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Welcome to the online home of Burnsville Athletic Club (BAC). BAC uses this website for all communication with its coaches, parents and players during the season.  
BAC is located in Burnsville, Minnesota. For more information about our association, please visit the “About Us” page.

To find our Monthly Newsletter, please visit the "Documents" page.

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Blaze Football 2019
2019 BAC FOOTBALL Registration Is Open! BAC offers Flag...
2019 Midwest Invitational Slowpitch Softball Tournament
  2019 Midwest Invitational    Girls’...
Learn to Prevent & Recognize Concussions
  The BAC has implemented a new background check and concussion...
Blaze Football 2019



Registration Is Open!

BAC offers Flag Football for grades 1st-4th

Tackle Football for grades 3rd-8th

Click the Football Tab for more information or

Contact the BAC Football Commissioner Mike Hunter.

In-Person Registration on June 29th from 10am-12pm at Burnsville City Hall



by posted 05/31/2019
2019 Midwest Invitational Slowpitch Softball Tournament


2019 Midwest Invitational


 Girls’ Slowpitch Softball Tournament 

10U, 12U, 14U, 16U, 19U 


Saturday & Sunday 

July 13th & 14th 


Presented by: 

BAC Girls Slowpitch Softball 


Lac Lavon Fields in Burnsville, MN 

$150 Tournament Fee, $75 Gate Fee per team 

(Unlimited admissions for the tournament) 


4 Games Guaranteed 

2 Pool Games into Double Elimination Bracket 


Register your team before July 1st and receive a $25 discount! 

( Clich Here For Registration Form )


For more information 

Visit BAC Girls Slowpitch Website: www.bacsports.org 

Contact: Kevin Deutsch at 612-865-2815 or by email at k.deutsch@mchsi.com 

Out of State ASA Sanctioned Teams - we will pay the USSSA sanction fee for your team. 

Alert us at time of registration 


Sanctioned by:  USSSA




2019 BAC Girls Slowpitch Softball

Registrations Open 

2019 BAC Girls Slowpitch Softball season !
Visit:  bacsports.org and click on the orange "Register Now" button on the main webpage or follow this link:  www.bacsports.org

Players in grades Kindergarten—12 grade are eligible to play. For more information please visit bacsports.org and look for the web page tab Softball and then BAC Girls Slowpitch Softball   or follow this link: http://bacsports.org/Page.asp?n=143496&org=EXCH.BACSPORTS.ORG


NEW For 2019 BAC Girls Slowpitch Softball Season
• NEW reduced registration fee for Mites division (K—2nd grade)  $45 !
 New uniforms: Softball pants for all players in Intermediate and Senior divisions

Travel Tournament Team opportunities for players ages 10u through 19u. Players can play an additional 4-5 tournament season at a higher competitive level against other regional travel tournament teams and through the Midwest! Tryouts will be April 7th, 4-7pm, Savage Sports Dome. 


BAC Girls Slowpitch Softball Winter Clinics 

are currently every Sunday through March 17 , 4-6pm located at the Savage Sports Dome. Clinics are open to girls Kindergarten through 12 grade. New players are welcomed and encouraged to attend the 2019 Winter Softball clinics. These clinics are led by our BAC Girls Slowpitch Softball coaches from every division.  For more information visit: bacsports.org under Softball tab, then Slowpitch Softball or follow this link: http://bacsports.org/Page.asp?n=143496&org=EXCH.BACSPORTS.ORG



by posted 01/24/2019
Learn to Prevent & Recognize Concussions
The BAC has implemented a new background check and concussion certification process for all coaches and directors.  As it relates to the background check policy and process, please review the information at https://www.trustedcoaches.org/about/policies/ for more details. 

The state of Minnesota has mandated that organizations, like the BAC, certify all coaches and officials. Get certified or notify BAC of your certification: Concussion Proof of Certification

A concussion is a brain injury caused by a bump or blow to the head that can change the way your brain normally works. Even what seems to be a mild bump or blow to the head can be serious.

To help ensure the health and safety of young athletes, CDC developed the Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports initiative to offer information about concussions—a type of traumatic brain injury—to coaches, parents, and athletes involved in youth sports. The "Heads Up" initiative provides important information on preventing, recognizing, and responding to a concussion.

by posted 10/21/2016
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