League Leadership

Alderwood Little League's leadership is provided by the Board of Directors which meet regularly, see calendar for meeting dates. All members of the board are volunteers, dedicating their time to our program. Elections are held annually in early May.

Additional leadership is provided by coordinators for league events such as Raffle ticket sales, AlderWear, Mariner Day, Concessions, and many more. Each division of play is assigned a coordinator.

Get involved with our league, become an Adult Member of our league during player registration.

To view a list of our board, event coordinators and division coordinators, click here.

Volunteers are Parents

Alderwood Little League is run by all volunteers. It is the parents of the players who must all step up and take a role in running the league. Everyone is encouraged to volunteer in some capacity during the season in one of many roles. Some of the most common are: manager, coach, practice helper, umpire, team parent, concession stand, fundraiser coordinator, field maintenance, etc. Please offer your assistance and help us out. With everyone's dedication to the children, we will maintain a high quality youth program.

Alderwood Little League provides training for all of the volunteer positions. Coaches' clinics are open to all managers, coaches, and parents, and take place in early March. Managers and coaches are also encouraged to attend the players' clinics which occur in January and at the start of our Fall Ball program.

Team Volunteers

Alderwood Little League is 100% volunteer organization. The success of each team in our program relies on the volunteer efforts of every parent on the team. There are many roles to fill, and the support of each parent is necessary.


Team Managers and coaches are parent volunteers. Learn more about managers and coaches on our web pages: "Becoming a Manager"; "Resources & Training" and "Rules & Regulations." Team managers and coaches are required to have a league issued ID badge when participating with team activities.

Team umpires are parent volunteers. Training is provided for team umpires, click here for more information. For umpire questions, or to become a staff umpire, contact the Umpire in Chief.


Team Parent is a parent volunteer. The team parent will coordinate the volunteer efforts of the parents on their team. for league events and team activities. This includes coordinating the league's fundraising events for the team; scheduling volunteers for Concessions, Field crew, etc. and snack schedules. Details are provided at the Team Parent meeting held in mid-March each year.

AlderWear, Mariner Little League ticket sales, Raffle Ticket sales, and Photo Magnet sales are all coordinated for the team by a parent volunteer. Assist your team parent in coordinating one of these league events for your team. Details are provided at the Team Parent meeting held in mid-March each year.

Field Crew is parent volunteers. The Field crew will prep the field before each game and clean the field following the game, see league's Field Maintenance Manual on "how to.".

Concession Stand crew are parent volunteers. Our Concession stand provides funding for upgrades to our complex. Support of Concession Volunteers and your patronage benefit our league.

Staff Umpires

Our staff umpire crew are volunteers who donate their time to our league. Many no longer have sons or daughters playing in our program, but continue to support Alderwood Little League. Our staff umpires provide umpiring at our Major, Junior, Senior and Big League divisions of play. To become a staff umpire, contact our Umpire in Chief, Jim Coffelt.

On-Field Volunteers

On-Field Volunteers are adults whose volunteer duties have direct interaction with players, which includes Managers (Head Coach), Coaches, Practice Helpers, and Umpires.

To complete the application process and receive a Volunteer ID Badge, please follow these steps (or follow the more detailed step-by-step list here):

1. Apply to volunteer though Alderwood's Bonzi registration system. Login to your account by selecting "Member Login", then select "Register Now" and choose the appropriate group


3. Review the Concussion Information and Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness information and submit a signed acknowledgement form.

4. Complete a Returning Volunteer Form (if you were issued a Volunteer ID Badge in 2018) or New Volunteer Form and submit in person at a registration event or email to president@alderwoodll.com.

5. Provide copy of your driver's license (unless you submitted a copy as part of your player's address documentation) to president@alderwoodll.com.

6. Submit a photo for the ID Badge. New volunteers should send a head shot to president@alderwoodll.com. Returning volunteers should have one on file.

We encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible, to allow to adequate time to process the application and print the ID Badge. Applications received after March 31, 2019, will be processed on a case-by-case basis only.

Off-Field Volunteers

Off-Field Volunteers are adults who assist as Team Parents, Field Maintenance, or Concession Stand volunteers and will not have direct supervision of players. Off-Field Volunteers must complete an Off-Field Volunteer application. A volunteer ID badge will not be required, and will not be issued to Off-Field Volunteers.