.

Team Parents / Volunteers

Managers and Coaches provide hundreds of hours teaching baseball to your children. Without help at the team level your child's manager and coaches will be overwhelmed trying to make everything happen. Team help needed includes Umpires, field preparation, candy, uniforms, pictures, trophies, team party, treat list, score keeper and Mariners Day.

Role Of The Little League Parent

The parents of millions of Little Leaguers, combined with their youngsters, league officials, umpires, managers, coaches and countless volunteers including sponsors, represent an imposing cross section of the nation. Parents should accept the fact that they must shoulder the responsibility and take initiative to make the local program successful. Little League is not a club in which membership implies baby-sitting benefits and entertainment privileges. Practically speaking, Little League is an adult, volunteer work project constructed, supervised and assisted by volunteer parents who desire to make its benefits extend to all children. Each parent should join in the total effort. There is a place and a job for all to do. The burden of operating a league should not fall on a few. The parent who shirks this responsibility cannot in turn, expect others to assume the responsibility.

Published by Little League Baseball, 1992

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